|Belarus 25 Rubles 1992|
Item Code: BY-6
Eurasian elk (Alces alces). Detail of Belarusian
national ornament. Back: Vytis
(Pahonia), horseback warrior
wielding a sword, also known as "The Chaser", the coat of arms of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, Belarus (1918,
1991-95) and Lithuania. Watermark: Geometric tangled lines pattern "braids". Security features: Watermark.
Running serial numbers fluorescing orange, rosette and the netting on its left side around the elk's body and
occasional security fibres fluorescing under ultraviolet light. Paper was made by adding magnetized thread from
the plating of the Soviet space shuttle "Buran" and invisible inks as protective paint that were earlier used by the
Soviet KGB. The invisible paint can only be seen with special illumination. Predominant colour: Peach-orange
brown. Artist: Konstantin Hotianovskii (Xotjanovskij, Khotyanovskiy). Engraved by: Unknown. Print Manager:
Sergei Slabchenko. Signature: None. Issuer: National Bank of Belarus. Date of Printing: 25 May 1992.
Date of Issue: 25 May 1992. Withdrawn: 1 January 2001. Legal tender: No. Material: 100% cotton fiber.
Printing method: Intaglio. Printer: Goznak, Russian Federation. Total issue: Unknown.
|Dimensions: 105 x 53 mm|
|Remark: From 18 December 2015 the ISO letter code for Belarusian Rubel has changed from BYR to BYN.|
Dvatstsats' Pyats' Rubl'ou. Razlikovy Bilet
Natsyyanal'naga Banka Belarusi. Padrobka razlikovyx
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