Updated: Nov 14, 2021
This Zairean banknote represents the 3rd denomination of the New Zaire (Series 1993). The observe depicts Marshall Mobutu (1930-1997) and a leaping Leopard. The reverse depicts a collage representing African prosperity. (Note Size: 159 × 79 mm or 6.26 x 3.11 in)
The New Zaire was the currency of the Republic of Zaire, until July 1, 1998. Shortly after the collapse of Zaire, on May 16, 1997
The New Zaire replaced the previous First Zaire Series, in 1993.
Likuta is singular for Makuta, 100 Makuta equals 1 Zaire.)