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Tanzania 1000 Shillings (2000) (Ser#vary) (circulated) Fine

Tanzania 1000 Shillings (2000) (Ser#vary) (circulated) Fine
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1000 Shilingi (2000) (Obverse: Effigy of President Julius Kambarage Nyerere (1922–1999). Coat of arms depicting male and female holding elephant tusks. African elephant with a baby. Ornamental guilloche pattern, lathework and lintels throughout the banknote. Reverse: Industrial buildings thought to belong to Kiwira Coal Mine in Songwe region. Old carved teak doors to People's Bank of Zanzibar (PBZ) in Stone Town. Clove plant (Syzygium aromaticum). Watermark: Head of a giraffe. Security features: Consecutively running black horizontal and red vertical serial numbers on the obverse of the banknote. Solid, fully embedded, vertical 1 mm wide security tread with demetalized name of the central bank on it. Coloured filament fibers (hairs), the denomination '1000' hi-lite block and the vertical serial number fluoresce when exposed to an ultraviolet light. Tactile feature: Four vertically positioned rectangular shapes on the right hand side of the giraffe's head. Main colours: Green, red-orange and dark brown. Signature: Daniel N. Yona (Minister for Finance – Waziri wa Fedha, 1997–2000); Dr. Daudi T.S. Ballali (Governor – Gavana, January 1998 – January 2008). Date of issue: Circa 2000. Material: Cotton fibre paper. Issuer: Bank of Tanzania. Printing method: Intaglio. Printer: Giesecke and Devrient, Germany) (Serial # varies) (circulated) Fine

Dimensions: 141 x 70 mm


Catalogue Number: P-34

Grade/condition: Fine (F) (circulated, used)