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Introducing the Biafra (Nigeria) 1 Pound banknote from 1967, now available in circulated condition.

This banknote features a unique design showcasing the culture and history of Biafra, a short-lived secessionist state in southeastern Nigeria that existed from 1967 to 1970. The front of the note features a portrait of C. Odumegwu Ojukwu, the leader of Biafra's struggle for independence. The back of the note displays a palm tree, which is a symbol of peace and prosperity in the region.

This particular banknote has been circulated, meaning it has been used in commerce and may show signs of wear and tear. However, this only adds to the note's historical significance and tells the story of its use during the tumultuous period of Biafra's secession from Nigeria.

Despite its circulation, the banknote is still in relatively good condition and the design is easily recognizable. It is a unique and valuable addition to any collection of African banknotes or historical artifacts.

Overall, the Biafra (Nigeria) 1 Pound banknote from 1967 is a must-have for anyone interested in African history or currency collecting. Don't miss your chance to own a piece of this rare and fascinating period in Nigerian history.

Biafra (Nigeria) 1 Pound, 1967 P-2 Palm Tree Banknote Circulated

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