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Las monedas y billetes son objetos ampliamente disponibles y prácticamente cualquier persona del mundo que los emplee puede digitalizar la mediante un escáner. Son muy informativas tanto por sí mismas como por sus grabados que ostentan, tales como los símbolos nacionales. Esto las hace buenos candidatos para subirlos a Wikimedia Commons. Sin embargo, por ser trabajos gubernamentales, los derechos de autor de sus diseños varían de país en país y entre monedas de la misma nación. Además, la reproducción de dinero es cuidadosamente controlada para evitar la falsificación. Esta página documenta la información respecto a las diferentes leyes referentes al dinero emitido por diferentes países.[1]

Puntos importantes

  • Una fotografía de una moneda tiene dos requisitos antes de que pueda ser incluido. El primero es que el diseño de la moneda él no es copyrighted, o el permiso ha sido obtenido. El segundo es que el fotógrafo apalabra licencia él bajo una licencia libre. Un cuadro de un 3D-el objeto crea en más jurisdicciones un copyright nuevo en el cuadro, algo aquello no es el caso cuándo fotografiando puro 2D-objetos. Ver Cuándo para utilizar el PD-etiqueta de Arte para más información.
  • Elementos de la moneda no tendría que ser incluida en fotos para el propósito de indicar la escala o medida de un objeto; un gobernante o la escala que marca tendría que ser utilizado en cambio. Ver el {{NoCoins}} etiqueta para detalles.
  • Con respetar a imágenes similares de moneda, complacer respeto otros' trabajo y evitar overwriting existiendo archivos (aquellos cargados por otros usuarios). En general, es mejor de cargar un archivo nuevo, complacer referir a Commons:Overwriting existing files.
  • El {{Counterfeiting}} la etiqueta suele describir los plazos bajo qué una imagen en Commons puede ser imprimido sin violar criminal counterfeiting ley. Esto es particularmente importante para proyectos como la versión de impresión de Wikipedia y otros usos de impresión derivados, el cual desearía evitar inadvertently violando estas leyes. Ver el {{Counterfeiting}} para un ejemplo de cómo este mensaje está mostrado.

Contents

Países

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Albania

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Argelia

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Angola

X mark.svg   No exception for currency in the Angolan copyright law.

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Argentina

X mark.svg  . no hay ninguna excepción para moneda en la ley de copyright argentina.

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COM:CUR Armenia

Armenia

Symbol OK.svg  Armenian currency is not copyrighted. Monetary items, together with other state symbols, are explicitly excluded from copyright by the 2013 version of the copyright law of Armenia.[2013 Article 4.1(d)]

Please use {{PD-AM-exempt}} for Armenian currency images.

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Aruba

X mark.svg   The copyright on Aruban banknotes is owned by the Central Bank of Aruba.[2]

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Australia

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Austria

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COM:CUR Azerbaijan

Azerbaiyán

Symbol OK.svg  Monetary signs, together with other state symbols, are explicitly excluded from copyright by the 2013 Copyright law of Azerbaijan.[636-IVQD/2013 Article 7]

Please use {{PD-AZ-exempt}} for Azerbaijan currency images.

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Bahamas

X mark.svg  . Images of banknotes and coins denominated in Bahamian dollars are subject to copyright protection and are property of the Central Bank of The Bahamas. They cannot be reproduced or published without the expressed consent of the Central Bank of The Bahamas.[3]

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Bielorrusia

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Bélgica

Banknotes

X mark.svg   Banknotes denominated in Belgian francs issued by the National Bank of Belgium can still be exchanged for an undetermined period of time. The Bank still owns copyrights with regard to the design of the banknotes it has issued, in accordance with the legislation on intellectual property rights. Therefore, these banknotes may not be reproduced without the Bank's permission, subject to the observance of the conditions the Bank has laid down. The same kind of restrictions apply to reproductions of Belgium banknotes as to Euro banknotes.[4]

Coins

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Bolivia

Pictogram-voting-question.svg Unclear According to Article 8 of the Law No.1322 of April 13, 1992, on Copyright: "Only a natural person may be an author; however, the State, public law bodies and moral or legal entities may exercise copyright as derived owners, in accordance with the norms of this Law".[1322/1992 Article 8]

Article 5(i) of Law No. 1322 defines "derived work" as: "Any work arising from the adaptation, translation or other transformation of an original work, provided that it constitutes a separate creation".[1322/1992 Article 5(i)]

The copyright law has provisions giving copyright to the State in national folklore and when Bolivian nationals die without heirs, so it is not clear if the government's right to hold copyright extends to banknotes.

