Specimen banknote

Specimen banknote

A specimen banknote is printed to as a way of checking to see whether or not the design is suitable for putting into full production as a currency issue.

Sometimes, specimen banknotes are printed for distribution to central banks to aid in the recognition of banknotes from a country other than their own.

ee also

*Pattern coin

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