7 most difficult to-counterfeit banknotes in the world
7 Most Difficult-To-Counterfeit Banknotes In The World HO Hoi Ying P10524751
10000 Tenge is the first banknote using security thread. Security thread consists of a thin ribbon that is threaded through the notes paper. Usually, the ribbon runs vertically and is made of metal foil, butDenomination: 10000 Tenge sometimes of plastic. Often, it Country: Kazakhstan has some text or numbers (e.g., the denomination) engraved. The thread appears to weave in and out of the paper when viewed from one side. However when held up to the light the thread will always appear as a solid line.
This banknote is made of multi-layered plastic polymer. When the banknote is tilted, the colour of the plastic polymer will change. It is nearly impossible to use home equipment to counterfeit thisDenomination: 50 Pesos banknote. And the Country: Mexico transparent window adds another security which makes it even harder to be counterfeited.
This banknote possesses an unique watermark. It is the first banknote using microlens strip, which is similar to the upcoming version of the 100 US dollars banknote.Denomination: 1000 Krona Country: Sweden
Lettering on this banknote is printed with raised ink which gives a distinctive texture. Besides, images of a horse printed on both sides of the banknoteDenomination: 10 dollars line up perfectly. Both Country: Hong Kong features are difficult to be made with home equipment.
Nepals 10-rupee note has a clear polymer window which is difficult, or can said to be impossible, to replicate with regular paper stock. It also has thinDenomination: 10 Rupees metallic threads Country: Nepal blended into the paper.
The 1000 Dinars banknote uses raised lettering to give the bills a distinctive texture and are printed with inks that are only visible underDenomination: 1000 Dinars ultraviolet light. Country: Iraq
The newest British £20 notes include a prominent holographic strip. The image on the strip alternates between a pound symbol and the figure "20" whenDenomination: 20 Pound the bill is tilted.Country: United Kingdom