This Dark and light green on multicolored underprint banknote was issued by the National bank of Cambodia in 2007.
The obverse of this note depicts the legend is printed in Khmer script on the top right panel. In the center, Portal ruins at the Preah Vihear Temple with Naga statue (mythological Snake) image on the bottom left. The serial number is seen on the left bottom and right corners. The denomination is depicted in the right center and bottom right corner with Khmer legend at the bottom center.
The reverse of this note illustrates a legend printed in Khmer script on the top left and legend in English script on top right corner; it reads ‘National Bank of Cambodia’ with the date of the issue below it. An image is the feature of female farm workers in rice fields and Angkor Wat temple complex in distance in the center. The denomination depicted on the top left, bottom left and bottom right corners in Khmer and English numeral.
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