According to an article in The Baltic Times dated 20 December 2006: “Due to the ever-retreating prospects of joining the euro currency zone, the central Bank of Estonia has announced it will print a new round of bank notes. The currency supply was expected to be phased out and replaced
Orange, brown, and green. Front: English text; sand dollar as registration device; gold foil bird; map; Roland T. Symonette. Back: English text; Central Bank building headquarters in Nassau with flags and palm trees; coat of arms. Solid security thread and 3-mm windowed security thread with demetalized BAHAMAS. Watermark: Roland T.
, 1,000 vatu, ND (2006). Like Pick 10, but without overprint of seal for 25th anniversary of independence. Arms with Melanesian chief standing with spear, flanked by “VT” as latent image. Signatures: Odo Tevi, Governor; Moana Carcasse Kalosil, Minister of Finance. Melanesian male head as wmk, “FF” serial number prefix,
Orange, green, red, blue, yellow, and violet. Front: Romanian text; coat of arms; open book with page from poems Self-portrait and 9 May 1895; inkwell as registration device; poppy flowers; BNR monogram; Lucian Blaga. Back: Romanian text; BNR monogram; neolithic statue of the Thinker of Hamangia; rainbow; water mill with
According to a November 28, 2006, article in the Norway Post, the Norges Bank will cease printing Norwegian banknotes in 2007. Central Bank director Harald Boehn says the bank is unable to produce notes as economically as printers abroad. Norges Bank has entered into agreements for the delivery of notes
, 1,000 pesos (US$0.45), 1° de noviembre de 2005. Issued November 17, 2006. Like Pick 450, but new date, new signatures (unknown, Gerente General; unknown, Gerente Ejecutivo), and smaller size. 130 x 65 mm. 2,000 pesos (US$0.90), 7 de marzo de 2005. Issued November 17, 2006. Like Pick 451, but
Today the National Bank of Kazakhstan began issuing a new series of notes. This completely redesigned series share similar design elements on front (vertical format) and back (horizontal), distinguished primarily by different color schemes and printed denominations. The previous series (Pick 20 – 27) featuring a portrait of Al-Farabi will
The Bank of Mexico plans to issue a new family of banknotes designed primarily to improve security and ease identification by the blind through the use of different tactile marks and varying sizes for each denomination. The first note of this new series is the $50 (US$4.60), details of which