- Falkland islands (Malvinas), overseas territory of Great Britain
- of 12 173 sq. km
- English (state)
National monetary unit of the Falkland (Malvinas) islands is the Falkland pound which is equal 100 pence. In circulation there are notes in nominal value 5, 10, 20 and 50 pounds. Issue is carried out by the local government. The international designation of the Falkland pound - FKP .
The design of notes of all dignities has the identical plotting differing only in corresponding nominal values and colours. On face sides of all denominations the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, the arms and a map of the Falkland (Malvinas) islands, and also the plotting of two most widespread animal islands is represented: penguins and marine lions. On backs of notes: Christian church in Port Stanley and the government House, official residence of the governor of the Falkland (Malvinas) islands.
The Denomination of denomination of 5 pounds has the sizes 145 x 75 mm. The denomination is protected by a watermark in the form of the decorative
Ornament on all surface. Dominating colours - red-brown and lilac.
Besides the Falkland pound, in the country
The British pound sterling is used. Local money of the Falkland islands cannot be interchanged outside of the state.
It is updated 05.2012