Myanmar Currency NotesBurma Currency Notes
Myanmar's central bank is planning to launch new 5,000 and 10,000 kyat notes like the latest editions (B117 and B118), but with improved counterfeit-proofing. New notes have new water marks, series numbers and safety strings. the Central Bank of Myanmar has launched a new 10,000 kyat banknote with improved safety characteristics to further improve the banknote qualitiy and avoid forgeries.
Guilloché pattern; two bulls flank the bay leaf ring with a general view of Myanmar. Magenta to golden safety threads with demetallized MYANMAR SPW. SAFETY PRINTERS (micro-printing). October 16, 2014 09:08 Category: will be issuing a 5,000 kyat note with a new look and enhanced safety characteristics on October 1, 2014. Current 5,000 kyat notes (CBM B15) will continue to be the law.
Colour changeable safety yarn with demetallized Spw MYANMAR BCm. SAFETY PRESSURE WAZI M³. With kind permission of Cleo Phas and Nin Cheun (Noteshobby) is now available for retail for $9.99 and as a free subscription to our free subscription service. Anyone who purchases the Burma section also receives the Myanmar section for free (usually $4.99).
The 25-page catalogue includes those of the Indian government in 1937, the Reserve Bank of India from 1938 to 1939, the Government of Japan from 1942 to 1945, the Burma State Bank from 1944 to 1945, the military administration of Burma from 1943 to 1945, the Burma Currency Board from 1947, the Government of Burma from 1948 to 1950, the Union Bank of Burma from 1953 to 1958, the Peoples Bank of Burma from 1965 and the Union of Burma Bank from 1972 to 1987.
Every section of the banknote book contains in-depth description and backgrounds, colour pictures and more. Banknote book is also included: Sign up for The Banknote BookIf you are collecting the whole globe or a large number of lands, purchasing a $99-year membership is the best offer because it is cheaper than purchasing individual sections, and it allows you to access every currently available section and all the sections that have been posted or updated (click here to see the history of changes) - during the next 12 month. will be posted, please join the mailing lists by pressing the link below.
14 November 2013 09:19 am Category: will be issuing notes depicting the country's deceased heroine, General Aung San, the Burmese forefather. His last portrayal of the general was on the 1986 35 kyat grade (P63), when the land was known as Burma. Xinhua said Daw Khin Saw Oo, vice-governor of the Central Reserve of Myanmar, made the parliamentary disclosures in response to a suggestion that urged the administration to distribute the country's notes containing the picture of General Aung San.
"Banknotes containing pictures of the country's leading politicians, building, landscape and emblem will be distributed by the Federal Reserve with the approval of the trade unions government," she said. Still no information about when the new notes will be out. Maung Maung Win, vice-president of the Myanmar Federal Reserve, said the FEC would be abolished "as soon as possible", most likely in March 2013.
"In the past it was hard to use US dolars in Burma, so we released the FEC as the currency to use in Burma as an alternative to the US $. "Currently, Burma allows both US and FECs that are linked to different currency parities. At the moment, the state is working on a new currency managment act that will allow the free movement of all kinds of currency.
Guilloché pattern; two bulls flank the bay leaf ring with a general view of Myanmar. Window safety threads with demetallized MYANMAR SPW. SAFETY PRINTERS (micro-printing). By courtesy of Claudio Marana and Nin Cheun (Noteshobby). Myanmar's banknote book section is now available for retail purchase for $4.99 and as a free subscription to the Myanmar banknote book.
The five-page catalogue contains all banknotes published by the Myanmar Central Bank from 1990 to the present date (26 species and banknotes, 7 of which are not listed in the SCWPM). Every section of the banknote book contains in-depth description and backgrounds, colour pictures and more. Banknote book is also included:
If you' re collecting the whole globe or a large number of lands, purchasing a $99-year membership is the best offer because it's cheaper than purchasing individual sections, and it gives you access to every currently available section and all the sections that have been posted or updated (click here to see the history of changes) - for the next 12 month.
Myanmar unveiled a 5,000 kyat bill on October 1, 2009, the biggest denomination in the former Burma -known as the Asia. A non-dated, non-signed 150 x 70 mm violet mark shows an 11 inch bull on the front and a building on the back. That is a rather strange proclamation, as most NCBs naturally withdraw used banknotes from the market.
Myanmar does not seem to be launching new design, although its banknote range is past due for a modification; in fact, we recommend that key players amend the safety characteristics every seven years or so. Myanmar last modified its notes in 2004, when the 500 and 1,000 kyat notes were scaled down.