Danske £10 Polymer Note

Design features

Front

Danske bank ten pounds polymer note, front

Size: 132 x 69 mm
Colour: green

Danske Bank Logo.
Image of Mr Dunlop’s son alongside that of his father.
The words Danske Bank written in concentric patterns within the 4 corners of the note.

Back

Danske bank ten pounds polymer note, back

Size: 132 x 69 mm
Colour: green

City Hall Belfast dome.
The words Danske Bank appear in microtext in the green sections to the top and lower right of the rear of the note.

Security features - Feel

  • Paper Quality

    The paper should feel crisp - not limp, waxy or shiny.

  • Tactile Feature

    There are two arrangements of four dots in a square formation on the £10 notes, enabling physical identification for the visually impaired.

Security Features - Look

  • Print Quality

    Lines should be sharp and well defined with no blurred edges. Colours should be clear and distinct.

  • Security Thread

    When held to the light the word "Danske" appears within the 1.2mm embedded thread.

  • Clear window

    There is a clear window in the banknote which you can see through.

  • Microtext

    The words “Danske Bank” can be seen in the four corners of the note written in concentric patterns.

  • Serial Numbers

    Serial numbers are on the front of the note, one vertical and one horizontal.

  • Denomination Numerals

    The number 10 appears on the top left corner and left centre of the front of the note and on both lower corners of the rear.

    The words Ten Pounds is detailed left centre on the front and is right centre toward the bottom of the rear of the note.

  • UV Fluorescence

    When observed under UV light, there are areas of the banknotes which appear as two separate glowing colours.

Compare the note

Always compare both sides of a suspect note with another note that you know to be genuine, looking for differences between the two. Make sure you check the size of a suspect note against a known genuine note.