50 rupees Central Bank of Ceylon banknote (Armorial Ensign 1977)

The Central Bank of Sri Lanka issued Sri Lankan Rupee banknotes in 12 different denominations, including this 50 rupees Central Bank of Ceylon banknote (Armorial Ensign 1977). They are part of the withdrawn Sri Lankan Rupees banknotes series. The Central Bank of Sri Lanka started issuing these 50 Sri Lankan Rupee banknotes in 1977. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1982.

This banknote of 50 Ceylonese Rupees from 1977 features the Armorial Ensign of the Socialist Republic Sri Lanka, the heraldic symbol of the lion with Sword featured on the country’s national flag. Text on the old Rs 50 bill reads ‘Central Bank of Ceylon’. On the back side of the fifty rupees note is a view on a tea plantation on hills. Ceylon tea is a popular black tea and an important Sri Lankan export product.

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