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Hybrid is a combination of protective polyester film layered around a cotton fibre core.

The cotton core will continue to be embedded with the usual security features, such as the watermark and security thread, to ensure that the banknote remains secure against counterfeiting.

Derick Latibeaudiere, governor of the Bank of Jamaica, will officially launch the new banknote on May 18, 2009, at the central bank in downtown Kingston.

"The launch will take the form of a presentation of a proof note, specially packaged, to Dr Denise Eldemire Shearer, widow of the late former prime minister of Jamaica, Hugh Lawson Shearer, whose portrait appears on the front of the note," said the central bank.

Hybrid therefore, improves soiling resistance while continuing to give the same touch and feel as notes printed on only cotton.

Varnished Cotton for 00, 0 and To enhance the durability of these denominations, the 00, 0 and notes are printed on a varnished cotton substrate, that is, the traditional cotton treated with a varnish after the notes have been printed.The note also features a watermark of Shearer with electrotype 5000 and Cornerstone watermarks.The new note is dated , bears the signature of the Governor of the Bank of Jamaica, Derick Latibeaudiere, and has the DA LE RUE printer imprint. Tags: Jamaica According to a Jamaica Observer article dated , the Bank of Jamaica plans to issue a 5,000-dollar banknote in September 2009, which will bear the image of late former prime minister, Hugh Lawson Shearer.Front: Sir Donald Sangster; jacaranda (Jacaranda mimosifolia) flowers; map of Jamaica; coat of arms; ackee fruit. Meanwhile, the unique image, which is normally on the reverse side of each note, has been replaced by a photograph of a group of children from Central Branch Primary School, from 1962.Back: Ackee fruit; 11 children from Central Branch Primary School in Kingston. “That serves to depict the national motto, out of many one people.The Banknote Book also features: Subscribe to The Banknote Book If you collect the entire world or a large number of countries, buying a annual subscription is the best deal because it's less expensive than buying chapters individually, and it entitles you to every chapter currently available as well as everything published—or revised (click here to see the Change Log)—during the next 12 months. Like BOJ B39 (P84), but new date.100 dollars (US

Varnished Cotton for $1000, $500 and $50To enhance the durability of these denominations, the $1000, $500 and $50 notes are printed on a varnished cotton substrate, that is, the traditional cotton treated with a varnish after the notes have been printed.

The note also features a watermark of Shearer with electrotype 5000 and Cornerstone watermarks.

The new note is dated , bears the signature of the Governor of the Bank of Jamaica, Derick Latibeaudiere, and has the DA LE RUE printer imprint. Tags: Jamaica According to a Jamaica Observer article dated , the Bank of Jamaica plans to issue a 5,000-dollar banknote in September 2009, which will bear the image of late former prime minister, Hugh Lawson Shearer.

Front: Sir Donald Sangster; jacaranda (Jacaranda mimosifolia) flowers; map of Jamaica; coat of arms; ackee fruit. Meanwhile, the unique image, which is normally on the reverse side of each note, has been replaced by a photograph of a group of children from Central Branch Primary School, from 1962.

Back: Ackee fruit; 11 children from Central Branch Primary School in Kingston. “That serves to depict the national motto, out of many one people.

