Nepal issues new 1,000-rupees note

The Central Bank of Nepal (Nepal Rastra Bank) has issued a new 1,000-rupees note on 14 February 2017. The front of the note shows Mount Everest, a watermark the of national flower 'Rhododendron' on the right side. The signature is that of Governor Dr. Chiranjibi Nepal in the lower part of the note, and there is a date mentioned as V.S.2073 in Nepali in the border.

The back of the note shows an Asian male elephant and the bank logo. The upper middle part shows NEPAL RASTRA BANK and above the bank logo RUPEES ONE THOUSAND written in English. The date on the back is 2016 A.D. The printer of the note is the China Banknote Printing and Minting Corporation.

Elephants are a popular collecting theme so this note could find its way to many collections. 

Image courtesy of Shankar Shrestha of www.nuphil.com



Steven Wednesday 22 February 2017 at 8:52 pm | | news
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