The 1000 Som note, with paper money catalog numbers P-39 and B-240, has a gray-green color and measures 150 x 71 mm. The front of the note features an ornament with the denomination in gold-to-jade OVI, as well as a portrait of Jusup Balasagyn, a prominent poet from Kyrgyzstan. The design also includes mountains and a diamond pattern as a registration device.
On the back of the note, there is a diamond pattern, along with an image of Takhti Sulaiman, an ancient architectural monument, and Sulaiman Mountain.
For security purposes, the note has a windowed security thread with demetalized 1000 com. Additionally, there is a windowed security thread with demetalized 200 com. The note was printed by De La Rue in London (England) – DLR, and it has a watermark of Alykul Osmonov with an electrotype 200.
Takhti Sulaiman, depicted on the back of the note, is an ancient architectural monument located in the Fergana Valley in Kyrgyzstan. It is believed to be the site of a temple complex dedicated to fire worship, dating back to the 1st century BC. Sulaiman Mountain, also depicted on the back of the note, is a significant landmark in the city of Osh, and is considered a sacred site in Kyrgyz culture.
The use of advanced security features such as the windowed security thread and demetalized com helps to prevent counterfeiting and protect the integrity of the country’s currency. These features are important in maintaining the trust of the public and ensuring that the financial system remains secure.
The note is dated 2023 and is signed by Tolkunbek Abdygulov. Its introduction date was May 10, 2023.
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