TT PK 13e ND (1970-84) MALI 1000 FRANCS PMG 68 EPQ SUPERB GEM UNCIRCULATED! ND (1970-74) 1000 Francs from Mali.
Pick number 13e and serial number K. Graded 68 EPQ (Exceptional Paper Quality) Superb Gem Uncirculated by PMG and only one graded finer according to PMG Population Report!Perfect margins and bold color adds to the lovely large size banknote. Serial number displaying on the front of the note.
With title underneath top margin: BANQUE CENTRALE DU MALI. Lovely combination of colors very eye appealing.Brownish black, purple and multicolored. Building at left, older man at right. Carvings at left, mountain village at center on back.
Banknotes dated 22 SEPTEMBRE 1960 were issued by the Banque de la République du Mali (Bank of the Republic of Mali) in 1962 in denominations of 50, 100, 500, 1000 and 5000 francs. A second issue with new designs were issued in 1967 in the same denominations as the previous series. Following Modibo Keita's overthrow on 19 November 1968, the Banque Centrale du Mali (Central Bank of Mali) was established, and took over note production with the 1971 introduction of a third series of 100, 500, 1000, 5000 and 10,000 francs notes. It's the early bird who catches this worm and those who invest and acquire the highest grades that they can afford will benefit better then any other rarity that we are aware of!!! Please always look at our Auctions as we will continue to bring you the finest material the World has to offer at today's severely under valued prices.
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