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2010 $2 Arctic Polymer Collectors Note w/ Display Slab - 437-586


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437-586 - 2010 $2 Arctic Polymer Collectors Note w/ Display Slab
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2010 $2 Arctic Polymer Collectors Note w/ Display Slab

The Arctic is a region located at the northern-most part of the Earth. The Arctic consists of the Arctic Ocean and all or parts of Canada, Russia, Greenland, the United States, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Iceland. Under international law, no country currently owns the North Pole or the region of the Arctic Ocean surrounding it. The five surrounding Arctic states, Russia, the United States, Canada, Norway and Denmark (via Greenland), are limited to an exclusive economic zone (EEZ) of 200 nautical miles (370 km; 230 mi) adjacent to their coasts. These notes related to the Nordic areas called Arctic Territories are private issue for collectors. These notes are not legal tender. However, the value of a Pola. Dollar is set to equal to a USD and can be redeemed as described on the note.

Specifications:

  • Grade: UNC
  • Coin Type: Collector Note
  • Diameter: 3.5 x 6.5mm
  • Denomination: Two Dollar
  • Mintage Year: 2010
  • Obverse: Newborn Seal
  • Reverse: Fridtjof Wedel - Jarlsberg Nansen
  • Distributed by American Collectors Mint, LLC.


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