Netherlands Antilles P-28g / 10 Gulden 2014 – UNC
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|Bank van de Nederlandse Antillen
|1998-2016 “Birds / with Gold Foil Device” Issue. 01.02.2014
|147 x 66 mm
|Johan Enschede en Zonen (Netherlands) – JEZ
|A raised, tactile ink layer is incorporated in several parts of the front of the bill, such as the denomination figures, the texts, the bird and the mark for the visually handicapped;
Pearl-like dots (called ‘planchettes’) change color when observed under varying angles. They remain dull on a copy.
The shaded watermark can be recognized by the graduate change of lighter and darker tints when held up against the light.
Besides the fine black fibers on front and back, some luminescent fibers are visible under ultraviolet light, too.The position of the fibers is different on every bill.
The letters N and A are perfectly aligned. This can be seen when holding the bill up to the light.
The front side is imprinted with a pearly ink that gives an iridescent effect. Under angled light a shiny gold-colored pattern becomes visible.
The gold-colored foil is printed over with black and colored patterns. The foil turns out black on color copies.
|Jerrald M. Hasselmeyer & Emsley Deonicio Tromp