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This 1952 Sweden 5 Krona banknote, designated with the catalog number P# 33, is a stunning and pristine piece of Swedish currency. Featuring a portrait of the famous Swedish botanist Carl von Linne on the front, this note is a tribute to one of Sweden's most important historical figures. The back of the note depicts a scene of the Royal Palace in Stockholm, the capital city of Sweden.

Measuring approximately 135 x 68 mm, this note has a beautiful and colorful design with intricate details throughout. The note is in uncirculated condition, meaning it has never been used and has no signs of wear or damage. It has sharp corners, vibrant colors, and no folds or creases, making it a rare and highly collectible piece of Swedish currency.

Whether you're a collector of rare banknotes or simply looking for an interesting piece of Swedish history, this 1952 Sweden 5 Krona banknote is sure to impress. With its striking design and exceptional condition, it is a true treasure that is both beautiful and valuable. Don't miss your chance to add this unique piece of Swedish currency to your collection today.

1952 Sweden 5 Krona P# 33 Uncirculated

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