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Zambia

 

1963-1992 | 2003-2014

 

 

1 Pound, (1963)

1 Pound, (1963) front
1 Pound, (1963) back

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Front: Elizabeth II (1926-), Queen of United Kingdom, British colonies and Commonwealth of Nations 1952-present

Date of portrait: 1952, age 26

Back: Ross's Turaco

Unissued Harrison & Sons proof. Only some twenty or so, including different color varieties, are known to exist. The note was never released for circulation. One was sold for $4000 at Smythe auctions on October 31, 2007. Smythe estimated value was $5000-$6000. Another was sold by Mel and Jeremy Steinberg for more than $4000 on September 21, 2011 to a collector/dealer from Malaysia during Maastricht pre show bourse.

Courtesy Ram Kumar

 

1 Pound, (1963)

1 Pound, (1963) front

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Like the note above except different color

Courtesy Jeremy Steinberg

 

Ross's Turaco

Ross's Turaco

Enlarge: BirdRoss's Turaco

 

1 Kwacha, (1980-88)

1 kwacha (1980-88) front
1 kwacha (1980-88) back

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Front: Kenneth David Kaunda (1924-), first President of Zambia 1964-1991

Back: Workers picking cotton

 

50 Kwacha, (1986-88)

50 kwacha (1986-88) front
50 kwacha (1986-88) back

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Front: Kenneth David Kaunda (1964-1991), first President of Zambia 1964-1991

Back: Freedon Statue in Lusaka, National Assembly

 

National Assembly Building

National Assembly

Enlarge: BuildingNational Assembly

 

10 Kwacha, (1989-91)

10 kwacha (1989-91) front
10 kwacha (1989-91) back

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Front: Kenneth David Kaunda (1964-1991), first President of Zambia 1964-1991

Back: Freedon Statue in Lusaka, Building

 

20 Kwacha, (1989-91)

20 kwacha (1989-91) front
20 kwacha (1989-91) back

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Front: Kenneth David Kaunda (1964-1991), first President of Zambia 1964-1991

Back: Freedon Statue in Lusaka, State House

 

100 Kwacha, (1991)

100 kwacha (1991) front
100 kwacha (1991) back

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Front: Kenneth David Kaunda (1964-1991), first President of Zambia 1964-1991

Back: Victoria Falls at Zambezi

 

Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls

Enlarge: FallsVictoria Falls

 

500 Kwacha, (1991)

500 kwacha (1991) front
500 kwacha (1991) back

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Front: Kenneth David Kaunda (1964-1991), first President of Zambia 1964-1991

Back: Workers picking cotton

 

20 Kwacha, 1992

20 kwacha 1992 front
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Front: Fish eagle

Back: State House at Lusaka

 

50 Kwacha, 1992

50 kwacha 1992 front
50 kwacha 1992 back

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Front: Fish eagle

Back: Coper refining at Nkana Mine

 

100 Kwacha, 1992

100 kwacha 1992 front
100 kwacha 1992 back

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Front: Fish eagle

Back: Victoria Falls at Zambezi

 

Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls

Enlarge: FallsVictoria Falls

 

500 Kwacha, 1992

500 kwacha 1992 front
500 kwacha 1992 back

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Front: Fish eagle, Baobab tree

Back: Elephant head, workers picking cotton, Freedon Statue in Lusaka

1963-1992 | 2003-2014

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Zambia, a landlocked country in south-central Africa, was formerly Northern Rhodesia. It joined with Southern Rhodesia and Nyasaland to form the federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland in 1953. After the federation was dissolved in 1963, Northern Rhodesia became the independent Republic of Zambia. For a more detailed country profile, see CIA World Factbook on Zambia.

 

 

 

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