, 1,000 korun (US$60.65), 2008. To be issued April 1, 2008. Like P15, but new date, new signature (Tůma, GUVERNER), and many additional security features, including bichrome patterned iridescent strip of overlapping gold and blue, Omron rings, 1000 and linden leaf added as electrotype watermark, 3.0-mm windowed puce-to-green security thread
,,, On December 29, 2006, the Bank of Lithuania announced plans to order 50 million 10-litas notes, 45 million 50-litas notes, and 50 million 100-litas notes. On March 5, 2008, both the 10- (US$4.40) and 100-litas (US$43.95) notes dated 2007 were issued with additional security features. Previous 10-litas notes dated
,,,,, According to a February 12, 2008 report in Drinks International, the Bank of Ireland will issue 5-, 10-, and 20-pound notes, the backs of which feature the Diageo’s Bushmills whiskey distillery in celebration of the distillery’s 400th anniversary. Stephen Kirkpatrick, chief executive of Bank of Ireland Northern Ireland, said:
20 pounds (US$39.10), 24th JUNE 2006. Front like P229E, back like P221, but new date. Anyone interested in buying this note can contact the contributor by clicking the link below. Be sure to say you saw it mentioned here on Banknotenews.com. Courtesy of Barry Boswell (www.collectpapermoney.co.uk).
,,,,, 5 pounds (US$10.45), 1st JANUARY 2007. Like P335, but new date, new typeface for Ulster Bank Limited, Royal Bank of Scotland logo added, and new signature (Cormac McCarthy, GROUP CHIEF EXECUTIVE). Printer: DE LA RUE. 10 pounds (US$19.60), 1st JANUARY 2007. Like P336, but new date, new typeface for
, 200 kroner (US$33.20), 2006. Like P50, but new date, and new new signatures (Svein Gjedrem, Governor; Trond Eklund, Cashier’s Department Director). 500 kroner (US$92.10), 2005. Like P51, but new date, and new new signatures (Svein Gjedrem, Governor; Trond Eklund, Cashier’s Department Director). 1,000 kroner (US$184.20), 2004. Like P52, but
B230 (P88): 100 krooni (US$7.10) Blue. Front: Estonian text; poet and playwright Lydia Koidula; nightingale bird from Koidula’s “Emajõe Ööbik” (The Nightingale of the Emajõgi River); bank logo. Back: Estonian text; lines from Koidula’s “Unenägu” (Dream); stormy waves crashing against a limestone cliff. Holographic stripe. Wide solid security thread with
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.