Banknotes

Banknotes Pre-1911Banknotes 1921-1924Banknotes 1925-1993Banknotes 1993-2006

 

 

Banknotes Pre-1911

MONGOL YUAN STATE PAPER MONEY. Zhiyuan Tongxing Bao Chao
Denomination-2 strings. Issued by the degree of Khubilai Khagan (Emperor Shi-Zu) in 1287AD.
20.5mm x 26mm001NGD0010
PAPER MONEY PRE-1911
ONE YELLOW TEA.

This paper money was issued in Chin Sujigt Nomun Khan Khuree (present Mandal sum of Bayankhongor aimak, Mongolia) from the treasury of Gegeen for circulation on the subordinated territory.This paper money was issued with nominal of ONE YELLOW TEA and TEN YELLOW TEA.
Obverse: ?Tiiz of the Big Treasury. One yellow tea? in Mongolian and Seal of the treasury. Reverse: Plain
110mm x 80mm001NGD0011
PAPER MONEY PRE-1911
TEN YELLOW TEA.

Obverse: ?Ten yellow tea. Tiiz of the Big Treasury? and Stamp of the Treasury. Reverse: Private Seal of Khambo Lama (?)
110mm x 80mm001NGD0020
PAPER MONEY PRE-1911
The paper money ?Tiiz? with nominal of 1 tsen.

This paper money was issued by the Erkhen Zag monastery (present Nomgon sum of Umnugobi aimak, Mongolia) for use on the territory of their shabi since the midst of 19th till be beginning of 20th century.
Obverse: ?One tsen Tiiz of Baruun Ekh? in Mongolian and stamped twice by red ink.
Reverse: plain
From collection of Ts.Batsaikhan
109mm x 70mm001NGD0030
PAPER MONEY PRE-1911
This paper money was issued from the treasury of Lamiin Gegen monastery (present Erdenetsogt sum Bayankhongor aimak, Mongolia) to be circulated within territory of their shabi.
Obverse: on the right side of the centralpart was written in Manchu: ?with nominal of five fun legally valid within certain period of time?. On the upper part of left side there are also two lines of words written in Tibetan, but it is unreadable. On the lower part of left sidethere is Chinese inscription ?five fun awarded by Lord?. Reverse: plain
175mm x 110mm001NGD0040
PAPER MONEY PRE-1911
300 cash coins paper money of Great Treasury of Khuree

This paper money was issued in 1873, the year of watery Rooster by the Great Treasury of Khuree (present Ulaanbaatar city).
Obverse: on the upper section of thecentral part were printed 4 lines of words in mongolian script: ?Paper money of the Great Treasury of Khuree?. Below that there are three lines of words written in old Mongolian script:1st line: ?under the number two thousand six hundred seven?; 2nd line: ?three hundred cash coins?; 3rd line: ?third day of the month of mouse, year of watery Rooster?. Reverse: plain
130mm x 90mm001NGD0050

 

 

The Banknotes of Mongol State 1921-1924

PAPER MONEY PRE-1911
Banknote of the Theocratic Monarchy of the Bogdo Khan. 10 dollars Banknote.

The Government of the Theocratic Monarchy of Bogdo Khan VIII JibzunDamba made decision to issue 6 per cent provisionary obligation for 6 monthsfrom 20 April till 20 October 1921. This banknote has livestock guarantee and was called "baga bolzoot" (short term). It was issued with nominal of 10, 25, 50 and 100 dollars: 10 dollars has picture of sheep, 25 dollars has picture of cow, 50 dollars -horse and 100 dollars banknote has picture of camel.
This banknote also was called as "Baron's money", because it was issued in time when Baron Ungern fon Steinberg has occupied the capital city and actually was ruling over the country.
The title of banknotes was written in Mongolian, Russian and English.
Obverse: Mongolian Government's Treasure. 6% provisionary obligation.10 dollars". (Lavrov). Number 10-0544
Reverse: Picture of sheep. On the upper part was stamp with sigh Soyombo and words: "The Stamp of guarantee from the Ministry of Finance".
185mm x 115mm001GVR0005
PAPER MONEY PRE-1911
Banknote of the Theocratic Monarchy of the Bogdo Khan. 100 dollars Banknote.

The Government of the Theocratic Monarchy of Bogdo Khan VIII JibzunDamba made decision to issue 6 per cent provisionary obligation for 6 monthsfrom 20 April till 20 October 1921. This banknote has livestock guarantee and was called "baga bolzoot" (short term). It was issued with nominal of 10, 25, 50 and 100 dollars: 10 dollars has picture of sheep, 25 dollars has picture of cow, 50 dollars -horse and 100 dollars banknote has picture of camel.
This banknote also was called as "Baron's money", because it was issued in time when Baron Ungern fon Steinberg has occupied the capital city and actually was ruling over the country.
The title of banknotes was written in Mongolian, Russian and English.
Obverse: "Mongolian Government?s Treasure. 6% provisionary obligation.100 dollars". And signed by the Minister of Finance (signature and seal) and consultant to theMinistry - clerk Lavroff. (Lavrov). Number 5-0384.
Reverse: Picture of camel. On the upper part was stamp with sigh Soyombo and words: "The Stamp of guarantee from the Ministry of Finance".
185mm x 115mm001GVR0006
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50cents. 1921.
105mm x 60mm001GVR0010
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1 dollar. 1921
145mm x 75mm001GVR0020
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3 dollars.1921
160mm x 90mm001GVR0030
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5 dollars. 1921
150mm x 84mm001GVR0040
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10 dollars. 1921
163mm x 84mm001GVR0050
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25 dollars. 1921
160mm x 92mm001GVR0060

