KBA Giori Promotional Note Cash Cycle Caterpillar/Butterfly Unc

It is common practice for those involved in banknote printing to produce banknotes that show off their work. These are known as Promotional notes and are now being collected in their own right. They quite often have stunning designs and this one from the Swiss firm of KBA Giori is no exception. The front of this dazzling green piece shows a chrysalis on a plant. The back depicts a butterfly having emerged from the chrysalis. One of these Promotional notes will brighten up any album.
Availability: In stock
SKU: BTS3815
£10.50
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