Nepal Set 5-1000 Rupees 2019-20 (7 Values) Unc

A complete denomination set from Nepal, a nation set in the shadow of the great Himalaya mountain range. Nepal abandoned its monarchy in 2008 replacing the King’s portrait on its banknotes with a view of Mount Everest. Our set comprises 7 values including the 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 rupees (P76& P-New/B287-93) The backs reference the wildlife found in Nepal including yaks, deer, snow leopard, rhino, tiger and elephants. A charming set in Crisp Uncirculated. Limited availability
Availability: In stock
SKU: WNE0560
£49.50
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