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Introducing the Fiji 10 Dollars banknote from 2002, designated as P-106, now available in Uncirculated (UNC) condition. This banknote is a remarkable representation of Fiji's cultural and economic significance, featuring notable elements that reflect the nation's heritage.

On the obverse side of the banknote, you'll discover a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, a symbol of Fiji's historical ties to the British monarchy. Surrounding the portrait, intricate designs and patterns inspired by Fijian culture add to the aesthetic appeal of the banknote.

Flipping to the reverse side, you'll find illustrations or motifs that celebrate Fiji's natural beauty, including images of indigenous flora and fauna, scenic landscapes, or cultural artifacts. These elements serve to showcase the richness and diversity of Fiji's environment and heritage.

Crafted with precision and printed to the highest standards, this UNC banknote represents a unique opportunity to own a piece of Fijian currency history. Whether you're a passionate collector or simply appreciate the artistry and symbolism of banknotes, the Fiji 10 Dollars from 2002 is sure to captivate.

Don't miss out on the chance to acquire this exquisite banknote – order now and add the Fiji 10 Dollars P-106 UNC banknote to your collection today!

FIJI, 10 dollars, (2002) P-106, QEII, UNC World banknote Currency

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