St. Thomas & Prince 5000-50,000 Dobras P65-8 (uncirculated)

I had the good fortune to visit the island nation of St Thomas and Prince and while there saw much of the exotic bird life for which it is well known. It lies off the West coast of Africa. This set of four crisp, uncirculated banknotes shows how delightful the bird life of St. Thomas and Prince really is. The values range from the 5000 to the 50,000 dobras. (P65-8) St. Thomas & Prince has just gone polymer, so these are the last of the paper issues and as time goes by will be more and more difficult to source. Brighten up your albums with this lovely quartet for just £14.50.
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SKU: WSA3311
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