Sunday, 24 July 2011

Satu Ringgit Proof banknote

Malaysian 3rd series RM1 Single face Proof banknote

What is Proof Banknote?
Proof banknotes is one that is printed to test run the printing plates and check the designs to see it is suitable to running into full production.

The reason why become proof banknote?
May be rejected is the colour ,writing or size is not suitable.
Another reason why a proof banknote, may be rejected is due to the design itself being unsuitable.

Normally Proof Banknotes were printed on hard paper or cardboard in white and black colour. Usually pencil is using to noted the rejection area or notations. They were printed in single face, and without any prefix number, watermark and signature. 

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