Kuwait P-30 / 1/2 Dinar 2014 – UNC
|Issued by||Central Bank of Kuwait|
|Issue||ND (2014) Issue|
|Size||110 x 68 mm|
|Printer||De La Rue, London (England) – DLR|
|Watermark||Falcon head; Electrotype “1/2” in Arabic numerals; Reinforced Cornerstones|
|Security features||OVI (Optical Variable Ink): When tilted, waves shape changes colour (front only).
Spectrum: When tilted, you will see circles in the solid art print (front only).
Thread: Tilt the Banknote and you will see the security thread changes colour (back only).
See-through: Hold the Banknote up to the light and you will see the incomplete shapes that combine to form the banknote value.
Raised Ink: Feel the raised ink of the numeral on the front and the back of the banknote. In addition, you can feel the raised ink of the visually impaired symbols.
Ultra Violet: Under a UV lamp, fluorescent elements became visible.
|Signatures||Mohammad Yousef Al-Hashel & Anas Al-Saleh|
|Obverse||Kuwait Towers in Kuwait City. Dhow in full sail. Kuwaiti Emblem depicting a golden falcon (Hawk of Quraish) and a Boom sailing ship (dhow)|
|Reverse||Hawksbill Sea Turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata). Silver Pomfret (Al Zubaidi) (Pampus argenteus), Kuwait’s most popular fish|