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1

What are the secruity fratures ?

Fluorescing material
Watermakrs
Special links
Intaglio printing
Micropaint
Holograms - methal threads

2

Bame two secure documents

Passport
Bank notes

3

What is fluorescence?

The emission of light by a substance that has absorbed light or other electromagnetic radiation

4

Explain photoluminescent

Incident like energy excites electrkn to higher energy level

Decay invovles an intermediate state

Theres a partially loss of energy becauseof
Chemical chane/ vibration/atomic collision

Rest of energy lsot by emitted light


5

Was the first recorded use the Paper money

7th century

6

When was the first running cash note ? Whow as it issued by?

16th century and goldsmith bankers

7

When was the first fully printed note ?

1855

8

When was the first coloured note ?

1928

9

When was the counterfeit case who was it and what happened ?

1695, daniel perriore, faked 60 £100 notes

10

In 1999 what features were incorporated in notes ?

Foil hologram, micropront, fluorescnet features

11

In what ways can bank notes be destroyed ?

Chewed, torn, fire damage, ckntaminated, washed

12

Most claimed reaosn for runing bank notes in 2015 was ?

Chewed/eaten

13

What was cost of chewed bank notes

£127,000

14

How many soecial inks are used to lroduce uk notes ?

80

15

How is a water mark created?

Is created by making a pattern that has different fibre density compared to the rest of the paper note

16

How can a water mark be seen ?

Under transmitted light

17

What are the two types of water marks ?

Multi-tonal

Electrotype

18

Whats a security thread

Thread woven theough paper

19

How is raised lrinting detected

By touch

20

How is raised lrinting done

Ink placed in grooves engraved on plate, plate and paper meet ink forcibly transfered = raised

21

What is micro printing ?

Tiny printed words often form design

22

What suze microprontinf can be read with naked eye and what cant

0.8mm can

0.2 seen as thin line

23

Whats a see through register ?

Its design element where two parts of a design in consecutive pages are viewed together to form a complete image

24

What is a window ?

Clear area of polymer- only on polymer notes

25

What country started clear windows on polymer notes ?

Australia in 1988

26

What security features are on a passport?

Watermarks
UV features
Raised print
hologram
mciroprint

Also
Latent imaging
Candy stripe fibres
Laser perforation

27

What are the types of laser perforation?

Logo perf
Number perf
destri perf

28

What is laser perforation?

Laser creates holes which have no reverse embossing

29

When are candy stripe features visible?

Visible in both normal and uv light, appears in random arrangements

30

Where are latent images found?

Front cover