BANK NOTE
Malaysia $50 Abdul Aziz Taha (1981) 'First Series'
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Country
Malaysia
Denomination
50 Malaysian Ringgit
Issued Date/Year
1981 CE - Common Era
Note Type
Paper - Circulation
Front Description
$50 BANK NEGARA MALAYSIA WANG KERTAS INI SAH DIPERLAKUKAN DENGAN NILAI LIMA PULUH RINGGIT | GABENUR
Back Description
$50 BANK NEGARA MALAYSIA $50 THOMAS DE LA RUE & COMPANY, LIMITED
Head of State
Abdul Aziz bin Taha
Note Printer
Thomas De La Rue & Company Limited
Dimension
146 × 87 mm
IN COLLECTION CONDITION
Preliminary
Normal
Condition
Almost Uncirculated
CATALOG INFORMATION
M48
Standard Catalog of Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei : Coin & Paper Money
BNM:B16
The Banknote Book - Malaysia
Malaysia $50 Abdul Aziz Taha (1981) 'First Series'
First Series (1967)

Bank Negara Malaysia first issued Malaysian dollar banknotes on 6 June 1967 in $1, $5, $10, $50 and $100 denominations. The $1000 denomination was first issued on 2 September 1968. The first Malaysian banknotes carried the image of Tuanku Abdul Rahman, the first Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia and bore the signature of Tun Ismail bin Mohamed Ali, the first Malaysian Governor of Bank Negara Malaysia. On 16 August 1972, Bank Negara Malaysia adopted official new spelling system of the national language, Bahasa Malaysia, into the printing of its currency notes while retaining the designs. The banknotes with new spellings are circulated alongside the old banknotes.

Governor



Tan Sri Abdul Aziz bin Haji Taha was the governor from July 1980 until June 1985.

Banknote

Main colour is blue and was introduced in 1981.

Serial number with prefix numerator, 
 
B 781128
72
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