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eyevet
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« on: January 23, 2018, 04:52:06 pm »


2017 has been a great year for new banknotes and so far 18 notes have been nominated for the Banknote of 2017,
however there is still time for you to nominate a note (IBNS Members Only).

Do you know of a Banknote introduced into circulation in 2017 that has

Artistic Merit   Imaginative Design   New Security Feature
Then why not nominate it for the Banknote of 2017?

To nominate a note please email banknoteoftheyear@ibns.biz including your IBNS Membership number and if possible scans of the front and back of the note. Each IBNS Member may only nominate one note.

2017 Nominations so far.... in alphabetical order:

Argentina's 1,000 Peso Note
Australia's 10 Dollar Note
Canada's 10 Dollar Note
Djibouti's 40 Franc Note
England's 10 Pound Note
Fiji's 7 Dollar Note
Georgia's 5 Lari Note
Gibraltar's 100 Pound Note
India's 200 Rupee Note
Israel's 100 Shekel Note
Kyrgyzstan's 2,000 Som Note
Madagascar's 20,000 Ariary Note
Maldives 5 Rufiyaa Note
Mexico's 100 Peso Note
Norway's 100 Kroner Note
Russia's 2,000 Ruble Note
Scotland's 10 Pound Note  (Royal Bank of Scotland)
Switzerland's 10 Franc Note



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« Reply #2 on: January 24, 2018, 01:50:03 pm »

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« Reply #3 on: July 09, 2018, 12:01:19 pm »

From the IBNS "Banknote of 2017" is:

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Banknote of 2017
Nominations closed 31 January 2018

The International Bank Note Society (IBNS) announces that its voting membership has selected the Swiss National Bank to again receive its prestigious “Bank Note of the Year Award” for 2017.  With over 170 new banknotes released worldwide during 2017, almost a third were of sufficiently new design to be eligible for nomination.  In the closest vote ever the Swiss 10 Franc polymer/hybrid note narrowly edged out  runners-up from the Royal Bank of Scotland (£10 with female scientist), Canada ($10 with 4 politicians and regions), Fiji (unique $7 featuring their first Olympic gold medal and rugby “7’s” team), Norway (100 Kroner Viking long ship), and Djibouti (40 Franc whale shark). This is the fourth consecutive hybrid / polymer note to win the coveted IBNS Bank Note of the Year Award.

 

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