Euro 500$ Bills for Sale
The Euro 500 bill was made between the introduction of the euro in 2002 and 2014 as the euro banknote of highest value. It is now one of the highest circulating banknotes in the world valued at about USD 550, $609.41, 59,347 JPY, 533 CHF or GBP as of May 2020. This banknote, which is issued in the euro area since 27 April 2019, is no longer issued by central banks, but is still a legal tender and can be applied as a means of payment. This note is used with approximately 343 million in the 23 countries with the euro as their sole currency.
The high denominations were initially introduced quickly, so that 530 million, five hundred euros of banknotes were in circulation during the first seven years. The rate of increase was subsequently slowed dramatically. Around 424 million banknotes were in circulation in June 2020. It is the least commonly used denomination and is the largest bill with a scale of 160 / 82 mm and a purple color scheme, comprising 1.7% of the total banknotes, with five hundred euros depicting bridges and arch / doors in modern architecture.
Security Features :
Changing color of ink on the number at the back of the note which tends to change color when the note is tilted from purple to brown. A transparent number in the top corner seems to fit perfectly together, if it is held against the light, on both sides, as the numeral value. A shiny stripe on the back of the note displaying the numeral value and sign of the euro. A hologram, which seems to shift the hologram between a window or door and the hologram, appears in the background to be distorted circles of rainbow colors of micro-letter moving from the middle to the edges of the patch ..
A cluster in the EURion; the EURion cluster is a symbol pattern used worldwide since around 1996 in many banknote designs. The software can detect a banknote in a digital picture. It is also used to Watermarks that appear to the light when carried. Increased printing in the main picture would raise the numbers of lettering and values on the front of the banknotes.