 

 

The Banknotes of Mongolian Peoples Republic 1925-1993

THE BANKNOTES OF MONGOLIAN PEOPLE?S REPUBLIC (1921-1993)
Banknotes issued in 1955
5 tugriks. 1955.
156mm x 88mm001DRV0260
THE BANKNOTES OF MONGOLIAN PEOPLE?S REPUBLIC (1921-1993)
Banknotes issued in 1955
10 tugriks. 1955.
165mm x 95mm001DRV0270
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Banknotes issued in 1955
25 tugriks. 1955.
170mm x 95mm001DRV0280
THE BANKNOTES OF MONGOLIAN PEOPLE?S REPUBLIC (1921-1993)
Banknotes issued in 1955
50 tugriks. 1955.
180mm x 100mm001DRV0290
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Banknotes issued in 1955
100 tugriks. 1955.
183mm x 100mm001DRV0300
THE BANKNOTES OF MONGOLIAN PEOPLE?S REPUBLIC (1921-1993)
Banknotes issued in 1966
1 tugrik. 1966.
120mm x 60mm001DRV0310
THE BANKNOTES OF MONGOLIAN PEOPLE?S REPUBLIC (1921-1993)
Banknotes issued in 1966
3 tugriks. 1966.
125mm x 62mm001DRV0320
THE BANKNOTES OF MONGOLIAN PEOPLE?S REPUBLIC (1921-1993)
Banknotes issued in 1966
5 tugriks. 1966.
125mm x 62mm001DRV0330
THE BANKNOTES OF MONGOLIAN PEOPLE?S REPUBLIC (1921-1993)
Banknotes issued in 1966
10 tugriks. 1966.
130mm x 62mm001DRV0340
THE BANKNOTES OF MONGOLIAN PEOPLE?S REPUBLIC (1921-1993)
Banknotes issued in 1966
25 tugriks. 1966.
130mm x 62mm001DRV0350
THE BANKNOTES OF MONGOLIAN PEOPLE?S REPUBLIC (1921-1993)
Banknotes issued in 1966
50 tugriks. 1966.
141mm x 66mm001DRV0360
THE BANKNOTES OF MONGOLIAN PEOPLE?S REPUBLIC (1921-1993)
Banknotes issued in 1966
100 tugriks. 1966.
150mm x 67mm001DRV0370
THE BANKNOTES OF MONGOLIAN PEOPLE?S REPUBLIC (1921-1993)
Banknotes issued in 1981-1983
1 tugrik 1983.
120mm x 60mm001DRV0380
THE BANKNOTES OF MONGOLIAN PEOPLE?S REPUBLIC (1921-1993)
Banknotes issued in 1981-1983
3 tugriks. 1983.
125mm x 62mm001DRV0390
THE BANKNOTES OF MONGOLIAN PEOPLE?S REPUBLIC (1921-1993)
Banknotes issued in 1981-1983
5 tugriks. 1981.
125mm x 62mm001DRV0400
THE BANKNOTES OF MONGOLIAN PEOPLE?S REPUBLIC (1921-1993)
Banknotes issued in 1981-1983
10 tugriks. 1981.
130mm x 62mm001DRV0410
THE BANKNOTES OF MONGOLIAN PEOPLE?S REPUBLIC (1921-1993)
Banknotes issued in 1981-1983
20 tugriks. 1981.
136mm x 62mm001DRV0420
THE BANKNOTES OF MONGOLIAN PEOPLE?S REPUBLIC (1921-1993)
Banknotes issued in 1981-1983
50 tugriks. 1981.
141mm x 66m001DRV0430
THE BANKNOTES OF MONGOLIAN PEOPLE?S REPUBLIC (1921-1993)
Banknotes issued in 1981-1983
100 tugriks. 1981.
150mm x 67mm001DRV0440
   

 

 

 

The Banknotes of Mongol State 1993-2006

THE BANKNOTES OF MONGOLIAN STATE ISSUED IN (1993-2006)
5000 tugriks. 2003.
151mm x 72mm001TVD0260
THE BANKNOTES OF MONGOLIAN STATE ISSUED IN (1993-2006)
10000 tugriks. 1995.
150mm x 72mm001TVD0270
THE BANKNOTES OF MONGOLIAN STATE ISSUED IN (1993-2006)
10000 tugriks. 2002.
150mm x 72mm001TVD0280
THE BANKNOTES OF MONGOLIAN STATE ISSUED IN (1993-2006)
20000 tugriks. 2006.
Mongol Bank has issued a new 20,000 tugrik banknote for general circulation. There are 1000 banknotes in the first issue that commemorates the 800 th Anniversary ofMongol Empire. Each of these 1000 banknotes has a commemorative mark and a serial number ranging from 0001 to 1000 and has issued specifically for this purpose. The circulation value of each banknote is 20.000 tugriks. The observe side of the banknote has an image of Chinggis Khan, a commemorative writing of 800th Anniversary of Mongol Empire and signature of the President of Mongol Bank O.Chuluunbat. The reverse side has the same writing of 800th Anniversary of Mongol Empire in the background, however it doesn't have the serial number. Each banknote is sealed in a 27 mm wide glass container (weight 2.5lb (1.4kg))
150 mm x 70 mm001TVD0290
Mongolian Banknote. 2006.
20000tugriks.
With a very low Serial Number: AA0000016.
Portrait of Chinggis Khan.
150mm x 70mm001TVD0295