Sometimes people do not even suspect that some bills in their wallet can be fake.
And in vain - in fact it is better to find a fake on time and independently, than the seller at a cash department will make it.
In addition, it is quite easy to distinguish a fake 1000 rubles.
First of all, determine on what material the bill is made. A real denomination of 1000 rubles is made on a special multi-layer material. Fakes are often printed on paper.
Touch the bill. On the edges should be felt small strokes, and the text "The ticket of the Bank of Russia" is a bit embossed. This is done for people with poor eyesight, so on this banknote you should easily feel these signs.
Slightly tilt the bill. The original banknote has a brilliant horizontal strip in the center of the coat of arms of the city of Yaroslavl. When you change the angle, the bar will move from the center up or down.
Inspect the security thread that comes out on the surface of the paper. When tilting the bill, you should see either a few numbers "1000" with diamonds between them, or just a rainbow shine.
Find a one-colored green field. If you tilt the note, then on the original should see the yellow and blue stripes - as if the continuation of the colored bands of the dark section of the field. Also, these bands are visible under ultraviolet light.
Look at the bill for light. You should see a portrait of Yaroslav the Wise, lighter than the main part of the bill (it is on the right side of the front, next to it is a light watermark - "1000").
On the back side of the banknote there are dark numbers "1000", alternating with rhombuses. Consider this site on the lumen: the numbers should turn light on a dark background.
Arrange the bill against the light and look just below Yaroslavl's coat of arms. On this banknote you will see the inscription "1000", consisting of many small holes. You can not find them by touch.
Look at the bill of 1000 rubles through a magnifying glass ormagnifying glass. On the front side at the top and bottom on the ornamental ribbon you will see several lines with a miniature text. This is quite an obvious sign of this note, because counterfeiters usually do not add this text.
With the increase, however, it is noticeable that the building on the front side of the bill (what is next to the chapel) consists of several small elements.