According to a United States Department of State press statement dated 29 May 2020, “The United States commends the Government of the Republic of Malta’s announcement May 26 of its seizure of $1.1 billion of counterfeit Libyan currency printed by Joint Stock Company Goznak—a Russian state-owned company—and ordered by an
B194 (PNL): 10 dollarsRed. Front: English text; Chiremba balancing rocks in Epworth; Zimbabwe bird on star as registration device. Back: English text; Zimbabwe bird on star; New Reserve Bank Tower, Harare, Zimbabwe; Cape buffalo. Windowed security thread with demetalized RBZ 10. Watermark: Zimbabwe bird and vertical RBZ 10 electrotype. Printer:
According to a press release dated 15 May 2020, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has officially introduced new 10- and 20-dollar notes (B194a and B195a) on 14 May 2020, but they won’t enter circulation until 19 May and June, respectively. B194 (PNL): 10 dollars Red. Front: English text; Chiremba balancing
On 21 March 2020, the Bank of Namibia unveiled a new 30-dollar polymer note to commemorate the 30th anniversary of independence. The theme of the note is “3 Decades of Peace and Stability,” represented by the smooth transition of power between the three presidents since independence. According to a press
Courtesy of Heinrich Lindner.
According to an article on NewsdzeZimbabwe dated 9 May 2020, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe plans to introduce up to $600 million worth of new 10- and 20-dollar notes “in the next few weeks.” The designs have already been approved and printing is underway.
According to a press release dated 5 May 2020, the Central Bank of Liberia has awarded a contract to Crane Currency to supply new banknotes. Crane previously printed the current family of notes (B311 – B316) without imprint. Courtesy of Ivan Bogdanov (bonistics.org).