1000-ruble Bank of Russia note of 2010 modification
The modified banknote has the same dimensions and general design as the
The modified banknotes have the following main differences:
- the security fibres of two types are embedded in the paper (two-coloured and one-coloured grey ones);
- the security thread is embedded in the paper. It comes out on the surface on the front of the banknote in the shape of a window;
- the multitone & highlight watermark is located on the wide unprinted area;
- the coat-of-arms of the city of Yaroslavl is printed in optically variable magnetic ink (OVMI) with the effect of a moving bright glossy bar;
- on the front of the banknote at the edges of unprinted areas there are fine relief line marks;
- at the bottom of a field with latent coloured waves (MVC effect) there is an area with constantly visible coloured waves;
- the height of figures of the left serial number smoothly increases from the left to the right;
- on the back of the banknote the multicoloured ornamental stripe has been changed;
- some elements of the image have magnetic properties;
- under a UV and IR light the banknote images differ in some aspects from the images of the banknotes of previous modifications.
On the front of the note there are two serial numbers that consist of two letters indicating the series followed by seven digits.