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Greysheet Catalog Details (GSID: 86413)
Country: Aruba
Issuing Authority: Central Bank of Aruba
Banknote Book: B113a
Pick: P13
Watermark: Divi-divi (watapona) tree

The 50 florin is part of a series of coins struck from . The specific variety is 16 JULI 1993 Sig 3: Chong/Irausquin . Designated as a Business () strike, this coin is made of .
Obverse: Dutch text; Shoco-speotyto cunicularia arubensis (owl)
Reverse: Dutch text; Pre-Columbian pottery motifs

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GSID: 86413
Country: Aruba
Issuing Authority: Central Bank of Aruba
Banknote Book: B113a
Pick: P13
Watermark: Divi-divi (watapona) tree
Denomination: 50 florin
Note Color: Red and orange
Note Dimension: 147 x 67 mm
Printer: joh enschedŽ en zonen imp
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