WORLD BANKNOTES 360 – SUDAN

Many of Sudan’s Finest Specimen & Proof Banknotes

 

Sudan obtained its independence from the United Kingdom in 1956.  Civil strife subsequently plagued the nation, and in 2011 it voted to split into North Sudan and South Sudan.  The monetary system through 1992 was based on the Sudanese Pound (each equal to 100 Piastres).  Sudan subsequently introduced the Dinar, each equal to 10 old Sudanese Pounds.

 

The banknotes from Sudan that we offer for sale are HERE.

 

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Examples of Trophy-Grade World Banknotes – Sudan

(The notes below are not for sale; follow the link above right to view notes from Iran that we offer for sale.)

 

World Banknotes/Sudan • Sudan Currency Board • 25 Piastres

Pick #1B Specimen • ND (1955) • PMG 66 EPQ (PMG population in this grade: 14; 0 higher)

 

World Banknotes/Sudan • Bank of Sudan • 50 Piastres

Pick #2B Specimen • ND (1956) • WB360 65 EPQ (PMG population in this grade: 26; 1 higher)

 

World Banknotes/Sudan • Bank of Sudan • 50 Piastres

Pick #7c Specimen • ND (1968) • WB360 67 EPQ (PMG population in this grade: 0; 0 higher)

 

World Banknotes/Sudan • Bank of Sudan • 5 Pounds

Pick #9 Specimen • ND (1962-68) • WB360 67 EPQ (PMG population in this grade: 2; 0 higher)

 

World Banknotes/Sudan • Bank of Sudan • 10 Pounds

Pick #10d Specimen • ND (1968) • WB360 XF EPQ (PMG population in this grade: 0; 11 higher)

 

World Banknotes/Sudan • Bank of Sudan • 5 Pounds

Pick #14a Specimen • ND (1970-80) • WB360 65 EPQ (PMG population in this grade: 1; 2 higher)

 

World Banknotes/Sudan • Bank of Sudan • 10 Dinars

Pick #52 Specimen • AH1413 (1993) • PCGS 67 PPQ (PMG population in this grade: 0; 0 higher)

 

World Banknotes/Sudan • Bank of Sudan • 50 Dinars

Pick #54 Specimen • AH1412 (1992) • PCGS 67 PPQ (PMG population in this grace: 1; 0 higher)

 

 

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