According to an Albawaba Business article dated 7 June 2016, the Central Bank of Egypt’s printing house has begun producing 500 million new 1-pound banknotes to alleviate a shortage of small change. The new notes are expected to be identical to the 1-pound note (B316) which has not been produced
B341 (P77): 200 pounds (US$11) Purple, green, and brown. Front: Arabic text; denomination in SPARK; denomination as registration device; Qani Bay mosque in Cairo. Back: English text; statue of the Seated Scribe; cartouche with “Egypt is Peace” in hieroglyphics. Motion windowed security thread. 1.5-mm wide solid security thread with demetalized
B340 (P76): 100 pounds (US$5.55) Green, orange, purple, and brown. Front: Arabic text; Eye of Horus as registration device; denomination in SPARK; Sultan Hassan mosque in Cairo. Back: English text; Great Sphinx of Giza; hieroglyphics of Kemet (black soil), ancient name of Egypt; Eye of Horus. Motion windowed security thread.