Latent Image on the Banknote
See through feature on the Banknote
On the Front of the 10 Denars Banknote is depicted the Torso of the Egyptian Goddess Isis (Isida – 2nd Century BC), which is 42 cm high, sculpted from Albaster on amber colour. Imported to Ohrid, once known as Lihnidos, the Goddess Isida, Mother of the entire Nature, rules the Underworld. She is a comforter of sufferers and calmer of storms.
The Back of the 10 Denars Banknote
Image of the peacock mosaic from Stobi which inspired the design on the 10 Denars Banknote
The Front of the 50 Denars Banknote
Image of a Folis Coin marked with an “M” on the Reverse and depicting portrait of Anastasie I on the Obverse
The Back of the 50 Denars Banknote
The Back of the 100 Denars Banknote
The Back of a 500 Denar Banknote issued in 2003
This is an image of the 500 Denar Banknote issued under the 1993 Series of Banknotes. On the Front, it depicts Samuil’s fortress in Ohrid.
The Back of a 500 Denar Banknote issued in 1993
On the Back is the Monastery of St Jovan Caneo in Ohrid.
The Front of a 200 Denars Banknote issued in 2014
The Back of a 200 Denars Banknote issued in 2014