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Learn about the security features of the world's most widely traded paper currency.

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Learn about the security features of the world's most widely traded paper currency.

Post by Ponee on Wed Jul 11, 2018 11:35 am



It is said that the first coins that were minted in Lydia (now western Turkey) were often forged, and that the forging of coins in ancient Rome was a daily occurrence.
The Roman emperors forged the coins in their own way; they made them of low-value metals; which devalued the currency, and then tried to pass it to trade at a value higher than its real value.
Counterfeit money remained a problem even thousands of years later. At the beginning of the civil war in America in 1861, half of the paper currency was counterfeit.
Governments around the world are trying to take action to prevent counterfeiting of paper currency and to devise new currency printing techniques that make it easier to distinguish them from counterfeit money.
Here are the security features of the 10 most commonly traded paper currencies in the world, according to the "titlemax" website.
10. South African Rand (category 50 Randa):

The most striking feature of this currency, which is difficult to counterfeit, is the dark band that appears complete when exposing the paper to light, showing the value of the currency, the emblem of the nobility, and the words "Rand" and "SARB", the central bank of South Africa.
This paper currency also has prominent lines on its left and right sides, which helps the visually impaired to know the value of the currency.
9. Swiss Franc (CHF 100):

On the front side of this coin is the picture of the famous Swiss sculptor Alberto Giacometti, on the reverse side showing his sculpture "L'Homme Au Doigt", the most expensive sculpture to be sold at an auction in the world.
One of the security features of this paper currency is that when the light falls at a certain angle, the value of the hidden currency appears at the top of the sheet, and the numbers on the paper are printed in a prominent print that is resistant to damage, not affected or erased when rubbed.
8. British Pound (50 Sterling):

This paper is notable for the sterling silver price of £ 50 and the Bank of England. The colors and lines of the paper are very clear and have no rough edges, making it difficult to rig.
In addition to the clear picture of Queen Elizabeth II in the middle of the security, there is another water image that shows clearly, and shows the value of the currency when placing the paper in front of the light.
7. Yen (10,000 yen):

When exposing this paper to light, three vertical water lines appear, making it difficult to reproduce the paper using personal computers.
Looking at this paper from a certain angle, 10,000 appears in the bottom left of the front, and the word "NIPPON", which means Japan in Japanese, appears in the upper right of the back.
Mexican peso (1,000 pesos):

The colored lines cover the background of this paper currency, making it difficult to falsify. This is because these fonts are difficult to imitate, because currency copying machines place points instead of lines.
The Mexican pesos from 200 to A also contain two rows of numbers that must be in identical order, so that the paper is original and not forged.
Euro (€ 200):

When you place this paper in front of the light, you can see the incomplete number 200 at the top of the paper completely, and the dark line at the bottom of the paper will appear, showing the word "Euro" and the value of the currency written in a small line.
When you move this paper currency, the three-dimensional image remains moving and changing between the currency value and the window shape, as well as changing the color of the currency in the back from purple to green or brown.
Australian Dollar ($ 5):

The Spinebill, which is located above its wings, changes its color. The Spinebill, which is located below it, moves right and left and changes its color as well. The number 5 direction inside the building Fed down the sheet.
This paper is made of polymer, which enhances its ability to resist damage as well as being environmentally friendly.
3. Canadian Dollar ($ 100):

This is a highly visible and colorful photograph of Canada's eighth Prime Minister, Robert Borden, as well as a second photograph of a building that changes color when the paper is moved. The building is surrounded by a row of maple leaves.
Singapore Dollar ($ 1000):

This paper is printed in hard print, hard to falsify to Joseph Isaac, the first president of Singapore after its independence.
In addition, the capital letters are particularly prominent for the Singapore word below; it helps the blind to easily identify the paper category.
At the back of the paper, the words of the Singapore national anthem "Majola Singapura", which means "Long live Singapore", were written in a line that is too small to imitate.
1. USD ($ 100):

The United States has issued a new, innovative $ 100 counterfeiting paper, containing many of the security features that make it difficult to falsify.
One of the most striking security features of this paper is that when exposed to light, a hidden water image of Franklin Roosevelt, one of the founders of the United States, can be seen from both sides.
Beside that, there is a three-dimensional blue bar near the middle of the paper, and the copper color of 100 and the bell inside the bottom of the paper are green when you move the paper.


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Post by Terbo56 on Wed Jul 11, 2018 11:44 am

Makes you want to go out and get a 'few' of each, don't it? It's got to be worth more than the dinar.....You could always put it in a photo album, with the rest of your rare currencies-Make nice conversation pieces, wouldn't they?....... Hi Ponee, best of everything to you this beautiful day!!
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