African Collectible

African banknotes, coins, stamps, postcards and other collectibles


Special Offer: Gambia 20 Dalasi

20 Dalasi  UNC BanknoteCountry: Gambia
Denomination: 20 Dalasi
Price: $4.00
Sale Price:
$3.60
Pick #: New
Year: 2014
Grade: UNC
Other Info: African Currency (Polymer Note)

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African Banknotes - See entire collection ...


5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 Dollars  UNC 5 Banknote Set

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Country: Liberia
Denomination: 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 Dollars
Price: $14.99
Pick #: p26-30
Year: 2016
Grade: UNC
Other Info: 5 Banknote Set

500, 2000, 5000, 10000 Francs  UNC Banknote

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Country: Burundi
Denomination: 500, 2000, 5000, 10000 Francs
Price: $199.99
Pick #: Replacement
Year: 2015
Grade: UNC
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2, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 Kwacha  UNC 6 Banknote Set

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Country: Zambia
Denomination: 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 Kwacha
Price: $44.63
Pick #: p49-54
Year: 2014
Grade: UNC
Other Info: Set of 6 banknotes

1, 2, 5, 10, 20, and 50 Cedis  UNC 6 Banknote Set

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Country: Ghana
Denomination: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, and 50 Cedis
Price: $79.99
Pick #: New
Year: 2015
Grade: UNC
Other Info: 6 Banknote Set


African Coins - See entire collection ...


5 Maloti  UNC Banknote

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Country: Lesotho
Denomination: 5 Maloti
Price: $5.99
Year: 2016
Condition: UNC
Other Info: Commemorative Coin for 50 years of the Central Bank of Lesotho

50,000 Shillings  UNC Banknote

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Country: Tanzania
Denomination: 50,000 Shillings
Price: $185.99
Year: 2016
Condition: UNC
Other Info: Commemorative Coin - 50 Years of the Bank of Tanzania

25 Maloti  UNC Banknote

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Country: Lesotho
Denomination: 25 Maloti
Price: $325.49
Year: 2005
Condition: UNC
Other Info: Commemorative Coin for 25 years of the Central Bank of Lesotho

1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 Cents / Emalangeni  Mint 6 Banknote Set

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Country: Swaziland
Denomination: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 Cents / Emalangeni
Price: $5.99
Year: 2011
Condition: Mint
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African Postcards - See entire collection ...


Door

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Country: Zanzibar
Depictions: Door
Price: $3.99
Condition: Mint
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Aerial View

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Country: Zanzibar
Depictions: Aerial View
Price: $3.99
Condition: Mint
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Sailboat

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Country: Zanzibar
Depictions: Sailboat
Price: $3.99
Condition: Mint
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Rain Scene

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Country: Zanzibar
Depictions: Rain Scene
Price: $3.99
Condition: Mint
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African Stamps - See entire collection ...


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Country: Tanzania
Description:
Price: $7.99
Condition: Mint
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Country: Tanzania
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Price: $7.99
Condition: Mint
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Country: Tanzania
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Price: $7.99
Condition: Mint
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Country: Tanzania
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Price: $7.99
Condition: Mint
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African Arts and Crafts - See entire collection ...


Fishermen Carving - Wood

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Country: Tanzania
Description: Fishermen Carving - Wood
Price: $39.99
Condition: Excellent
Other Info: This carving depicts a pair of fishermen. It is created by the Makonde tribe of Tanzania who are known for their wood carvings.

Rhino Carving - Wood

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Country: Tanzania
Description: Rhino Carving - Wood
Price: $39.99
Condition: Excellent
Other Info: This carving depicts an African Rhino. It is created by the Makonde tribe of Tanzania who are known for their wood carvings.

The Family Tree Wood Carving - Ebony or Mpingo (in Swahili)

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Country: Tanzania
Description: The Family Tree Wood Carving - Ebony or Mpingo (in Swahili)
Price: $50.00
Condition: Excellent
Other Info: This carving depicts the power and strength of family through interlocking human figures doing various activities. It is created by the Makonde tribe of Tanzania who are known for their wood carvings.