100 KYATS (1958) This banknote is 160 x 100 mm with a security thread. The traditional art style depicting a floral arabesque is in green. A dancing peacock appears in the middle of the note as the main illustration. A wash of pale pink vertically shoots through on left and right of the drawing of a dancing peacock. A portrait of General Aung San with a peaked cap is at right. The watermark for this note, the portrait of Aung San appears at the watemark window at left. In the top center “pyidaung zu myanma naing ngan daw ban” written in Burmese signify the Royal Union of Burma States Bank. Underneath it in the bottom center “at all places where bank notes are issued this note can be exchanged for 100 kyats” is also written in Burmese. This note is signed by San Lin, managing director, on behalf of Union Bank of Burma. The serial numbers of the note in Burmese script appears at the upper right and lower left in red. A decorative drawing of a dragon is put at the left and right side of frame for this note. A small scale drawing of two lions sitting back to back is depicted in the bottom center of the floral frame. On the reverse, the small scale drawing of a head of a mythical lion is depicted at the top center. The name of the banknote issuer “Union Bank of Burma” in English is printed at top center. The reverse of the banknote is in green. A farmer with a pair of oxen plouging a field is depicted as the main illustration. The watermark for this note, the portrait of Aung San appears at the watemark window at right. This is similar to the1950 issue 100 rupees note, but the oxen now have a rope rein attached and the clouds and water surface are also slightly different. The watermark for this note, the portrait of Aung San appears at the watemark window at right. These banknotes were printed by Thomas De la Rue & Company Limited, and issued on August 21, 1958 and demonetized on May 17, 1964.