A revolutionary new security feature has been launched to make polymer banknotes even more secure. The Cinema feature from global polymer banknote experts CCL Secure and developed and printed by PWPW, the Polish Security Printing Works in Warsaw, adds 3-dimensional and movement effects integrated directly onto the polymer substrate. The resulting effect is instantly recognisable with the naked eye and a clear sign that the note is genuine without any need for special lighting.
The first note to use the new Cinema feature is the Lebanon 100,000 Livres note. It was a nomination for the 2020 IBNS Bank Note of the Year. You can view all these nominations from a presentation I am giving tomorrow. I saved the Power Point presentation as a pdf on my web page here: http://currency_den.tripod.com/bnoy.pdf
Nice slides presentation of the IBNS banknote nominees. I really like the various TDLR £20 polymers from the UK (especially Scotland). It's interesting to see the other printers many of which I've never heard of. I also like the 100 Pesos from Mexico. Nice slides presentation - thanks for sharing!