According to an Egypt Independent article dated 10 January 2020, the Central Bank of Egypt plans to print new 10-pound polymer notes (current paper note, B337a, shown above) after moving its headquarters and printing facility to Egypt’s New Administrative Capital being built to the east of Cairo.
According to an article in AhramOnline dated 5 December 2018, the Central Bank of Egypt plans to introduce polymer banknotes by 2020 to ease cash movement, reduce printing costs, and improve the quality of notes. Courtesy of Aditya Kulkarni.
The United Arab Republic chapter of The Banknote Book is now available for individual sale and as a free download to subscribers. This 5-page catalog covers notes of the Central Bank of the United Arab Republic dated 1958 and the Egyptian/UAR Government issues from 1958 to 1961. Revised 12 December
According to various articles, on 3 November 2016 Egypt floated its currency after a 48 percent devaluation of the Egyptian pound. With this move, the face value of its largest banknote, the 200-pound note (B335), falls to just US$13. Expect prices of modern Egyptian notes to be volatile until the