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THE SCHEDULE

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THE SCHEDULE
DESCRIPTION OF THE $5 CHARITY WORK IN SINGAPORE COMMEMORATIVE COINS ISSUED ON 22ND SEPTEMBER 1998
Denomination
Metal
Standard Weight
Standard Diameter
Standard Thickness
Shape
Edge
Design of Obverse
Design of Reverse
5 Dollars
92.5% Silver
20.00 g +
38.70 mm +
2.45 mm +
Round
Milled and bearing the words “BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF CURRENCY, SINGAPORE” and lion symbol
The Singapore Arms in the centre with the year-date “1998” below it and the word “SINGAPORE” in the 4 official languages around the circumference of the coin. The position of the mintmark is at 5 o’clock of the coin.
A pair of helping hands reaching down gently and forming a symbolic shape of the “Heart of Gold” to signify charity and community work and services in Singapore. A delicate young shoot appears from the top of the “Heart of Gold”.
 
7.5% Copper
0.20 g
0.15 mm
0.20 mm
 
 
 
 
 
Gold Insert:
0.30 g +
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
916 gold
0.10
 
 
 
 
 
The words “We Care” and “We Share” respectively above and below the pair of helping hands represent the commitment of the charity movement.
 
minimum
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
5 Dollars
75% Copper
20.00 g +
38.70 mm +
2.45 mm +
Round
 
The Singapore Arms in the centre with the year-date “1998” below it and the word “SINGAPORE” in the 4 official languages around the circumference of the coin.
The denomination “$5” is above the design with the words “CHARITY WORK IN SINGAPORE” at the top circumference of the coin.
 
25% Nickel
0.40 g
0.125 mm
0.152 mm
 
 
 
 
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Obverse Design of the $5 Charity Work in Singapore Proof Coin
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Obverse Design of the $5 Charity Work in Singapore Uncirculated Coin
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Common Reverse Design of the $5 Charity Work in Singapore Coin
[S 444/98 — 28.8.98]
DESCRIPTION OF THE SINGAPORE LION GOLD BULLION COINS ISSUED ON
27TH OCTOBER 1998
DESCRIPTION OF THE SINGAPORE LION GOLD BULLION COINS
Denomination
Metal
Standard Weight and Gold Content
Standard Diameter
Standard Thickness
Shape
Edge
Design of Obverse
Design of Reverse
50 Dollars
999.9 Fine Gold
31.1035 g + 0.05 g
(1 troy oz of fine gold)
32.12 mm + 0.15 mm
2.50 mm + 0.20mm
Round
Milled
The Singapore Arms in the centre with the the year-date “1998” below it and the word “SINGAPORE” in the 4 official languages around the circumference of the coin. The position of the mintmark is at 7 o’clock of the proof coins.
Stylised version of a lion’s head with the denomination of the coin below it and a privy mark of a tiger design to the left of the denomination. The troy weight and fineness of the coin appear on the right side of the coin. The special privy mark with the latent image is found only on the proof 1 troy oz coin. The proof 1/2 troy oz coin bears a serial number.
20 Dollars
999.9 Fine Gold
15.552 g + 0.05 g
(1/2 troy oz of fine gold)
27.00 mm + 0.15 mm
2.00 mm + 0.20 mm
Round
Milled
 
 
10 Dollars
999.9 Fine Gold
7.776 g + 0.05 g
(1/4 troy oz of fine gold)
21.96 mm + 0.125 mm
1.55 mm + 0.20 mm
Round
Milled
 
 
5 Dollars
999.9 Fine Gold
3.110 g + 0.05 g
(1/10 troy oz of fine gold)
17.95 mm + 0.125 mm
1.10 mm + 0.20 mm
Round
Milled
 
