Orange, brown, and blue. Front: English text; sand dollar as registration device; gold foil galleon; map; Columbus statue; Cecil Wallace-Whitfield. Back: English text; Junkanoo dancers; coat of arms. Solid security thread and 3-mm windowed security thread with demetalized BAHAMAS. Watermark: Cecil Wallace-Whitfield with electrotype 5 and Cornerstones. Printer: DE LA
1 dinar (US$1.40), AH1427/2006. Like B229b, but new date and new signatures. 5 dinars (US$7.05), AH1427/2006. Like B230a, but new date and new signatures. 20 dinars (US$28.25), AH1427/2006. Like B233a, but new date and new signatures. 50 dinars (US$70.65), AH1428/2007. Like B234c, but new date and new signatures. Courtesy of
On December 22, 2007, the Trans-Dniester Republican Bank issued a new series of banknotes (B209a – B214a). The new notes feature the same people and places as the old notes, but the images have been modified to extend to the border. Furthermore, anti-counterfeiting features have been enhanced with the inclusion
In December 2007, the National Bank of Serbia announced a design competition open to the public to create a new banknote series containing nine denominations: 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1,000, 2,000, and 5,000 dinars. The new notes aren’t expected to be issued until 2010.
B141 (P50): 250,000 dollars Green and brown. Front: English text; RBZ logo. Back: English text; Great Zimbabwe ruins. Solid security thread with demetalized RBZ. Watermark: Zimbabwe bird Type C and electrotype RBZ. Printer: (Fidelity Printers). 148 x 74 mm. Paper. a. 20th December 2007. Sig. 5: Gono. B142 (P51): 500,000
, 2,000 francs (US$3.70), 31-10-2007. Issued mid-December 2007. Violet. Satellite dish and tower on front. Coffee beans on back. Holographic stripe at left, BNR as electrotype watermark and latent image, 2000 as registration device, fluorescent fibers, microtext, windowed security thread with 2000 repeating, signatures (Francois Kanimba, Governor; unknown, Vice Governor).
, 50 ringgit (US$14.95), 2007. 20,000 special sets issued 26.12.2007 for RM60, and at face without packaging starting January 30, 2008. Green-blue. Portrait of the first king, Tuanku Abdul Rahman ibni Tuanku Muhammad at right, national flower hibiscus at center, songket weaving patterns in background and edges, signature (Tan Sri