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1992 $5 Note Fraser/Cole Last Prefix R214L about Unc

1992 $5 Note Fraser/Cole Last Prefix R214L about Unc

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P-30821

This note has one small impression in the body - no flicks or folds are evident.

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1992 $5 Note Fraser/Cole Last Prefix R214L about Unc


This note has one small impression in the body - no flicks or folds are evident.

The AB 19 $5 note is of interest to collectors of polymer notes as not only was it the last of the pale $5 notes, it was the last polymer note to feature a serial prefix that did not include the date.

This particular note is for all intents and purposes in Uncirculated quality (it does not have a bend or flick), however the body of the note does have a light impression in it, which precludes it from receiving the Uncirculated grade.