Currency:

Kwacha

Value :

1000

Year:

2004   Sortie en 2003

Issuer:

Bank of Zambia

Size :

140 x 70 mm

Note:

A dove, symbol of peace, in the transparent window. The name of the currency, kwacha, means "dawn" in the Chibemba language, meaning the dawn of freedom.

Front:

A fish eagle, the main feature of all Zambian banknotes. A jacaranda in the center. The Zambian coat of arms lower left.

Back:

The Statue of Liberty (or the "chain breaker"), printed on the back of every Zambian bank note, Sorghum in the center. A head of aardvark on the left. The Aardvark is a large nocturnal mammal; it feeds mainly on termites and ants.

Other:

Printer: Canadian Banknote Company

Polymer

DEMONETIZED