Banknote Identification

That's hard to identify your banknotes, especially when these use alphabets different from ours.

This page should be able to help you for some of them  

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Distinctive signs on the Banknotes COUNTRIES
ALBANIA
ALGERIA
mean DRAM, currency of ArmÚnia

old text on top of banknotes (from 1993 to 1995) mean: "Bank of Republic of Armenia."

new text on top of banknotes (since 1997) mean "Central Bank of Republic of Armenia"

ARMENIA

MANAT, currency of Azerba´jan

AZERBA¤JAN

mean RUBLE, currency of Belarus

 

                           mean   50 kopecks./ 100 kopecks = 1 ruble

 

mean NATIONAL BANK OF BELARUS'S REPUBLIC       (until 1999)

 

mean NATIONAL BANKNOTE OF BELARUS REPUBLIC'S BANK (since  2000)

BELARUS


BULGARIA

CAMBODIA
CHINA
CROATIA

KROONI, currency of Estonia

mean ESTONIAN'S BANK

ESTONIA

With three recoveries, emission in 1993, of banknotes with various colors and various values, but with the same visual one (a sight of Tbilissi, the capital of Georgia).

This image represents the corner lower right of the banknote.

The text could mean Georgian National Bank.

 

from 1993 to 1994 a new type of banknote with the same text, now located on the top of the banknote appeared.

 

These same banknotes have this logo in the center. This logo is present also on the banknotes issued in 1995

GEORGIA
HUNGARY
ICELAND
IRELAND
JAPAN
 

mean TENGE, currency of Kazakhstan

mean TYIN, 100 tyins  = 1 tenge

 

mean NATIONAL BANK of KAZAKHSTAN

KAZAKHSTAN

mean SOM, currency of Kyrgyzstan

mean TYIYN, 100 tyiyns  = 1 som

 

mean BANK of KYIRGYZSTAN  ( until 1993 )

mean KYRGYZIAN'S BANK   (since 1994 )

KYRGYZSTAN

RUBLI (plural RUBLU), currency of LATVIA

LATVIA
mean CENTRAL BANK of LIBYA LIBYA

TALONAS, old currency of Lithuania ( until 1993 )

LITAI, new currency of Lithuania (since 1993 )

LITHUANIA
CUPON, old currency of Moldova (until 1993)

 

LEU (plural LEI), new currency of Moldova (since 1992-1994)

MOLDOVA
MONGOLIA
NEPAL
PAKISTAN
POLAND
mean RUBLE currency of Russia

mean BANKNOTE (from) BANK of RUSSIA

RUSSIA

mean RUBLE, old currency of Tajikistan (until 1999)

mean NATIONAL BANK of REPUBLIC of TAJIKISTAN (1994 - 1997)

mean SOMONI, new currency of Tajikistan (since 2000)

mean  DIRAM, 100 dirams = 1 somoni

mean NATIONAL BANK of TAJIKISTAN

TAJIKISTAN
This logo appears on some banknotes of Tatarstan. On these banknotes one can find text TATAPCTAH into Cyrillic there, TATARSTAN in Latin or another local alphabet) TATARSTAN

Text PRIDNESTROVE into Cyrillic (TRANSDNIESTRIE) is located on the top of the banknote

mean RUBLE currency ofTransniestria

from 24-1-1994 to 1-12-1994, like provisional emission, were used of old banknotes of the USSR with a label on the right of the banknotes

this represent the label for 10 Rubles

 

mean KUPON and is located on the recto of the banknote with the value, but the currency is the RUBLE

TRANSNIESTRIA
MANAT, currency of TURKMENISTAN

old text BANK of TURKMENISTAN (until 1993)

new text BANK of TURKMENISTAN     (since 1995 )

TURKMENISTAN
UKRAINE

mean RUBLE, currency of ex  URSS

(CCCP) mean URSS, Union of Soviet Socialist Républic

U.R.S.S.

mean UZBEKISTAN

mean SOM, currency of UZBEKISTAN

 

mean BANK of' UZBEKISTAN (until 1992)

mean CENTRAL BANK of UZBEKISTAN REPUBLIC (since 1994)

UZBEKISTAN
YUGOSLAVIA