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Add a piece of Venezuelan history to your collection with the Venezuela 50000 Bolivares banknote from 1998, designated as P-83 and issued by the Central Bank of Venezuela. This UNC (Uncirculated) banknote represents a significant denomination during a period of economic transition in Venezuela.

On the obverse side of the banknote, you'll encounter a portrait of Simon Bolivar, a revered figure in Venezuelan history and a symbol of independence across Latin America. Surrounding the portrait are intricate designs and patterns, reflecting the country's cultural heritage and artistic tradition.

Flipping to the reverse side, you'll find various symbols and motifs representing Venezuela's natural beauty and cultural diversity. These may include images of landscapes, flora, fauna, or historical landmarks, each contributing to the narrative of Venezuelan identity and heritage.

Crafted with meticulous attention to detail and printed on high-quality paper, this UNC banknote offers pristine condition, free from the wear and tear of circulation. Whether you're a seasoned collector or a newcomer to the world of banknote collecting, the Venezuela 50000 Bolivares banknote provides a fascinating glimpse into the country's rich history and economic development.

Don't miss the opportunity to own a piece of Venezuelan currency history – order now and add this UNC banknote to your collection!

Venezuela 50000 (50,000) Bolivares, 1998 P-83 UNC Banknote

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