De La Rue Giori Promotional Leonardo Da Vinci Banknote

It has long been the practice of Security Printers to use the banknote format to advertise their skills. This Promotional note, printed by Security Printers De La Rue Giori, features a portrait of Leonardo da Vinci on the front. Other illustrations include Leonardo’s diagram for a helicopter, a pair of dividers and the head of a Madonna on the back. Also featured are examples of a holographic silver seal. An impressive Promotional Note in Crisp Uncirculated condition.
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