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Malaysia 1 Ringgit (2011)

Item Code: MY-51 (NEW)

Obverse: Five-petaled Bunga raya (Hibiscus Rosa-Sinensis) - the national flower of Malaysia. Portrait of the first
Colonel Seri Paduka, first Supreme Head of State (Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong) of the Federation of Malaya -
Tuanku Abdul Rahman
Ibni Al-Marhum Tuanku Muhammad (24 August 1895 – 1 April 1960). Design patterns from
songket weaving (featured to reflect the traditional Malaysian textile handicraft and embroidery). Reverse: Logo
emblem of the Central Bank of Malaysia depicting Kijang Emas (Malaysia Barking Deer - Muntiacus muntjak),
which originates from Kelantan Kijang Gold Kupang coin. Wau Bulan - Malaysian moon-kite. Watermark: None.
Artist: Unknown. Engraver: Unknown. Main colour: Blue. Signature: Zeti Akhtar Aziz (Governor).
Issuer: Central Bank of Malaysia. Date of First Issue: 16 July 2012. Withdrawn: N/a. Legal tender: Yes.
Material: Polymer substrate. Printer: Oberthur Technologies, France.
 

 
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Dimensions: 120 x 65 mm
 

Remarks: The theme of the new Malaysian Ringgit banknote series, "Wawasan 2020" reflects Malaysia's
economic development and achievement towards a fully developed country. Depicted on the banknote is a
five-petaled Bunga raya (Hibiscus Rosa-Sinensis), which has been Malaysia’s national flower since 1960.

 

Texts: Bank Negara Malaysia. Wang ini sah diperlakukan dengan nilai. Ringgit Malaysia RM. Gabenor.

 
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