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Quick test - Europa series

Quick test - Europa series

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Generally speaking, the quick test works exactly the same with banknotes of the Europa series.

Quick test with Feeling 

Special printing processes give banknotes their unique feel.

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Banknote paper: Make sure that the paper feels firm and non-slip.

Tactile relief: Feel the surface of the banknote. On the front side, a series of short raised lines can be felt on the left and right edges. These lines enable people with visual impairments in particular to distinguish between the individual banknote values. A relief can also be felt in the main motif, script and large number of values.

Quick test with vision

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Portrait window: Look at the banknote against the light. The window at the top of the hologram becomes transparent. In it appears a portrait of Europe that can be seen from both sides of the note. When the note is tilted, the value of the banknote surrounded by rainbow-coloured lines can also be seen in the window. On the back, the small rainbow-colored value number appears several times in the window.

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Portrait watermark: Look at the banknote against the light. A shadowy motif becomes visible in which a portrait of the mythological figure Europe, the value of the banknote and the main motif can be seen. If you place the banknote on a dark surface, the light areas become darker. The portrait also appears in the hologram.

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Security thread: Look at the banknote against the light. The security thread appears as a dark stripe. It shows the € symbol and the value of the banknote in very small white letters.

Quick test with tilting

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Portrait window: Look at the banknote against the light. The window at the top of the hologram becomes transparent. In it appears a portrait of Europe that can be seen from both sides of the note. When the note is tilted, the value of the banknote surrounded by rainbow-coloured lines can also be seen in the window. On the back, the small rainbow-colored value number appears several times in the window.

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Portrait hologram: Tilt the banknote. The hologram - the silver stripe on the right side of the front - shows a portrait of the mythological figure Europe, the € symbol, the main motif and the value of the Banknote.

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Emerald Number: Tilt the banknote. At the bottom left you see a shiny number on which a light bar moves up and down. In addition, the number changes its color from emerald green to deep blue.

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