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Everyday banknotes of Ukraine

Обиходные банкноты Украины

Hryvnia is a monetary and weight unit of Ancient Russia and other Slavic countries. Already in the VIII - IX centuries in the implementation of trade operations, the payment of tribute, it was used as a measure of weight and bills.

The name "hryvnia" comes from the name of the jewelry made of gold or silver in the form of a hoop that was worn around the neck (i.e., on the "nape") and was called the hryvnia. The hryvnia was considered a luxury item, only rich people could afford it.

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The history of the Ukrainian hryvnia, the image on the hryvnia, emissions
The history of the Ukrainian hryvnia, the image on the hryvnia, emissions
The history of the Ukrainian hryvnia, the image on the hryvnia, emissions
The history of the Ukrainian hryvnia, the image on the hryvnia, emissions
The history of the Ukrainian hryvnia, the image on the hryvnia, emissions
The history of the Ukrainian hryvnia, the image on the hryvnia, emissions
The history of the Ukrainian hryvnia, the image on the hryvnia, emissions

Ukrainian hryvnia history

From the XI century in Kyivan Rus, the “Kiev” hryvnyas were in circulation, which were of silver, had a hexagonal shape and weighed 150 grams. They existed before the Tatar-Mongol invasion. In the north-western lands existed "Novgorod hryvnia", which from the middle of the XIII century spread to the entire territory of the Old Russian state. They looked like long silver sticks, weighed 240 grams and existed until the end of the 15th century. The transition from the “Kiev” to the “Novgorod” was the “Chernihiv” hryvnia, in form very close to the “Kiev”, and in weight - to the “Novgorod”.

In the XV century, due to an increase in the scale of coinage and their continuous damage, the hryvnia ingot ceased to be a monetary payment unit. The hryvnia continued to exist further only as a unit of weight and existed until the 18th century only as a weight coin, the hryvnia.

In the XIII century in Novgorod, half of the cut hryvnia began to be called the “ruble”. Gradually, the ruble (in Ukrainian “karbovanets”) ousted the hryvnia and consolidated as a monetary unit, and later became the main unit of the Russian monetary system.

According to the author of the first banknotes of modern Ukraine Vasyl Lopati, in April 1991, famous artists of the Ukrainian SSR were invited to participate in the development of sketches of the new Ukrainian currency. In addition to V. Lopaty, the group included People’s Artist of Ukraine A. Danchenko, Honored Artists of Ukraine V. Perevalsky, Honored Artists of Ukraine V. Yurchishin, S. Yakutovich.

Work on the creation of banknotes was held under the auspices of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Commission on Economic Reforms and National Economy Management, as well as the Commission on Culture and Spiritual Revival. People's deputies of Ukraine Leonid Tanyuk, Pavel Movchan, Dmitry Pavlychko, Vladimir Yavorivsky, Ivan Zayets and others took part in this work.

Banknote sketches were considered by the Presidium of the Verkhovna Rada chaired by Leonid Kravchuk, who approved the sketches prepared by V. Lopata.

Central Rada March 1, 1918, after the proclamation of Ukraine as an independent state, adopted a law on the introduction of a new currency unit - the hryvnia, which was divided into 100 steps and was equal to 1/2 karbovanets. During 1918, banknotes in denominations of 2, 10, 100, 500, 1000 and 2000 hryvnias were printed in Berlin. The hryvnia was introduced into currency circulation since October 17, 1918 and was withdrawn from circulation during the monetary reform of 1922-1924.

The Verkhovna Rada of the Ukrainian SSR decided to print its currency in the times of the Soviet Union, in May 1991. Initially, according to the Soviet model, the release of banknotes in denominations of 1, 3, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 200 hryvnas was planned, but the American model was eventually adopted by replacing the 3 and 25 bills with 2 and 20, respectively. The design of the banknotes was approved in 1992, and the Ukrainian hryvnia came into circulation in 1996 after the decree of the President of Ukraine Leonid Kuchma dated August 25 “On monetary reform in Ukraine”.

March 2, 1992 were approved denominations of coins: 1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 50 kopecks and 1 hryvnia. Coins of 3, 15 and 20 kopecks were not issued.

