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Item specifics

Seller Notes:
“1 Pcs, Uncirculated”
Modified Item:
No
Country/Region of Manufacture:
Jordan
Certification:
Uncertified
Banknote Size ( H x L ):
62 mm x 132 mm
Number of Banknote(s):
1
Country:
Jordan
Prefix:
Varies
Grade:
Ungraded
Serial Number:
Varies from stock photo
Type:
Banknotes
Image:
Stock Photo
Year:
1993
Circulated/Uncirculated:
Uncirculated

Jordan 1/2 Dinar, 1993 P-23b King Hussein Unc

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Avishai Cohen / Owl on a Branch Silicone Mold Diy Chocolate, Candy, Resin, Clay,

Big Vicious

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- Thom Jurek

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