Zaire 5 Zaires 1977 P21b Unc

Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of Congo), started issuing its own banknotes in 1971 when the country changed its name from the Belgian Congo. From this first issue we are delighted to offer Uncirculated examples of the 5 zaires dated 1977 (P22) They are fairly large with a portrait of President Mobutu is in civilian clothes shown on the front. A carving of a seated woman and the barrage of the Inga Hydroelectric dam on the Congo River appear on the back. Uncirculated at £4.25
Availability: In stock
SKU: WZA0095
£4.25
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