Luxembourg 1000 Francs ND (1982) P-52Bcts Color Trial Specimen PMG 67 EPQ

Luxembourg 1000 Francs ND (1982) P-52Bcts Color Trial Specimen PMG 67 EPQ
Luxembourg 1000 Francs ND (1982) P-52Bcts Color Trial Specimen PMG 67 EPQ

Luxembourg 1000 Francs ND (1982) P-52Bcts Color Trial Specimen PMG 67 EPQ
A beautifully Inked Color Trial Specimen. Luxembourg and Belgium paired their currencies together. However, without warning, Belgium devalued the Franc in 1982, leaving Luxembourg to scramble to create new denominations for notes.

Bradbury, Wilkinson & Company repurposed older denominations to meet the country's currency needs; however, it appears that few, if any, of these new types were actually released. This Color Trial Specimen of a proposed 1000 Francs is stunningly inked with striking hues of blues, yellows, greens, and red colors. Pinpoint centering and clean, crisp paper add to the desirability of this Rare Type. Other Items for high quality PMG graded notes.

The item "Luxembourg 1000 Francs ND (1982) P-52Bcts Color Trial Specimen PMG 67 EPQ" is in sale since Saturday, May 25, 2019. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ World\Asia\Vietnam".

The seller is "1grandcollection" and is located in Las Vegas, Nevada. This item can be shipped worldwide.


Luxembourg 1000 Francs ND (1982) P-52Bcts Color Trial Specimen PMG 67 EPQ


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