Sudan (Banknotes)


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Currency: Sudanese pound (SDG)
               (1 Pound = 100 Piastres)

Issuer: Central Bank of Sudan
  (Pound / Guinee)
  (Piastre / Qirsh)
1 Pound: Sud-1-Pfund-V-2006Sud-1-Pfund-R-2006 In the wake of a peace agreement in the
Sudanese civil war in 2005 the reintroduction
of the Sudanese pound was decided.
Between 10 January 2007 and 1 July 2007
the old banknotes in circulation
could be exchanged in relation of
1000 old Pounds = 100 Dinars = 1 new Pound.

10x  Sud-100-Pfund-V-1989  =  Sud-1-Pfund-V-2006

(1000 old Pounds (Series 1) = 1 new Pound (Series 3))

Sud-100-Dinar-V-1994  =  Sud-1-Pfund-V-2006

(100 Dinars (Series 2) = 1 new Pound (Series 3))
 
Series 3 (2006)  [P-64]
2 Pounds: Sud-2-Pfund-V-2006Sud-2-Pfund-R-2006
 
Series 3 (2006)  [P-65]
5 Pounds: Sud-5-Pfund-V-2006Sud-5-Pfund-R-2006
 
Series 3 (2006)  [P-66]
10 Pounds: Sud-10-Pfund-V-2006Sud-10-Pfund-R-2006  
 
Series 3 (2006)  [P-67]
 
20 Pounds: Sud-20-Pfund-V-2006Sud-20-Pfund-R-2006 Older banknotes of Sudan:



The banknotes of Egypt:

 
Series 3 (2006)  [P-68]
50 Pounds: Sud-50-Pfund-V-2006Sud-50-Pfund-R-2006
 
Series 3 (2006)  [P-69]
All presented banknotes belong to series, which were - wholly or partially - in circulation during my stay in Sudan (2007). The collection does not claim to completeness or timeliness.
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