English: A picture of some Euro banknotes and various Euro coins.
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May be used freely, although ECB's banknote image restrictions may apply. My interpretation of those rules is that as long as at most 1/3rd of the banknote is visible, no SPECIMEN texts need to be added. The irregular shapes of the visible banknotes (because of the coins on them) makes the contiguous surface areas significantly smaller, thus making it harder to abuse this image somehow. At least it'd be pretty damn hard to print a portion of this image and fool people into thinking that the printout is a real banknote, which I believe is the intention of the regulations. If you have differing opinions, feel free to use the talk pages.
|The image above depicts a euro banknote. This design is copyrighted by the ECB/2003/5 of 20 March 2003 and "as long as reproductions in advertising or illustrations cannot be mistaken for genuine banknotes".|
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