10 Sri Lankan rupees banknote (Chinthe)
The Central Bank of Sri Lanka issued Sri Lankan Rupee banknotes in 11 different denominations,
including this 10 Sri Lankan rupees banknote (Chinthe). They are part of the withdrawn Sri Lankan Rupees banknotes series. The Central Bank of Sri Lanka started issuing
these 10 Sri Lankan Rupee banknotes in 1991. They were withdrawn from circulation in 2010.
The statue on the front of this 10 Rupee banknote from Sri Lanka is a leogryph, a mythical half lion, half dragon creature also known as a chinthe. The chinthe also features on the Burmese Kyat banknotes, and is a common cultural reference in Thailand, Cambodia and Laos as well. The back of Sri Lanka’s old Rs10 note shows the Presidential Secretariat building in Columbo, and also a stork and some flowers.
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1 LKR = £0.0025
You get: £0.03
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