X mark.svg  . Banknotes and coins of the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina can only be reproduced with the express permission of the Bank, as defined by the law «Official Gazette of BiH» 1/97, Chapter 5, Article 47.[5]

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Brasil

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Bulgaria

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Canadá

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X mark.svg   The Cayman Islands Money Authority holds the copyright on its currency notes. It permits reproductions with prior consultation with the Authority and if the reproduction is not on products for sale. Given the copyright status and the non-commercial use clause, their designs are not appropriate for use on Commons.[6]

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Chile

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China

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Colombia

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Costa Rica

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COM:CUR Croatia

Croacia

X mark.svg   The Croatian National Bank is the holder of all proprietary rights and copyrights on kuna banknotes and kuna and lipa coins, and their reproduction is subject to prior approval of the Croatian National Bank. See: Article 24 of the Act on the Croatian National Bank, Official Gazette 75/2007.

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✓OK There is a legal succession of "Česká národní banka" (ČNB) for all precursor institutes ("Státní banka československá" (SBCS), "Národní banka Československá" until 1919). Therefore, {{Money-CZ}} can be applied for Czechoslovakian currency of former times and money of the first Slovakian Republic too.

X mark.svg   The country joined the Berne Convention in 1963. The World Intellectual Property Organisation does not list any copyright-related laws prior to 1986. Ordinance-Law No. 86-033 of April 5, 1986 on the Protection of Copyright and Neighboring Rights states:

  • Official acts of the authority shall not give rise to any copyright. Any other literary, artistic, or scientific publications produced by the authorities shall generate copyright for the authorities.[86-033/1986 Article 7]
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Dinamarca

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X mark.svg   There is no exception for currency under Dominican copyright law. Under Law No. 65-00 of 21 August 2000,

  • Rights in works created by public employees or officials in the performance of the duties inherent in their position shall be presumed to be assigned to the public organization in question.[65-00/2000 Article 28]
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COM:CUR Egypt

Egipto

Symbol OK.svg  According to Law No. 82 of 2002 on the Protection of Intellectual Property Rights: "[Copyright protection] shall not cover the following: Official documents, whatever their source or target language, such as laws, regulations, resolutions and decisions, international conventions, court decisions, award of arbitrators and decisions of administrative committees having judicial competence."[82/2002 Article 141]

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Estonia

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Etiopía

X mark.svg  . Ethiopia's copyright law excepts "any official text of a legislative, administrative or of legal nature, as well as official translations thereof".[410/2004 Article 5(b)] The term "official text" does not seem to include banknotes. Note that, as of May 2016, Ethiopia is not a party to the Berne Convention, so Ethiopian banknotes are not protected by US copyright law. However, Commons' policy is that works must be free in both the US and the source country.

Euro banknotes

Symbol OK.svg  Under conditions. (use {{Money-EU}} for images of Euro banknotes). The rules for reproducing Euro banknotes were published in the Official Journal of the European Union, L078 of 25 March 2003.[7] In summary, Euro banknotes are copyright of the European Central Bank, and the following rules apply to one-sided reproductions, such as pictures on websites:

  • The size of the reproduction must be at least 125% or not greater than 75% of both the length and width of the banknote.
  • Reproductions depicting a part of either side of the note should be smaller than one-third of the original side.
  • On intangible reproductions (e.g. websites), the word SPECIMEN must be printed diagonally across the reproduction in Arial font or similar, in a non-transparent colour contrasting with the dominant colour of the note. The length of the word must be at least 75% of the length of the reproduction, and the height of the word must be at least 15% of the width of the reproduction. The resolution of the image must not exceed 72 dots per inch (dpi).
Euro coins

Symbol OK.svg  Common side, under conditions. Copyright of the common side of the coin lies with the Commission of the European Union, which has determined that reproduction in a format without relief (e.g. drawing, pictures), provided that they are not detrimental to the image of the euro, is authorized.[8][9][10] A deletion request was made in 2010 regarding them (Commons:Deletion requests/Template:Euro coin common face 2) and the conclusion was to keep them but they were deleted regardless. They were reinstated after a deletion review.

Reproduction of all or part of the common face design of the euro coins is authorised without recourse to a specific procedure in the following cases ... for photographs, drawings, paintings, films, images, and generally reproductions in flat format (without relief) provided they are in faithful likeness and are used in ways which do not damage or detract from the image of the euro.[10]

X mark.svg   National side may not be acceptable. Copyright of the national side of the coin is determined by the individual Member States in accordance with national legislation. It is copyrighted in some of them. For more information see Copyright of the national sides of euro circulation coins (ec.Europa.eu: XLSX format file).[11]

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Finlandia

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Francia

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Georgia

Symbol OK.svg  Georgian currency is not copyrighted. Monetary items, together with other state symbols, are explicitly excluded from copyright by article 8 of Copyright law of Georgia.[2112-IIS/2017 Article 8]

Please use {{PD-GE-exempt}} for Georgian currency images.

