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- The RM50 banknote retains the predominant colour of green-blue. The main theme of the design is the National Mission where the first thrust is “to move the economy up the value chain.” It reflects Malaysia’s economic transformation to higher value-added activities in the agriculture, manufacturing and services sectors of the economy.
- Design patterns from songket weaving, which are in the background and edges of the banknote, are featured to reflect the traditional Malaysian textile’s handicraft and embroidery.
- The Watermark Portrait can be perceived by tints that are lighter or darker than the encompassing paper. This watermark picture which has a three-dimensional impact shows up without sharp blueprints. At the base of the watermark, the numeral 50 is plainly obvious.
- Perfect See-Through Register feature where the graphic songket design on the obverse side of the note will register perfectly with the same graphic songket design on the reverse side when it is held against the light.
- Intaglio Print is a raised printing effect delivered by applying layers of material inks on different pieces of the front and switch sides of the notes, for example, the representation of the First Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong, division figures, structure components and the wording ‘Bank Negara Malaysia’.
- Holographic Stripe features the denomination 50 and the hibiscus flower, with a multi-coloured pumping and matt-structure effect when the banknote is tilted slightly.
- The Security Thread is is embedded in the paper and appears on the reverse side of the note as coloured intermittent lines. At the point when the note is held against the light, it is viewed as a consistent dull shaded line and contains rehashed content perusing RM50 BNM. At the point when the note is tilted, the shade of the string changes from red to green and the other way around.
- Invisible Fluorescent Elements
- Security fibres
- The numbers fluoresce under ultra-violet light.
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