5 euro

Jaunās 5 eiro banknotes

Jaunā 5 eiro banknote
New banknotes (2013)

Size: 120 x 62 mm
Colour: grey
Architectural style: classical





Size: 120 x 62 mm
Colour: grey

10 euro

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Size: 127 x 67 mm
Colour: red
Architectural style: romanesque
 





Size: 127 x 67 mm
Colour: red

20 euro

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Size: 133 x 72 mm
Colour: blue
Architectural style: gothic
 





Size: 133 x 72 mm
Colour: blue

50 euro

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new50-with-specimen back

 
Size: 140 x 77 mm
Colour: orange
Architectural style: renaissance
 





Size: 140 x 77 mm
Colour: orange

100 euro





Size: 147 x 82 mm
Colour: green

200 euro





Size: 153 x 82 mm
Colour: yellow-brown

500 euro





Size: 160 x 82 mm
Colour: purple

As of 27 January 2019, 17 of the 19 national central banks in the euro area will no longer issue €500 banknotes. In order to ensure a smooth transition and for logistical reasons, the Deutsche Bundesbank and the Oesterreichische Nationalbank will continue issuing the notes until 26 April 2019 (inclusive).

Existing €500 banknotes will continue to be legal tender, so you can still use them as a means of payment and store of value (i.e. spend and save them). Similarly, banks, bureaux de change and other commercial parties can keep recirculating the existing €500 notes.

Like all denominations of euro banknotes, the €500 note will always retain its value and can be exchanged at a national central bank of the euro area at any time.