New banknotes and notaphilic news

Egypt

The Governor of the Central Bank of Egypt, Tarek Amer, has announced some days ago, that the new 10 Pound notes planned for introduction in 2020 will be printed on polymer substrate.

Source: www.mriguide.com

Yemen

The Central Bank of Yemen has announced, that a new 100 Riyal banknote printed in Russia will be introduced in 2019. Very likely the 50 Riyal note will be replaced by a coin.

Source: www.mriguide.com

Mauritius

The Bank of Mauritius has introduced a new 2.000 Rupees banknote similar to the currently circulating one but printed on polymer substrate.

Source: www.mriguide.com

Transnistria

The commemorative issues introduced by the Bank of Transnistria since approx. 2014 have just been published on this website. Follow this link for more details.

United Arab Emirates

The United Arab Emirates Central Bank has announced, that it will issue a new commemorative note (100 Dirhams) to celebrate the Year of Zayed.

Source: www.mriguide.com

Romania

On 1. December 2018 the Romanian National Bank has introduced a new commemorative banknote (100 Lei) celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the unification of Transylvania, Bessarabia and Bukovina with the Romanian Kingdom in 1918.

Source: www.mriguide.com and Bank of Romania

China

The Bank of the China People's Republic will introduce a new commemorative note (50 Yüan) on 28. December 2018. The note commemorates the 70th Anniversary of the Chinese Yüan.

Source: www.banknotenews.com

Abkhazia

The National Bank of Abkhazia has introduced its first commemorative note a few weeks ago. Follow this link for more details.

Canada

  

The new Canadian 10 Dollars banknote featuring the Nova Scotian businesswoman Viola Desmond has been introduced today.

Source: www.mriguide.com and Bank of Canada.

Armenia

According to the Central Bank of Armenia a new family of banknotes will be introduced on 22. November 2018.

Source: www.mriguide.com

Algeria

The governor of the Central Bank of Algeria announced, that new banknotes of 500 and 1.000 Dinars with enhanced security features will be introduced in the near future.

Source: www.mriguide.com

Yugoslavia

The last series of circulating banknotes in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1992 - 2006) has been published on this website. Follow this link to view the notes. The Yugoslav Dinar (YUM) was dropped in 2003 on the territory of Montenegro, where the Euro is used now. On the territory of Serbia the Yugoslav Dinar (YUM) has been replaced by the Serbian Dinar (RSD).

Ukraine

The currently circulating banknotes of Ukraine have been published on this website. Follow this link to view the notes.

Guinea

The governor of the Central Bank of Guinea announced, that new banknotes of 10.000 and 20.000 Francs with reduced dimensions will be introduced in the near future.

Source: www.mriguide.com and Africa Tribune

Guernsey

The States of Guernsey have introduced a new 20 Pounds banknote to commemorate the Centenary of the end of World War I.

Source: www.mriguide.com and The States of Guerney

Zambia

The Bank of Zambia will introduce upgraded banknotes of 10 to 100 Kwacha on 10. November.

Source: www.mriguide.com

Northern Ireland

The Bank of Ireland as well as the Danske Bank confirmed plans to introduce polymer banknotes early next year.

Source: www.mriguide.com

Tajikistan

The National Bank of Tajikistan intends to introduce new banknotes with enhanced security features.

Source: www.mriguide.com

England

The Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, confirmed that a scientist will be pictured on the forthcoming 50 Pounds note printed on polymer substrate.

Source: www.mriguide.com

Armenia

A new series of banknotes printed on hybrid substrate is expected to be released in November 2018. The exact date is yet to be anounced. These new notes will circulate in parallel with the current ones.

Source: www.mriguide.com