What does 50 euro look like?

What does 50 euro look like?

The fifty euro note is the fourth smallest note, measuring 140 millimetres (5.5 in) × 77 millimetres (3.0 in), with an orange colour scheme. Each euro banknote depicts bridges and arches/doorways in a different historical European style; the €50 note shows the Renaissance era (15th and 16th centuries).

How much does 50 euro weigh?

50 cent. Diameter: 24.25mm. Thickness: 2.38mm. Weight: 7.80g.

What is on the 50 euro note?

The note depicts bridges and arches/doorways in the Renaissance era. The €50 note contains several complex security features such as watermarks, invisible ink, holograms and microprinting that document its authenticity. The full design of the Europa series €50 banknote was revealed on 5 July 2016.

How can you tell a fake 50 euro?

“LOOK –Look at the banknote against the light. The portrait window and watermark as well as the security thread become visible. “TILT -Tilt the banknote. The silvery stripe reveals a portrait of Europa in a transparent window and the emerald number displays an effect of the light that moves up and down.

Are old 50 euros still valid?

Yes, any Euro note is good to use no matter what the issue date is. And it can be used in any country that uses the Euro as its currency – France and Italy are both included on that list. You should use the 50 to buy something that costs a bit more than one euro, in a larger store or restaurant.

How big is a 50 note?

Size. The higher the value of a note, the larger it is. This note is approximately 146mm x 77mm.

Can shops confiscate fake money?

Retailers are within their rights to confiscate fake notes in order to pass them on to the police – although if a customer is given a note they suspect of being fake, they are equally entitled to refuse to accept it and instead be paid with a different note.

Are euros fake?

A real Euro banknote is made of cotton and feels crisp and firm. Run your finger across the front of a banknote and you will feel raised print in some parts, where the ink is thicker. A fake note will feel limp and waxy.

How can you tell a fake euro?

Hold the banknote against the light – the thread will appear as a dark stripe. The word “EURO” and the value (“50”) can be seen in tiny letters on the stripe. The watermark is produced by varying the thickness of the paper. It can be seen by holding the banknote against the light.