1-Singaporean-Dollar:-Satellite-Dish-Station

1 Singaporean Dollar: Satellite Dish Station

13 Oct 2021  Wed

Sir Stamford Raffles founded modern Singapore as a trading post of the British Empire in 1819. The country is comprised of one main island, 63 satellite islands and islets, and one outlying islet. The term Singapore meant ‘City of Lions’ in Sanskrit. Singapore comprised of 63 islands, including the main island, PulauUjong. It has a tropical rainforest climate. It is the world's 3rd-largest foreign exchange centre, 6th-largest financial centre, and 2nd-largest casino gambling market, 3rd-largest oil-refining and trading centre.

The stunning blue-green colored Banknote of one dollar has a dimension of 125mm by 63mm high. The note features the text, ‘Singapore – Singapura’. The 1 dollar note belongs to the Ship banknote series and features a shachuan traditional sailing ship. On the reverse side is a a satellite dish station .

The Financial Authority of Singapore started issuing these 1 Singapore Dollar banknotes in 1987. This series of notes were withdrawn from circulation in 1999.

Disclaimer: Due to the latest government guideline, deliveries may take a little longer time than usual.

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