1991 5 Ringgit from Malaysia. Pk 28c and serial number NU2971218.
Graded 68 Premium Paper Quality Superb Gem New by PCGS. Beauty of a note with great vibrant color and crispness visible. Sharp edges, perfectly centered note with good embossing seen on this note. Serial number located on the front of the note horizontally and vertically in black and red overprint. Dark green and blue on multicolored underprint.Rahman at right and as watermark. King's Palace at Kuala Lumpur on back. Flagpole without crossbar at the top on back. Vertical serial number and no markings for the blind. Abdul Rahman, popularly known as Olympian Rahman, was an Indian Olympian footballer from Kozhikode, Kerala.
His playing position was defender. Rahman was a member of the Indian team that reached the semi-final in 1956 Melbourne Olympics. As PMG and PCGS open up grading submission offices in various countries, their brands are universally recognized as the gold standard in certification.
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