France 500 Francs 1994-5 P160 Pierre & Marie Curie VF

France abandoned its own currency when it joined the Eurozone in 2002. The last 500 francs to be issued featured portraits of Pierre and Marie Curie, famous for their work on radium, and between them recipients of several Nobel Prizes (P160) Dated 1994-5, the front has their conjoined portrait and a laboratory scene is on the back. A thick silver segmented security thread is also prominent. We can offer this impressive note in several grades VF and Unc Limited availability.
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SKU: WFR0427
£16.50

France 500 francs 1994-5 P160 Green. Pierre and Marie Curie/ Laboratory equipment Crisp VF/GVF

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