B134 (P28): 2 kina (US$0.60) Green. Front: English text; coat of arms with bird of paradise perched on Kundu drum and ceremonial spear; National Parliament building in Port Moresby. Back: English text; Mount Hagan axe; Kula arm band from Milne Bay Province; engraved dogs’ tooth necklace from Bougainville; Sepik clay
B852 (P123): 200 гривень (hryven) (US$7.70) Pink and blue. Front: Ukrainian text; poet and writer Lesya Ukrainka; coat of arms; building; wreath; denomination as registration device. Back: Ukrainian text; bird; Tower of Lubart’s Castle in Lutsk. Solid security thread with demetalized 200 ГРН and trident. Watermark: Lesya Ukrainka and electrotype
,,, 50 kroner (US$8.30), 2005. Like Pick 46, but new date (on back), new signatures (Svein Gjedrem, Governor; Trond Eklund, Cashier’s Department Director), wider security thread printed Norges Bank, and Omron rings on front. 200 kroner (US$33.20), 2004. Like Pick 50, but new date (last four digits of number in
,,,,,,,,,,, With today’s release of the SAR 50 and 100, the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency has begun circulating its 5th Issue of notes. The new SAR 5 and 10 will appear at the beginning of July, followed by the SAR 500 in September, and ending with the SAR 1 in
100 lats (US$194), 2007. Issued May 21, 2007. Like B228a, but new date, new signature (Rimsevics, Governor), and new security features, including serial number repeated in red in upper front left, horizontal band with 100 in greyish-brown print, 100 at lower left in larger reddish-brown OVI (also heat sensitive), vertical
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).