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History Rp 10.000,00


Uncut Banknotes - Two Bilyets
Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II, a National Hero

Obverse Side​​

Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II was the the 8th Sultan of the Palembang Sultanate. Since he had been crowned to succeed his father, he actively opposed the invaders. His task was extremely hard, because at that time Palembang was facing a continuous battle against the British and the Dutch.

Reverse Side

An image of Limas House from Palembang, South Sumatera. This traditional house has a distinctive roof shape resembling a four square pyramid, decorated with an ornament called “simbar” and a horn on the top of the roof.

For family purposes, Limas house has a multiple floor called “Bengkilas”. When a ceremony is held, guests will be welcomed on a special floor.

Bank Indonesia issues and circulates 1,700 sheets commemorative currency of the 10,000 Rupiah denomination Emission Year 2005 in the form of 2 bilyets uncut banknotes. Each is issued with a certificate of authenticity from Bank Indonesia. Uncut banknotes is a common numismatic collector’s item and often used as souvenirs.​
Uncut Banknotes

U​​​nc​​ut Banknotes of Bank Indonesia



Series / Emission Year
The Na​​tional Heroes Series / Year 2005

​Denomination Rp20,000
Issuing Date​

October 1​8, 2005

​Signatory Mr. Burhanuddin Abdullah, Mr. Bun Bunan E.J. Hutapea
Watermark Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II, a National Hero
Cotton Fibers
​Size​145​​​​ x 130 mm​
Dominant Colors​​​​​

​- Obverse SidePurple
​- Reverse SidePurple
Main Design
​- Obverse Side
Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II, a National Hero

​- Reverse Side The traditional Limas House of Palembang, South Sumatera​

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