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Cambodia 500 Riels 2014

Item Code: KH-66

Front: Architectural detail: Khmer balustrade hand rail corner stone with five-headed naga serpent at the Japan-funded Kizuna Bridge over Mekong River. Coat of arms of Cambodia. Portrait of King Norodom Sihamoni (1953-present). Back: Tsubasa Bridge, also known as Neak Loeung Bridge. Kizuna Bridge over Mekong River in Kampong Cham. Cars driving across the bridge with palm trees growing nearby. Frieze (bas relief) from the Bayon Temple, Angkor Wat. Monument commemorating the Japan-funded Tsubasa Bridge (Tsubasa = Bird's Wings). Watermark: Ornamental pattern. Main colours: Pink and grey. Security features: Consecutively running black and red serial numbers on the obverse of the banknote. Sparsely distributed invisible security fibers (hairs), grey fluorescent ink stripes, the serial numbers and parts of the design fluoresce while being exposed to an ultraviolet light. Artist: National Bank of Cambodia. Engraved by: De La Rue. Signatures: Chea Chanto (Governor, from 1998); Tha Yao (Cashier General). Issuer: National Bank of Cambodia. Date of issue: 14 January 2015. Withdrawn: Current. Legal tender: Yes. Material: Cotton paper fiber. Printing method: Intaglio. Printer: National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) and De La Rue (DLR).
 

 
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Dimensions: 138 x 64 mm
 
Texts: National Bank of Cambodia. Five Hundred Riels.
 
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