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The Suriname 100 Gulden banknote was introduced by the Central Bank van Suriname in 1998. The note has yellow, red, green, and purple color schemes. Featured on its obverse is the Central Bank of Suriname headquarters building at the Waterkant in Paramaribo, a factory with smokestacks, and a hibiscus flower. The reverse of the note displays a toucan on a branch, a hibiscus flower, the emblem of Suriname, and a hydraulic excavator loading a dump truck in an open-pit mine. The 147 x 68 mm paper bill bears a solid security thread and a watermark that reflects a toucan. It was printed by Thomas De La Rue and Company Limited and carries the signature of Hendrick Otmar Goedschalk. This particular Suriname 100 Gulden banknote has been given a grade of 66 by the Paper Money Guaranty.