Ukraine new 50 hryven banknote


The 50 hryvnia banknote (equivalent to approximately US$1.77; €1.52) designated as P-137; BNP813 is characterized by a captivating color scheme of blue and purple, with dimensions measuring 80 x 165 mm.

Its front side showcases the outline of Ukraine, symbolically representing a heart with veins converging towards it. A significant imagery features a girl adorned with a military helmet, gazing towards the West, set against the backdrop of Europe’s outline.

On the reverse side, the banknote displays arms intertwined with a composition of joined hands, symbolizing unity and solidarity.

Security features include a 12-mm wide security thread to prevent counterfeiting. Manufactured by the Banknote Printing and Minting Works of the National Bank of Ukraine (BPMWU), the banknote carries a watermark depicting an electrotype coat of arms atop leaves and grapes.

It was introduced into circulation on 23.02.2024 and bears the signature of Pyshnyy, adding a personal touch to its significance.

Note: Second anniversary of outbreak of armed conflict between Ukraine and Russia (24.02.2022 – 24.02.2024).

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