Suriname new 500 dollars banknote

 

The new Suriname 500 Dollar banknote P-166B; B-551, equivalent to US$35.33 or €30.37, is characterized by its regal purple hue and measures 140 x 70 mm in size. Crafted on a hybrid substrate known as ADDvance, this note blends durability with intricate design elements.

The front side of the banknote features the iconic Central Bank building situated in Paramaribo, serving as a symbol of financial strength and stability within Suriname. Meanwhile, the reverse side showcases the Moriche palm (Mauritia flexuosa) alongside a rice combine harvester, highlighting the nation’s agricultural prowess and natural abundance.

Security features of the banknote include a magenta-to-green RollingStar i+ Cube windowed security thread, incorporating a demetalized “500” for enhanced authenticity verification. This sophisticated feature adds an additional layer of protection against counterfeiting attempts, ensuring the integrity of the currency.

Manufactured by Giesecke & Devrient (G&D), a reputable printing company based in Germany, this banknote reflects the company’s dedication to precision and quality craftsmanship. A watermark depicting the bank’s headquarters and an electrotype CBvS further authenticate the note’s validity, bolstering confidence in its use.

The 500 Dollar banknote bears the issuance date of January 1, 2024, with the prefix “BQ,” indicating its origin. It was introduced into circulation on March 23, 2024, signifying its recent integration into the monetary system. This banknote represents not only monetary value but also the rich cultural heritage and economic vitality of Suriname.

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