Banknotes from Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan is a doubly landlocked (Liechtenstein is the only other country with that geographic status) in Central Asia. It is located south of Kazakhstan and north of Turkmenistan and Tajikistan and has a population of 31 million. The Uzbek language is related to Turkish, and similar to Kazakh, Turkmen and Azeri.
Wikidata: Q265

See also: Soviet Union, Russian Empire

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First soʻm (1993-1994)

Available for swap 1 Soʻm
1992

Standard banknote
120 × 61 mm
P# 61, N# 203584
Available for swap 3 Soʻm
1992

Standard banknote
120 × 61 mm
P# 62, N# 203586
Available for swap 5 Soʻm
1992

Standard banknote
120 × 61 mm
P# 63, N# 203587
Available for swap 10 Soʻm
1992

Standard banknote
120 × 61 mm
P# 64, N# 203588
Available for swap 25 Soʻm
1992

Standard banknote
120 × 61 mm
P# 65, N# 203589
Available for swap 50 Soʻm
1992

Standard banknote
144 × 69 mm
P# 66a, N# 203591
100 Soʻm
1992

Standard banknote
144 × 69 mm
P# 67, N# 203590
Available for swap 200 Soʻm
1992

Standard banknote
144 × 69 mm
P# 68a, N# 203592
500 Soʻm
1992

Standard banknote
144 × 69 mm
P# 69, N# 203594
1000 Soʻm
1992

Standard banknote
144 × 69 mm
P# 70, N# 203595
Available for swap 5000 Soʻm
1992

Standard banknote
144 × 69 mm
P# 71, N# 203597
10 000 Soʻm
1992

Standard banknote
144 × 69 mm
P# 72, N# 203598

Second soʻm (1994-date)

100 Tiyin = 1 Soʻm