Ramon

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Ramon
Рамон
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Namorese P5 banknote
ISO 4217 Code RAM
User(s)  Namor
 Riro
Inflation 0.15%
Subunit
1/100 Fen
Symbol P
Fen ф
Plural Ramon
Coins
Freq. used 10ф, 50ф, P1
Banknotes
Freq. used P2, P5, P10, P20, P50, P100
Rarely used P500
Issuing authority Central People's Bank of Namor

The Ramon (Рамон) is the national currency of the People's Republic of Namor. Since the Namorese Civil War the Ramon has been printed and minted by the Central People's Bank of Namor. One Ramon is divided into one hundred units known as fen (фен). The letter P is the official symbol of the Ramon, while the letter "ф" is the symbol for the fen.

Coins

Coins of the Namorese Ramon exist in only three denominations - 10ф, 50ф and P1 (100ф). Like the banknotes, coins have the face value written in Namorese (Tzishin and Tzihan, Antelopian and Khao), but unlike the banknotes the face value is not inscribed in Luziycan.

Image Value Description
Front Back Front Back
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TBA 10ф Jasmine flower Wheat
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TBA 50ф Giant panda Olive branch
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TBA P1 Dragon Map of Namor

Banknotes

Current series (NMR 2356)

The current series of ramon banknotes was released in NMR 2356. According to the Ministry of Finance, the new series reflects traditional Namorese culture and pays less homage to Liberationism.

In the P20, P50 and P100 notes, all references to Liberationism were replaced by portraits of the Three Sister-Goddesses in Namorese mythology (Yenfang, Vanho and Nushen). Double Fourth Revolution leader Jacob Cho was featured on the P10 bill, a move that was widely perceived as a vindication of the Republic of Namor. Inscriptions of banknote values in Luziycan were added to accommodate Txotai's acquisition of autonomous republic status.

Image Value Main Color Description
Front Back Front Back
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P2 Green Yunglang Antelope, founding leader of the People's Republic of Namor The Nozama River, a Namorese dragon and the Tzihan characters "锦绣河山 (Sinse Hosan, Beautiful rivers and mountains)."
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P5 Light blue Yunglang Antelope, founding leader of the People's Republic of Namor Jacob Cho, founder of the Republic of Namor, and five other people - a student, soldier, businessperson, laborer and farmer - who represent the five classes of Liberationism.
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P10 Orange Yunglang Antelope, founding leader of the People's Republic of Namor (From left to right) West Luziyca's Erov Haclav, Katranjiev's Huankun Chen, and President-General Gelai Antelope
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P20 Dark blue Yunglang Antelope, founding leader of the People's Republic of Namor Yenfang, the youngest of the Three Sister-Goddesses; Mount Kovdor, Namor's westernmost point; and the Tzishin characters "国泰民安 (Guktai Minan, The country flourishes and people live in peace)" and "天下太平 (Teha Daiping, All is tranquil under Heaven)."
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P50 Gray Yunglang Antelope, founding leader of the People's Republic of Namor Vanho, the second eldest of the Three Sister-Goddesses, and the Tzishin characters "温和山海 (Vanho Sanhoi, calm mountains and seas)."
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100ramonback.png P100 Red Yunglang Antelope, founding leader of the People's Republic of Namor Two pictures of Nushen, the paramount of the Three Sister-Goddesses: one of her face and another showing her shooting an arrow from her Jinlongkun; a map of Namor; and the Tzihan characters "正義必勝 (Jenyi Piseng, Justice will prevail)."