200 Uzbekistani som Banknote Design
The 200 Uzbekistani som note front design features the National Coat of Arms and the denomination on a Uzbekistani ornamental pattern. The note’s reverse presents the Sherdor Madrasah’s facade at the Registan of Samarkand, the shape of a lion carrying the sun on its back. The lettering is in the Tajik language. This note is part of the 1997 series, and its color is dark blue and multicolor underprint.
Text: Central Bank of the Republic of Uzbekistan, The Uzbek Som must be accepted at face value for all payments in the republic, 200, 1997, СЎМ, Two Hundred So’m, Counterfeiting of the Uzbek Som is prosecuted in by law.
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The Som has been the official currency of Uzbekistan since 1993. The word soʻm means “pure” in Kyrgyz, Uyghur, and Uzbek. The first banknotes issued by the State Bank were in denominations of 1 to 10,000.
It introduced a new series in denominations of 1 to 100 soʻm, followed by a 200 soʻm in 1997. 500 soʻm in 1999, 1,000 soʻm in 2001, 5,000 soʻm in 2013, 10,000 and 50,000 soʻm in 2017, and the 100,000 soʻm in 2019.
Uzbekistan currency symbol
The currency code for the Uzbekistani Som is “UZS.” The ISO 4217 number for this currency is 860. The currency symbol for the Som is “лв.”