BANK NOTE
Germany €50 : Euro Series II 'Europa' (2017)
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Country
Germany
Denomination
50 Euro
Issued Date/Year
2015 CE - Common Era
Note Type
Paper - Circulation
Front Description
© BCE ECB ЕЦБ EZB EKP EKT ESB EKB BĊE EBC 2017
50 EURO EYPΩ EBPO
Back Description
Governor
Mario Draghi
Note Printer
Giesecke & Devrient (Leipzig)
Dimension
140 × 77 mm
IN COLLECTION CONDITION
Preliminary
Normal
Condition
Uncirculated
Germany €50 : Euro Series II 'Europa' (2017)
Euro Second Series

Reinhold Gerstetter, an independent banknote designer, was chosen by the European Central Bank to redesign the euro notes.

In the new series, there are two codes, like in the first series. They are the printer code in the top right hand corner (front) and the serial number (back). Part of the serial number is horizontal and part of it is vertical. The serial number begins with a letter indicating the printer, which is broadly similar to the first series (Z for Belgium, Y for Greece, etc.). The second letter of the new serial numbers is part of the serial number itself, and has no further significance.

However, as the code indicates the printer, rather than the issuing NCB, certain letters have been reassigned from NCBs which do not maintain their own printing facilities. In the first series, H denoted Slovenia. As there is no Slovene printer of euro banknotes, H represents De La Rue (Loughton) in the second series. Several of the printers which replaced what were NCB codes maintain their printing code from the first series (De La Rue, mentioned, and Bundesdruckerei, which replaced Luxembourg as R, its previous printing code).

The acronyms of the name of the European Central Bank in ten linguistic variants, covering all official languages of the EU28. For 5 euro, 10 euro and 20 euro notes, they do not feature ESB, as Croatian became an official language only in July 2013 with the accession of Croatia, after the introduction of the banknote design earlier that year.
 
BCE French: Banque centrale européenne
Irish: Banc Ceannais Eorpach
Italian: Banca centrale europea
Portuguese: Banco Central Europeu
Romanian: Banca Centrală Europeană
Spanish: Banco Central Europeo
ECB Czech: Evropská centrální banka
Danish: Europæiske Centralbank
Dutch: Europese Centrale Bank
English: European Central Bank
Latvian: Eiropas Centrālā banka
Lithuanian: Europos Centrinis Bankas
Slovak: Európska centrálna banka
Slovene: Evropska centralna banka
Swedish: Europeiska centralbanken
ЕЦБ Bulgarian: Европейска централна банка
EZB German: Europäische Zentralbank
EKP Estonian: Euroopa Keskpank
Finnish: Euroopan keskuspankki
ΕΚΤ Greek: Ευρωπαϊκή Κεντρική Τράπεζα
ESB Croatian: Europska središnja banka
EKB Hungarian: Európai Központi Bank
BĊE Maltese: Bank Ċentrali Ewropew
EBC Polish: Europejski Bank Centralny

Architecture on the reverse side,
 
Denomination Design Architecture Architecture Century
5 Classical < 5th
10 Romanesque 11 - 12th
20 Gothic 12 - 14th
50 Renaissance 15 - 16th
100 Baroque & Rococo 17 - 18th
200 The age of iron and glass 19 - 20th

Printer's code
 
Code Printer
Z Nationale Bank van België/Banque Nationale de Belgique
Y Bank of Greece
X Giesecke & Devrient (Munich)
W Giesecke & Devrient (Leipzig)
V IMBISA (owned by Banco de España)
U Banque de France
T Central Bank of Ireland
S Banca d'Italia
R Bundesdruckerei
(Q) Omitted[110]
P Joh. Enschedé
(O) Omitted[110]
N Oesterreichische Banknoten‐ und Sicherheitsdruck GmbH
M Valora
(L) Unassigned
(K) Unassigned
J De La Rue (Gateshead)
(I) Omitted[110]
H De La Rue (Loughton)
(G) Unassigned
(F) Unassigned
E Oberthur
D Polska Wytwórnia Papierów Wartościowych
(C) Unassigned
(B) Unassigned
(A) Unassigned
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