 
1 Dollar
999.9 Fine Gold
1.550 g + 0.02 g
(1/20 troy oz of fine gold)
13.92 mm + 0.125 mm
0.90 mm + 0.20 mm
Round
Milled
 
 
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(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
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(f)
(g)
(h)
(a)
Reverse Design of the $50 Singapore Lion Gold Bullion Coin
(b)
Reverse Design of the $20 Singapore Lion Gold Bullion Coin
(c)
Reverse Design of the $10 Singapore Lion Gold Bullion Coin
(d)
Reverse Design of the $5 Singapore Lion Gold Bullion Coin
(e)
Reverse Design of the $1 Singapore Lion Gold Bullion Coin
(f)
Common Obverse Design for Singapore Lion Gold Bullion Coins (Proof)
(g)
Common Obverse Design for Singapore Lion Gold Bullion Coins (Brilliant Uncirculated)
(h)
Privy mark and Latent Image
[S 507/98 — 2.10.98]
DESCRIPTION OF THE $250 GOLD PROOF COIN, $10 SILVER PIEDFORT PROOF COIN AND $10 CUPRO-NICKEL PROOF-LIKE COIN ISSUED ON 18TH JANUARY 1999
Denomination
Metal
Standard Weight
Standard Diameter
Standard Thickness
Shape
Edge
Design of Obverse
Design of Reverse
250 Dollars
999.9 Fine Gold
31.103 g + 0.05 g
32.12 mm
+ 0.15 mm
2.50 mm
+
0.20 mm
Round
Milled and bearing the words “BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF CURRENCY, SINGAPORE” and lion symbol.
The Singapore Arms in the centre with the year-date “1999” below it and the word “SINGAPORE” in the 4 official languages around the circumference of the coin. The position of the mintmark is at 5 o’clock for the $250 gold and $10 silver coins.
A stylised version of a rabbit design is in the centre. The coin design is based on the paper-cut style. The 2 Chinese characters signifying the “Year of Rabbit” are above the rabbit design and the denomination of the coin in figures is below the design. The troy weight and fineness of the coin are at the lower circumference of the $250 gold and $10 silver coins.
10 Dollars
999 Fine Silver
62.206 g
+0.20 g
40.70 mm
+ 0.15 mm
5.80 mm
+
0.20 mm
Round
 
 
 
10 Dollars
75% Copper
28.00 g + 0.40 g
40.70 mm
+ 0.15 mm
3.05 mm
+
0.20 mm
Round
 
 
 
 
25% Nickel
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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(a)
(b)
(c)
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(d)
(e)
(a)
Reverse Design of the $250 Gold Proof Coin
(b)
Reverse Design of the $10 Silver Piedfort Proof Coin
(c)
Reverse Design of the $10 Cupro-Nickel Proof-Like Coin
(d)
Common Obverse Design for (a) and (b)
(e)
Obverse Design for (c)
[S 575/98 — 27.11.98]
DESCRIPTION OF THE $5 UNCIRCULATED COIN ISSUED ON 18TH JANUARY 1999
Denomination
Metal
Standard Weight
Standard Diameter
Standard Thickness
Shape
Edge
Design of Obverse
Design of Reverse
5 Dollars
Outer Ring —
6.70 g +
23.30 mm +
2.30 mm +
Scallop
Plain
The Singapore Arms in the centre with the latent image below it. The latent image bears the year-date and BCCS logo. A ring of beads surrounds the Singapore Arms with the word “SINGAPORE” in the 4 official languages around the circumference of the coin.
The flower, Vanda Miss Joaquim in the centre with the figures “$5” below it. A ring of beads surrounds the flower with the words “FIVE DOLLARS” and five dots at the outer ring of the coin.
 
Copper 75%
0.17 g
0.125 mm
0.152 mm
 
 
 
 
 
Nickel 25%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Core —
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Copper 92%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Aluminium 6%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Nickel 2%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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(a)
(b)
(c)
(a)
Reverse Design of the $5 Uncirculated Coin
(b)
Obverse Design of the $5 Uncirculated Coin
(c)
Latent Image
[S 588/98 — 4.12.98]
DESCRIPTION OF THE $5 STERLING SILVER PROOF COIN ISSUED ON 25TH MAY 1999
Denomination
Metal
Standard Weight
Standard Diameter
Standard Thickness
Shape
Edge
Design of Obverse
Design of Reverse
5 Dollars
Silver 92.5%
8.25 g ± 0.20 g
23.30 mm ± 0.15 mm
2.30 mm ± 0.20 mm
Scallop
Plain
The Singapore Arms in the centre with the latent image below it. The latent image bears the year-date and BCCS logo. A ring of beads surrounds the Singapore Arms with the word “SINGAPORE” in the 4 official languages around the circumference of the coin. The position of the mintmark is at 7 o’clock.
The flower, Vanda Miss Joaquim in the centre with the figures “$5” below it. A ring of beads surrounds the flower with the words “FIVE DOLLARS” and five dots at the outer ring of the coin.
 
Copper 7.5%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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(a)
(b)
(c)
(a)
Reverse Design of the $5 Sterling Silver Coin
(b)
Obverse Design of the $5 Sterling Silver Coin
(c)
Latent Image
[S 213/99 — 14.5.99]
DESCRIPTION OF THE PARLIAMENT $50 AND $5 COMMEMORATIVE COINS ISSUED ON 9TH AUGUST 1999
Denomination
Metal
Standard Weight
Standard Diameter
Standard Thickness
Shape
Edge
Design of Obverse
Design of Reverse
50 Dollars
999.9 Fine Gold
31.1035 g ± 0.05 g
(1 troy oz of fine gold)
32.12 mm
+
0.15 mm
2.50 mm +0.20 mm
Round
Milled and bearing the words “BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF CURRENCY, SINGAPORE” and lion symbol.
The Singapore Arms in the centre with the year-date “1999” below it and the word “SINGAPORE” in the 4 official languages around the circumference of the coin. The position of the mintmark is at 5 o’clock of the coin.
The design features the new Parliament House with the denomination above it and the word “PARLIAMENT” below it.
5 Dollars
92.5% Silver
20.00 g
38.70 mm
2.45 mm
Round
 
 
 
 
7.5% Copper
+ 0.20 g
+ 0.15 mm
±0.20 mm
 
 
 
 
5 Dollars
75% Copper
20.00 g
38.70 mm
2.45 mm
Round
 
The Singapore Arms in the centre with the year-date “1999” below it and the word “SINGAPORE” in the 4 official languages around the circumference of the coin.
 
