50 Gambian dalasi note & bill

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50 Gambian dalasi Front

 

50 Gambian dalasi the front is Giant kingfisher, arms
50 Gambian dalasi the front is Giant kingfisher, arms

Run your fingers over the notes and you will feel:

The characteristic raised print of genuine banknotes which can be found throughout the note but particularly the bars at the sides of the front of the notes.

Hold the note up to the light and you will see:

Watermark with lighter area - the watermark of the crocodile’s head with a lighter area showing the note value and a stylised palm tree which can be seen from both sides of the note.

The note value appears in the area of white print.

The security thread appears as a solid line rather than just appearing on the surface of the note.

50 Gambian dalasi Back

 

50 Gambian dalasi the back is Wassu stone circles
50 Gambian dalasi the back is Wassu stone circles

If you tilt the note you will see:

On the 20, 50, 100 and 200 a green/red colour switch is added to the rainbow bars. The note value and images of the bird can also be seen.

The Senegambian stone circles lie in The Gambia north of Janjanbureh and in central Senegal.

With an approximate area of 30,000 km²,they are sometimes divided into the Wassu (Gambian) and Sine-Saloum (Senegalese) circles, but this is purely a national division. According to UNESCO, the Senegambian stone circles are "the largest concentration of stone circles seen anywhere in the world." "These sites, Wassu, and Kerbatch in Gambia, and Wanar and Sine Ngayene in Senegal, represent an extraordinary concentration of more than 1,000 stone circles and related tumuli spread over a territory of 100 km wide and 350 km in length, along the River Gambia.

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