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Indonesia 20,000 Rupiah Banknote, 2016, P-158a, UNC, TAP Authenticated

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Dimensions: 147 x 66 mm

Watermark: Oto Iskandar di Nata

Windowed "BI 20000" Security Thread

Orange/Green Fluorescent Serial Numbers

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The Indonesia 20,000 Rupiah Banknote comes from the 2016-2019 series that introduced new banknotes featuring Indonesias national heroes, diverse natural landscapes, flowers, and dancers. This particular 20,000-rupiah banknote measures 147 x 66 mm and has shades of green, blue, brown, and purple. The obverse side features national hero Dr. Gerungan Saul Samuel Jacob Ratulangi along with the map of Indonesia. Meanwhile, the reverse side shows a Sea turtle swimming near Derawan Islands, a black orchid (Coelogyne pandurata) flower and a dancer with feathers, also called Tari Gong.