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Dive into the rich economic history of Brazil with the pristine 5000 Cruzeiros banknote, designated as P-232, now available in Uncirculated (UNC) condition. This remarkable banknote offers a window into Brazil's monetary evolution, making it a prized addition to any collection.

On the obverse side of the banknote, you'll encounter a striking portrait of Manuel Deodoro da Fonseca, Brazil's first president following the establishment of the republic in 1889. His image serves as a testament to Brazil's transition to a democratic state and its journey toward independence and sovereignty.

Flipping to the reverse side, you'll discover a captivating depiction of the Brazilian flag unfurling majestically against the backdrop of Brasília, the visionary capital city designed by architect Oscar Niemeyer. This imagery celebrates Brazil's national identity and its aspirations for progress and unity.

Crafted with precision and printed on high-quality paper, this UNC banknote guarantees authenticity and integrity. Whether you're a seasoned collector or an admirer of Brazilian culture, the 5000 Cruzeiros banknote provides a unique opportunity to connect with Brazil's vibrant past and promising future.

Don't miss out on the chance to own a piece of Brazilian history – order now and enrich your collection with this exquisite banknote!

Brazil, 5000 (5,000) cruzeiros, ND (1990), P-232, UNC Banknote World Paper Money

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