The Singapore Monetary Authority issued Singapore Dollar banknotes in 12 different denominations, including this 1 Singapore Dollar banknote (Ships series). The Singapore Monetary Authority began printing these one-dollar banknotes in 1987. They were taken out of circulation in 1999.
The obverse depicts Sha Chuan ships (traditional Chinese Junks). Word ‘Singapore’ is written in Malaysian, Chinese, Tamil and English.
The reverse depicts Sentosa Satellite Earth Station and a decorative floral motif.
Themes: Coats of Arms, Fishes, Flowers and Satellite Dishes.
Size: 125 x 63 mm.
Denomination: 1 Singapore Dollar.
Image courtesy: Mintage world
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