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A banknote ( more commonly known as a bill in the United States and Canada ) is a type of currency, and commonly used as legal tender in many jurisdictions.
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There is a banknote for 500 Latvian lats which is currently one of the most valuable notes in the world, as it is worth more than $ 1000, but it is unlikely to be accepted outside of Latvia.
The banknote is more durable than paper, won't become soaked in liquids and is harder to counterfeit, though not impossible.
The use of electronic scoring mechanisms has allowed carnival or arcade attendants to take a more passive role, simply exchanging prizes for electronically dispensed coupons and occasionally emptying out the coin boxes or banknote acceptors of the more popular games.
A more standardized approach is adopted across all banknote denominations, with features noticeably differing from all previous series.
The discovery of several more gold articles, as well as the banknote, hidden in the wainscoting and in Courvoisier's pantry cemented their suspicion of the valet.
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Nevertheless, payment with Luxembourgish banknotes were commonly denied by shopkeepers in Belgium, either by ignorance or by fear that their other customers would refuse the banknotes ( again, either by ignorance or fear of being denied payment with it later ), forcing them to go through the hassle of a trip to their bank to redeem the value of the banknote.
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A banknote ( often known as a bill, paper money or simply a note ) is a type of negotiable instrument known as a promissory note, made by a bank, payable to the bearer on demand.
However the first known banknote was first developed in China during the Tang and Song dynasties, starting in the 7th century.
In 1881, Empress Jingū became the first woman to be featured on a Japanese banknote ; however, since no actual images of this legendary figure are known to exist, the representation of Jingū which was artistically contrived by Edoardo Chiossone is entirely conjectural.
** the new 10, 000 Iraqi dinar banknote has Abu Ali Hasan Ibn al-Haitham ( known as Alhazen to medieval scholars in the West ) on the front and Hadba Minaret on the back.
The new piece of land thus recovered came to be known as Konkan meaning piece of earth or corner of earth, kōṇa ( corner )+ kaṇa ( piece ). This legend has been mentioned in Sahyadrikhanda of the Skanda Purana. Language panel on an Indian banknote, depicting Konkani, sixth from top
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She is also the first Filipina who appears on a Philippine peso banknote, in this case, a 100-peso bill from the English Series ( 1951 – 1966 ).
Since 1990, Iorga's face is featured on a highly circulated Romanian leu bill: the 10, 000 lei banknote, which became the 1 leu bill following a 2005 monetary reform.
Ivan Cankar on the 10, 000 Slovenian tolar | tolar bill, highest value banknote in Slovenia between 1994 and 2007
The feature indicates the banknote denomination in the upper right corner of the face side of the bill using a series of raised dots.
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A Federal Reserve Note, also a United States banknote or U. S. banknote, is a type of banknote used in the United States of America.
In most countries of the world the issue of banknotes is handled exclusively by a single central bank or government, but in the United Kingdom seven retail banks have the right to print their own banknotes in addition to the Bank of England ; sterling banknote issue is thus not automatically tied in with one national identity or the activity of the state.
Counterfeit banknote detection pens are used to detect counterfeit Swiss franc, euro and United States banknotes amongst others.
In November 2006 Ulster Bank issued its first commemorative banknote – an issue of one million £ 5 notes commemorating the first anniversary of the death of the former Northern Ireland and Manchester United footballer, George Best.
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* In 1961, the Banque Centrale des États de l ’ Afrique Équatoriale et du Cameroun ( Central Bank of Equatorial African States and Cameroon ) issued a 100-franc banknote featuring his portrait.
banknote and Canada
This scene was pictured on the back of the $ 20 Canadian banknote, in the 1969 – 1979 (" Scenes of Canada ") series.
* March 11-The Bank of Canada issued a $ 500 banknote with Sir John A. Macdonald's portrait and a C $ 1, 000 note with Sir Wilfrid Laurier's portrait
In November 2011 Canada joined the list of countries using polymer currency as it began the rollout of a new banknote series.
This banknote was part of the fourth series of banknotes released by the Bank of Canada entitled " Scenes of Canada ".
The Canadian five-dollar note is currently the lowest denomination banknote issued by the Bank of Canada.
Canada released its first polymer banknote ($ 100 ) on 14 November 2011, followed by the $ 50 banknote on 26 March 2012.
The most recent banknote series that included the $ 1 note was the 1969-1979 Series, " Scenes of Canada ", with the $ 1 note released in 1974, coloured green and black.
The most recent banknote series that included the two-dollar note was released in 1986 ( the " Birds of Canada " series ), in which the two was a terra cotta colour.
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* 1960 – The Reserve Bank of Australia, the country's central bank and banknote issuing authority, is established.
The highest-denomination banknote is the 200 nuevos soles note ; the lowest-denomination coin is the rarely-used 5 céntimos coin.
An alabaster statue of Isis from the 3rd century BCE, found in Ohrid, in the Republic of Macedonia, is depicted on the obverse of the Macedonian 10 denars banknote, issued in 1996.
The banknote is retained because the entity values it as a store of value because of mistrust of the local currency.
The Swiss 1000 franc note is probably the only other banknote that is in circulation outside of its home country.
A poppy flower is depicted on the reverse of the Macedonian 500 denars banknote, issued in 1996 and 2003.
For example, the five thousand-peso banknote is sometimes called a gabriela ( for Gabriela Mistral ), the ten thousand-peso banknote arturo or arturito ( for Arturo Prat, arturito meaning " little Arturo "); the one thousand-peso note is frequently referred as luca, meaning a thousand, therefore, the two thousand-peso note can be referred as two luca note, five thousand-peso note as five luca note, ten thousand as ten luca note, 1 million pesos as a guatón or palo, and so on.