In 1967 Singapore and Brunei came to an agreement whereby each currency would be valid
in the other’s territory. The 40th Anniversary of this Currency Interchageability Agreement
was celebrated in 2007 with the issue of a special 20 ringgit note in polymer plastic.
We are delighted to offer Crisp Uncirculated examples of the Brunei 20 ringgit issued as
part of the celebrations (P34a) Printed on polymer plastic a portrait of the Sultan is to the right
with flowers at the centre and a see through panel at the far left. On the back we find vignettes
of landmark buildings in Singapore and Brunei.
A wonderful opportunity to add these special polymer 20 ringgit notes to your collection.
Issued by Thomas de la Rue as part of a series of Test
notes celebrating Renewable energy, this 50 units notes
represents wind power. They are coloured blue, green and
multicoloured and have a wind turbine illustrated on one
side and a view of the Isle of Eigg on the other. In 2008,
this small Scottish island became the first community to
launch an off-grid electricity system powered by wind,
water and solar. Uncirculated.