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Issuing authority: Schweizer Nationalbank

Original size: 70 x 151 mm (vertical format)

CH - B359a

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Vorderseite: Hand (drei Finger zeigen in Richtung der 3 Dimensionen des Raumes); Globus mit den Landmassen, wie sie in der späten Kreidezeit verteilt waren.
Rückseite: Teilchenkollision; Teilchendetektor

Front side: Hand (where three fingers point in the three spatial dimensions);  Globe with the earth's land masses as distributed during the late Cretaceous period.
Back side: Particle collision: Particle detector.

B359a

(P-79)

Dated 2016The first two digits of the serial number indicate the year the note was printed.. Signatures of Jean StuderSignature of J. Studer (as Le président du Conseil) and Thomas JordanSignature of T. Jordan (as Un membre de la Direction générale).
Security features include: Swiss flag and globe as watermark. Windowed security thread with demetalized flag and denomination on the back side. Holographic stripe with denomination, map of geological ages of Switzer­land and timeline of formation of the universe on the front side. Swiss cross as registration device. Globe as green SPARK® Live elementSicpa's SPARK Live is a security element based on optical variable magnetic ink. on the front side. Swiss cross as latent image on the front side. Swiss cross in micro perforation. Swiss cross as a transparent window. Omron-rings on the front side. Two horizontal 7-digit serial numbers on the front side. Both have digits of the same size and a 3-digit alphanumeric prefix. Printed by Orell Füssli Security Printing, Switzerland.

Dated 2016The first two digits of the serial number indicate the year the note was printed.. Signatures of Jean StuderSignature of J. Studer (as Le président du Conseil) and Fritz ZurbrüggSignature of F. Zurbrügg (as Un membre de la Direction générale).
Security features and printer information as described above.

Dated 2016The first two digits of the serial number indicate the year the note was printed.. Signatures of Jean StuderSignature of J. Studer (as Le président du Conseil) and Andréa M. MaechlerSignature of A.M. Maechler (as Un membre de la Direction générale).
Security features and printer information as described above.

Remarks

Introduced on 22. August 2018. Designed by Ms. Manuela Pfrunder. Printed on Landquart's three-layer composite substrate Durasafe®. The note focuses on Switzerland's scientific expertise represented by the key motif 'Matter'.