According to an article on Lentra.ru dated 8 December 2014, the Central Bank of the Russian Federation has confirmed it intends to may issue a 100-ruble banknote commemorating the Crimea in 2015. Courtesy of Albert Vokhmin.
1 yuan, 1999. Like P895, but letter, number, number, letter prefix. 10 yuan, 2005. Like 904, but letter, number, letter, number prefix. 100 yuan, 2005. Like 907, but letter number, number, letter prefix. Courtesy of Max Keller.
According to an article in Korea Times dated 24 June 2014, Korea Minting, Security Printing & ID Card Operating Corp. (KOMSCO) has seen its production volume halved over the past five years, and hopes to utilize excess capacity by obtaining contracts to print banknotes for other countries. Countries for which
According to an article in Pravda dated 24 June 2014, Goznak does not plan to introduce polymer banknotes in Russia. Goznak General Director Arkady Trachuk said, “From the point of view of duration, price and quality, paper money is usually more effective than plastic money,” but admitted that polymer notes