A new Cuban 1-peso note has been reported. At first glance, this appears to be just a new date (2003 versus 2002) variety. However, closer examination reveals subtle differences. On the front, the series letters (GD in example above) are green, not red. On the back, the yellow underprint
Banco Central de Nicaragua has replaced the 10-cordobas note (B488a) with a coin, and released a new series of 20-, 50-, 100-, and 500-cordobas notes. This new series is identical to the 2002 issue (B489a – B492a), except for the new date (10 de Marzo de 2006) and new signatures
The central Bank of Estonia has issued a new series of 2- and 10-krooni bank notes with a few renewed security features. Existing notes of the same denomination remain legal tender.”Until now the latest Estonian bank notes were the 25-kroon notes printed in 2002. The new 2- and 10-kroon bank
,, Slovenia adopts the euro tomorrow, so it’s fitting that we report on a half dozen previously unlisted date/signature combos: 200 tolars (US$1.10), 15. Januar 2004. Issued August 2, 2004. Like Pick 15, but new date and signatures (Mitja Gaspari, Guverner; Samo Nucic, Clan Sveta Banke). 1,000 tolars ($5.50), 15.
,, On December 29, 2006, the Bank of Lithuania announced plans to order 50 million 10-litas notes, 45 million 50-litas notes, and 50 million 100-litas notes. Both the 10- (US$3.80) and 100-litas (US$38.15) notes will contain additional security features, and therefore the new year of issue will be 2007. The
B203 (P31): 500 dollars (US$360) Orange. Front: Malay text; Misai kucing (orthosiphon aristatus) java tea flowers; Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin III wearing uniform and cap; coat of arms. Back: English and Malay text; Omar Ali Saifuddin mosque in Bandar Seri Begawan; lagoon; Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Foundation (Yayasan) building. No
B595 (P112): 20 quetzales (US$2.60) Violet, light blue, green, purple, and black. Front: Spanish text; flying quetzal bird; Mayan man with potted flower as registration device; stylized temple; forefather and head of state, Mariano Gálvez; embossed glyph. Back: Spanish text; Mayan carving; standing and seated delegates signing the declaration of