 
25% Nickel
+ 0.40 g
± 0.125 mm
+ 0.152 mm
 
 
 
 
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(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(a)
Reverse Design of $50 Gold Proof Coin.
(b)
Reverse Design of $5 Sterling Silver Proof and $5 Uncirculated Coins.
(c)
Obverse Design of $50 Gold Proof and $5 Sterling Silver Proof Coins.
(d)
Obverse Design of $5 Uncirculated Coin.
[S 336/99 — 23.7.99]
DESCRIPTION OF THE SINGAPORE LION GOLD BULLION COINS ISSUED ON 21ST SEPTEMBER 1999
DESCRIPTION OF THE SINGAPORE LION GOLD BULLION COINS
Denomination
Metal
Standard Weight and Gold Content
Standard Diameter
Standard Thickness
Shape
Edge
Design of Obverse
Design of Reverse
50 Dollars
999.9 Fine Gold
31.1035 g + 0.05 g
(1 troy oz of fine gold)
32.12 mm
+ 0.15 mm
2.50 mm
+ 0.20mm
Round
Milled
The Singapore Arms in the centre with the year-date below it and the word “SINGAPORE” in the 4 official languages around the circumference of the coin. The position of the mintmark is at 7 o’clock of the proof coins.
Stylised version of a lion’s head with the denomination of the coin below it and a privy mark design of a rabbit design to the left of the denomination. The troy weight and fineness of the coin appear on the right side of the coin. The special privy mark with the latent image is found only on the proof 1 troy oz coin. The proof 1/2 troy oz coin bears a serial number.
20 Dollars
999.9 Fine Gold
15.552 g + 0.05 g
(1/2 troy oz of fine gold)
27.00 mm
+ 0.15 mm
2.00 mm
+ 0.20 mm
Round
Milled
 
 
10 Dollars
999.9 Fine Gold
7.776 g + 0.05 g
(1/4 troy oz of fine gold)
21.96 mm
+ 0.125 mm
1.55 mm
+ 0.20 mm
Round
Milled
 
 
5 Dollars
999.9 Fine Gold
3.110 g + 0.05 g
(1/10 troy oz of fine gold)
17.95 mm
+ 0.125 mm
1.10 mm
+ 0.20 mm
Round
Milled
 
 
1 Dollar
999.9 Fine Gold
1.550 g + 0.02 g
(1/20 troy oz of fine gold)
13.92 mm
+ 0.125 mm
0.90 mm
+ 0.20 mm
Round
Milled
 
 
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(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
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(f)
(g)
(h)
(a)
Reverse Design of the $50 Singapore Lion Gold Bullion Coin
(b)
Reverse Design of the $20 Singapore Lion Gold Bullion Coin
(c)
Reverse Design of the $10 Singapore Lion Gold Bullion Coin
(d)
Reverse Design of the $5 Singapore Lion Gold Bullion Coin
(e)
Reverse Design of the $1 Singapore Lion Gold Bullion Coin
(f)
Common Obverse Design for Singapore Lion Gold Bullion Coins (Proof)
(g)
Common Obverse Design for Singapore Lion Gold Bullion Coins (Brilliant Uncirculated)
(h)
Privy Mark and Latent Image
[S 366/99 — 27.8.99]
DESCRIPTION OF THE SINGAPORE ‘PORTRAIT’ CURRENCY NOTES ISSUED ON 9TH SEPTEMBER 1999
Denomination
Size
Design
Predominant and Secondary Colours
Front
Back
Front
Back
$2
Length — 126 mm
Width — 63 mm
The front design features the portrait of Singapore’s first President, the late Encik Yusof bin Ishak. The word “SINGAPORE” is printed on the bottom centre portion. The Singapore Arms is positioned on the upper left-hand corner while the denomination numeral “2” is located at the upper middle and bottom right-hand corner. The silver coloured octagonal kinegram showing colourful images of the denomination numeral ‘2’, BCCS logo and the letters “BCCS” is located above the words ‘THIS NOTE IS LEGAL TENDER’. The signature and seal of Dr Richard Hu Tsu Tau, Chairman, Board of Commissioners of Currency, Singapore, are below the words ‘TWO DOLLARS’. The ‘Lift Twin’ bearing the latent image of the BCCS logo and the Singapore Lion symbol is at the lower centre of the note.
The back design features a group of pupils interacting with a teacher in a ‘Borderless’ classroom. Three prominent institutions of learning are seen in the background below the word ‘SINGAPORE’, printed on the top centre portion of the note. The ‘Singapore Lion’ is to the lower left of the Portrait watermark and is in perfect registration with that on the front. The denomination numeral ‘2’ is located at the top left-hand corner and to the left of the ‘Singapore Lion’. The word ‘EDUCATION’ is located at the bottom centre of the note.
Predominant Colour:
Purple


