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Cambodia new 2,000-riel commemorative note confirmed

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2,000 riels, ២០១៣ (2013). Note commemorates 60 years of Cambodia’s independence. Intro: 08.11.2013. More info in Khmer press release.

Courtesy of Allan Lim (www.artofangkor.com/ccc) and Thomas Augustsson.

Cambodia new 100,000-riel commemorative note confirmed

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According to an article in NZweek dated 8 May 2013, Cambodia issued a new 100,000-riel (US$25) note to celebrate the 60th birthday of King Norodom Sihamoni on 14 May. This is the largest denomination in the nation. The note depicts the portraits of late King Father Norodom Sihanouk and Queen Mother Norodom Monineath on the front and the pictures of the two monarchs and their current King Norodom Sihamoni on the back.

Anyone interested in buying one of these notes can contact the contributor by clicking the link below.

Courtesy of Allan J. Lim (www.artofangkor.com), Michael Doran, and Noteshobby (http://stores.ebay.com/Noteshobby).

Cambodia new 1,000-riel commemorative note confirmed

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NBC B24 (PNL): 1,000 riels (US$0.25)
Lilac and dark blue. Front: Naga, mythical snake; coat of arms; King Norodom Sihanouk. Back: Royal Palace throne room; golden swan-shaped float carrying Sihanouk's body. No security thread. Watermark: Lotus flower pattern. Printer: Unknown. 146 x 68 mm.
a. (2012 in Khmer). Signature 3. Intro: 30.01.2013.

Courtesy of Allan J. Lim (www.artofangkor.com).

Cambodia new date (2007) 5,000-riel note confirmed

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5,000 riels (US$1.20), 2007. NBC B18 (P55) with this date had been confirmed previously as a specimen only, but it is now confirmed as an issued note.

Anyone interested in buying one of these notes can contact the contributor by clicking the link below.

Courtesy of Nin Cheun (Noteshobby).

Cambodia chapter of The Banknote Book is now available

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The Cambodia chapter of The Banknote Book is now available for individual sale at US$9.99, and as a free download to subscribers.

This 23-page catalog covers every note (228 types and varieties, including 23 notes unlisted in the SCWPM) issued by the Banque Nationale du Cambodge (National Bank of Cambodia) from 1955 to 1975, the Ministere du Tourisme du Cambodge (Cambodia Ministry of Tourism) in the 1960s, the National Bank of Kampuchea in 1975, the People’s Bank of Kampuchea from 1979 to 1992, the Khmer Rouge in 1993, and the National Bank of Cambodia from 1992 until present day. Revised 7 December 2012.

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  • Precise date of introduction noted when known
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Cambodia new date (2006) 10,000-riel specimen confirmed


10,000 riels (US$2.35), 2006. Like P56, but new date (2006) and diagonal red SPECIMEN overprint.

If anyone has an issued note dated 2006 on back, please send scans of same.

Collectors of Cambodian or Lao banknotes are encouraged to contact the contributor by clicking the link below. Be sure to say you saw it mentioned here on Banknotenews.com.

Courtesy of Allan Lambert.

Cambodia new signature 100-riel variety confirmed


100 riels, no date. Like Pick 8, but new signature combination.

Courtesy of Allan J. Lim.

Cambodia new date (2005) 10,000-riel note confirmed


10,000 riels (US$2.40), 2005. Like Pick 56, but new date.

Courtesy of Rafal Nogowczyk and Wally Myers.

Cambodia issues new 20,000-riel note


20,000 riels (US$5.05), 2008. Introduced 12.05.2008, to commemorate the king’s birthday. Violet and purple. Portrait of King Norodom Sihamoni and five-headed dragon on front; aerial view of Angkor Thom and four-faced Buddha in Bayon temple on back. Signatures (Chea Chanto, Governor; Tha Yao, General Cashier), holographic strip with bank logo and 20000, solid security thread with repeating *NBC*, Bayon sculpture as watermark with electrotype denomination, raised bars for partially sighted, embedded colored threads, NATIONALBANKOFCAMBODIA microprinting, intaglio printing, iridescent stripe, and some UV elements. 155 x 72 mm.

Also available as perforated specimen with all-zero serial number. Old 20,000-riel notes to remain legal tender.

Cambodia new date (2007) 1,000-riel note confirmed


1,000 riels (US$0.25), 2007. Like P58, but new date. 138 x 64 mm.

Courtesy of Leszek Porowski.

Cambodia issues new 2,000-riel note



According to an 8 January 2008 article on China View, "The Cambodian National Bank has issued a new 2,000-riel bank note to refresh currency supplies and simplify cash payments, the Cambodia Daily newspaper said Tuesday. Roughly equivalent to half a U.S. dollar, the new note depicts an image of the Preah Vihear temple on one side and a woman harvesting rice on the other, the newspaper said. The notes replace an equal value of tattered 1,000-riel notes that have been taken out of circulation and destroyed, National Bank of Cambodia Deputy Governor Neav Chanthana said. 'The new note is to replace the older ones,' Neav Chanthana was quoted as saying. The 2,000-riel denomination also requires that only half as many bills be printed as are removed from circulation, thereby saving the usage of paper, she added."

2,000 riels (US$0.50), 2007. Introduced 03.01.2008. Green, black, and yellow. Gate of Preah Vihear temple on front; farmers harvesting rice with palm trees and Angkor Wat temple in background on back. Signatures (Chea Chanto, Governor; Tha Yao, General Cashier), solid security thread with repeating *NBC*, Bayon sculpture as watermark, embedded colored threads, NATIONALBANKOFCAMBODIA microprinting, and some UV elements. 146 x 68 mm. Also available as perforated specimen with all-zero serial number.

Courtesy of Leszek Porowski.