Like B511, but with new portrait engraving and new date. B520 (PNL): 5,000 kip (US$0.60) Brown. Front: Lao text; Kaysone Phomvihane; Wat That Luang stupa in Vientiane; coat of arms. Back: Lao text; cement factory. Solid security thread with demetalized 5000 and Lao text. Watermark: Wat That Luang stupa. Printer:
According tp a report on J&C Expat Services dated 29 November 2011, the Bank of the Lao PDR has released a new 2,000-kip (US$0.25) note dated 2011, marking the 36th anniversary of the founding of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic and the birthday of the late President Kaysone Phomvihane on
On 15 November 2010, the Bank Of the Lao PDR introduced a new 100,000-kip (US$12.45) banknote and several coins to commemorate the 450th anniversary of the capital, Vientiane, and the 35th anniversary of the establishment of the Lao PDR. Further details are available in this press release, currently available in
We’ve received confirmation from the Bank of the Lao PDR that in November it began withdrawing the 1,000-kip (US$0.10) note which it had introduced just this past October. The bank representative stated only that it was done at “the government’s discretion,” because the note depicts three actual people based upon
1,000 kip (US$0.10) Green and blue. Front: Lao text; three young women; temple; coat of arms. Back: Lao text; dancer; elephant; grazing cattle; power lines. Solid security thread demetalized with Lao text. Watermark: Stupa. Printer: (Bank of the Lao). 144 x 66 mm. Paper. a. 2008. No sig. Intro: 30.10.2008.