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Pursuant to Bank Indonesia Regulations Numbers 7/41/PBI/2005 and 7/43/PBI/2005 dated October 18, 2005, Bank Indonesia is launching the commemorative 2005 issue of Rp 10,000 and Rp 50,000 banknotes in sheets of 2, 4, and 45 uncut notes. These specially wrapped items are subject to limited availability and come with a certificate of authenticity signed by the Director of Currency Circulation. Selling prices for these notes are set above face value as follows:
- Sheet of 2 uncut rupiah notes in the Rp 10,000 denomination: Rp 70,000- Sheet of 4 uncut rupiah notes in the Rp 10,000 denomination: Rp 200,000- Sheet of 2 uncut rupiah notes in the Rp 50,000 denomination: Rp 140,000- Sheet of 4 uncut rupiah notes in the Rp 50,000 denomination: Rp 400,000- Sheet of 45 uncut rupiah notes in the Rp 10,000 and Rp 50,000 denominations: to be auctioned.
The commemorative notes may be obtained from the Bank Indonesia cashier service in Jakarta and at Bank Indonesia Regional Offices outside Jakarta commencing from Thursday, October 20, 2005. The Bank Indonesia cashier service in Jakarta operates at:
Cash Withdrawal Management Division - Bank IndonesiaBuilding C, 1st floor (Cashier)Jl. MH. Thamrin No.2, Jakarta 10110Tel. (021) 381-7233/7287Monday-Friday 09.00-12.00 local time in Jakarta
In view of the limited supply of these commemorative banknotes, cashier services will remain open as long as notes are available.
Kindly be informed.
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