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Swiss Banknote Papercraft (1000 Swiss Franc)

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This Switzerland Banknote papercraft is a request from a reader. This is one of The eight series of Swiss Bank issued banknotes. In the front there is Jacob Burckhardt picture, he was a Swiss historian of art and culture. The next release  or the ninth series of banknotes will be release on 2012.

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