The Central Bank of Sudan has published the specifications of its new banknotes of 100 (SDG100.1) and 200 Sudanese pounds (SDG200.1).
Under the provisions of Article 6 / A of the Central Bank of Sudan Law of 2002 and its subsequent amendments and based on the powers and responsibilities of the Central Bank of Sudan and its responsibilities in protecting the national currency and stabilizing the exchange rate and helping to achieve economic stability, the Central Bank of Sudan hereby announces to the public that it has introduced categories of currency A new category of two hundred and one hundred pounds with the following specifications, colors and insurance marks:
The new 200 Sudanese pounds banknote carries the following security devices and marks:
- Main motif: Tourism.
- The primary color is green.
- Watermark: CBOS and number 200.
- The front includes landscape imagery (waterfall of Mount Marra) and birds.
- Figure 200 at the top left and right-hand.
- “Central Bank of Sudan” and “Two hundred Sudanese pounds” in intaglio.)
- A variable color image CBOS
- The blind mark on the right and left of the paper
- The serial number of the paper is on the top right and bottom left
- The image of the right-hand leaf with variable color inks when tilting the paper
- The background of the banknote includes a picture of fish and coral reefs
The new 100 LE banknotes carries the following insurance specifications and marks:
- Main motif: Civilization.
- The basic color is brown.
- Watermark: Sakr Aljdian and number 100.
- The front includes the image of the pyramids.
- Figure 100 on the top left and turn right.
- The image of the pyramids and the two phrases “Central Bank of Sudan” and “One hundred Sudanese pounds” in intaglio.
- The serial number of the banknote is on the top right and bottom left.
- Isotopes (Pyramids Gate).
- The image of the pyramid in the right of the note in variable color ink when tilting the note.
- Movable locking tape.
- The background of the note includes a picture of the Meroe dams, the Roussiris, the Atabara and the Cité.
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