Namibia 30 Dollars 2020 30th Ann Polymer Unc

Celebrating 30 years of Independence, this special 30 dollar note dated 2020 is Namibia’s first-ever polymer issue (P-New). The front shows the three peacetime Presidents Nujoma, Pohamba, and Geingob, while the back and clear security window show images of the native Black Rhino. Uncirculated.
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