Banknotes

In circulation since 01.01.2001
Dimensions 157 x 69 mm

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front side

back side

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The 1000-ruble banknote is printed on white high-quality cotton paper. Chaotically embedded in the paper are protective fibres of light-green and red colour, fibres with alternating red and yellow sectors, as well as a vertical security thread with repeated text seen in the transparent light. The banknote has local watermarks in the left and right coupon fields.

The front of the banknote depicts the monument to Prince Yaroslav the Wise and chapel on the background of the Yaroslavl Kremlin.

On the back of the banknote there is the Bell Tower and Church of John the Precursor in Yaroslavl.

Predominant colours of the banknote are blue and green.

The emblem of the Bank of Russia is made with optically-variable ink (OVI).

The banknote possesses several machine-readable security features.

Security features checked in the transmitted light

front side

  • Multitone watermark

    The paper has local watermarks on the left and right coupon fields. In the wide coupon field there is a fragment of the monument to Prince Yaroslav the Wise in the city of Yaroslavl and in the narrow coupon filed there is a numeric value of the denomination (value numeral 1000). When the banknote is held up to the light you can see various parts of the watermarks, some of which are lighter while others are darker than the surrounding paper.

       
  • Multitone watermark

    The paper has local watermarks on the left and right coupon fields. In the wide coupon field there is a fragment of the monument to Prince Yaroslav the Wise in the city of Yaroslavl and in the narrow coupon filed there is a numeric value of the denomination (value numeral 1000). When the banknote is held up to the light you can see various parts of the watermarks, some of which are lighter while others are darker than the surrounding paper.

       
  • Security thread

    The paper contains a vertical narrow polymer security thread 1 mm in width. It becomes visible when the banknote is held up to the light. The thread bears a recurrent, direct and reverse inscription „ЦБР 1000”, printed in black.

       
  • See-through (printing in) register

    The note is printed with great accuracy so that irregular elements of the design on both sides of the banknote join up to form a complete picture when the banknote is viewed against the light.

       
  • front side
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back side

  • See-through (printing in) register

    The note is printed with great accuracy so that irregular elements of the design on both sides of the banknote join up to form a complete picture when the banknote is viewed against the light.

       
  • back side
back side

Security features checked with a magnifying glass (x8-x10)

back side

  • Micropattern

    On the reverse side of the banknote there are images consisting of fine lines that look like an even background for a naked eye. Copying these images causes their possible distortion or appearance of inappropriate light or dark images (moire effect: set of fine and narrowly printed lines which produce an optical confusion when reproduced by copiers).

       
  • Microtext

    In the top part of the banknote there is a positive microtext in the form of eleven lines of repeated value numeral „1000”.

    At the bottom of the banknote there is a microtext in the form of seven stripes with a repeated text „ЦБР1000” which smoothly changes from negative to positive from the left to the right.
       
  • Micropattern

    On the reverse side of the banknote there are images consisting of fine lines that look like an even background for a naked eye. Copying these images causes their possible distortion or appearance of inappropriate light or dark images (moire effect: set of fine and narrowly printed lines which produce an optical confusion when reproduced by copiers).

       
  • Microtext

    In the top part of the banknote there is a positive microtext in the form of eleven lines of repeated value numeral „1000”.

    At the bottom of the banknote there is a microtext in the form of seven stripes with a repeated text „ЦБР1000” which smoothly changes from negative to positive from the left to the right.
       
  • back side
back side

Security features checked by tilting a banknote

front side

  • Metallic ink

    It is ink with a metallic silvery sheen. The characteristic metallic luster of the ink used in this part of the banknote cannot be reproduced by рhotocopying.

       
  • Latent image of the letters „РР”
    (kipp-effect)

    When a banknote is viewed at an acute angle, letters „РР” become visible on the decorative stripe. The letters become either light on a dark background or dark on a light background depending on the orientation of the banknote.

       
  • Optically variable ink (OVI)

    The emblem of the Bank of Russia is printed with OVI ink. When the banknote is tilted, the emblem changes colour from reddish orange to yellowish green.

       
  • front side
front side

Security features checked by tactile effect (raised print)

front side

  • Raised print

    The text „Билет Банка России” (The Note of the Bank of Russia), mark for people with impaired sight and emblem of the Bank of Russia have a raised relief well felt to the touch.

       
  • Raised print

    The text „Билет Банка России” (The Note of the Bank of Russia), mark for people with impaired sight and emblem of the Bank of Russia have a raised relief well felt to the touch.

       
  • Raised print

    The text „Билет Банка России” (The Note of the Bank of Russia), mark for people with impaired sight and emblem of the Bank of Russia have a raised relief well felt to the touch.

       
  • front side
front side

IR light

Correspondence of the image of the banknote under an IR light (880 - 1000 nm)

Presence of green luminescence of the grey image elements under an IR light (940 - 960 nm)

IR light

front side

IR light

back side

UF light

Correspondence of luminescence of the banknote image elements under a UV light (350 - 380 nm)

Absence of a background luminescence of paper under a UV light (350 - 380 nm)

UF light

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UF light

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