Banknotes of the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus in Circulation 2009 Series. 10 Rubles
Local half-tone, a drawing of a fragment from the main image on the banknote’s front.
Metallic thread of a windowed type that emerges on the front paper surface in the form of rectangles. When viewing the banknote against the light the security thread is seen as solid dark line with the negative (light) text, both in a direct and inverse viewing.
See–through register mark
A fragment on the averse of the banknote, when held up to the light, is filled with color from the elements on the back, forming a perfect single image of the banknote’s denomination.
Letters "РБ" are visible when the banknote is held up to the light at an acute viewing angle.
The main image of the banknote’s front, denomination value in figures and letters, text "НАЦЫЯНАЛЬНЫ БАНК РЭСПУБЛІКІ БЕЛАРУСЬ" and the marking for people with impaired vision ("blind code") are raised and can be easily detected by touch.
Thin antireplicating lines are printed on the white surface.
Continuosly repeated texts "БЕЛАРУСЬ", "НБРБ" and the denomination value are read when zooming.
Serial numbers are made with a relief print and consist of a two-letter series and seven-digit number having different height (with that, in every two-letter series one banknote with eight digits –10000000 – will be present).