|The value||2 квача|
|Description||Серия и номер банкноты могут отличаться от представленной на фото|
|Dimensions||133 x 68 мм|
Banknote 2 Kwacha 1988 - Zambia - World Paper Money P-24c - UNC. Series 1980-1988 ND Issue.
Obverse: President Kenneth David Kaunda. White-screamer (Haliaeetus vocifer) is the national bird of Zambia. Flowers. The Coat Of Arms Of Zambia.
Kenneth David Kaunda (born. Kenneth David Kaunda; 28 April 1924, Chinsali, Northern Rhodesia) was the first Prime Minister and the President of Zambia, ruled from 1964 to 1991.
White-screamer (lat. Haliaeetus vocifer) African bird of prey of the hawk family (Accipitridae). Eagle screamers medium-sized representatives of their kind, the length ranges from 63 to 57 cm, wingspan — from 175 to 210 cm, the Females somewhat larger than males, which weigh 2 to 2.5 kg, while females weigh from 3.2 to 3.6 kg. White-shouters distributed in Africa South of the Sahara to altitudes up to 1000 m above sea level. Prefer proximity to water.
The state coat of Arms of Zambia was adopted on 24 October 1964 when the Republic gained independence. For the coat of arms of Zambia was based on the coat of arms of the colony of Northern Rhodesia (called Zambia before 1964), which originated in 1927. The coat of arms is a shield in a black box which six silver wavy pillars. Above the shield crossed hoe and pickaxe, and above them turning a Golden eagle. The shield holders opposed to the man in the green dress and the woman in scarlet, in scarlet shoes, standing on green grass base with a gold flower with green leaves. From the bottom of the coat of arms silver exchange ribbon with the inscription in black letters One Zambia One Nation.
The black of the shield symbolizes the African continent, the pillars silver — Victoria falls. The eagle is a symbol of freedom, as well as the difficulties of its conquest of Zambia, and the national hope for the future. Hoe and pickaxe symbolize the natural resources of Zambia: agriculture and mining PROMYShLENNOSTI country — "One Zambia, One Nation" (eng. One Zambia, One Nation), which emphasizes peaceful coexistence and peaceful unification of the various tribes.
The flip side: a Teacher with a student at the school.
Watermark: Portrait of Kenneth Kaunda. Emission center: Bank of Zambia. Printer: Thomas De La Rue & Company, Limited. Signatures: Dr. L. S. Chivuno. Serial # prefixes: 71/B-88/B.
Legend: "I promise to pay the bearer on demand Two Kwacha for the Bank of Zambia; One Zambia, One Nation."
Obverse: President Kenneth David Kaunda (born April 28, 1924) served as the first President of Zambia, from1964 to 1991; African Fish Eagle (Haliaeetus vocifer), the national bird of Zambia; Flowers; Coat of Arms. Reverse: Education: teacher with student and a school building. Watermark: Profile portrait of Kenneth Kaunda. Signature: Dr. L. S. Chivuno (Governor, in office 1986-1988). Printer: Thomas De La Rue & Company, Limited.