The Central Bank of Nicaragua will expand the number of banknote denominations it prints on a polymer substrate this month, as it launches a new series on October 26.
The 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200 cordoba notes will all be printed on polymer, while the 500 cordoba will remain on cotton. The whole series has been redesigned with images relating to local buildings, landscapes and traditional Nicaraguan customs.
The last time the bank issued an entirely new series was back in 2009, when it became one
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