BANK NOTE
Malaysia RM100 Forgery
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04-August-2012 01:19:37 PM
12-February-2014 06:36:18 AM
GENERAL INFORMATION
Country
Malaysia
Denomination
100 Malaysian Ringgit
Issued Date/Year
2008 CE - Common Era
Note Type
Paper - Forgery
Front Description
BANK NEGARA MALAYSIA | SERATUS RINGGIT | RM100
Back Description
بڠك نڬارا مليسيا | سراتوس ريڠڬيت
Head of State
Zeti Akhtar Aziz
Dimension
150 × 69 mm
IN COLLECTION CONDITION
Preliminary
Normal
Condition
Very Good
Malaysia RM100 Forgery
Malaysia RM100 Forgery
 
This is a forgery RM100 Malaysia banknote. 
 
Acquired from a friend who was managing a petrol pump station in Penang. His cashier was paid by a motorcyclist who want to fuel his motorcycle by using this note for only RM5 and returning RM95 in original notes.
 
Observations
 
  1. The front silver strip was taken from original RM10 note, but extended another 4mm with blank silver sticker at the bottom.
  2. Two zeroes on the top-right were re-embossed using marker.
  3. On the reverse, 6 silver lines were glued to act like original security thread, but closer looks reveals non-straight line.
  4. The printing appears to be fade, probably printed using jet-ink printer, poor quality type of paper.
  5. The shade of Agong was meant to as watermark, but printed in shady.
 
Acquired for the price of RM50.
 
Original Banknote
 
Main colour is purple.
 
Front: Tuanku Abdul Rahman wearing tengkolok headgear.
Back: Manufacturing sector, car production line; Proton car engine; gear wheen and cam-patterns.
 
LEAD holographic stripe. Windowed security thread with demetalized.
 
Printed by Giesecke & Devrient.
 
Original Catalog Information

The Banknote Book : BNM B44 (P44)
 
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