Secondary Colours:
Blue and Brown
Predominant Colour:Purple



Secondary Colours:
Blue and Brown
 
 
A ‘Singapore Lion’ is located at the left-hand side of the word ‘SINGAPORE’. One set of the asymmetrical serial number appears horizontal on the left-hand side while the other set appears vertical on the right-hand side.
 
 
 
$5
Length — 133 mm
Width — 66 mm
The front design features the portrait of Singapore’s first President, the late Encik Yusof bin Ishak. The word “SINGAPORE” is printed on the bottom centre portion. The Singapore Arms is positioned on the upper left-hand corner while the denomination numeral “5” is located at the upper middle and bottom right-hand corner. The silver coloured octagonal kinegram showing colourful images of the denomination numeral “5”, BCCS logo and the letters “BCCS” is located above the words “THIS NOTE IS LEGAL TENDER”. The signature and seal of Dr Richard Hu Tsu Tau, Chairman, Board of Commissioners of Currency, Singapore, are below the words “FIVE DOLLARS”. The “Lift Twin” bearing the latent image of the BCCS logo and the Singapore Lion symbol is at the lower centre of the note. A “Singapore Lion” is located at the left-hand side of the word “SINGAPORE”. One set of the asymmetrical serial number appears horizontal on the left-hand side while the other set appears vertical on the right-hand side.
The back design features a Garden City landscape dominated by the portrayal of the old tembusu tree (Fagraea fragrans). In the foreground of the design lies a bed of Singapore’s national flower, the Vanda Miss Joaquim. The word “SINGAPORE” is at the top centre portion of the note. The “Singapore Lion” is to the lower left of the Portrait watermark and is in perfect registration with that on the front. The denomination numeral “5” is located at the top left-hand corner and to the left of the “Singapore Lion”. The words “GARDEN CITY” are located below the picture of the tembusu tree.
Predominant Colour:
Green

Secondary Colours:
Dark Green and Red
Predominant Colour:
Green

Secondary Colours:
Dark Green and Red
$10
Length — 141 mm
Width — 69 mm
The front design features the portrait of Singapore’s first President, the late Encik Yusof bin Ishak. The word “SINGAPORE” is printed on the bottom centre portion. The Singapore Arms is positioned on the upper left-hand corner while the denomination numeral “10” is located at the upper middle and bottom right-hand corner. The silver coloured octagonal kinegram showing colourful images of the denomination numeral “10”, BCCS logo and the letters “BCCS” is located above the words “THIS NOTE IS LEGAL TENDER”. The signature and seal of Dr Richard Hu Tsu Tau, Chairman, Board of Commissioners of Currency, Singapore, are below the words “TEN DOLLARS”. The “Lift Twin” bearing the latent image of the BCCS logo and the Singapore Lion symbol is at the lower centre of the note. A “Singapore Lion” is located at the left-hand side of the word “SINGAPORE”.
The back design features a jogger, a tennis player and a soccer player on one side, representing land sports and swimming and sailing on the other, representing water sports. The word “SINGAPORE” is at the top centre portion of the note. The “Singapore Lion” is to the lower left of the Portrait watermark and is in perfect registration with that on the front. The denomination numeral “10” is located at the top left-hand corner and to the left of the “Singapore Lion”. The word “SPORTS” is located at the bottom left-hand corner of the note.
Predominant Colour:
Red

Secondary Colours:
Purple and Brown
Predominant Colour:
Red

Secondary Colours:
Purple and Brown
 
 
One set of the asymmetrical serial number appears horizontal on the left-hand side while the other set appears vertical on the right-hand side.
 
 
 
