RM1 3 in 1 Uncut Malaysia Bank Notes The Serial Number of the actual Notes will be different from the one on picture. Will be shown upon request. The uncut notes is actually of 3 pieces of RM1 which is in a single uncut paper note issued by Bank Negara in a special Folder. This uncut Malaysia Bank note is a revised new RM1 note, the sixth denomination issued in the new design Malaysian currency notes series (3rd series). This new Rm1 bears the signature of the former Governor, Dato Dr. Zeti Akhtar Aziz who assumed office on 1 May 2000. The new Rm1 note printed earlier bears the signature of the immediate Past Governor Tan Sri Dato Seri Ali Abu Hassan bin Sulaiman. Security features in pictorial form The new RM1 note incorporates the following latest security features to deter counterfeiting: • Watermark portrait; Security thread; Perfect see-through register ; Novel numbering ;Braille feature; Intaglio print ; Background Micro-letterings and phosphorescence square Like all other denominations of the same series, the new Rm1 note also bears RM as the currency symbol for the Malaysian Ringgit. Front design of this 3 in 1 uncut Rm1 Malaysia bank note Back design of this 3 in 1 uncut Rm1 Malaysia bank note The back design of the $1 bank note has the following themes: • Wawasan 2020 reflecting Malaysia’s economic development and accomplishment towards achieving the status of a fully developed country. • The main focus reflected in the background motif is the tourism sector. This is depicted with an illustration of a Malaysian kite, the beach, Mount Kinabalu and the pinnacles of Gunung Api located in Mulu National Park. This motif also reflects some of the popular tourist destinations in the country. Front page of folder cover The number of copies of RM1 uncut 3 in 1 bank note is 30,000 copies In the same family of Rm1 uncut bank notes, we also have the Rm1 8 in 1 uncut bank note issued for 10,000 copies and 30 in 1 uncut bank note issued for 5,000 copies.