Boerc

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Boerc
One boerc bill, Obverse and reverse, 2020.svg
Obverse: John I
Reverse: Badge of His Royal Navy, John Timpson, Royal coat of arms
RIS 001
Code BUB
OSB
WNB
Number 001
002
003
Exponent2
Denominations
Subunit
 ​1100ᚳ Cen
 ​11000ᛞ Dæg
PluralBoercs
Symbolᛒ Boerc
Demographics
User(s)
Issuance
PrinterBaustralian Bank Note Company

The Boerc (sign: ᛒ; code: BUB, OSB, WNB) was created on 20 June 2017, for the Kingdom of Baustralia. The currency is automatically an official currency of any Baustralian Commonwealth realm. If the country were to decide they will judge the monitery value of their Boerc, they may create their own equivalent.

Gallery

2020 series

The 2020 series came with redesigned notes featuring a portrait of King John I rather than a photograph, and features some influential figures on the reverse of the notes. On the reverse is also featured the royal arms of Baustralia, and a relevant badge.

The reverse of the one boerc note features an image of Sir John Timpson captioned with "John Timpson/1st Prime Minister/Chief of the Naval Staff," and the badge of His Royal Navy, which he is First Sea Lord and Chief of the Naval Staff.

The five boerc note features an image of the Duke of Tremur who played an intelligence role in the Baustralian-Eurekan war, and the badge of His Royal Air Force, of which he ranks a Wing commander.

The ten boerc note features the badge of the Baustralian Army and the royal coat of arms.

The twenty boerc note features a picture of Sir Nick Sullivan, captioned with "Nick Sullivan/3rd Prime Minister/Adjutant general," and the badge of the province of Mild Pond, which he is the constituent's Member of Parliament.

No 50 boerc note or a 100 boerc note has been released, and the 2018 series notes are used in place. The Treasury plans to release these notes, as well as a new note, the Mann (ᛗ), which represents ᛒ1000·00 BUB.

Bill Value Colour Designer
Obverse Reverse
One boerc bill, Obverse and reverse, 2020.svg ᛒ1·00 boerc bill Green John I
John I John Timpson, Badge of HRN
Five boerc bill, Obverse and reverse, 2020.svg ᛒ5·00 boerc bill Blue John I
John I Duke of Tremur, Badge of HRAF
Ten boerc bill, Obverse and reverse, 2020.svg ᛒ10·00 boerc bill Violet John I
John I Badge of the Baustralian Army
Twenty boerc bill, Obverse and reverse, 2020.svg ᛒ20·00 boerc bill Green John I
John I Nick Sullivan, Shield of Mild Pond

2018 series

Designed by King John I, the 2018 series contained values of 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, and 100 boercs. The obverse of the bills shows a portrait of King John I taken in 2018. They are coloured green, blue, violet, green, pink, and orange respectively. The reverse shows the Baustralian Fish, the badge of the Air Command, Baustralian Army, His Royal Navy, the Baustralian Armed Forces, and the royal arms, respectively.

Although official, none were circulated or printed, except for a few test bills.

Bill Value Colour Designer
Obverse Reverse
One boerc bill, Obverse and reverse, 2018.svg ᛒ1·00 boerc bill Green John I
John I Baustralian fish
Five boerc bill, Obverse and reverse, 2018.svg ᛒ5·00 boerc bill Blue John I
John I Badge of the Air Command
Ten boerc bill, Obverse and reverse, 2018.svg ᛒ10·00 boerc bill Violet John I
John I Badge of the Baustralian Army
Twenty boerc bill, Obverse and reverse, 2018.svg ᛒ20·00 boerc bill Green John I
John I Badge of His Royal Navy
Fifty boerc bill, Obverse and reverse, 2018.svg ᛒ50·00 boerc bill Pink John I
John I Badge of the Baustralian Armed Forces
One hundred boerc bill, Obverse and reverse, 2018.svg ᛒ100·00 boerc bill Orange John I
John I Royal coat of arms

Commemorative coins

Commemorative coins are coins produced by His Royal Mint and bought in packs of one hundred. Though commemorative, they all have a value of ᛒ10·00 boercs.

Coin Designer Released
Obverse Reverse
June 20 2018 commemorative coin obverse.svg June 20 2018 commemorative coin reverse.svg John I June 20, 2018
John I Xᛒ (ten)

See also