|Romania 5 Lei 2005|
Item Code: RO-118
Portrait of the composer George Enescu (1881 - 1955);
Carnation flower (Dianthus dianthus); Musical
notes; Violin. Reverse: "Romanian Athenaeum" concert hall in Bucharest; A fragment of musical chord (notes,
score, notation) from Enescu's opera "King Oedipus" (dipus Rex); Fortepiano (grand piano, musician's piano).
Watermark: George Enescu; BNR logo. Signatures: Mugur Constantin Isarescu (Governor); Ionel Nitu (Cashier).
|Original Size: 127 x 67 mm|
Banca Nationala a Romaniei; Guvernator; Casier Central;
Cinci Lei; Five Leu;
Remark: This banknote is made from polymer substrate.
Transparent window: Musical notes.
Shadow image ("watermark"): portrait and NBR logo, next to the transparent window. The shadow image
is visible only when the banknote is held up to the light.
Security thread: Hold the banknote against the light and the thread will appear as a dark narrow stripe in the
Perfect register: Lyre, visible when the banknote is held up to the light. Parts of the lyre printed on the obverse
beneath the name of the central bank match perfectly with the parts printed on the reverse and build a complete
Iridescent stripe on the reverse side: All Romanian notes in circulation have on the right of the reverse side
a vertical translucent iridescent stripe which has the nominal value printed seven times.
Microtext: All Romanian notes in circulation have, on the obverse and reverse, printed areas which contain tiny
writing. This can be seen using a magnifying glass.
UV print: On the reverse, green tetragon in UV light which holds the nominal value: "5". The black vertical serial
number shines green, the red horizontal increasing characters serial number shines orange in UV light.
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