5000 soum banknote:
Dimensions 142 x 69 mm
The banknote is printed on protective paper, and the yellow and blue invisible fibers arranged randomly in the paper are visible under ultraviolet light.
On the right side of banknote, on a light backround, there are watermarks.in the form of a camel, the symbol of the ancient "Great Silk Road" and number "5000"
On the right side of the banknote, there is a sheet of paper 2 mm wide and there is a metallized and machine-readable protective strip with the inscription "UZB"
The main colors of the front and backsides are green and brown.
The left side of the obverse of the banknote, there is the “SHERDOR MADRASASI” in the city of Samarkand, built in 1619-1635.
In the left and right margins of this image there is a continuous statement "O’ZBEKISTON RESPUBLIKASI MARKAZIY BANKI"
On the left sight of the upper part of banknote, there is the number “5000” printed in variable color OVI paint, which changes magenta to green under the appearance of a certain slop angle.
The statement "O‘ZBEKISTON RESPUBLIKASI MARKAZIY BANKI" is at the top of the banknote, the Emblem of the Republic of Uzbekistan is in brown in the upper right corner.
A special element in the color of brown on the right and left edges is designed for people with low vision, which allows you to determine the value of the banknote due to the embossing feature of the paint.
At the bottom of the banknote, there is a "latent" (hidden) image in the form of "UZ" based on embossed ornaments, which has a certain slope relative to the light source.
The frame around the embroidered ornament is made in the form of a microtext consisting of a continuous number "5000".
On the left sight of the lower part there is an inscription "BESH MING SO’M, reflecting the value of the banknote and the statement "O’ZBEKISTON SO’MI RESPUBLIKA HUDIDA HAMMA TO’LOVLAR UCHUN O’Z QIYMATI BO’YICHA QABUL QILINISHI SHART".
The above images are done by metallographic printing and you can feel the bulge of the paint when you touch it with your fingertip.
On the light background on the right side of the banknote are placed anti-copy rings of different diameters, and when copied, these images lose clarity.
The map of Uzbekistan drawn on the background of the “Honatlas” shows the direction of the caravan routes of the Great Silk Road in blue lines.
In the upper left, the image of the "winged tiger", which is a symbol of the city of Samarkand, serves as a register, serving to align the "front" and "back" sides. When focused on the light, the white part is combined with the colored background on the back of the banknote to create a complete image.
The number of the banknote consists of a two-letter series and a seven-digit number in the Latin alphabet, printed horizontally on the right and vertically on the left.
The series and numbers in the horizontal view are printed in ferromagnetic protective paint, while the vertical view is printed in luminescent protective paint and irradiated in yellow under ultraviolet light.
The reverse side of the banknote depicts "AFROSIYOB ARXEOLOGIYA YODGORLIGI" dating back to the VII-V centuries BC.
On the right side there is a ceramic jug and a tray (lyagan) belonging to the X century, found in the ruins of Afrosiab.
In the upper left part of banknote, there is the statement "O’ZBEKISTON RESPUBLIKASI MARKAZIY BANKI" and the year of issue of the banknote "2021".
In the lower left and right corners there is a line with face value of the banknote "5000" in white and in the upper right corner there is an inscription "BESH MING SO’M "
The image under this inscription of the “winged tiger” –the symbol of the city of Samarkand –serves as a register for comparing the “front” and “back” sides of the banknote.
The embroidered decorative frame on the left and right sides is made of a continuously repeated statement " O’ZBEKISTON RESPUBLIKASI MARKAZIY BANKI ".
The continuously repeated microtext "UZBEKISTAN" is printed around the embroidered decoration on the left.
At the bottom, the statement "O’ZBEKISTON SO’MINI QALBAKILASHTIRISH QONUNGA MUVOFIQ TA’QIB QILINADI" is located as a warning.