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Varnished Cotton for $1000, $500 and $50To enhance the durability of these denominations, the $1000, $500 and $50 notes are printed on a varnished cotton substrate, that is, the traditional cotton treated with a varnish after the notes have been printed.The note also features a watermark of Shearer with electrotype 5000 and Cornerstone watermarks.The new note is dated , bears the signature of the Governor of the Bank of Jamaica, Derick Latibeaudiere, and has the DA LE RUE printer imprint. Tags: Jamaica According to a Jamaica Observer article dated , the Bank of Jamaica plans to issue a 5,000-dollar banknote in September 2009, which will bear the image of late former prime minister, Hugh Lawson Shearer.Front: Sir Donald Sangster; jacaranda (Jacaranda mimosifolia) flowers; map of Jamaica; coat of arms; ackee fruit. Meanwhile, the unique image, which is normally on the reverse side of each note, has been replaced by a photograph of a group of children from Central Branch Primary School, from 1962.Back: Ackee fruit; 11 children from Central Branch Primary School in Kingston. “That serves to depict the national motto, out of many one people.The Banknote Book also features: Subscribe to The Banknote Book If you collect the entire world or a large number of countries, buying a $99 annual subscription is the best deal because it's less expensive than buying chapters individually, and it entitles you to every chapter currently available as well as everything published—or revised (click here to see the Change Log)—during the next 12 months. Like BOJ B39 (P84), but new date.100 dollars (US$1.20). Like BOJ B39 (P84), but new date and signature.100 dollars (US$1.20). Tags: Jamaica The Bank of Jamaica commemorated the 50th anniversary of its founding by issuing a new 50-dollar (US$0.60) note on 15 November 2010, even though the official anniversary celebrations aren't expected to begin until May 2011.Sign up for Email Notifications If you would like to receive email notifications whenever a new chapter of The Banknote Book is published, please join the email list. The front of the commemorative note is like the current note (P83) in design and security features, but the bank's logo printed in blue, with the words "50th anniversary and 1960-2010" printed above and below the logo. Like Pick 83, but new date ().500 dollars (US$5.60). Tags: Jamaica According to a 14 September 2009 press release, on 24 September the Bank of Jamaica issued its highest denomination ever, a new 5,000-dollar (US$56) note.Varnishing creates a moisture -proof layer to protect the banknotes against surface soiling and reduces the extent to which they will absorb moisture, contaminant particles and microorganisms.$5000The $5000 (US$57) denomination remains on regular cotton substrate as the main security thread, Optiks, is compatible only with the cotton-based material. Tags: Jamaica The Jamaica chapter of The Banknote Book is now available for individual sale at US$9.99, and as a free download to subscribers. This 26-page catalog covers every note (288 types and varieties, including 75 notes unlisted in the SCWPM) issued by the Government of Jamaica from 1918 to 1960, and the Bank of Jamaica from 1961 to present day. Each chapter of The Banknote Book includes detailed descriptions and background information, full-color images, and accurate valuations. Courtesy of Hartmut Fraunhoffer ( and Bill Stubkjaer.Aside from Shearer's portrait, the new $5,000 note will also have pictures of various plants and a bird.The note is sand or khaki in color according to Observer sources.

.20). Like BOJ B39 (P84), but new date and signature.100 dollars (US

Varnished Cotton for $1000, $500 and $50To enhance the durability of these denominations, the $1000, $500 and $50 notes are printed on a varnished cotton substrate, that is, the traditional cotton treated with a varnish after the notes have been printed.

The note also features a watermark of Shearer with electrotype 5000 and Cornerstone watermarks.

The new note is dated , bears the signature of the Governor of the Bank of Jamaica, Derick Latibeaudiere, and has the DA LE RUE printer imprint. Tags: Jamaica According to a Jamaica Observer article dated , the Bank of Jamaica plans to issue a 5,000-dollar banknote in September 2009, which will bear the image of late former prime minister, Hugh Lawson Shearer.

Front: Sir Donald Sangster; jacaranda (Jacaranda mimosifolia) flowers; map of Jamaica; coat of arms; ackee fruit. Meanwhile, the unique image, which is normally on the reverse side of each note, has been replaced by a photograph of a group of children from Central Branch Primary School, from 1962.

Back: Ackee fruit; 11 children from Central Branch Primary School in Kingston. “That serves to depict the national motto, out of many one people.

