All denominations (CBL B6-B10, respectively) have been confirmed dated 2011 with two varieties. The first variety is plain, and the second variety has the denomination spelled out in pearlescent ink on tne watermark area on front. The 5- to 20-dollar notes also have pearlescent designs added around the border on
50 dollars, 2006. Like CBL B9, but new date and signatures (Antoinette Sayeh and Joseph Mills Jones). Courtesy of Andrew Roberts.
5 dollars (US$0.05), 2011. Like CBL B6e, but new date. 100 dollars (US$1.40), 2011. Like CBL B10e, but new date and pearlescent ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS added on watermark area on front; pearlescent map added above signature at right on front. WIth the confirmation of these two notes, all denominations have
10 dollars (US$0.15), 2011. Like CBL B7 (P27), but new date. Courtesy of Collect Numis (http://stores.ebay.com/COLLECTNUMIS-NET).
Today’s challenge is to identify the crossed objects which appear in the seal of the Central Bank of Liberia (and previously the National Bank of Liberia). If you can precisely identify the name of these objects—or have a lead which you think might be useful—please post a comment, preferably including