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Tanzania - 2011 Issues Full Set

Five Hundred Shillings, ND1.1.2011 P40Reverse
One Thousand Shillings, ND1.1.2011 P41
Reverse
Two Thousand Shillings, ND1.1.2011 P42
Reverse
Five Thousand Shillings, ND1.1.2011 P43
Reverse
Ten Thousand Shillings, ND1.1.2011 P44
Reverse

4 comments:

whycollect said...

Hi paperbanknotes,
Nice set esp the 2000, 5000 & 10,000 shillings.
The golden giraffe at the back of the banknotes look interesting.
Thanks a lot for sharing, paperbanknotes :)

me said...

Hi WhyCollect

In my opinion, I would like to see a complete design of an animal rather than just their head. Just my opinion,

Thanks for dropping by,

whycollect said...

Hi paperbanknotes,
We beg to differ from your opinion about portraying the animals in whole instead of just their heads.
We feel the most distinctive part of an animal is its head.
Even in humans we tend to look at the eyes first if its in close range, the face and then the body.
We really love those goblets with various types of animals' heads in pewter by Selangor Pewter.
Haha, just our opinion which may differ from others.
Thanks a lot for sharing this interesting set of banknotes :)

me said...

Hi WhyCollect

Have a look at this link:-

http://asiabanknotes.blogspot.com/search/label/Nepal

Check out the Nepal 2002 prints re 500 anf 1000 Rupees. Full size drawing of animals always took better. Showing just the head of an animal, is just like someone's hunting trophy hanging on the wall. Just my opinion.