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Nigeria 200, 500 and 1000 naira banknotes

The 200 Naira (US$0.53 or €0.45) banknote P-47; B-244, it is a pink-colored bill and measures 151 x 78 mm in size. The front of the note features a portrait of Alhaji Sir Ahmadu Bello, a well-known Nigerian leader who was instrumental in the country’s pre-independence movement.

To prevent counterfeiting, the bill includes a windowed security thread with demetalized CBN. On the back of the note, there is an image of cattle and a bag pyramid. The bill also features a watermark of Alhaji Sir Ahmadu Bello and electrotype 200 CBN to further enhance its security.

The 200 Naira bill was introduced in 2022 and has the prefix “AJ” with a serial number of “Intro: 23.11.2022.” It is signed by two prominent officials, Godwin Emefiele and Ahmed Bello Umar, who hold important positions at the Central Bank of Nigeria.

Overall, the 200 Naira bill is an important part of Nigeria’s currency system and is widely circulated throughout the country. Its security features and unique design make it a valuable addition to anyone’s collection of world currencies.

The 500 Naira (US$1.31 or €1.13) banknote P-47; B-245 is a green-colored, measures 151 x 78 mm in size and features a portrait of Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe, a Nigerian nationalist who played a pivotal role in the country’s struggle for independence.

To prevent counterfeiting, the bill includes a windowed security thread with demetalized CBN. The back of the note depicts an oil rig, highlighting Nigeria’s important role in the global oil industry. The bill also features a watermark of Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe and electrotype 500 CBN to further enhance its security.

The 500 Naira bill was introduced in 2022 and has the prefix “AA” with a serial number of “Intro: 23.11.2022.” It is signed by Godwin Emefiele and Ahmed Bello Umar, two important officials at the Central Bank of Nigeria.

Overall, the 500 Naira bill is an important part of Nigeria’s currency system and is widely used throughout the country. Its unique design and security features make it a valuable addition to anyone’s collection of world currencies.

The 1,000 Naira (US$2.63 or €2.26) banknote P-48; B-246 is a blue-colored bill, measures 151 x 78 mm in size and features the portraits of Alhaji Aliyu Mai-Bornu and Dr. Clement Isong, two prominent Nigerians who served as governors of the Central Bank of Nigeria.

To prevent counterfeiting, the bill includes a windowed security thread with demetalized CBN. The back of the note depicts the Central Bank of Nigeria building in Abuja, as well as a striking rock formation. The bill also features a watermark of portraits and electrotype CBN 1000 to further enhance its security.

The 1,000 Naira bill was introduced in 2022 and has the prefix “B” with a serial number of “Intro: 23.11.2022.” It is signed by Godwin Emefiele and Ahmed Bello Umar, two important officials at the Central Bank of Nigeria.

Overall, the 1,000 Naira bill is an important part of Nigeria’s currency system and is widely used throughout the country. Its unique design and security features make it a valuable addition to anyone’s collection of world currencies.

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Cambodja 200 and 2000 rials banknotes

The new 200 Riels Cambodja banknote P-65A and B-436, equivalent to US$0.05 or €0.04, features a stunning combination of gray, green, and orange colors. It measures 138 X 64 mm in size and has no security thread.

On the obverse side of the banknote, you can see the Coat of Arms, a naga or mythical snake, and a portrait of King Norodom Sihamoni as a youth. On the reverse side, the banknote showcases the Preah Thineang Chan Chhaya, also known as the Moonlight Pavilion, of the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh. It also features Paul Ducuing’s statue of King Sisowath at the National Museum of Cambodia.

The banknote was printed with a watermark of a floral pattern and was introduced on November 14, 2022. It is signed by Chea Chanto and Tha Yao.

The new 1,000 Riels Cambodja banknote P-67A and B-437, equivalent to US$0.49 or €0.42, It is colored in blue and measures 146 x 68 mm in size. The banknote has no security thread.

On the front of the banknote, you can see the Coat of Arms, a naga or mythical snake, and a portrait of King Norodom Sihamoni as an adult. On the back of the banknote, it showcases an ancient stone artifact, the Prasat Tao or King Lion Temple, located at Sambo Prei Kuk Kampong Tom Province. The banknote also features a chinthe or King Lion.

The banknote was printed with a watermark of a diamond pattern and was introduced on November 14, 2022. It is signed by Chea Chanto and Tha Yao.

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Qatar 2022 “FIFA World Cup” banknote

Commemoration of 2022 FIFA World Cup

The 22 Riyals (US$6.04; €5.19) banknote, P-39; BNP201 is a brown-colored SAFEGUARD® polymer bill, a material that provides excellent durability and resistance to wear and tear. It measures 154 x 72 mm in size.

The front of the bill features an image of the Lusail Iconic Stadium in Doha, Qatar. The back of the bill displays a tower, a dhow, the al-Bayt stadium in al-Chaur, and a globe. These images represent various aspects of Qatari culture and heritage, as well as the country’s status as a modern and forward-thinking nation.

The 22 Riyals bill was introduced in 2022 and has the prefix ‘Q’, with the introduction date of 09.11.2022. It is signed by Al-Thani and Al-Kuwari. The printer is De La Rue, a well-known security printing company based in London, England.

Overall, the 22 Riyals bill is a high-quality and secure banknote that reflects the beauty and cultural richness of Qatar. Its unique design and use of polymer material make it a valuable addition to anyone’s collection of world currencies.

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Algeria 2000 dinars banknote

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The 2,000 Dinar (US$15.44; €13.28) banknote P-148; B-413 is predominantly green in color and measures 158 x 72 mm. The note is printed on Durasafe® substrate, which provides enhanced durability and security.

The front of the note features a map of Algeria with a crescent and star as a gold SPARK feature. The front also displays a map of the Arab world, the Martyr’s Memorial, the Arab League logo, and the Algerian flag.

On the back of the note, there is a picture of a natural stone arch in Tassili N’Ajjer National Park, along with an image of the minaret of Djamaa el Djazaïr (Great Mosque of Algiers), a palm tree, a camel caravan, the Hoggar mountains, and Roman ruins in Tipaza.

The note includes a windowed holographic security thread with demetalized 2022 for added security. The watermark on the note features the image of Emir Abdelkader and the electrotype 2000. The note was introduced on November 2, 2022.

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