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Kazakhstan new family of banknotes

The 500 Tenge banknote features a vibrant blue color and measures 125 x 70 mm. On the front, there is a profile of the head of Transcaspian urial (Ovis vignei arkal) and a captivating detail of the “Tree of Life,” taken from the sacred branch with a hovering bird from the headgear of the 3rd or 4th century BCE “Golden Man” discovered in the Issyk kurgan burial mound. The front also showcases a DNA spiral and the national emblem.

The reverse side exhibits a design with snow-covered mountains forming the outline of an infinity ornament. Additionally, there is a depiction of a standing Transcaspian urial and a circular Kazakh symbol. The banknote incorporates security features such as a windowed security thread with demetalized text.

The watermark on the banknote portrays the Samruk bird along with an electrotype 500. This currency, issued in 2025, bears the signature of Suleymanov and is produced by the Banknote Factory of the National Bank of Kazakhstan (BFoNBK). The intricate design and security elements contribute to the aesthetic and authenticity of this Kazakhstani banknote.

The 1000 Tenge banknote, distinguished by a rich brown hue, boasts dimensions of 130 x 70 mm. The front side showcases intricate ornaments, including a captivating detail of the “Tree of Life” featuring a hovering bird from the headgear of the 3rd or 4th century BCE “Golden Man” discovered in the Issyk kurgan burial mound. Additionally, the front incorporates a DNA spiral and the national emblem.

On the reverse side, the design features sloping hills forming the outline of an infinity ornament, an unknown gold ornament, and images of a resting Central Asian Shepherd Dog alongside a standing Tazy sighthound. A circular Kazakh symbol adds to the visual appeal.

To enhance security, the banknote includes a windowed security thread with demetalized text. The watermark on the note depicts the Samruk bird along with an electrotype 1000. Issued in 2024, the banknote bears the signature of Suleymanov and is produced by the Banknote Factory of the National Bank of Kazakhstan (BFoNBK). The detailed design and security measures contribute to the distinctiveness and authenticity of this Kazakhstani currency.

The 2000 Tenge banknote, distinguished by a harmonious blend of green and blue, measures 135 x 70 mm. The front of the note features the profile of a head of an antelope, an unknown ornament, and a captivating detail of the “Tree of Life” showcasing a hovering bird from the headgear of the 3rd or 4th century BCE “Golden Man” found in the Issyk kurgan burial mound. The front also includes a DNA spiral and the national emblem.

On the reverse side, an outline of hills and a lake forms an infinity ornament, complemented by a stylized saiga antelope gold ornament and four standing saiga antelope (Saiga tatarica). A circular Kazakh symbol adds to the visual appeal of the design.

To enhance security, the banknote incorporates a windowed security thread with demetalized text. The watermark features the Samruk bird along with an electrotype 2000. Issued in 2024, the note bears the signature of Suleymanov and is produced by the Banknote Factory of the National Bank of Kazakhstan (BFoNBK). The intricate design and security features contribute to the authenticity and aesthetic appeal of this Kazakhstani currency.

The 5000 Tenge banknote, distinguished by a bold red color, measures 140 x 70 mm. The front side features a detailed image of a golden eagle and a 6th or 7th century BCE ornament discovered in the Taldy II Kurgan burial mound. Additionally, the note includes a captivating detail of the “Tree of Life” with a hovering bird from the headgear of the 3rd or 4th century BCE “Golden Man” found in the Issyk kurgan burial mound. A DNA spiral and the national emblem further adorn the front.

On the reverse side, the design showcases Charin Canyon forming an outline of an infinity ornament. Additionally, a 7th or 8th century BCE golden eagle ornament found in the Berel Mounds “Valley of the Kings” is depicted, along with a perched golden eagle and a circular Kazakh symbol.

Security features include a windowed security thread with demetalized text, while the watermark features the Samruk bird with an electrotype 500. Issued in 2023, the banknote bears the signature of Suleymanov and is produced by the Banknote Factory of the National Bank of Kazakhstan (BFoNBK). The detailed design and security measures contribute to the authenticity and visual appeal of this Kazakhstani currency.

The 10000 Tenge banknote, distinguished by a regal purple color, measures 145 x 70 mm. The front side of the note features a detailed image of a snow leopard and a gold ornament. Additionally, it includes a captivating detail of the “Tree of Life” with a hovering bird from the headgear of the 3rd or 4th century BCE “Golden Man” found in the Issyk kurgan burial mound. A DNA spiral and the national emblem further adorn the front.

On the reverse side, the design showcases snow-covered mountains forming an outline of an infinity ornament. Additionally, a gold stylized snow leopard ornament is depicted, along with an image of a resting snow leopard (Panthera uncia) and a circular Kazakh symbol.

Security features include a windowed security thread with demetalized text, while the watermark features the Samruk bird with an electrotype 10000. Issued in 2024, the banknote bears the signature of Suleymanov and is produced by the Banknote Factory of the National Bank of Kazakhstan (BFoNBK). The detailed design and security measures contribute to the authenticity and visual appeal of this Kazakhstani currency.

The 20000 Tenge banknote is a vibrant combination of violet, blue, and yellow, with dimensions measuring 150 x 70 mm. The front side features an ornate design of facing antelopes, along with a detailed section of the “Tree of Life” displaying a hovering bird from the headgear of the 3rd or 4th century BCE “Golden Man” found in the Issyk kurgan burial mound. The note also incorporates a DNA spiral and the national emblem.

On the reverse side, the design depicts plains forming an outline of an infinity ornament, complemented by a gold stylized horse ornament and an image of a running horse. A circular Kazakh symbol adds to the visual appeal of the composition.

Security features include a windowed security thread with demetalized text, and the watermark showcases the Samruk bird with an electrotype 20000. Issued in 2025, the banknote bears the signature of Suleymanov and is produced by the Banknote Factory of the National Bank of Kazakhstan (BFoNBK). The intricate design and security measures contribute to the authenticity and aesthetic appeal of this Kazakhstani currency.

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Bangladesh new 50 taka banknote

The 50 Taka banknote, P-73; B-365, is characterized by its green and yellow color scheme and has dimensions of 130 x 60 mm. This banknote is equivalent to approximately US$0.59 or €0.51. On the front side of the banknote, you will find prominent figures such as Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, and the entrance to the Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Tunnel.

Flipping the banknote over to the back, it features the interior of the Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Tunnel and the bank logo.

The security features of this banknote include a 2-mm wide windowed security thread with demetalized bank logo and “50,” enhancing its resistance to counterfeiting. The banknote is printed by the Security Printing Corporation Limited (SPCBL) in Bangladesh, ensuring high-quality production. It also incorporates a watermark with the image of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on a pixelated background, as well as an electrotype bank logo and “50.”

The banknote is dated 2023 and was introduced on October 28, 2023. It is signed by Talukder, adding a personal and official touch to its design and authenticity.

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