||

Varnished Cotton for $1000, $500 and $50To enhance the durability of these denominations, the $1000, $500 and $50 notes are printed on a varnished cotton substrate, that is, the traditional cotton treated with a varnish after the notes have been printed.The note also features a watermark of Shearer with electrotype 5000 and Cornerstone watermarks.The new note is dated , bears the signature of the Governor of the Bank of Jamaica, Derick Latibeaudiere, and has the DA LE RUE printer imprint. Tags: Jamaica According to a Jamaica Observer article dated , the Bank of Jamaica plans to issue a 5,000-dollar banknote in September 2009, which will bear the image of late former prime minister, Hugh Lawson Shearer.Front: Sir Donald Sangster; jacaranda (Jacaranda mimosifolia) flowers; map of Jamaica; coat of arms; ackee fruit. Meanwhile, the unique image, which is normally on the reverse side of each note, has been replaced by a photograph of a group of children from Central Branch Primary School, from 1962.Back: Ackee fruit; 11 children from Central Branch Primary School in Kingston. “That serves to depict the national motto, out of many one people.The Banknote Book also features: Subscribe to The Banknote Book If you collect the entire world or a large number of countries, buying a $99 annual subscription is the best deal because it's less expensive than buying chapters individually, and it entitles you to every chapter currently available as well as everything published—or revised (click here to see the Change Log)—during the next 12 months. Like BOJ B39 (P84), but new date.100 dollars (US$1.20). Like BOJ B39 (P84), but new date and signature.100 dollars (US$1.20). Tags: Jamaica The Bank of Jamaica commemorated the 50th anniversary of its founding by issuing a new 50-dollar (US$0.60) note on 15 November 2010, even though the official anniversary celebrations aren't expected to begin until May 2011.Sign up for Email Notifications If you would like to receive email notifications whenever a new chapter of The Banknote Book is published, please join the email list. The front of the commemorative note is like the current note (P83) in design and security features, but the bank's logo printed in blue, with the words "50th anniversary and 1960-2010" printed above and below the logo. Like Pick 83, but new date ().500 dollars (US$5.60). Tags: Jamaica According to a 14 September 2009 press release, on 24 September the Bank of Jamaica issued its highest denomination ever, a new 5,000-dollar (US$56) note.Varnishing creates a moisture -proof layer to protect the banknotes against surface soiling and reduces the extent to which they will absorb moisture, contaminant particles and microorganisms.$5000The $5000 (US$57) denomination remains on regular cotton substrate as the main security thread, Optiks, is compatible only with the cotton-based material. Tags: Jamaica The Jamaica chapter of The Banknote Book is now available for individual sale at US$9.99, and as a free download to subscribers. This 26-page catalog covers every note (288 types and varieties, including 75 notes unlisted in the SCWPM) issued by the Government of Jamaica from 1918 to 1960, and the Bank of Jamaica from 1961 to present day. Each chapter of The Banknote Book includes detailed descriptions and background information, full-color images, and accurate valuations. Courtesy of Hartmut Fraunhoffer ( and Bill Stubkjaer.Aside from Shearer's portrait, the new $5,000 note will also have pictures of various plants and a bird.The note is sand or khaki in color according to Observer sources.

.20). Tags: Jamaica The Bank of Jamaica commemorated the 50th anniversary of its founding by issuing a new 50-dollar (US[[

Varnished Cotton for $1000, $500 and $50To enhance the durability of these denominations, the $1000, $500 and $50 notes are printed on a varnished cotton substrate, that is, the traditional cotton treated with a varnish after the notes have been printed.

The note also features a watermark of Shearer with electrotype 5000 and Cornerstone watermarks.

The new note is dated , bears the signature of the Governor of the Bank of Jamaica, Derick Latibeaudiere, and has the DA LE RUE printer imprint. Tags: Jamaica According to a Jamaica Observer article dated , the Bank of Jamaica plans to issue a 5,000-dollar banknote in September 2009, which will bear the image of late former prime minister, Hugh Lawson Shearer.

Front: Sir Donald Sangster; jacaranda (Jacaranda mimosifolia) flowers; map of Jamaica; coat of arms; ackee fruit. Meanwhile, the unique image, which is normally on the reverse side of each note, has been replaced by a photograph of a group of children from Central Branch Primary School, from 1962.

Back: Ackee fruit; 11 children from Central Branch Primary School in Kingston. “That serves to depict the national motto, out of many one people.

