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MD-1   50 Coupon 1992 (Arms; castle)   [Obverse & Reverse]
MD-2   200 Coupon 1992 (Arms; castle)   [Obverse & Reverse]
MD-3   1000 Coupon 1993 (Arms; castle)   [Picture & Info]
MD-4   5000 Coupon 1993 (Arms; castle)   [Obverse & Reverse]
MD-5   1 Leu 1992 (King Stefan; Soroca Fortress)   [Obverse & Reverse]
MD-6   5 Lei 1992 (King Stefan; Soroca Fortress)   [Obverse & Reverse]
MD-7   10 Lei 1992 (King Stefan; Soroca Fortress)   [Obverse & Reverse]
MD-8   1 Leu 1994-2010 (King Stefan; Capriana Monastery)   [Picture & Info]
MD-9   5 Lei 1995 (King Stefan; St.Dumitru Basilica in Orhei)   [Picture & Info]
MD-10   10 Lei 1995 (King Stefan; Hirjauca Monastery)   [Picture & Info]
MD-13   20 Lei 1997 (King Stefan; Soroca Fortress)   [Picture & Info]
MD-14   50 Lei 1992 (King Stefan; Hirbovet Monastery)   [Picture & Info]
MD-15   100 Lei 1992 (King Stefan; Tighina Fortress)   [Obverse & Reverse]
MD-16   200 Lei 1992 (King Stefan; Chisinau City Hall)   [Obverse & Reverse]
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