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
, 5,000 dinars, 2002/AH1422. Peach and pink, orange on back. “BS” latent image in upper left, dome with tower wmk, registration device, holographic strip at far right. People’s Palace in Khartoum. Sail boat, headquarters of the Bank of Sudan, windowed security thread on back. 140 x 65 mm. Courtesy of
, 500 francs, 2006. Issued September 2006. Pink, blue, green, and m/c. Lemur at center. Security thread, registration device, four stars with half-moon wmk. Signatures: unknown, Le President Du Conseil D’Administration; unknown, Le Gouverneur. Flowers on back. Printer: Banque de France (without imprint). Courtesy of Paul van Bodegraven.
The following text is from a press release issued by the Central Bank of The Gambia on 14 July 2006:“As part of continuing efforts to improve the security, durability and aesthetic quality of The Gambia’s banknotes, the Central Bank of The Gambia is pleased to announce the introduction of new
B122 (P28): 50 pula (demonetized 31.12.2014) Brown. Front: English text; Seretse Khama; malachite kingfisher bird; coat of arms with zebras and shield. Back: Setswana text; man poling mokoro; Okavango Delta swamps; African fish eagle. Holographic patch. Solid security thread and StarChrome windowed security thread with demetalized BOB 50. Watermark: Rearing