||

Varnished Cotton for $1000, $500 and $50To enhance the durability of these denominations, the $1000, $500 and $50 notes are printed on a varnished cotton substrate, that is, the traditional cotton treated with a varnish after the notes have been printed.The note also features a watermark of Shearer with electrotype 5000 and Cornerstone watermarks.The new note is dated , bears the signature of the Governor of the Bank of Jamaica, Derick Latibeaudiere, and has the DA LE RUE printer imprint. Tags: Jamaica According to a Jamaica Observer article dated , the Bank of Jamaica plans to issue a 5,000-dollar banknote in September 2009, which will bear the image of late former prime minister, Hugh Lawson Shearer.Front: Sir Donald Sangster; jacaranda (Jacaranda mimosifolia) flowers; map of Jamaica; coat of arms; ackee fruit. Meanwhile, the unique image, which is normally on the reverse side of each note, has been replaced by a photograph of a group of children from Central Branch Primary School, from 1962.Back: Ackee fruit; 11 children from Central Branch Primary School in Kingston. “That serves to depict the national motto, out of many one people.The Banknote Book also features: Subscribe to The Banknote Book If you collect the entire world or a large number of countries, buying a $99 annual subscription is the best deal because it's less expensive than buying chapters individually, and it entitles you to every chapter currently available as well as everything published—or revised (click here to see the Change Log)—during the next 12 months. Like BOJ B39 (P84), but new date.100 dollars (US$1.20). Like BOJ B39 (P84), but new date and signature.100 dollars (US$1.20). Tags: Jamaica The Bank of Jamaica commemorated the 50th anniversary of its founding by issuing a new 50-dollar (US$0.60) note on 15 November 2010, even though the official anniversary celebrations aren't expected to begin until May 2011.Sign up for Email Notifications If you would like to receive email notifications whenever a new chapter of The Banknote Book is published, please join the email list. The front of the commemorative note is like the current note (P83) in design and security features, but the bank's logo printed in blue, with the words "50th anniversary and 1960-2010" printed above and below the logo. Like Pick 83, but new date ().500 dollars (US$5.60). Tags: Jamaica According to a 14 September 2009 press release, on 24 September the Bank of Jamaica issued its highest denomination ever, a new 5,000-dollar (US$56) note.Varnishing creates a moisture -proof layer to protect the banknotes against surface soiling and reduces the extent to which they will absorb moisture, contaminant particles and microorganisms.$5000The $5000 (US$57) denomination remains on regular cotton substrate as the main security thread, Optiks, is compatible only with the cotton-based material. Tags: Jamaica The Jamaica chapter of The Banknote Book is now available for individual sale at US$9.99, and as a free download to subscribers. This 26-page catalog covers every note (288 types and varieties, including 75 notes unlisted in the SCWPM) issued by the Government of Jamaica from 1918 to 1960, and the Bank of Jamaica from 1961 to present day. Each chapter of The Banknote Book includes detailed descriptions and background information, full-color images, and accurate valuations. Courtesy of Hartmut Fraunhoffer ( and Bill Stubkjaer.Aside from Shearer's portrait, the new $5,000 note will also have pictures of various plants and a bird.The note is sand or khaki in color according to Observer sources.

]].60) note on 15 November 2010, even though the official anniversary celebrations aren't expected to begin until May 2011.Sign up for Email Notifications If you would like to receive email notifications whenever a new chapter of The Banknote Book is published, please join the email list. The front of the commemorative note is like the current note (P83) in design and security features, but the bank's logo printed in blue, with the words "50th anniversary and 1960-2010" printed above and below the logo. Like Pick 83, but new date ().500 dollars (US.60). Tags: Jamaica According to a 14 September 2009 press release, on 24 September the Bank of Jamaica issued its highest denomination ever, a new 5,000-dollar (US) note.Varnishing creates a moisture -proof layer to protect the banknotes against surface soiling and reduces the extent to which they will absorb moisture, contaminant particles and microorganisms.00The 00 (US) denomination remains on regular cotton substrate as the main security thread, Optiks, is compatible only with the cotton-based material. Tags: Jamaica The Jamaica chapter of The Banknote Book is now available for individual sale at US.99, and as a free download to subscribers. This 26-page catalog covers every note (288 types and varieties, including 75 notes unlisted in the SCWPM) issued by the Government of Jamaica from 1918 to 1960, and the Bank of Jamaica from 1961 to present day. Each chapter of The Banknote Book includes detailed descriptions and background information, full-color images, and accurate valuations. Courtesy of Hartmut Fraunhoffer ( and Bill Stubkjaer.Aside from Shearer's portrait, the new ,000 note will also have pictures of various plants and a bird.The note is sand or khaki in color according to Observer sources.

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