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Realisic Difference Between The Real Original Naira Note And The Fake One

For more than a week, the new naira notes have been in use all over the nation. The circulation of the new naira notes, however, has recently slowed down due to overwhelming demand as the deadline set by the relevant authorities draws near.

In the meantime, keep in mind that this is a crucial problem for each and everyone of us, especially for business owners who operate nearly exclusively with transactions that involve cash. However, the fraudulent menace of phony currency has recently left a sizable imprint.

This article manage to gather secuirity indicators of real currency by the appropriate Central Bank of Nigeria CBN.

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Ways to differentiate and recognize real currency from real currency

Secuirity indicators on new 200 naira notes.

All you need to know about the new 200 naira note in Nigeria.

– The Hand engraved portrait of Sir Ahmadu bello which you can easily recognised by touching and feeling it with your palms.

– Windowed metallic secuirity threads(with CBN Inscription) that are drawn vartically through the near middle just beside the portraits. This can be easily recognised by simple close look of the treads.

– Another portraits as watermark deep in the material just beside the cows at the back and front of the notes. You can feel by touching it with hands.

– Optical variable ink- A small blue numeric 200 value indicator on bottom right conner of the note front. This changes colour to blue when viewd from different optical angle.

– Another numerical value indicator of N200 writen with raised instaglio ink specially, located at the right bottom conner of the notes back.

– Gold patch(antiscan) with embossed coat of arm located at the bottom left coner of the notes front.

– You can see through features located at the edges of the horizantal sides of the notes. Of course fronts and back since you can see through.

Security indicators on the new 500 naira notes 

All you need to know about the new 500 naira note in Nigeria.

– Hand engraved portrait of Dr. Nmandi Azokwe drawn specially on the notes fronts. You can differentiate by touching and feeling the art texture.

– Windowed metallic secuirity threads(with CBN Inscription) that are drawn vartically through the near middle just beside the portraits. This can be easily recognised by simple close look of the treads.

– Another portraits as watermark deep in the material just beside the cows at the back and front of the notes. You can feel by touching it with hands.

– Another numerical value indicator of N500 writen with raised instaglio ink specially, located at the right bottom conner of the notes back.

– There Raised intaglio prints of ‘five hundred naira’ at the back of the notes and around within.

– Gold patch(antiscan) with embossed coat of arm located at the bottom left coner of the notes front.

– You can see through features located at the edges of the horizantal sides of the notes. Of course fronts and back since you can see through.

– CBN watermark in small size just above the Arabic Inscription, located at the front right conner of the notes. You can look closely for deeper observation.

Secuirity Indicators On The New 1000 Naira Notes

All you need to know about the new 1000 naira note in Nigeria.

– The Hand engraved portrait of Dr. Clement Isong and Alhaji Aliyu Mai-Borno with CBN in full at the top of the notes which you can easily recognised by touching and feeling it with your palms.

– Windowed metallic secuirity threads(with CBN Inscription) that are drawn vartically through the right edge side of the notes Back. This can be easily recognised by simple close look of the treads.

– Another portraits as watermark deep in the material just in the right angle of the notes front. You can feel by touching it with hands.

– Gold patch(antiscan) with embossed coat of arm located at the bottom left coner of the notes front.

– You can see through features located at the moddle of the notes front. Of course fronts and back since you can see through.

– Optical variable ink- A small triangular shape drawn besid the picture pairs of the portraits on the note front. This changes colour to blue when viewd from different optical angle.

– Raised integlio print of court of arm at the right side of the notes back.

– KINGRAM (with N1000 and Coat of Arms) located on the notes fronts. It shines like gold.

– INCIDENT BANDS drawn vertically through the near middle of the note back.

5 Best Ways To Identify Fake New Naira Note

1. Gold Foil

On the right side of the N1,000 note, just above the CBN Governor’s signature, there is a gold foil. The gold foil on a fake note will immediately peel off if you scratch it, whereas the gold foil on an authentic note will not.

2. Texture

The ability to feel and see the difference between real and phony notes is one of their distinctive characteristics. The naira note is probably false if it has a soft feel and has a dull-looking image.

3. Examine the ribbon/thread

All Naira notes include a security thread that runs from top to bottom and resembles a ribbon. This thread can be sensed by touching the actual notes.

On older Naira notes, it is more pronounced. However, there is something that appears to be the thread in bogus notes but is actually not.

What is there in the fake notes is merely a straight-line painting that mimics the thread on the genuine notes.

4. Use Mercury Bulbs

Naira makes a note of several characteristics of the paper that are invisible to the naked eye. Only original Naira notes have these traits, and only mercury bulbs can be used to see them.

For instance, a genuine N1,000 note will display the number 1000 (in numerals) when exposed to the light of a mercury bulb.

5. Use Liquid/Water Substances

Using water or another liquid substance can help you tell the difference between real dollars and counterfeit money. It is rumored that the inks used to create fake currency can dissolve in water and some other liquids.

FAQS

Is the new naira note out?

The newly-redesigned N1,000, N500 and N200 bills became legal tender on December 15, 2022New Naira note is out and circulating already.

What is Nigeria highest note?

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is based in Abuja and issues coins and banknotes. Nigeria uses the 50 kobo, 1 naira, and 2 naira coinage. It prints notes with denominations of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, and 1000 naira.

The brilliant hues of Nigerian currency, which is available in yellow, orange, green, and blue, are well-known.

 

 

 

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