, 200 pesos oro (US$5.95), 2007. First-ever RD$200 denomination. Issued October 2007. Magenta and gray. Portrait of three Mirabal sisters on front. Mirabal monument, tree, and national flag on back. Printer: De La Rue. Courtesy of Claudio Marana.
, 20 gourdes (US$0.50), 2001. Issued December 2007. Like commemorative P271, but legal tender, straight black serial numbers, silver foils around center wreath, and different holographic strip at right. Courtesy of Claudio Marana.
According to an 8 January 2008 article on China View, “The Cambodian National Bank has issued a new 2,000-riel bank note to refresh currency supplies and simplify cash payments, the Cambodia Daily newspaper said Tuesday. Roughly equivalent to half a U.S. dollar, the new note depicts an image of the
Orange, brown, and blue. Front: English text; sand dollar as registration device; gold foil galleon; map; Columbus statue; Cecil Wallace-Whitfield. Back: English text; Junkanoo dancers; coat of arms. Solid security thread and 3-mm windowed security thread with demetalized BAHAMAS. Watermark: Cecil Wallace-Whitfield with electrotype 5 and Cornerstones. Printer: DE LA
1 dinar (US$1.40), AH1427/2006. Like B229b, but new date and new signatures. 5 dinars (US$7.05), AH1427/2006. Like B230a, but new date and new signatures. 20 dinars (US$28.25), AH1427/2006. Like B233a, but new date and new signatures. 50 dinars (US$70.65), AH1428/2007. Like B234c, but new date and new signatures. Courtesy of
On December 22, 2007, the Trans-Dniester Republican Bank issued a new series of banknotes (B209a – B214a). The new notes feature the same people and places as the old notes, but the images have been modified to extend to the border. Furthermore, anti-counterfeiting features have been enhanced with the inclusion