B219 (PNL): 10,000 so’m (som) (US$1.05) Blue, purple, and pink. Front: Uzbek text; denomination in gold-to-green OVI; Tashkent gate as registration device; Ko’kaldosh Madrasasi in Tashkent; caravan routes on map of Uzbekistan; textile patterns; coat of arms. Back: Uzbek text; Shoshtepa archaeological monument; 10th-century tray (lyagan) and jug from Tashkent;
B218 (PNL): 5,000 so’m (som) (US$0.55) Green, brown, and blue. Front: Uzbek text; denomination in magenta-to-green OVI; winged leopard as registration device; Sherdor Madrasasi in Samarqand; caravan routes on map of Uzbekistan; textile patterns; coat of arms. Back: Uzbek text; Afrosiyob archaeological monument; 10th-century tray and jug from Afrosiab; winged
B220 (PNL): 20,000 so’m (som) (US$2.00)Blue, purple, and brown. Front: Uzbek text; denomination in red-to-green OVI; embroidery design as registration device; Jonbox-qal’a archaeological monument; caravan routes on map of Uzbekistan; textile patterns; coat of arms. Back: Uzbek text; 6th-century pottery from Aral and Caspian Seas; embroidery design. 3-mm wide windowed
B217 (PNL): 2,000 so’m (som) (US$0.20)Red, pink, yellow, green, and blue. Front: Uzbek text; denomination in green-to-gold OVI; camel as registration device; Bukhara Arch; caravan routes on map of Uzbekistan; Honatlas textile patterns; coat of arms. Back: Uzbek text; Varahsha ruins of the ancient caravan route Poykend; clay pot and
According to an article in Azernews dated 25 September 2018, the Central Bank of the Republic of Uzbekistan has denied rumors that it intends to issue a 100,000-som banknote. At present the largest denomination in circulation is the 50,000-som note (B215) introduced in 2017.
, According to a press release dated 3 March 2017, on 10 March 2017 the Central Bank of Uzbekistan Republic introduced a new 10,000-som note (B214), double the value of the previous largest denomination in the country, yet still worth only US$2.95 at present exchange rates. Courtesy of Hartmut Fraunhoffer
According to press reports, the Central Bank of Uzbekistan plans to introduce a new 10,000-som note, although when remains a mystery. The back of the reported note features the statue of Amir Temur in Shahrisabz. Currently the largest denomination is the 5,000-som note (B213) introduced in 2013, and worth only
, The Banknote Register: CIS and Baltic Countries1991-2016, General IssuesSecond edition (English) Author: Dmitry Zagorenko (IBNS #11608, General Secretary of the Russian Chapter of IBNS).Editor: Dmitry Litvak (IBNS LM #204, President of the Russian Chapter of IBNS).Format: A4. Weight: 1,5 Kg.Hard cover with pressed gilding and book jacket band.344 full-color