Banknotes from Utica

Utica was an ancient Phoenician and Carthaginian city located near the outflow of the Medjerda River into the Mediterranean. It is traditionally considered to be the first Phoenician colony in North Africa. Utica used mostly coins issued by Carthage, and occasionally Numidian coinage. The only coins known to be minted in Utica are just before the 2nd Punic war, when Utica defied Carthage, made an alliance with Rome and issued its own coins in Roman style.
Wikidata: Q228821

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50 Francs (Banque Cantonale Neuchâteloise)
1883-1905

Standard banknote
P# S410, Richt/Kunz# K72
50 Francs (Banque Commerciale Neuchâteloise)
1883-1906

Standard banknote
P# S413, Richt/Kunz# K75
100 Francs (Banque Commerciale Neuchâteloise)
1883-1906

Standard banknote
P# S414, Richt/Kunz# K74
500 Francs (Banque Cantonale Neuchâteloise)
1892-1899

Standard banknote
P# S412, Richt/Kunz# K70
To be deleted
1893-1906

Standard banknote
P# S415, Richt/Kunz# K73
To be deleted
1893-1906

Standard banknote
P# S415, Richt/Kunz# K73

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