From January 10, 1992, temporary Ukrainian banknotes were issued, which had the name coupon and were denominated in rubles. Officially, they were called karbovantsy and existed until 1996, taking upon themselves the entire inflationary blow. September 2, 1996 began exchange karbovantsev for hryvnia in the ratio of 100 000 krb = 1 UAH. From this day in banks issued only hryvnia. The exchange procedure lasted until 1998.

In 1996–2007, the National Bank of Ukraine conducted about 18 issues - putting into circulation the main denominations of the hryvnia (“old” samples: 1992, 1994, 1995, 1997, and “new”: 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007). Today, there are nine denominations of Ukrainian hryvnia in circulation: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 UAH.

In March 2004, the National Bank of Ukraine approved a graphic sign of the national currency - the hryvnia. It is a lowercase handwritten letter "g", crossed out in the middle by two horizontal lines. 1 hryvnia = 100 kopecks. The letter code of the currency in the standard ISO 4217 - UAH, digital - 980.

Now in circulation are banknotes with a nominal value of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 hryvnias.

Banknote description

general description

Banknotes of all denominations are made on special white paper that does not fluoresce in ultraviolet rays. The watermark on banknotes with a nominal value of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 hryvnias of the sample of 1992 - the image with bright lines of a trident, freely placed on the whole area of ​​banknotes. Watermark on banknotes with a nominal value of 1 (1994, 1995), 2 (1995), 5 (1994, 1997), 10 (1994), 20 (1995), 50 and 100 hryvnia - an image placed on a plot-free area in different tones of a portrait repeating a portrait printed on the front side of banknotes.

Front side

On the front side of the banknote are located: portraits of prominent figures in the history and literature of Ukraine, the inscriptions "Ukraine" or "Ukraine" and "National Bank of Ukraine", the nominal value of banknotes in words and numbers. The design is complemented by ornaments and sockets, which are made with multi-color printing. Portraits, inscriptions and individual decorative elements of banknotes are made in relief print.

Downside

On the reverse side of the banknotes in the center are images of historical and architectural monuments of Ukraine, above which the inscription “National Bank of Ukraine” is made. Words and four corners denote the nominal value of banknotes, and below - and the year of approval of the sample banknotes. The design of the banknote is complemented by sockets, ribbons and ornaments made with multi-color printing.

Characteristics of protective elements

Watermark

On banknotes in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 hryvnias of the sample of 1992 - the image of trident with light lines, formed by the internal structure of the paper, repeated over the entire area of ​​the banknote and visible when considering the banknote against the light; on later issue banknotes - visible when considering a banknote against light, the image on the white square of the banknote in different colors (lighter and darker than paper) of the portrait, which is formed by the internal structure of the paper and repeats the portrait printed on the front side of the banknote.

Tape

In banknotes with a nominal value of 1 (1995), 2 (1995) and 5 (1997) hryvnas, in the thickness of the paper, between the watermark and the portrait is vertically placed a polymer metallized tape with a coded face value of approximately 1.3 mm, which is visible when viewing the banknote against the light as a dark stripe with the transparent repeating inscription “1 HRIVNA”, “2 GRIVNES” and “5 GRIVEN”;

In banknotes with a nominal value of 1 (1994), 5 (1994), 10 (1994), 50 and 100 hryvnia in the thickness of the paper there is a vertical polymer tape about 1 mm wide, which is visible against the light. It has a repeating inscription "Ukraine" of dark color. It can be read with a magnifying glass;

In banknotes with a nominal value of 20 hryvnia of the 1995 sample, a vertical metallic “window” tape is placed between the watermark and the portrait. From the front side of the banknote, it periodically (6 times) leaves the thickness of the banknote paper. This part of the tape is noticeable, it looks like a shiny dotted line. When looking at a banknote against the light, the whole ribbon looks like a continuous dark line crossing the banknote across.

Relief elements

Elements of printing in banknotes of nominal 2 (1995), 5 (1994, 1997), 10 (1994), 20 (1995), 50 and 100 hryvnia, which protrude above the surface of the paper, the roughness of which is felt when touching with your fingertips.

Combined drawing

A drawing located in one place on the front and back sides of a banknote, all elements of which coincide and complement each other when considering a banknote against the light (an ornament on the left side of the banknote).

