PMG Registry News

Posted on 1/17/2017

The Monetary Authority of Singapore is set to release a new $1000 note in 2017.

Singapore has two new colorful notes that will be available soon in the PMG Registry. President Encik Yusof bin Ishak is depicted in fine detail on the front side of both notes and security features are similar on both notes, as well.

The $1000 note has just been announced for release in 2017. It will have a rose and black color scheme with a hint of yellow. A new symbol has also been printed on this striking note; it has a small solid house icon below the word “GOVERNMENT” on the back of the note.

Singapore $1000 note, front (left), back (right)
Image credit: Banknote News
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The $100 note was introduced in August of 2016. The color scheme is more peach, yellow, and green toned, with a touch of blue. On the back of this note, youth in various armed services are carefully and proudly depicted, and there is also a new symbol of a diamond below the word “YOUTH” on the back of the note.

Singapore $100 note, front (left), back (right)
Image credit: Banknote News
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You can find these Singapore notes here: PMG Registry: Singapore

We are constantly looking to create new PMG Registry world sets to support the way you like to collect your treasured notes. It’s easy to take a peek at all of the availble categories here: The PMG Note Registry.

Do you have PMG world notes and are unsure where they may belong? Reach us via email at with your request and we are happy to assist you.

If you're not familiar with the PMG Registry, take some time to explore it and see the many collecting options that are available. It is completely complimentary. Currency collectors can arrange Signature Sets based upon individual, personal collecting criteria, or complete existing competitive sets. Tracking inventory is easier than ever and with expansive slideshow and gallery views, your treasured collection can be fully viewable and well organized. Do you need help? Click below for our help links:


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