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June Postings 2014

http://worldpolymernotes.blogspot.com/2014/06/papua-new-guines-2013-reprints.html1 June 2014 - Papua New Guinea 2013. These are reprints of the current Parliament series of 2, 10 and 20 Kina. The Parliament series was first issued in 2005 when the 100 Kina was first introduced. These three notes were released in November 2013. These notes bear the signatures of Loi Martin Bakani (Governor) and Simon Tosali (Secretary, Department of Treasury). Apart from these, in 2013 the Central Bank also issued two commemorative notes of 2 and 100 Kina with commemorative logo printed on the front of the notes. These two notes were issued to celebrate the Central Bank 40th Anniversary.

http://americabanknotes.blogspot.com/2001/01/haiti-commemorative.html5 June 2014 - Hati 2001 Commemorative 20 Gourdes. These notes were issued to celebrate the country's constitution bicentenniary. There are three versions of this issue. One was printed with overprint texts to celebrate this special occasion. This note was issued in a folder format. One printed with sliver strip on the right instead of gold in colour and the third one printed with one set of 9-digit serial number on one side. The main design on the back of the note is the country's constitution, and if you can enlarge the note with your scanner, you can actually read the tests printed too, in French of course.

http://europebanknotes.blogspot.com/2014/06/great-britain-five-pounds-queen.html7 June 2014 - Great Britian Five Pounds commemorative. This is a numismatic commemorative issue, released by the Bank of England and the Royal Mint with a five pounds note and a five pounds coin. This commemorative issue was released in 1996 to celebrate the Queen's 70th birthday and as such a special cypher of HM70 was used for the serial number on the note. The design of the banknote was the same as those circulating notes at that time except that it has a special cypher of HM70. This HM70 prefix will not be produced for general circulation. The coin issued together with this note is a five pound crown is in BU condition. This coin is the third in a sequence of commemorative five-pound coins and is also the first United Kingdom coin issued to celebrate the birthday of a reigning monarch. A total sets of 5000 were issued for this special occasion.

http://europebanknotes.blogspot.com/2014/06/poland-2012-2014-new-issues-aa-prefix.html12 June 2014 - Poland full set dated 5.1.2012. Here is a complete set of new notes issued in 2014 from 10 Zloty to 100 Zloty. These notes were introduced into circulation on 7.4.2014. The designs of these notes are the same as those previously issued but with new signatures and additional security features add. One of the most noticeable changes are the tiny little Omron rings added to the notes, on both front and back. In addition to this, the letters of "PWPW" are also printed on the reverse side of all the notes. PWPW or Polish Security Printing Works is the company that printed these notes. The 200 Zloty is not included in this release. These notes replace those previously issued since 1995. However between 2006 and 2009 five newly designed of notes were released to the public as commemorative issues.

http://worldpolymernotes.blogspot.com/2007/08/guatemala.html14 June 2014 - Guatemala One Quetzal. Posted here are 2 x one Quetzal polymer notes reprints with dates of 2011 and 2012. Whilst these two are reprints of the previous issues of 2007 and 2008, the 2012 dated note has at least one minor alteration to the design. The transparent window is now printed with the face of General Jose Maria Orellana Pinto (1872-1926). The General was the country's President between 1921-1926. The prefix and suffix for both notes are the same and so are the signatures too. I have now added these two notes to my previous post.

http://seabanknotes.blogspot.com/2014/06/philippines-2013-100-piso-national-year.html20 June 2014 - Philippines 100 Piso 2013 commemorative. On 18.10.2012, the Philippines President Benigno S Aquino lll declared 2013 the National Year of Rice. The NYR is a government programme led by the Department of Agricultural. The aim of this programme is to achieve rice self sufficiency in the country. Rice is a staple food for more than half the world's population, and rice is also a staple food for the majority of the people in the Philippines as well. This programme involved everyone from the farmers to the end users by encouraging the use of better technologies to increase better quantity and quality of rice and also to reduce consumption wastage among the end users.

http://eastasiabanknotes.blogspot.com/2014/06/north-korea-2009-specimen.html24 June 2014 - North Korea 2009 Specimen notes. Three of the specimen notes of the new Won 2009 issue, These notes are all dated 2008. This is the third series of the North Korean Won since it's inception in 1984. The North Korean Won are only meant for circulation in North Korea only and as such I do not think these notes are negotiable outside the country.

http://asiabanknotes.blogspot.com/2010/10/israel-5-lirot-1968.html28 June 2014 - Israel Five Lirot dated 1968 P34b. There are two varieties of this issue. One printed with black serial number and the later printed with red. Here I have added the second print to my collection. This note is printed with the world famous scientist Albert Einstein. 

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