A quartet of notes from Nigeria, all
printed on polymer plastic. It comprises
the 5,10, 20 and 50 naira dated 2007 to
2009 (P32-5) The fronts feature portraits of
prominent citizens whilst the backs feature
traditional dancers, women carrying pots,
fishermen preparing fish and a woman at a
potter’s wheel. Crisp Uncirculated.
Greece has finally
come to an
agreement on the
name the former
of Macedonia will
adopt in the future.
The new name will
offer a trio of notes
Macedonia which includes
two new polymer notes. The
set comprises the polymer 10
and 50 denars (reduced in
size from the paper issues
they replaced) and the paper
100 denar. Illustrations
included a peacock mosaic,
an angel, a decorated ceiling
decoration, an ancient coin, a
marble statue and a view of
the city through a frame.
Charming North Macedonia
with two of its first polymer
A lovely quartet of notes issued by Nicaragua and all printed on polymer plastic. Included in the set
are the 10, 20, 50 and 100 cordobas values – The fronts all feature local landmarks such as the
Salvador Allende Port in Managua, a church, the Handicrafts Market and Granada Cathedral. The
backs are delightful with vignettes of dancers and a horse and buggy. Uncirculated.
ACrisp Uncirculated quartet of high value notes from Mozambique dated between 1993 and 2003.
(P138-9 & P141-142) Included are examples of the 50,000, 100,000, 200,000 and 500,000 meticais.
The Bank of Mozambique building is on the fronts. Illustrations on the back include the barrage
of the Cabora Bassa Hydroelectric dam, Dancing warriors and Steelworkers. Current catalogue is a
whopping US$100 but this set is available to our collectors at just £14.50.