The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) will issue new $5 polymer notes from 18 May 2007. This is the third denomination in the Portrait Series to be converted from paper into polymer. The $5 polymer notes will circulate alongside the $5 paper notes, both of which will remain legal tender. As
, 10 gourdes (US$0.25), 2006. Like Pick 272, but new date and new signatures (Raymond Magliore, Gouverneur; Philippe W. Lahrens, Gouverneur Adjoint; and Charles Castel, Director General). Courtesy of Garry Saint (www.numismondo.com).
, 20 kina (US$6.60), ND (2006). Like Pick 27, but without commemorative logo at left, and new signatures (Leonard Wilson Kamit, Governor; Simon Tossali, Secretary). Polymer. Courtesy of Thomas Krause.
B334 (P68): 200 pounds (US$11) Purple, green, and brown. Front: Arabic text; denomination as registration device; Qani Bay mosque in Cairo. Back: English text; statue of the Seated Scribe; cartouche with “Egypt is Peace” in hieroglyphics. 3-mm wide windowed thread with demetalized 200 and TWO HUNDRED POUNDS in Arabic. 1.5-mm
On 3 May 2007, the Bank of Ghana unveiled the following new family of notes was scheduled for issuance on 1 July 2007. On the front they all feature the printed date of 1st JULY 2007, an image of Independence Arch, the signature of Governor Dr. Paul Acquah, and a
, 20 pounds (US$10), July 9 2006. Issued May 2007. Dark red. Front: Industrial development theme with wrench, three pyramids, irrigation wheel, and oil drilling platform; map. Back: Bank logo; factory, satellite dishes, and fruit (bananas, papayas, flowers, pineapples, citrus, grapes, corn). Holographic stripe. 2-mm wide windowed security thread with
, 5 pounds (US$2.50), July 9 2006. Issued May 2007. Pink. Front: Future theme with modern architecture and satellite; map. Back: Bank logo; electrical tower; hydroelectric dam; solar panel; wind turbine. 2-mm wide windowed security thread with demetalized CBOS 5 LS and Arabic text. Watermark: Pigeon and electrotype LS 5.