According to a press release, the Central Bank of the Republic of Uzbekistan introduced a new 200,000-som note on 15 July 2022. B223 (PNL): 200,000 so’m (som) (US$22) Turquoise, orange, green, purple, and red. Front: Uzbek text; registration device; Xudoyorxon O’rdasi (Khan’s Palace) in Kokand, Fergana region; caravan routes on
According to an article in Sputnik News dated 20 January 2022, the Central Bank of Republic of Uzbekistan plans to introduce a 200,000-som banknote in 2024.
B219.5 (PNL): 100 somoni (US$10) Brown, blue, yellow, red, and green. Front: Tajik text; coat of arms; Ismoil Somoni, founder of the first centralized state; bank logo as registration device. Back: English and Tajik text; bank logo; Kohi Navruz (КОХИ НАВУЗ); flag. Holographic stripe with Ismoil Somoni, denomination, and coat
According to a press release, the Central Bank of the Republic of Uzbekistan planned to introduce a new 100,000-som note on 22 December 2021. B222 (PNL): 100,000 so’m (som) (US$11) Yellow, orange, green, pink, and brown. Front: Uzbek text; minaret of Ichan Qal’a museum as registration device; Ichan Qal’a museum
On this note commemorating the 30th anniversary of independence, the country name is transliterated as Qazaqstan. B152 (PNL): 20,000 теңге (tenge) (US$52) Gray. Front (vertical): Kazakh text; national emblem; President Nursultan Äbishuly Nazarbayev hologram; Mangilik El monumental arch; flying doves and Kazakh Eli monument in Astana; flag. Back: Kazakh text;
B219 (PNL): 10,000 so’m (som) (US$1.05) Blue, purple, and pink. Front: Uzbek text; denomination in gold-to-green OVI; Tashkent gate as registration device; Ko’kaldosh Madrasasi in Tashkent; caravan routes on map of Uzbekistan; textile patterns; coat of arms. Back: Uzbek text; Shoshtepa archaeological monument; 10th-century tray (lyagan) and jug from Tashkent;