Mozambique High Value Quartet 50,000- 500,000 Meticais Unc

ACrisp Uncirculated quartet of high value notes from Mozambique dated between 1993 and 2003. (P138-9 & P141-142) Included are examples of the 50,000, 100,000, 200,000 and 500,000 meticais. The Bank of Mozambique building is on the fronts. Illustrations on the back include the barrage of the Cabora Bassa Hydroelectric dam, Dancing warriors and Steelworkers. Current catalogue is a whopping US$100 but this set is available to our collectors at just £14.50.
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SKU: WMO3985
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