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Added on: 14-Jul-2022

OBVERSE

Obverse:  Stylized sawfish which is a reproduction of the bronze figurine which was formerly used to weigh the gold powder among Akan people. It symbolises prosperity and fruitfulness in African mythologies. Health and Education in West Africa: Terrestrial geographical globe, books, chalk writing board, red cross, pharmacy symbol of a snake coiled around a cup, a.k.a. Caduceus medical symbol or a bowl of Hygeia with the serpent of Epidaurus.
Reverse:  Two Dromedary camels (Camelus dromedarius) in a desert of Sahel region. Banknote

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Banknote from West African States

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Description:
Obverse: Stylized sawfish which is a reproduction of the bronze figurine which was formerly used to weigh the gold powder among Akan people. It symbolises prosperity and fruitfulness in African mythologies. Health and Education in West Africa: Terrestrial geographical globe, books, chalk writing board, red cross, pharmacy symbol of a snake coiled around a cup, a.k.a. Caduceus medical symbol or a bowl of Hygeia with the serpent of Epidaurus. Reverse: Two Dromedary camels (Camelus dromedarius) in a desert of Sahel region.

Africa

West African States

P-715Ka B121Kb

UNC (Uncirculated)

2003

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