Erephisian Graaff

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Erephisian Graaff
1graaffback.png
Official usersTfoeflag.png Technological Federation of Erephisia
Unofficial usersHandsProjectionFlagofDian.png Aspergic Empire of Dian
Noflag.png Seaways Archipelago
Pegged to£0.016 at par
Symbolg
PluralGraaff
Banknotes1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000
Central bankErephisian Central Bank
PrinterErephisian Government

The Erephisian Graaff is the co-official currency of Erephisia. The currency has a projected circulation date of 1 June 2011, consists entirely of banknotes and has a quite high denomination maximum, going up to 1000 Graaff notes. This is due to the Graaff's minimal worth and the fact that it has no sub-denomination.

September 2010 series

Image (obverse)
Image(reverse) Value
Dimensions
Main Colour
Description
1graafffront.png
1graaffback.png 1g
7.28 x 16.99 cm
Green
Robert Jemison Van De Graaff, American physicist/engineer and currency's namesake.
1graafffront.png
1graaffback.png 2g
7.28 x 16.99 cm
Green
Ralf Hutter, German musician and member of german electronic band Kraftwerk
1graafffront.png
1graaffback.png 5g
7.28 x 16.99 cm
Green
Werner Stengel, German veteran rollercoaster designer
1graafffront.png
1graaffback.png 10g
7.28 x 16.99 cm
Green
Jean Michel Jarre, French synthpop musician
1graafffront.png
1graaffback.png 20g
7.28 x 16.99 cm
White
Afrika Bambaata, American musician and grandfather of Hip-Hop
1graafffront.png
1graaffback.png 50g
7.28 x 16.99 cm
Grey
Yuji Naka, Japanese programmer and lead programmer of the first Sonic the Hedgehog game and some afterwards
1graafffront.png
1graaffback.png 100g
7.28 x 16.99 cm
Grey
Robert Moog, American engineer and creator of one of the worlds first commercial synthesizers
1graafffront.png
1graaffback.png 200g
7.28 x 16.99 cm
Grey
Nikola Tesla, European electro-mechanical engineer
1graafffront.png
1graaffback.png 500g
7.28 x 16.99 cm
Grey
Billy West, American veteran Voice Artist
1graafffront.png
1graaffback.png 1,000g
7.28 x 16.99 cm
Black
Alan Turing, British Engineer and pioneer of modern computing

September 2011 series

The September 2011 series has been announced by the Erephisian government. Changes to the notes include a change in coulor (from black/grey and green to shades of yellow), size (smaller) and the people depicted on the notes will be changed also. The September 2010 notes will remain in circulation.

Image (obverse)
Image(reverse) Value
Dimensions
Main Colour
Description
1graafffront2011.png
1graaffback2011.png 1g
7.28 x 16.99 cm
Green
Brian Eno, British musician.
2graafffront2011.png
2graaffback2011.png 2g
7.28 x 16.99 cm
Green
Eddie Izzard, European comedian
150px
5graaffback2011.png 5g
7.28 x 16.99 cm
Green
Sid Meier, American video game designer.
10graafffront2011.png
10graaffback2011.png 10g
7.28 x 16.99 cm
Green
Ron Toomer, American roller coaster designer.
20graafffront2011.png
20graaffback2011.png 20g
7.28 x 16.99 cm
Yellow
Pierre Schaeffer, French composer.
50graafffront2011.png
50graaffback2011.png 50g
7.28 x 16.99 cm
Yellow
Karlheinz Stockhausen, German composer.
100graafffront2011.png
100graaffback2011.png 100g
7.28 x 16.99 cm
Yellow
Karl Bartos, German musician.
200graafffront2011.png
200graaffback2011.png 200g
7.28 x 16.99 cm
Yellow
Herbie Hancock, American musician
500graafffront2011.png
500graaffback2011.png 500g
7.28 x 16.99 cm
Yellow
Tsutomu Kato, Japanese musical instrument manufacturer
1000graafffront2011.png
1000graaffback2011.png 1,000g
7.28 x 16.99 cm
White
Wendy Carlos, American composer


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