The Swiss National Bank on Wednesday revealed the country’s new ten franc note, which will go into circulation on October 18th. The latest in the new series of banknotes that is being issued in stages, the ten franc note follows the 50 franc and 20 franc notes that entered circulation in April 2016 and May 2017 respectively.
The CHF10 note focuses on Switzerland’s organizational talent, as expressed in the key motif of time. Core design elements in the new series are the hand and the globe, which appear on every denomination.
The new note is the same colour as its predecessor but – as with all the new notes – is smaller and has more sophisticated design and security features than the previous banknote series.
The inspiration behind the new banknote series is ‘The many facets of Switzerland’. Each denomination depicts a typically Swiss characteristic, which is then illustrated graphically using a range of elements.
The next denomination of Swiss currency, the CHF200 note, will be issued in autumn 2018. The last two denominations in the new series, the CHF1000 and CHF100 notes, are to be issued over the course of 2019.
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