AKIPRESS.COM - On March 10, 2017 the Central Bank of the Republic of Uzbekistan will issue new banknotes in the denomination of 10,000 sum made on the protected paper size of 144 x 78 mm.
On the wide white box on the right side of the banknote there is a watermark in the form of coat of arms of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the numbers "10000," Coinweek reported.
To the left side of the white box is a windowed security thread with a 3D-effect. On the front of the bill in the upper part there is the text "O'ZBEKISTON RESPUBLIKASI MARKAZIY BANKI". On the left side are ornamental elements emblematic of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Under the coat of arms is a seven-digit number with a sequence of two letters.
In the left and right bottom corners of the ornamental frame, and also to the right of the coat of arms, the figure "10000" is shown, signifying the denomination. Above the figure "10000" on the right side of the coat of arms is written in large letters, the word "so'm". Above this image specified denomination in words "O'N MING".
At the bottom of an ornamental frame is the text "O'ZBEKISTON SO'MI RESPUBLIKA HUDUDIDA HAMMA TO'LOVLAR UCHUN O'Z QIYMATI BO'YICHA QABUL QILINISHI SHART."
In the ornamental dark blue frame of the banknote can be found the inscription "O'ZBEKISTON RESPUBLIKASI MARKAZIY BANKI". The emblem, along with the number "10000" on the left and the right, are tactile features for the visually-impaired.
Above the number "10000" is a duplicated number and the banknote's serial number.
At the top of the white box is a relief ornament in the form of a golden-bronze octahedron, a tactile feature that changes color depending on the angle of inclination.
Above the ornament is the year of release "2017".