$50
Length — 156 mm
Width — 74 mm
The front design features the portrait of Singapore’s first President, the late Encik Yusof bin Ishak. The word “SINGAPORE” is printed on the bottom centre portion. The Singapore Arms is positioned on the upper left-hand corner while the denomination numeral “50” is located at the upper middle and bottom right-hand corner. The silver coloured octagonal kinegram showing colourful images of the denomination numeral “50”, BCCS logo and the letters “BCCS” is located above the words “THIS NOTE IS LEGAL TENDER”. The signature and seal of Dr Richard Hu Tsu Tau, Chairman, Board of Commissioners of Currency, Singapore, are below the words “FIFTY DOLLARS”. The “Lift Twin” bearing the latent image of the BCCS logo and the Singapore Lion symbol is at the lower centre of the note. A “Singapore Lion” is located at the left-hand side of the word “SINGAPORE”. One set of the asymmetrical serial number appears horizontal on the left-hand side while the other set appears vertical on the right-hand side.
The back design features four ethnic musical instruments, the Chinese Pipa, Malay Kompang, Indian Veena and Classical Violin, as well as two local artworks entitled “Gibbons” and “Drying Salted Fish” respectively. The word “SINGAPORE” is located at the top centre portion of the note. The “Singapore Lion” is to the lower left of the Portrait watermark and is in perfect registration with that on the front. The denomination numeral “50” is located at the top left-hand corner and to the left of the “Singapore Lion”. The word “ARTS” is located below the artwork ‘Drying Salted Fish.
Predominant Colour:
Blue
Secondary Colours:
Dark Blue and Red
Predominant Colour:
Blue
Secondary Colours:
Dark Blue and Red
$100
Length — 162 mm
Width — 77 mm
The front design features the portrait of Singapore’s first President, the late Encik Yusof bin Ishak. The word “SINGAPORE” is printed on the bottom centre portion. The Singapore Arms is positioned on the upper left-hand corner while the denomination numeral “100” is located at the upper middle and bottom right-hand corner. The silver coloured octagonal kinegram showing colourful images of the denomination numeral “100”, BCCS logo and the letters “BCCS” is located above the words “THIS NOTE IS LEGAL TENDER”. The signature and seal of Dr Richard Hu Tsu Tau, Chairman, Board of Commissioners of Currency, Singapore, are below the words “ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS”. The “Lift Twin” bearing the latent image of the BCCS logo and the Singapore Lion symbol is at the lower centre of the note. A “Singapore Lion” is located at the left-hand side of the word “SINGAPORE”. One set of the asymmetrical serial number appears horizontal on the left-hand side while the other set appears vertical on the right-hand side.
The back design features a group of uniformed youths representing the Singapore Red Cross, Saint John’s Ambulance Brigade and the National Police Cadet Corps. A National Service officer bearing a ceremonial sword stands against a backdrop of the tower of the SAFTI military institute. In the centre is a group of scouts engaged in an outdoor scouting activity. The word “SINGAPORE” is at the top centre portion of the note. The “Singapore Lion” is to the lower left of the Portrait watermark and is in perfect registration with that on the front. The denomination numeral “100” is located at the top left-hand corner and to the left of the “Singapore Lion”. The word “YOUTH” is located at the lower left of the note.
Predominant Colour:
Orange

Secondary Colours:
Brown and Green
Predominant Colour:
Orange

Secondary Colours:
Brown and Green
$1000
Length — 170 mm
Width — 83 mm
The front design features the portrait of Singapore’s first President, the late Encik Yusof bin Ishak. The word “SINGAPORE” is printed on the bottom centre portion. The Singapore Arms is positioned on the upper left-hand corner while the denomination numeral “1000” is located at the centre and bottom right-hand corner. The gold coloured octagonal kinegram showing colourful images of the denomination numeral “1K”, BCCS logo and the letters “BCCS” is located above the centre denomination numeral “1000”. The signature and seal of Dr Richard Hu Tsu Tau, Chairman, Board of Commissioners of Currency, Singapore, are below the words “ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS”. The “Lift Twin” bearing the latent image of the BCCS logo and the Singapore Lion symbol is at the lower centre of the note. A “Singapore Lion” is located at the left-hand side of the word “SINGAPORE”. One set of the asymmetrical serial number appears horizontal on the left-hand side while the other set appears vertical on the right-hand side.
The back design features three official buildings — the Istana, the Parliament House and the Supreme Court, representing the Executive, Legislative and the Judiciary respectively. The word “SINGAPORE” is at the top centre portion of the note. The “Singapore Lion” is to the lower left of the Portrait watermark and is in perfect registration with that on the front. The denomination numeral “1000” is located at the top left-hand corner and to the left of the “Singapore Lion”. The word “GOVERNMENT” is located below the picture of the Parliament House.
Predominant Colour:
Purple