Rainbow seal

Gradual transition of one color of the protective grid, made with solid lines without breaks, to another (protective nets and ornaments on both sides of the banknote).

Anti-scanner mesh

Thin lines located at different angles, which, when copying or scanning a banknote, form “moire” (protective nets) on the copy.

Coded latent image

Hidden digital image of the denomination on banknotes 2 (1995), 5 (1994, 1997), 10 (1994), 20 (1995), 50 and 100 hryvnia, visible when viewing a banknote at eye level at an acute angle against the light when it is rotated 45 degrees (a rectangular ornament to the right of the portrait) and a hidden image of a trident (numerical designation of the denomination in the upper corners of the front side of banknotes in denominations of 2–20 hryvnia in 1992).

Microtext

The inscription of the continuously repeated word "Ukraine", the abbreviations "NBU", which can be read with a magnifying glass.

Sign for the blind

Relief element placed in the lower left corner of the front side of banknotes 2 (1995), 5 (1994, 1997), 10 (1994), 20 (1995), 50 and 100 hryvnia, which is felt to the touch fingertips and determines the denomination of the banknote.

Visible protective fibers

The banknotes blue fibers, about 6 mm long (nominal 1–20 hryvnia of the 1992 sample), and blue and red fibers — nominal of 1, 2, 5 hryvnia of the 1994–1997 sample, are randomly located in the thickness and on the surface of the paper.

Invisible Protective Fibers

Fiber banknotes randomly located in the thickness and on the surface of paper on both sides:

  • about 6 mm long (nominal 1–20 hryvnia sample of 1992), which fluoresce in ultraviolet rays with green light;
  • about 4 mm long (1 (1994, 1995), 2 (1995), 5 (1994, 1997), 10 (1994), 20 (1995), 50 and 100 hryvnia), which in ultraviolet rays fluoresce yellow and blue light and blue and green light (1 (1995), 2 (1995), 5 (1997) hryvnia).

Fluorescent number

Printed by letterpress printing with black ink horizontally (nominal 1–20 hryvnia sample of 1992) and red ink horizontally (1 (1994, 1995), 2 (1995), 5 (1994, 1997), 10 (1994 g), 20 (1995) hryvnia) and vertically (nominal 50 and 100 hryvnia), exactly, with the same interval between digits, the number of a banknote that fluoresces in ultraviolet rays green (nominal 1-20 hryvnia of the sample of 1992) and light - red (1 (1994, 1995), 2 (1995), 5 (1994, 1997), 10 (1994), 20 (1995), 50 and 100 hryvnas) with light.

Magnetic number

Printed by letterpress printing with black ink horizontally in one line, exactly and with the same interval between the figures, the series and number of the banknote that have magnetic properties (1 (1994, 1995), 2 (1995), 5 (1994, 1997 ), 10 (1994), 20 (1995), 50 and 100 hryvnia).

Hidden denomination

Printed in the center of the front side of the banknote except 1 (1994, 1995), 2 (1995), 5 (1994, 1997), 10 (1994), 20 (1995) hryvnas with invisible dye, which in ultraviolet rays fluoresces in green.

Fluorescent printing

The design elements of the front and back sides of the banknotes and the coded pattern (50 and 100 hryvnias), which fluoresce under UV light with yellow, green or yellow-green light (depending on the value).

High printing

The seal that made the numbers of banknotes. It leaves on paper thickened from the edges of the stroke print of paint and embossed in-depth trail. On the reverse side of the paper, as a rule, has a convex embossed print.

Oryol seal

A sharp transition of one color to another without tearing, overlaying or shifting the lines of the drawing (portrait, inscriptions, ribbons, ornaments) ..

Banknotes of various years of issue

In September 1991, after consideration by the Supreme Council of the Ukrainian SSR, it was planned to issue banknotes in denominations of 1, 3, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 200 hryvnias. Later, denominations of 3 and 25 hryvnia were replaced by 2 and 20, respectively. The decree of the Presidium of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine dated December 10, 1991 No. 1952-XII provided for the following denominations: 1, 2, 10, 20, 50 and 100 hryvnias; reserve notes: 5 and 200 hryvnia. By the decree of the Presidium of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine of February 12, 1996 No. 91/96-PV, the hryvnia’s construction was supplemented by a reserve banknote of 500 hryvnias.

