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CHF 200 bill (Zweihunderternote)

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Current bill:

On october 1, 1997, the swiss national bank introduced for the very first time a CHF 200 bill. They claim, this is the first bill world wide with tiny little holes in it. They serve as a security feature and appear as the number "200" which can be seen easily if one holds the bill against a light source. Another security feature is the micro imprint near the center of the front of the bill (see enlargment below).

Front

CHF 200 bill front

Back

CHF 200 bill back

 

Micro Imprint:

location of the micro imprint
micro imprint on the front of the CHF 200 bill

Note: This image was rotated

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Note: CHF is the ISO representation for Swiss francs; however, the old notation sFr. is still used quite often.

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