Secondary Colours:
Blue and Red
Predominant Colour:
Purple

Secondary Colours:
Blue and Red
$10000
Length — 180 mm
Width — 90 mm
The front design features the portrait of Singapore’s first President, the late Encik Yusof bin Ishak. The word “SINGAPORE” is printed on the bottom centre portion. The Singapore Arms is positioned on the upper left-hand corner while the denomination numeral “10000” is located at the centre and bottom right-hand corner. The gold coloured octagonal kinegram showing colourful images of the denomination numeral “10K”, BCCS logo and the letters “BCCS” is located above the centre denomination numeral “10000”. The signature and seal of Dr Richard Hu Tsu Tau, Chairman, Board of Commissioners of Currency, Singapore, are below the words “TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS”. The “Lift Twin” bearing the latent image of the BCCS logo and the Singapore Lion symbol is at the lower centre of the note. A “Singapore Lion” is located at the left-hand side of the word “SINGAPORE”. One set of the asymmetrical serial number appears horizontal on the left-hand side while the other set appears vertical on the right-hand side.
The back design features a research scientist working on high-technology laboratory equipment. A microprocessor and a silicon wafer are seen in the backdrop on the left-hand side and in the middle respectively. The word “SINGAPORE” is at the top centre portion of the note. The “Singapore Lion” is to the lower left of the Portrait watermark and is in perfect registration with that on the front. The denomination numeral “10000” is located at the top left-hand corner and to the left of the “Singapore Lion”. Partial sequences of two proteins, the tyrosine kinase and the tyrosine phosphatase appear below the top denomination numeral and the word “SINGAPORE”. The word “ECONOMICS” is located below the bottom denomination numeral “10000”. In the background is a subtle pattern of a printed circuit board.
Predominant Colour:
Gold

Secondary Colours:
Yellow and Brown
Predominant Colour:
Gold

Secondary Colours:
Yellow and Brown
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(a)
Obverse Design of the $2 Singapore “Portrait” Currency Note.
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(b)
Reverse Design of the $2 Singapore “Portrait” Currency Note.
Actual size: 126 mm x 63 mm
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(c)
Obverse Design of the $5 Singapore “Portrait” Currency Note.
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(d)
Obverse Design of the $10 Singapore “Portrait” Currency Note.
Actual size: 133 mm x 66 mm
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(e)
Obverse Design of the $10 Singapore “Portrait” Currency Note.
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(f)
Reverse Design of the $10 Singapore “Portrait” Currency Note.
Actual size: 141 mm x 69 mm
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(g)
Obverse Design of the $50 Singapore “Portrait” Currency Note.
50back.jpg
(h)
Reverse Design of the $50 Singapore “Portrait” Currency Note.
Actual size: 156 mm x 74 mm
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(i)
Obverse Design of the $100 Singapore “Portrait” Currency Note.
100back.jpg
(j)
Reverse Design of the $100 Singapore “Portrait” Currency Note.
Actual size: 162 mm x 77 mm
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(k)
Obverse Design of the $1 000 Singapore “Portrait” Currency Note.
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(l)
Reverse Design of the $1 000 Singapore “Portrait” Currency Note.
Actual size: 170 mm x 83 mm
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(m)
Obverse Design of the $10 000 Singapore “Portrait” Currency Note.
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(n)
Reverse Design of the $10 000 Singapore “Portrait” Currency Note.
Actual size: 180 mm x 90 mm
[S 393/99 — 9.9.99]
DESCRIPTION OF THE $250 GOLD PROOF COIN, $10 SILVER PIEDFORT PROOF COIN AND $10 CUPRO-NICKEL PROOF-LIKE COIN ISSUED ON
5TH JANUARY 2000
Denomination
Metal
Standard Weight
Standard Diameter
Standard Thickness
Shape
Edge
Design of Obverse
Design of Reverse
250 Dollars
999.9 Fine Gold
31.103 g
+ 0.05 g
32.12 mm
+ 0.15 mm
2.50 mm
+ 0.20 mm
Round
Milled and bearing the words “BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF CURRENCY, SINGAPORE” and lion symbol.
The Singapore Arms in the centre with the year-date “2000” below it and the word “SINGAPORE” in the 4 official languages around the circumference of the coin. The position of the mintmark is at 5 o’clock for the $250 gold and $10 silver coins.
A stylised version of a dragon design is to the right. The coin design is based on the paper-cut style. The 2 Chinese characters signifying the “Year of Dragon” are on the left of the dragon design. The denomination of the coin in figures is below the design. The troy weight and fineness of the coin are at the lower circumference of the $250 gold and $10 silver coins.
10 Dollars
999 Fine Silver
62.206 g
+0.20 g
40.70 mm
+ 0.15 mm
5.80 mm
+ 0.20 mmm
Round
 
 
 
10 Dollars
75% Copper
28.00 g
40.70 mm
3.05 mm
Round
 
 
 
 
25% Nickel
+ 0.40 g
+ 0.15 mm
+ 0.20 mm
 
 
 
