Home Page

Uganda Banknote Gallery | Ugandan Banknotes For Sale

Uganda 20 Shillings (1982)

Item Code: UG-17

Front: Coat of Arms of Uganda depicting spears, waves of Lake Victoria, the Sun, a traditional drum, Crested Crane (Balearica regulorum gibbericeps), the Ugandan Kob (Kobus kob thomasi), River Nile, fertile land, coffee and cotton. Four stylized Ganda shields. Coat of Arms of the Bank of Uganda. Reverse: Bank of Uganda building on Kampala Road in Kampala. Watermark: Head of the Crested crane - national bird of Uganda. Main colours: Green and red-brown. Artist: No info. Engraver: No info. Signatures: Leo Kibirango (Governor, 1981-86); John Robert Ochole Elangot (Secretary). Security features: Watermark. Running serial numbers in black on the front of the banknote. Solid, embedded security thread, 0.5 mm thickness. Four scattered "20" denominations and coat of arms on the obverse that fluoresce under ultraviolet light. Issuer: Bank of Uganda. Date of Issue: 1982. Date of Withdrawal: 1987. Material: Cotton fiber paper. Printing method: Intaglio. Printer: Unknown. Total print: No info.

Uganda Currency Gallery

This picture is for reference only. It may not be exactly the same image as the one for sale in the Price List or in our Store, and its serial
numbers, signatures, dates etc. may vary, or this may be our
Museum's Gallery item (some gallery items may not be available for sale).

Dimensions: 141 x 73 mm

Texts: Bank of Uganda. Shilingi Ishirini. Legal Tender for Twenty Shillings. For God and My Country.

Uganda Banknote Gallery | Uganda Banknotes For Sale

All texts, images, other materials and content on this entire website are the property of Banknotes.com and its owners.

Copyright 1997-2017 bank note Banknotes.com bank note All rights reserved.