Description of the banknote in denomination of 100,000 soums of the Central Bank of the Republic of Uzbekistan
The banknote is printed on security paper, the front and back sides are coated with a special varnish.
The size of the banknote of the Central Bank of the Republic of Uzbekistan with a face value of 100,000 soums is 152 x 69 mm.
On the right side of the banknote, there is a local watermark in the form of a camel - a symbol of the ancient "Great Silk Road" and the denomination "100,000".
On the right side of the banknote, there is a metallized, machine-readable, color-changing security thread 4 mm wide, yellow with a “motion effect” and the text “UZB”.
The predominant color of the front and back sides is yellow in combination with other colors.
The left side of the obverse of the banknote depicts the historical museum "ICHAN QAL'A" located in Khiva, Khorezm region.
The number "100000" is located on the left side of the upper part, the text "CENTRAL BANK OF THE REPUBLIC OF UZBEKISTAN" is in the center of the upper part in brown and the Emblem of the Republic of Uzbekistan is located in the upper right corner in green.
A special brown element, located on the right and left edges of the banknote, is intended for visually impaired people and this makes it possible to determine the denomination of the banknote.
In the lower part of the banknote, the ornamental background contains a "latent" (hidden) image in the form of the abbreviation "UZ", visible at a certain angle of the banknote when exposed to the light source.
In the lower part, on the left side, there is the inscription “BIR YUZ MING SO‘M”, reflecting the denomination of the banknote and the text “O‘ZBEKISTON SO‘MI RESPUBLIKA HUDUDIDA HAMMA TO‘LOVLAR UCHUN O‘Z QIYMATI BO‘YICHA QABUL QILINISHI SHART”.
On the left side of the lower part, there is the inscription “BIR YUZ MING SO‘M”, reflecting the denomination of the banknote and the text “O‘ZBEKISTON SO‘MI RESPUBLIKA HUDUDIDA HAMMA TO‘LOVLAR UCHUN O‘Z QIYMATI BO‘YICHA QABUL QILINISHI SHART”.
The above images are made using the intaglio printing method and the bulge of the paint can be felt touched with fingertips.
On the right side of the banknote, on a light background, circles of different diameters are placed in order to avoid copying, and the sharpness in the images will be distorted when copied.
The map of Uzbekistan at the top shows the direction of the Great Silk Road caravan routes with light lines.
The minaret located in the upper left part of the image, built in the center of the historical museum “ICHAN QAL`A”, is a register and serves to combine the “obverse” with the “reverse”. When viewed against the light, the light part of the banknote is combined with the colored background on the reverse side, forming a complete image.
The banknote number consists of a two-letter series of the Latin alphabet and a seven-digit number. On the right side, the number is printed horizontally in red, on the left side - vertically in black.
The reverse side of the banknote depicts the castle "ANGKAQAL`A ARXEOLOGIYA YODGORLIGI" dating back to the III-IV centuries, which was the capital of the ancient Khorezm state.
In the center there is an image of a “cutting ornament”, a modern special protective element “Spark live”, which, at different angles, creates the effect of movement and color change.
On the right side there are images of ceramic dishes dating back to the 10th century and a silver coin dating back to the 1st century BC, which are archaeological finds of the Khorezm region.
The text “O‘ZBEKISTON RESPUBLIKASI MARKAZIY BANKI” and the year of issue of the banknote “2021” are printed in the upper left corner.
In the lower part, in the right and left corners on the same line, the denomination "100000" is placed in white, and the inscription "BIR YUZ MING SO‘M" is located in the upper right corner.
At the bottom, the text “O‘ZBEKISTON SO‘MINI QALBAKILASHTIRISH QONUNGA MUVOFIQ TA’QIB QILINADI” is placed as a warning statement