 
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(a)
(b)
(c)
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(d)
(e)
(a)
Reverse Design of the $250 Gold Proof Coin
(b)
Reverse Design of the $10 Silver Piedfort Proof Coin
(c)
Reverse Design of the $10 Cupro-Nickel Proof-Like Coin
(d)
Common Obverse Design for (a) and (b)
(e)
Obverse Design for (c).
[S 507/99 — 19.11.99]
DESCRIPTION OF THE $5 MILLENNIUM COMMEMORATIVE COINS ISSUED ON 8TH DECEMBER 1999
Denomination
Metal
Standard Weight (g)
Standard Diameter (mm)
Standard Thickness (mm)
Shape
Edge
Design of Obverse
Design of Reverse
5 Dollars (Proof)
Outer Ring:
999 Fine Silver
Inner Core:
999.9 Fine Gold
53.953 + 0.30/-0.20
33.00 +
0.20
5.30 +
0.20
Scallop
Plain
The Singapore Arms in the centre with the latent image below it. The latent image bears the year-date “2000” and BCCS logo. A ring of beads surrounds the Singapore Arms. The word “SINGAPORE” in the 4 official languages is around the circumference of the coin. A holographic effect is on the Singapore Arms and latent image. The position of the mintmark is at 5 o'clock.
The design features a twirl that joins the numeral 1 to represent a breakthrough in all areas of human knowledge. Graphically, it is a focused breakthrough that combines the strengths and spirits of all Singaporeans uniting behind a shared heritage and a common vision.
5 Dollars
(Proof)
Outer Ring:
Copper 75%

Nickel 25%

Inner Core:
Copper 92%
Aluminium 6%
Nickel 2%
6.50 +
0.20
23.30 +
0.20
2.20 +
0.20
Scallop
Plain
The Singapore Arms in the centre with the latent image below it. The latent image bears the year-date “2000” and BCCS logo. A ring of beads surrounds the Singapore Arms. The word “SINGAPORE” in the 4 official languages is around the circumference of the coin. The position of the mintmark is at 5 o’clock.
The numeral 1 also poses as the letter “I” to represent the innovative spirit that comes with the ultimate breakthrough. And the numeral 1 also means total unity, one common identity. This spirit of oneness is paramount to succeed into the 21st century as a nation, a country with one common identity. The design also signifies the move from the 20th to the 21st century.
5 Dollars
(Circulation)
Outer Ring:
Copper 75%
Nickel 25%
Inner Core:
Copper 92%
Aluminium 6%
Nickel 2%
6.70 +
0.17
23.30 +
0.125
2.30 +
0.152
Scallop
Plain
The Singapore Arms in the centre with the latent image below it. The latent image bears the year-date “2000” and BCCS logo. A ring of beads surrounds the Singapore Arms. The word “SINGAPORE” in the 4 official languages is around the circumference of the coin.
Basically, the design has also incorporated the inscription and the element of the Singapore Millennium Celebration logo.
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(a)
(b)
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(c)
(d)
(a)
Obverse Design of $5 Millennium Proof Coin
(b)
Obverse Design of $5 Millennium Circulation Coin
(c)
Common Reverse Design of Millennium Proof & Circulation Coins
(d)
Latent Image.
[S 542/99 — 8.12.99]
CURRENCY NOTES ISSUED ON 8TH DECEMBER 1999
Denomination
Size
Design
Predominant and Secondary Colours
Front
Back
Front
Back
$2
Length — 126 mm
Width — 63 mm
The front design features the portrait of Singapore’s first President, the late Encik Yusof bin Ishak. The word “SINGAPORE” is printed on the bottom centre portion. The Singapore Arms is positioned on the upper left-hand corner while the denomination numeral “2” is located at the upper middle and bottom right-hand corner. The silver coloured octagonal kinegram showing colourful images of the denomination numeral “2”, BCCS logo and the letters “BCCS” is located above the words “THIS NOTE IS LEGAL TENDER”. The signature and seal of Dr Richard Hu Tsu Tau, Chairman, Board of Commissioners of Currency, Singapore, are below the words “TWO DOLLARS”. The “Lift Twin” bearing the latent image of the BCCS logo and the Singapore Lion symbol is at the lower centre of the note. A “Singapore Lion” is located at the left-hand side of the word “SINGAPORE”. One set of the asymmetrical serial number with a millennium logo at the front appears horizontal on the left-hand side while the other set appears vertical on the right-hand side.
The back design features a group of pupils interacting with a teacher in a “Borderless” classroom. Three prominent institutions of learning are seen in the background below the word “SINGAPORE”, printed on the top centre portion of the note. The “Singapore Lion” is to the lower left of the Portrait watermark and is in perfect registration with that on the front. The denomination numeral “2” is located at the top left-hand corner and to the left of the “Singapore Lion”. The word “EDUCATION” is located at the bottom centre of the note.
Predominant Colour:
Purple
Secondary Colours:
Blue and Brown
Predominant Colour:
Purple
Secondary Colours:
Blue and Brown
The note has one windowed machine-readable thread which is interwoven in the paper running vertically down the back of the note. A watermark of the President’s portrait is incorporated on the left-hand side of the front of the note. The watermark is not overprinted on both the front and back. A highlight watermark which corresponds with the Braille pattern at the top right-hand corner of the front design, is located at the bottom of the Portrait watermark.
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(a)
Obverse Design of the $2 Singapore 'Portrait' Currency Note.
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(b)
Reverse Design of the $2 Singapore 'Portrait' Currency Note.
Actual size: 126 mm x 63 mm
[S 543/99 — 8.12.99]
DESCRIPTION OF THE SINGAPORE LION GOLD BULLION COINS ISSUED ON 12TH OCTOBER 2000
Denomination
Metal
Standard Weight and Gold Content
Standard Diameter
Standard Thickness
Shape
Edge
Design of Obverse
Design of Reverse
50 Dollars
999.9
Fine Gold
31.1035 g + 0.05 g
(1 troy oz of fine gold)
32.12 mm +
0.15 mm
2.50 mm + 0.20mm
Round
Milled
The Singapore Arms in the centre with the year-date “2000” below it and the word “SINGAPORE” in the 4 official languages around the circumference of the coin. The position of the mintmark is at 7 o’clock of the proof coins.
Stylised version of a lion’s head with the denomination of the coin below it and a privy mark design of a dragon design to the left of the denomination. The troy weight and fineness of the coin appear on the right side of the coin.
20 Dollars
999.9
Fine Gold
15.552 g + 0.05 g
(1/2 troy oz of fine gold)
27.00 mm +
0.15 mm
2.00 mm +
0.20 mm
Round
Milled
 
