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The one hundred euro note is one of the higher value euro banknotes and has been used since the introduction of the euro in 2002. The note is used daily by some 343 million Europeans and in the 23 countries which have it as their sole currency.
The one hundred euro note measures at 147 millimetres (5.8 in) × 82 millimetres and has a green colour scheme. All banknotes depict bridges and arches/doorways in a different historical European style; the hundred euro note shows the Baroque and Rococo style (between the 17th and 18th century).
Like all euro notes, it contains the denomination, the EU flag, the signature of the president of the ECB and the initials of said bank in different EU languages, a depiction of EU territories overseas, the stars from the EU flag and twelve security features as listed below
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Colour changing ink used on the numeral located on the back of the note, that appears to change colour from purple to brown, when the note is tilted. Buy counterfeit 100 euro bills
A see-through number printed in the top corner of the note, on both sides, appears and combine perfectly to form the value numeral when held against the light.
A glossy stripe, situated at the back of the note, showing the value numeral and the euro symbol.
A hologram, used on the note which appears to see the hologram image change between the value and a window or doorway, but in the background, it appears to be rainbow-coloured concentric circles of micro-letters moving from the centre to the edges of the patch.
A EURion constellation. the EURion constellation is a pattern of symbols found on a number of banknote designs worldwide since about 1996. It is added to help software detect the presence of a banknote in a digital image. Buy counterfeit 100 euro bills
Watermarks, which appear when held up to the light.
Raised printing in the main image, the lettering and the value numerals on the front of the banknotes will be raised.
Ultraviolet ink; the paper itself does not glow, fibres embedded in the paper do appear, and be coloured red, blue and green, the EU flag is green and has orange stars, the ECB President’s, currently Mario Draghi’s, signature turns green, the large stars and small circles on the front glow and the European map, a bridge and the value numeral on the back appear in yellow.
Microprinting, on various areas of the banknotes there is microprinting, for example, inside the “ΕΥΡΩ” (EURO in Greek characters) on the front. The micro-text is sharp, but not blurred.
A security thread, embedded in the banknote paper. The thread will appear as a dark stripe when held up to the light.
The word “EURO” and the value is embedded in tiny letters on the thread.
Perforations in the hologram which will form the euro symbol. There are also small numbers showing the value.
A matted surface; the notepaper is made out of pure cotton, which feels crisp and firm, but not limp or waxy.