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Tunisia 5 Dinars 2008

Item Code: TN-92

Front: Hannibal Barca - the Carthaginian army general and statesman (247-183 B.C.). Phoenician (Punic) military port, Port Punique in Carthage. Back: Sailing ships. The large "7" represents the coup d'etat of 7 November 1987, introduction of Tunisian style Democracy and State of Rights and "National Reconciliation". Drawings of history, art and economy of Tunisia. Watermark: Profile portrait of Hannibal, electrotype 5 and cornerstones. Signatures: Taoufik Baccar (Governor); Hedi Zar (Vice-Governor). Withdrawn from circulation: 1 January 2015. Redemption period: until 31 December 2019. Printer: Thomas De La Rue & Company, Ltd.
 

 
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Dimensions: 138 x 70 mm
 

Texts: Banque Centrale de Tunisie. Central Bank of Tunisia. Cinq Dinars. Five Dinars. 7 Novembre 1987.

 
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