, P37b: 1,000 francs (US$0.20), 2006. Like Pick 37, but new date, Cornerstone watermarks, and smaller size. 139 x 68 mm. P38b: 5,000 francs (US$0.90), 2006. Like Pick 38, but new date, Cornerstone watermarks, and smaller size. 151 x 76 mm. Courtesy of firstname.lastname@example.org.
On 1 March 2007, Zimbabwe introduced a new Z$5,000 (US$20) temporary bearer cheques to replace the expired version of this denomination. These note carries the issue date of 1st February 2007, with an expiration date of 31st July 2007. 147 x 74 mm. A new Z$50,000 has also been released,
,,,,,,, On February 28, 2007, the Central Bank of Nigeria issued redesigned notes for the denominations of 5, 10, 20, and 50 naira. 5 naira (US$0.05), 2006. Issued February 28, 2007. Purple. Alhaji Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa portrait, coat of arms, arms and CBN as wmk, signature 14 (Charles C.
According to a February 26, 2007, press release, the Swiss National Bank is preparing a new family of banknotes designed by Zurich-based graphic artist Manuela Pfrunder, who placed second in the SNB’s design competition in November 2005. Pfrunder’s original designs for the six denominations (the 10 Swiss franc is shown
B238 (P50): 1,000 rupees (US$9.80) Purple, light green, and light blue. Front: Urdu text; Mohammed Ali Jinnah wearing national dress (sherwani); OVI flag. Back: English text; bank logo; trees, clock tower, and buildings at Islamia College University in Peshawar. Windowed security thread with demetalized 1000. Watermark: Mohammed Ali Jinnah and
B213 (P69): 500 escudos (US$5.40) Green, yellow, and red. Front (vertical): Portuguese text; chemist Roberto Duarte Silva; chemical symbols; serpent wrapped around a chalice; mortar and pestle registration device; coat of arms. Back (vertical): Portuguese text; Trapiches – Ilha de Santo Antão (sugar cane press island of Santo Antão); mortar