,,,,,,, On February 28, 2007, the Central Bank of Nigeria issued redesigned notes for the denominations of 5, 10, 20, and 50 naira. 5 naira (US$0.05), 2006. Issued February 28, 2007. Purple. Alhaji Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa portrait, coat of arms, arms and CBN as wmk, signature 14 (Charles C.
B213 (P69): 500 escudos (US$5.40) Green, yellow, and red. Front (vertical): Portuguese text; chemist Roberto Duarte Silva; chemical symbols; serpent wrapped around a chalice; mortar and pestle registration device; coat of arms. Back (vertical): Portuguese text; Trapiches – Ilha de Santo Antão (sugar cane press island of Santo Antão); mortar
,,,,, The Central Bank of Sudan issued the first three denominations of a new family of six Sudanese pound bank notes on January 9, 2007. The design of the new currency reflects the unity, cultural diversity, peace, and industrial development in Sudan. The 2-, 20-, and 100-pound notes are scheduled
Collector Steve Milner (IBNS member 8137) has discovered a new variety in the Zimbabwe $10,000 note dated 1st August 2006 that differs slightly from the first release with AA serial number prefix. The new AB prefix variety has a space between “10” and “000” in the denominations printed in all