 
10 Dollars
999.9 Fine Gold
7.776 g + 0.05 g
(1/4 troy oz of fine gold)
21.96 mm +
0.125 mm
1.55 mm +
0.20 mm
Round
Milled
 
 
5 Dollars
999.9 Fine Gold
3.110 g + 0.05 g
(1/10 troy oz of fine gold)
17.95 mm +
0.125 mm
1.10 mm +
0.20 mm
Round
Milled
 
A special privy mark with the latent image are found only on the proof 1 troy oz coin. The proof 1/2 troy oz coin bears a serial number.
1 Dollar
999.9 Fine Gold
1.550 g + 0.02 g
(1/20 troy oz of fine gold)
13.92 mm +
0.125 mm
0.90 mm +0.20 mm
Round
Milled
 
 
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(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
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(f)
(g)
(h)
(a)
Reverse Design of the $50 Singapore Lion Gold Bullion Coin
(b)
Reverse Design of the $20 Singapore Lion Gold Bullion Coin
(c)
Reverse Design of the $10 Singapore Lion Gold Bullion Coin
(d)
Reverse Design of the $5 Singapore Lion Gold Bullion Coin
(e)
Reverse Design of the $1 Singapore Lion Gold Bullion Coin
(f)
Common Obverse Design for Singapore Lion Gold Bullion Coins (Proof)
(g)
Common Obverse Design for Singapore Lion Gold Bullion Coins (Brilliant Uncirculated)
(h)
Privy Mark and Latent Image.
[S 432/2000 — 29.9.2000]
DESCRIPTION OF THE $250 GOLD PROOF COIN, $10 SILVER PIEDFORT PROOF COIN AND $10 CUPRO-NICKEL PROOF-LIKE COIN ISSUED ON
3RD JANUARY 2001
Denomination
Metal
Standard Weight
Standard Diameter
Standard Thickness
Shape
Edge
Design of Obverse
Design of Reverse
250 Dollars
999.9
Fine Gold
31.103 g +
0.05 g
32.12 mm +
0.15 mm
2.50 mm +
0.20 mm
Round
Milled and bearing the words “BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF CURRENCY, SINGAPORE” and lion symbol.
The Singapore Arms in the centre with the year-date “2001” below it and the word “SINGAPORE” in the 4 official languages around the circumference of the coin. The position of the mintmark is at 5 o’clock for the $250 gold coin and $10 silver coin.
Stylised version of a snake design is to the centre. The coin design is based on the paper-cut style. The 2 Chinese characters signifying the “Year of Snake” are on the left of the snake design. The denomination of the coin in figures is below the design. The troy weight and fineness of the coin are at the lower circumference of the $250 gold and $10 silver coins.
10 Dollars
999 Fine Silver
62.206 g +
0.20 g
40.70 mm + 0.15 mm
5.80 mm + 0.20 mm
Round
 
 
 
10 Dollars
75% Copper
28.00 g +
0.40 g
40.70 mm +
0.15 mm
3.05
mm +
0.20 mm
Round
 
 
 
 
25% Nickel
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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dragon10c.jpg
(a)
(b)
(c)
2001d.jpg
2001e.jpg
(d)
(e)
(a)
Reverse Design of the $250 Gold Proof Coin
(b)
Reverse Design of the $10 Silver Piedfort Proof Coin
(c)
Reverse Design of the $10 Cupro-Nickel Proof-Like Coin
(d)
Common Obverse Design for $250 Gold Proof Coin and $10 Silver Piedfort Proof Coin
(e)
Obverse Design for $10 Cupro-Nickel Proof-Like Coin
[S 599/2000 — 29.12.2000]