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Malta 10 Liri 1989

Item Code: MT-43

Front: Melita holding a rudder, symbolising Malta in control of her own destiny. Three doves symbolising peace. United Nations Emblem. Coat of arms of the Central Bank of Malta. Mosaic designs from the period of Roman presence in Malta. Back: Sette Giugno Monument in Valletta. A national assembly meeting held on the 7th June 1919, the day when four Maltese citizens were killed (aquarell by artist Gianni Vella). Watermark: Allegorical turreted head of Melita (Malta). Dominant colour: Light green. Artist: Unknown. Signature: (Nº9) Anthony P. Galdes (Governor - Gvernatur, June 1987 – May 1993). Issuer: Central Bank of Malta. Date of Issue: 18 September 1989. Withdrawn: 31 January 2008. Lapse: 31 January 2018. Material: Cotton paper. Printing method: Intaglio. Printer: Thomas De La Rue and Company Limited, London, England (TDLR).

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Dimensions: 153 x 72 mm

Texts: Bank Centrali Ta' Malta. Din il-karta tal-flus hija valuta legali ghal. Ghaxar Liri. Ten Liri. Fiducia Fortis 1968. f'Malta u mahruga bl-awtorità ta' l-Att ta' l-1967 tal-Bank Centrali ta' Malta. 7 ta' Gunju 1919. Feruti fis-7 ta' Gunju 1919 mehuda fil-'Giovine Malta' waqt laqgha ta' l-Assemblea Nazzjonali (Akkwarell ta' Gianni Vella). Lm10.

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