On September 2, 1996, in accordance with the Decree of the President of Ukraine, the National Bank of Ukraine introduced banknotes in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 hryvnias. On August 22, 2001, a banknote of 200 hryvnia was put into circulation. On September 15, 2006, a banknote of 500 hryvnia was put into circulation.

All Ukrainian hryvnia banknotes printed in 1992 and later and officially put into circulation are valid on the territory of Ukraine. Banknotes of hryvnia samples up to 2003 (all issues) are currently withdrawn from cash circulation in accordance with resolutions of the NBU board. Banknotes withdrawn from circulation remain legal means of payment and function in circulation without a time limit until their full withdrawal (the tables indicate the date of commencement of withdrawal of a banknote from circulation; the procedure and procedure for withdrawal are determined by resolutions of the NBU board).

In circulation are banknotes in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 hryvnias (3 series).

1992 edition
Picture Face value
(hryvnia)
Dimensions
(mm)
Main color Description date
Obverse Reverse Obverse Reverse first print release start of withdrawal from circulation
1 Hryvnia 1992 front.jpg 1 Hryvnia 1992 back.jpg
one
135x70 Olive Vladimir the Great Ruins of Chersonese 1992 September 2, 1996 July 15, 2003
UkraineP104a-2Hryvni-1992 (1996) -donatedoy f.jpg UkraineP104a-2Hryvni-1992 (1996) -donatedoy b.jpg
2
Brown Yaroslav the Wise Hagia Sophia in Kiev
5-griven-front.jpg 5-griven-back.jpg
five
Blue Bohdan Khmelnytsky Church in the village Subotov
UkraineP106b-10Hryven-1992 (1996) -donatedoy f.jpg UkraineP106b-10Hryven-1992 (1996) -donatedoy b.jpg
ten
Violet Ivan Mazepa Kiev-Pechersk Lavra
Ukraine-1992-Bill-20-Obverse.jpg UkraineP107a-20Hryven-1992 (1996) -donatedoy b.jpg
20
Gray brown Ivan Franko Lviv Opera House
50
135x70 Red Mikhail Hrushevsky Teacher's house Not in circulation
100
Green Taras Shevchenko Building of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine
1994-2001 release
Picture Face value
(hryvnia)
Dimensions
(mm)
Main color Description date
Obverse Reverse Obverse Reverse first print release start of withdrawal from circulation
1 Hryvnia 1994 front.jpg 1 Hryvnia 1994 back.jpg
one
133? 66 Green brown Vladimir the Great Ruins of Chersonese 1994 September 2, 1996 December 1, 2004
2Hryvna-1995-f.jpg 2Hryvna-1995-b.jpg
2
Orange brown Yaroslav the Wise Hagia Sophia in Kiev 1995 September 1, 1997 September 28, 2004
5-Hryvnia-1995-front.jpg 5-Hryvnia-1995-back.jpg
five
Blue Bohdan Khmelnytsky Church in the village Subotov 1994 June 14, 2004
UkraineP111-10Hryven-1994f.jpg 10 Hryvnyas. 1994.jpg
ten
Dark blue red Ivan Mazepa Kiev-Pechersk Lavra January 1, 2010
20-Hryvnia-2000-front.jpg 20-Hryvnia-2000-back.jpg
20
Brown green Ivan Franko Lviv Opera House 1995
UkraineP113b-50Hryven-1996f.jpg UkraineP113-50Hryven-1996b.jpg
50
Purple yellow Mikhail Hrushevsky Building of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Not listed on banknotes September 2, 1996
100-griven-front.jpg 100Hryven-1996-b.jpg
100
Brown green Taras Shevchenko Hagia Sophia in Kiev
UkraineP115-200Hryven-2000f.jpg UkraineP115-200Hryven-2000b.jpg
200
Pink blue Lesya Ukrainka Tower of Lutsk Castle August 22, 2001
2001 Edition
Picture Face value
(hryvnia)
Dimensions
(mm)
Main color Description date
Obverse Reverse Obverse Reverse first print release start of withdrawal from circulation
1 Hryvnia 1994 front.jpg 1 Hryvnia 1994 back.jpg
one
133x66 Green brown Vladimir the Great Ruins of Chersonese 1994 September 2, 1996 December 1, 2004
2Hryvna-1995-f.jpg 2Hryvna-1995-b.jpg
2
Orange brown Yaroslav the Wise Hagia Sophia in Kiev 1995 September 1, 1997 September 28, 2004
5-Hryvnia-1995-front.jpg 5-Hryvnia-1995-back.jpg
five
Blue Bohdan Khmelnytsky Church in the village Subotov 1994 June 14, 2004
UkraineP111-10Hryven-1994f.jpg 10 Hryvnyas. 1994.jpg
ten
Dark blue red Ivan Mazepa Kiev-Pechersk Lavra January 1, 2010
20-Hryvnia-2000-front.jpg 20-Hryvnia-2000-back.jpg
20
Brown green Ivan Franko Lviv Opera House 1995
UkraineP113b-50Hryven-1996f.jpg UkraineP113-50Hryven-1996b.jpg
50
Purple yellow Mikhail Hrushevsky Building of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Not listed on banknotes September 2, 1996
100-griven-front.jpg 100Hryven-1996-b.jpg
100
Brown green Taras Shevchenko Hagia Sophia in Kiev
UkraineP115-200Hryven-2000f.jpg UkraineP115-200Hryven-2000b.jpg
200
Pink blue Lesya Ukrainka Tower of Lutsk Castle August 22, 2001
2007 edition
Picture Face value
(hryvnia)
Dimensions
(mm)
Main
Colour
Description date
Obverse Reverse Obverse Reverse first print release
1 Hryvnia 2005 front.jpg 1-Hryvnia-2005-back.jpg
one
118? 63 Gray green Vladimir the Great The city of Vladimir ( Kiev Kiev Kiev) 2004 December 1, 2004
1 hryvnia 2006 front.jpg 1 hryvnia 2006 back.jpg Yellow blue 2006 May 22, 2006
Ukraine-2005-Bill-2-Obverse.jpg Ukraine-2005-Bill-2-Reverse.jpg
2
Yellow brown Yaroslav the Wise
Saying:

“… You will live in love with you
God be with you ... "

Hagia Sophia in Kiev 2004 September 28, 2004
5-Hryvnia-2005-front.jpg 5-Hryvnia-2005-back.jpg
five
Blue Bohdan Khmelnytsky Church in Subotov June 14, 2004
10-Hryvnia-2005-front.jpg 10-Hryvnia-2005-back.jpg
ten
124? 66 Red Ivan Mazepa
The inscription on the banknote

"... and for viru, I want to die
і freemanship ... "

Panorama of Kiev-Pechersk Lavra November 1, 2004
UAH 10 2006.jpg UAH 10 2006 (rev) .jpg 2006 August 2006
20-Hryvnia-2003-front.jpg 20-Hryvnia-2003-back.jpg
20
130? 69 Green Ivan Franko
An excerpt from the poem:

“To the earth, my mother, after all!
Sealy, shcho go to your depths
Kraplu, shchob in battle см smiles
Yes i mini! ”

Lviv Opera House 2003 December 1, 2003
UkrainePNew-50Hryven-2004-donatedoy f.jpg UkrainePNew-50Hryven-2004-donatedoy b.jpg
50
136–72 Violet Mikhail Hrushevsky Building of the Ukrainian Central Rada 2004 March 29, 2004
100 hryvnia 2005 b.jpg 100 hryvnia 2005 f.jpg
100
142–75 Yellow green Taras Shevchenko
An excerpt from the poem:

“Love Ukraine,
I love you ...
I will stay in a difficult moment
Do not pray for the Lord. ”

Dnepr and blind bandurist with a guide boy 2005 February 20, 2006
200 07 0.jpg 200 hryvnia 2007 back.jpg
200
148? 75 Pink Lesya Ukrainka
An excerpt from the poem:

"For the truth, brother, he was shiri,
ЄDiymaє right way ... "

Tower of Lutsk Castle 2007 May 28, 2007
Ukraine-2006-Bill-500-Obverse.jpg Ukraine-2006-Bill-500-Reverse.jpg
500
154–75 Peach Gregory Skovoroda Kiev-Mohyla Academy 2006 September 15, 2006

