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The Suriname 1,000 Gulden banknote was issued by the Central Bank of Suriname in 1963, bearing the new coat of arms. The banknote has brown and blue color combinations and is 152 x 66 mm in size. Its obverse features fruit and vegetables, a torch with a 1963 banner, and a portrait of a woman. The reverse of the note displays the national emblem depicting a shield designed with a sailing ship, a star, and a palm tree, and flanked by two native indians holding bows and arrows. It also has a banner with text in Latin JUSTITIA PIETAS FIDES. The banknote carries a watermark that shows a parrots head. Additionally, it bears the signature of the bank president, Victor Max de Miranda. This banknote has been given a grade of 66 by the Paper Money Guaranty.