5 rupees Central Bank of Ceylon banknote (Armorial Ensign series)

The Central Bank of Sri Lanka issued Sri Lankan Rupee banknotes in 11 different denominations, including this 5 rupees Central Bank of Ceylon banknote (Armorial Ensign series). They are part of the withdrawn Sri Lankan Rupees banknotes series. The Central Bank of Sri Lanka started issuing these 5 Sri Lankan Rupee banknotes in 1956. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1962.

The bright red and orange coloured banknote of five rupees shows the lion with sword, symbol of the Sinhalese people, on the front side. The design is the armorial ensign of Ceylon and later Sri Lanka. On the back side of this old Rs5 bill is the statue of King Parakramabahu the Great.

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