Commemorative banknotes

On October 5, 2011, on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the creation of the National Bank of Ukraine, commemorative banknotes with a face value of 50 hryvnia in 2004 (2011) were put into circulation. On the front side of the banknotes with a special paint that changes color from golden to green depending on the angle of view, the inscription "NBU 20 rokiv" (Russian. "NBU 20 years") is printed. Total 1000 banknotes printed; they are legal means of payment on the territory of Ukraine and function in circulation along with banknotes of 50 hryvnas of the sample of 2004 of previous years of issue.

Commemorative banknotes
Picture Face value
(hryvnia)
Dimensions
(mm)
Main color Description Dates
Front side Downside Front side Downside print release
UAH 50 COM 2011 A.jpg UAH 50 COM 2011 R.jpg
50
136x72
Violet
Mikhail Hrushevsky,
the inscription "NBU 20 rokiv"
building of the Pedagogical Museum
in Kiev
2011
October 5, 2011
Image scale 1.0 pixels per millimeter

Chronology of the introduction of hryvnia banknotes into circulation

The table shows the date of issue of banknotes in circulation and signatures on banknotes.

Date on the note 1 hryvnia 2 hryvnia 5 hryvnia 10 hryvnia 20 hryvnia 50 hryvnia 100 hryvnia 200 hryvnia 500 hryvnia
1992 edition
1992 September 2, 1996 V. Getman
V. Yushchenko
September 2, 1996 V. Matvienko
V. Getman
V. Yushchenko
September 2, 1996 V. Matvienko
V. Getman
V. Yushchenko
September 2, 1996 V. Getman
V. Yushchenko
September 2, 1996 V. Getman
V. Yushchenko
1994-2001 release
(without date) September 2, 1996 V. Getman
V. Yushchenko
September 2, 1996 V. Getman
V. Yushchenko
August 22, 2001 V. Getman
1994 September 2, 1996 V. Yushchenko September 1, 1997 V. Yushchenko September 1, 1997 V. Yushchenko
1995 September 1, 1997 V. Yushchenko September 1, 1997 V. Yushchenko September 1, 1997 V. Yushchenko
1997 September 1, 1998 V. Yushchenko
2000 November 8, 2000 V. Stelmakh November 20, 2000 V. Stelmakh
2001 July 6, 2001 V. Stelmakh March 5, 2001 V. Stelmakh
Release 2003—2014
2003 December 1, 2003 S. Tigipko
2004 December 1, 2004 S. Tigipko September 28, 2004 S. Tigipko June 14, 2004 S. Tigipko November 1, 2004 S. Tigipko March 29, 2004 S. Tigipko
2005 March 1, 2005 V. Stelmakh June 10, 2005 V. Stelmakh April 18, 2005 V. Stelmakh July 1, 2005 V. Stelmakh August 1, 2005 V. Stelmakh December 1, 2005 V. Stelmakh February 20, 2006 V. Stelmakh
2006 May 22, 2006 V. Stelmakh August 2006 V. Stelmakh September 15, 2006 V. Stelmakh
2007 May 28, 2007 V. Stelmakh
2011 September 1, 2011 S. Arbuzov December 1, 2011 S. Arbuzov November 1, 2011 S. Arbuzov July 1, 2011 S. Arbuzov March 1, 2012 S. Arbuzov June 1, 2011 S. Arbuzov March 1, 2012 S. Arbuzov November 1, 2011 S. Arbuzov December 1, 2011 S. Arbuzov
2013 April 1, 2014 I. Sorkin June 1, 2013 I. Sorkin September 1, 2013 I. Sorkin April 1, 2014 I. Sorkin September 1, 2013 I. Sorkin November 1, 2013 I. Sorkin
2014 August 1, 2014 S. Kubiv June 1, 2014 S. Kubiv October 1, 2014 S. Kubiv September 1, 2014 S. Kubiv
December 22, 2014 V. Gontareva December 1, 2014 V. Gontareva
Commemorative banknote
2011 ; 1 $ 1 October 5, 2011 S. Arbuzov
2014 Edition
2014 March 9, 2015 V. Gontareva