This 20-leu note commemorates Ecaterinei Teodoroiu, a heroine of Romania who fought and died in World War I. It was introduced on 1 December 2021, when the country celebrates its national day. It is the first legal tender Romanian banknote which features a female personality. B293 (PNL): 20 lei (US$6.00)
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;
According to a press release dated 6 December 2021, the European Central Bank plans to redesign euro banknotes by 2024. Courtesy of Christof Zellweger and Mark Irwin.
According to a press release dated 7 December 2021, the Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates has introduced a 50-dirham note to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of the union which was established on 2 December 1971. This is the first polymer note issued by the United Arab Emirates. B253
This 20-pataca note commemorates the XXIV Olympic Winter Games to be held from 4 to 20 February 2022 in Beijing. Macau residents are allowed to purchase two notes each at face value. B236 (PNL): 20 patacas (US$2.50) Purple, yellow, and red. Front: Chinese and Portuguese text; Banco da China headquarters