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The rules of the Bank of Latvia No 7 Riga, July 12, 2007 the lats banknotes issued in accordance with the description of the law "on banking" 34. the first paragraph of article i. General questions 1. rules determined by January 1, 1992 and made the dollar banknotes put into circulation and the circulation coins of late.
2. The Bank of Latvia lats banknotes published descriptions and pictures of the Bank of Latvia website (URwww.bank.lv).
II. Dollar banknotes 3. General dollar banknotes (hereinafter banknotes) description 3.1 banknotes have with 5 lats ($ 5), 10 million lats ($ 10), 20 lats ($ 20), 50 lats ($ 50), 100 lats ($ 100) and 500 million lats ($ 500) nominal value. The dimensions of the banknotes – 130 x 65 mm. Banknotes with different denominations have different color.
3.2. Notes on the front (below-obverse) inscription at the top of the BANK of LATVIA to sign (two color imprint), serial number below (in red). The inscription at the bottom, which indicates the value (two color imprint), the words the BANK of Latvia, the President's facsimile signature and serial number (in black). The right vertical bar with fancy belt Lielvārde theme and a number that indicates the value of top. The fancy band oblique angles to the light readable value. To the left on a white base, depending on the denomination of banknotes placed relief point sorting the denominations banknotes (sign of blindness) and watermark-Latvian tautumeit profile. Below the horizontal bar with tonal transitions and a number that represents the value.
3.3. Banknote back (hereinafter referred to as the reverse) at the top of the inscription that indicates value and the corresponding number. At the bottom of the number specifying the type of the value, and the BANK of Latvia sign (two color imprint). Above it the right stylized oak site (see through). Along the outer edge of the banknote on the white base vertical inscription © BANK of Latvia 1992 notes right on the white basis Latvian National coat-of-arms of the large graphic image below its year, which indicates the year of printing banknotes. Above the coat of arms – the Latvian tautumeit watermark profile. From the Center to the left paper embedded in a vertical metal bar. In the left part of the banknote in the vertical bar with diagonal of tonal transitions.
4. Banknote images 4.1. Ls 5 banknote is green. Banknote of the fancy theme saulīš background depicts the oak, notes on the reverse of the sprēslīc theme in the background – a tree ornament of the Leith sa cut the image.
4.2. the $10 banknote is purple. Banknote in the fancy background depicts the landscape of the river Daugava, notes on the reverse-brooch in motif background bronze fragments of shaped bow brooch spars.
4.3. the $20 banknote are brown in color. Banknote depicts the ancient Latvian part of the back, the reverse of the banknote-dreļļ fabric pattern motif.
4.4. $50 banknote is blue. Banknote in the medieval fortification plan of Riga in the background depicts the ancient sailing ship side, banknotes, to reverse the medieval plan of Riga, the Riga historical background the small coat-of-arms (two crossed keys with a cross above them).
4.5. the $100 banknote is red. Banknote in on an article which Krišjānis Barons recorded them in the background depicts the portrait of Baron, banknotes in Lielvārde belt reverse pattern sequence.
4.6. $500 banknote is gold in color. Banknote on the bronze wreath pattern background depicts the Latvian tautumeit's portrait in profile, the Notes tab on the reverse – a bronze wreath pattern sequence.
III. the dollar CIRCULATION coin 5. Dollar circulation coins (hereinafter coins) is with the following denominations: 1 Penny (1 s) 2 cents (2 s), 5 cents (5 s), 10 cents (10 s), 20 cents (20 s), 50 cent (50 's), 1 lats (Ls 1) 2 lats ($ 2), 10 million lats ($ 10) and 100 lats ($ 100).
6. the coin metal composition: 6.1 6.1.1 kaparot iron: 1 s: 15.65 mm in diameter – weight – 1.60 g;
18.104.22.168 s: diameter-17.00 mm, weight – 1.90 g;
6.2. copper, nickel and zinc alloy: 22.214.171.124 s: diameter-18.50 mm, weight – 2.50 g;
126.96.36.199 s: diameter-19.90 mm, weight-3.25 g;
188.8.131.52 s: diameter-21.50 mm, weight: 4.00 g;
6.3. copper and nickel alloy: 184.108.40.206 's: 18.80 mm in diameter – weight – 3.50 g;
6.3.2. Ls 1:21.75 mm in diameter-weight-4.80 g;
6.3.3. Ls 2:24.35 mm in diameter –, weight-6.00 g;
6.4. bimetal bi-coin-$ 2; the central circle material-copper, zinc and nickel alloy outer ring material: copper and nickel alloy. Mm in diameter-26.30 (central circle diameter: 18.21) mm, weight: 9.50 grams (the weight of the central circle-4.50 g, outer ring weight-5.00 g);
6.5. precious: 6.5.1. Ls 10-silver, 925. test; diameter-36.07 mm, weight: 25.175 g;
6.5.2. $100 – gold, 583.3. test (14 carats); diameter: 27.00 mm, weight: 13.338 grams;
6.5.3. $100 – gold, 999.-test; diameter – 24 mm, weight – 16.2 g. 7. Coin design 7.1.1 's, 2 's, 5 's, 10 's, 20 's and 50 's coin obverse Center of Latvian small State coat of arms image. Then around the circular inscription and the Republic of Latvia coins issue (forging) year. The reverse of the coins in the center number that indicates the denomination of the coin, in a semi-circle at the bottom write centimes (cents, CENTIMES, depending on the nominal value). The numbers on both sides of the ethnographic Sun. Coins from Sun up to the top of the sunshine five Crescent (symbol of the Labour Act). Coin belt-smooth (except for the 50 's coin).
