South Sudan trio, 1, 5 & 10 Pounds (P5-7). UNC

Set of three denominations from the newly formed South Sudan.
Availability: In stock
SKU: WSU1009
£9.25

July 2011 was a momentous date for the people of South Sudan. It was the month that South Sudan achieved independence It was recognised by the United Nations as an independent state and became part of the African Union.
With a new country, comes a new set of banknotes but these proved to be very shortlived as well as being very difficult to source.
We were delighted therefore to find a dealer friend with three different South Sudan notes in Crisp Uncirculated so we can now offer sets of the 1, 5 and 10 South Sudanese Pounds (P5-7).

A portrait of the rebel leader Dr John Garang de Mabior is on the front. A herd of giraffe is on the back of the One Pound, a herd of long horned cattle on the back of the Five Pounds and a pair of wildebeest on the
back of the Ten Pounds. A great set missing from many world collections.

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