According to a press release dated 28 April 2021, “The Swiss National Bank is recalling its eighth-series banknotes as of 30 April 2021. From this date on, the banknotes from the eighth series lose their status as legal tender and can no longer be used for payment purposes. This does
Like B301a, but new signatures (Bright/Saleeby) and new date (2002). Curiously, this confirmation comes almost 20 years after the note was issued. Anyone with 10- or 100-dollar notes dated 2002 are asked to confirm by submitting scans of same. The 20- and 50-dollar notes have been confirmed dated 2002. Courtesy
Like B158e, but new date (1st JANUARY 2019), larger fish at lower left front, new portrait engraving, new screen trap underprint, Cornerstones removed from watermark. Curiously, this note dated 2019 has BS prefix with serial number lower than that of a note dated 2018 with BS prefix. Other 2018 and
The newly renamed Saudi Central Bank, formerly the Saudi Arabia Monetary Authority, introduced a new 200-riyal note on 25 April 2021 to commemorate the fifth anniversary of launching Vision 2030. Courtesy of Charles Toussaint, Cristian Bold, Wada Akina (https://www.buntetsu.net/mbc/), and Mohammed Raihan.