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1981-2012 | 2017

 

60 Ringgit, 2017
Commemorates the 60th Anniversary of the Signing of the Federation of Malaysia Independence

60 Ringgit, 2017 front
60 Ringgit, 2017 back

Enlarge: Front60 Ringgit, 2017 front
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600 Ringgit, 2017
Commemorates the 60th Anniversary of the Signing of the Federation of Malaysia Independence

600 Ringgit, 2017
600 Ringgit, 2017

Courtesy banknote news

The 600 Ringgit note, 370 x 220 mm, is now the largest size banknote in the world. It is larger than the previous world record holder, Philippines 100,000 Peso 1998 note which measures 355 x 215 mm.

Front: Symbolising Malaysia as a constitutional monarchy, placed in the middle is the majestic royal throne encircled by the portraits of 15 Yang di-Pertuan Agong who have reigned from 1957 till the present day.

Back: Features the portraits of the nine rulers signing the Federation of Malaya Independence Agreement on 5 August 1957.

60,000 60 Ringgit notes were printed. They were packaged in folders and sold for 120 Ringgit each.
6,000 uncut sheets of three 60 Ringgit notes were also printed and sold for 500 Ringgit each.
6,000 600 Ringgit notes were printed. They were packaged in folders and sold for 1,700 Ringgit each.

1981-2012 | 2017

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Malaysia, formerly Malaya and British Borneo located in Southeast Asia, attained independence and adopted present name in 1963. For a more detailed country profile, see CIA World Factbook on Malaysia.

 

 

 

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