, Originally reported in mid-February 2016, the Central Bank of Lesotho has introduced a new 200-loti banknote with see-through Optiks thread. B226 (PNL): 200 maloti (US$14)Orange. Front: Basotho hat (mokorotlo) as registration device; King Moshoeshoe II, King Letsie III, and King Moshoeshoe I; coat of arms with crocodile on shield
According to an article dated 17 February 2016 on the PublicEye Online, the Central Bank of Lesotho will soon introduce a new 200-loti banknote as soon as all the necessary formalities are completed. Currently the largest denomination is 100 maloti (B225, introduced in 2011). Courtesy of Cleo Phas.
The Lesotho chapter of The Banknote Book is now available for individual sale and as a free download to subscribers. This 10-page catalog covers notes issued by the Lesotho Monetary Authority in 1979, and the Central Bank of Lesotho from 1981 to present. Revised 20 April 2016. Each chapter of
Today’s challenge is to identify the following plants and flowers from Lesotho’s banknotes. If you can precisely identify the proper name of any of the following—or have a lead which you think might be useful—please post a comment, preferably including a URL which links to evidence supporting your identification. This