High-Reflection Foil

High-reflection foil - the gold-coloured foil illustrating the sun is hot-stamped onto the paper and is over-printed in blue using a lithographic technique. When photocopying is used to reproduce the note, a black spot appears in place of the foil.

High-reflection foil

On the 1000 Sk banknote series 1999 the high-reflection foil in the shape of two triangles, the upper of which overlaps the top of the lower one. The foil is overprinted with the structures of blue, violet and red colours thres creating the image of the stylised rose in triangle with rising beams.

High-reflection foil

Security features of the banknotes