7.2.50 's at the top of the reverse of the coin depicts the pine seedlings, low horizontal separation lines, number 50, bottom of the semicircle the words PENNY. Coin – vertically ribbed.
7.3. the $1 coins obverse Center of Latvian National coat-of-arms in the picture below – year of minting coins. Coin inscription in a semi-circle at the top, the bottom, the REPUBLIC of Latvia. At the bottom of the reverse of the coin – figure 1, below it the inscription lats in a semi-circle (except 7.3.4. and in paragraph 7.3.6 coins). -At the top of the image: 7.3.1. salmon leap above the water from left to right (1992 and 2007 release the coin);
7.3.2. the Stork that builds the nest (2001 release of the coin);
7.3.3. ant (2003 release coin);
7.3.4. fungus, below the picture figure 1, right from the center of the dash, below it the inscription lats (2004 release coin);
7.3.5. fairy tale hero Sprīdīš, arranged in a semi-circle around it 10 stars, below the image caption Latvia-EU 2004 (the 2004 release of the coin);
7.3.6. St. Peter's church tower's Apex, the cock beneath the picture – the number 1, to the right of the semicircle inscription lats (2005 release on the coin);
7.3.7. pretzel (2005 release on the coin);
7.3.8. līgotāj profile with John Crown (2006 release coin);
7.3.9. Pine Cone (2006 release coin);
7.3.10. pūcessakt (2007 release on the coin).
Coin – two of the BANK of Latvia, separated with a diamond-shaped points.
8. $2 copper and nickel alloy coins obverse Center of Latvian National coat-of-arms in the big picture, below the coat of arms – year 1992 coin inscription in a semi-circle at the top, the bottom, the REPUBLIC of Latvia. Coins reverse side depicts a cow at the top of the right hand. The bottom-figure 2, below it the inscription lats in a semi-circle. Coin – two of the BANK of Latvia, separated with a diamond-shaped points.
9. the $2 coin obverse bimetal bi-central circle great Latvian National coat of arms image. At the top of the semi-circle the outer ring of the Republic of Latvia, the inscription at the bottom of the ring with the points split year 1999 coins reverse was central at the top of the circle represented the cow, from the right side, below-2. Outer ring at the bottom of the inscription lats. Background drawing (clouds and grass) connects the central circle and outer ring. Coin – two of the BANK of Latvia, separated with a diamond-shaped points.
10. the Republic of Latvia, the 75 year anniversary of the coin series (Ls 2-copper and nickel alloys; $10-$ 100 – Silver and gold).
10.1. the center of the obverse of the coin the Latvian National coat-of-arms in the big picture, above the words in a semi-circle in the REPUBLIC of Latvia, the bottom.
10.2. the reverse of the Coin field divided horizontally into two parts. Bottom right number that indicates the nominal value (2, 10, or 100), below it the inscription lats (LVL), left, in the year 1918, the semi-circle ethnographic article, year 1993 to the top seven horizontal stripes displayed ethnographic article (Ls 2-ugunskrust and jumj signs, $10-$ 100 in the Sun, a square-you).
10.3. Coins-two of 75 years of Latvia, separated by a diamond-shaped points.
11. the $100 gold coin obverse Center of Latvian National coat-of-arms in the big picture, below the coat of arms – year 1998 coins the inscription in a semi-circle at the top, the bottom, the REPUBLIC of Latvia. The reverse of the coins in the number 100, the Center runs through an open circle. At the bottom of the inscription LATS coins from it to the right of the coin and fineness of the proof of weight (16.2 g Au. 999). Coin – alternately sorted three smooth and three vertically ribbed.
Closing questions 12. Be declared unenforceable by the Bank of Latvia Council of 16 November 2006 decision No 131/9 "on the Bank of Latvia description of marks" (Latvian journal, 2006, Nr. 192).
13. the rules shall enter into force on 13 July 2007.
The President of the Bank of Latvia is Rimšēvič.
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