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The Singapore 100 Dollars Banknote is part of the Portrait Issues released by the Board of Commissioners of Currency in 1999. On its obverse is a portrait of Yusof bin Ishak. It also shows the coat of arms of Singapore. The reverse depicts a youth theme, members of the Singapore Red Cross, and a lion’s head. It also displays Saint John’s Ambulance Brigade, the National Police Cadet Corp officer with a sword, the tower of the SAFTI (Singapore Armed Forces Training Institute) Military Institute, and a tower with a flag. The note contains a windowed security thread with a demetallized country name and denomination in English, Malay, Mandarin, and Tamil. It also bears a registration device in the form of a lion’s head and a watermark that reveals Yusof bin Ishak with electrotype braille codes. The note is 162 x 77 mm in size. This particular banknote is in uncirculated condition and has been TAP authenticated with a grade of 60-70.