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Maldives 5 Rufiyaa 2017
Item Code: MV-A26
Front: Men playing football (soccer) and one of them could be the football player from Maldives, Ali Ashfaq. Group of men and women engaged in playing traditional music, drumming with Boduberu drum and dancing Boduberu dance while the fish in the background, called Wahoo (Acanthocybium solandri), is watching them. Back: Sangu, Conch shell - Triton's trumpet (Charonia tritonis). Shadow image: Coat of arms. Security features: Consecutively running horizontal and vertical serial numbers on the obverse of the banknote. Shadow image. Optically variable ink. Iridescent pattern. Dual colour UV fluorescence. Microperforation "MMA". Clear window. Tactile dots for visually impaired people. Predominant colours: Grey and red. Artist: Abdullah Nashaath. The designs were redrawn by De La Rue with the security features incorporated. Font: The Dhivehi font used in the note series was designed exclusively for the series, by Mr. Mohamed Fayaz, Mr. Ibrahim Arafath, Ms. Khadheeja Shaneez Bushry, and Mr. Hussein Fazeel. Signature: Dr. Azeema Adam (MMA Governor). Printing method: Intaglio (Printmaking). Issuer: Maldives Monetary Authority. Date of Issue: 10 May 2017. Circulation from: 10 August 2017. Date of withdrawal: N/a. Legal tender: Yes (2017-). Total issue: Information pending. Material: Safeguard polymer substrate. Printer: Thomas De La Rue & Company, Limited (TDLR).
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Dimensions: 150 x 70 mm
Remark: The previous (1983) banknote series circulated until the 31st of July 2016.
Texts: Five Rufiyaa. Maldives Monetary Authority. Ran Dhihafaheh Note Series (Dhivehinnaai Dhivehiraajje’).

Remark: The Ran Dhihafaheh note series is based on the theme "Maldives and the Maldivian people." The different illustrations depict the country's unique natural beauty, and the culture and craftsmanship of the Maldivians. As the artist claims (R5): "Gray being a neutral color is used in this note because it is the most appropriate color to represent things which are enjoyed by everyone."
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