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The Cambodia 500 Riels was issued by the National Bank of Cambodia in 2002. This specimen banknote bears a diagonal red SPECIMEN overprint on both the front and back. Its obverse displays the Angkor Wat and the mythological serpent Naga. The reverse illustrates a car driving along the Kizuna bridge, which is known to be the Cambodia-Japan friendship bridge over the Mekong River located at Kampong Cham. It has no security thread but contains a Khmer text watermark. The banknote is 138 x 64 mm in size and is signed by Chea Chanto and Tieng Seng. This particular specimen banknote is in uncirculated condition and has been TAP authenticated with a grade of 60-70.