Tilt

 
Genuine
Genuine
Counterfeit
Counterfeit

Hologram stripe

Tilt the banknote – the hologram image will change between the value and the € symbol on a rainbow-coloured background. At the edges, tiny letters show the value.

 
Genuine
Genuine
Counterfeit
Counterfeit

Glossy stripe

Tilt the banknote – a gold-coloured stripe will appear on the back. It shows the value and the € symbol.

 
 
Genuine
Genuine

Hologram patch

Tilt the banknote – the hologram image will change between the value and a window or doorway. In the background, you can see rainbow-coloured concentric circles of tiny letters moving from the centre to the edges of the patch.

 
Genuine
Genuine

Colour-changing number

Tilt the banknote – the value numeral on the back will change colour from purple to olive green or brown.

 

Security features: Tilt

The second series of euro banknotes
 
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Genuine
Genuine

Portrait hologram

Tilt the banknote. The silvery stripe on the right reveals a portrait of Europa – the same one as in the watermark. The stripe also shows a window and the value of the banknote.

 
Genuine
Genuine
Genuine

Emerald number

Tilt the banknote. The shiny number in the bottom left corner displays an effect of the light that moves up and down. The number also changes colour from emerald green to deep blue.

 

Security features: Tilt

The second series of euro banknotes
 

Portrait window

Look at the banknote against the light. The window near the top of the hologram becomes transparent and reveals a portrait of Europa which is visible on both sides of the note. When the banknote is tilted, the window also shows rainbow-coloured lines around the value numeral. On the back of the banknote, rainbow-coloured value numerals appear in the window.

 
Genuine
Genuine

Portrait hologram

Tilt the banknote. The hologram – the silvery stripe on the right of the note – reveals a portrait of Europa (a figure from Greek mythology) as well as the € symbol, the main image and the value of the banknote.

 
Genuine
Genuine
Genuine

Emerald number

Tilt the banknote. The shiny number in the bottom left corner displays an effect of the light that moves up and down. The number also changes colour from emerald green to deep blue.