K50 Kwacha note & bill

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K50 Kwacha Front

 

K50 Kwacha
K50 Kwacha

The Zambian banknotes have been printed with features to reflect the economy, culture and history of the nation. The African Fish Eagle is the main feature or primary recognition feature on all the Zambian banknotes.

The fish eagle is said to reflect Zambian' s pride; the excellent vision and its swift reaction symbolises the country' s focus on economic growth and ability to rise above challenges.

SPARK live

Dynamic geometrical pattern which changes in form and size when tilting the note.

The colours also change from gold to green for K50 and green to blue for K100 Gold Iridescent Band A gold iridescent band representing doves runs from the top to the bottom of the banknote Tactile Marks for the Visually Impaired Run your fingers along the edges of the banknote: the tactile marks can be clearly felt Security thread

RollingStar Cube

The security thread is embedded in the paper and has a colour changing surface, showing also the denomination and the letters “BOZ”. By tilting the banknote, the dynamite light effect of rolling cubes gets visible

Watermark with Highlight

A 3-dimensional image of a fish eagle’s head, two highlighted elements, the denominational value, and a small fish eagle’s head are visible when the banknote is held against the light Windowed Holographic Security Thread

The holographic windowed

security thread shows the text “BOZ 50” / “BOZ 100” and a “bird in flight”. The holographic effect can be recognised on the reverse side of the banknote. The text is readable against the light on both sides of the banknote.

Tactile Intaglio Elements “K50 / K100”, a tree, a fish eagle, and other elements are printed in intaglio with high tactility and can be felt by running one’s fingertips over the banknote.

Perfect See-through Feature

The two elements of the see-through register, printed on the front and reverse side of the banknote, form the motifs of a “bird in flight” and “ “BOZ” when the banknote is held against the light.

Tactile Intaglio Motifs with Microtext A leopard/buffalo, the denomination in words, and integrated microtext, and other elements are printed in intaglio with high tactility and can be felt by running one’s fingertips over the banknote.

Denominational Value on the Reverse Side Tactile Intaglio Element The denominational value in the right-hand corner on the reverse of the banknote is printed in intaglio with high tactility and can be felt by running one’s fingertips over the banknote.

PEAK Pixel

A coloured latent image on the front of the banknote shows a “fish eagle’s head / BOZ” with tactile embossing and colour shift effects which are visible when the banknote is tilted and turned.

K50 Kwacha Back

 

K50 Kwacha
K50 Kwacha

Coat of Arms - is a national emblem which Zambia is distinctly identified by and is found on the left hand corner of the front side of every banknote with the year of print.

Freedom Statue - is national symbol that represents Zambia' s struggle for freedom in the pre-colonial days and is a tribute to our fallen heroes.

Trees and animals - depict the country' s abundant forest resources and wild life, and consequently the potential for tourism.

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