Kazakhstan issues new commemorative note

The National Bank of Kazakhstan has issued a new commemorative note of 1000 tenge on 12 December 2013. The note meassures 134 x 70 mm. From the press release:

"Dedicated to Kultegin – the Monument of Turkic Runic Writing – signed by Kelimbetov K.N., the Chairman of the National Bank of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The obverse side of the banknote is a follows: the prevailing images are vertical. The key images are: the monument (Kazak Eli) on the right side of the banknote and images of the flying doves in the bottom right. In the middle of the left part there is a fragment of Kultegin sculpture. In the upper part there are the images of the symbols of state of the Republic of Kazakhstan: the National Emblem and State Flag.

The reverse side is as follows: the prevailing images are horizontal. The key images are: petroglyphic drawings of Turkic warriors and the monument of Turkic writing in the background. Lower left and right top there is a digital notation of the banknote nominal value and in the bottom center there is a literal notation of the nominal value in the Russian language. On the left side there is a holographic band of 12 mm wide with the image of a fragment of the State Flag, the National Bank’s logo and a legend ('Eskertkish tenge').

The circulation of the commemorative banknote of 1,000 tenge is 10,000,000."

Steven Friday 13 December 2013 at 09:01 am | | news
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