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Alemania

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Grecia

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Hong Kong

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Hungría

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Islandia

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India

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Indonesia

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Irán

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Irak

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Irlanda

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Israel

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Italia

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Japón

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COM:CUR Kazakhstan

Kazajistán

Symbol OK.svg  Banknotes, together with other state symbols, are explicitly excluded from copyright by article 8 of Copyright law of Kazakhstan.[419/2015 Article 8]

Please use {{PD-KZ-exempt}} for Kazakhstan currency images.

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Kirguistán

Symbol OK.svg . Under Law No. 6 as of 2017, monetary signs, together with other state symbols, are explicitly excluded from copyright.[2017 Article 8]

Please use {{PD-KG-exempt}} for Kyrgyzstan currency images.

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COM:CUR Latvia

Letonia

Under the Copyright Law of 2000 (as amended up to June 14, 2017),

  • The Bank of Latvia holds the copyright of lat banknotes. The Bank of Latvia copyright does not affect the right of the author of the images used on the banknotes to be recognised as the author thereof.[2000-2017 Sec.17'(1)]
  • It is prohibited to reproduce banknotes in any way, except in the case, where the Bank of Latvia, the European Central Bank, the central bank or state which has emitted such banknotes has provided written permission or the requirements of the Bank of Latvia, the European Central Bank or the relevant state for the reproduction of banknotes. Restrictions on the economic rights of authors shall not apply to banknotes.[2000-2017 Sec.17'(2)]

Copyright for euro banknotes and common side of euro coins is determined by the European Central Bank (see COM:CRT/European Union:Currency), but copyright of national sides of euro coins is determined by national legislation. The Bank of Latvia suggests that the Regulation for Reproducing the Lats Banknotes and Coins must be met to reproduce lats, and ECB Reproduction rules must be met to reproduce euros. All photographic reproductions of banknotes and coins must comply those criteria. Prior to the amendments, which came into force in May 1 2004, currency was public domain in Latvia per both the unamended 2000 law and 1993 law. Therefore any coins or banknotes that were no longer in circulation by 2004 date are public domain.

Please use {{Latvian coins}} for relevant Latvian coins images and {{Latvian banknote}} for images of Latvian banknotes, as {{PD-LV}} does not apply to Latvian currency.

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COM:CUR Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein

Symbol OK.svg  According to the Law of May 19, 1999, on Copyright and Neighboring Rights, "Copyright protection shall not subsist in .. means of payment".[1999-2006 Art.5]

Please use {{PD-Liechtenstein-official}} for the corresponding currency images.

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Lituania

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Macao

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Malasia

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Malta

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México

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COM:CUR Moldova

Moldavia

Symbol OK.svg  Moldova currency is not copyrighted. Monetary items, together with other state symbols, are explicitly excluded from copyright by article 8 of Law on Copyright and Related Rights of Moldova.

Please use {{PD-MD-exempt}} for Moldova currency images.

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COM:CUR Mongolia

Mongolia

X mark.svg  : Banknotes are copyrighted, as they do not fall within one of the copyright exemptions in Article 8 of the Law of Mongolia on Copyright and Related Rights (as last amended on January 19, 2006).[2006 Article 8]

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COM:CUR Mozambique

Mozambique

X mark.svg  . Under Law No. 4/2001 of 27 February 2001 there are no exceptions to copyright protection for works which were already in the public domain. Banknotes are not within the exceptions to copyright. There is a copyright exception for "official texts of a legislative, administrative or judicial nature, or to official translations thereof".[4/2001 Article 5a] Because the exception uses "text", banknotes do not seem to be within the exception.

Copyright protection for collective works, such as banknotes, lasts 70 years under Mozambique law and also under US law, since Mozambique is a party to the Berne Convention. Since that is long before Mozambique gained independence, all Mozambique banknotes are copyrighted. For banknotes that circulated before independence, Portuguese law applies.

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COM:CUR Nepal

Nepal

X mark.svg  : Banknote and coin designs are copyrighted. According to the Copyright Act, 2059 (2002), "Government of Nepal shall have the copyright over the work prepared by Government of Nepal."[8/2002 Section 40]

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Países Bajos

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COM:CUR New Zealand

Nueva Zelanda

X mark.svg Not OK New Zealand coins and notes are copyrighted by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand. They note that "the Reserve Bank has no objection to reproducing our notes and coins as complete on-screen or printed images, typically for design, educational or illustrative purposes" but that "for intellectual property reasons we cannot grant permission to reproduce detail parts of these designs, and in particular that: (1) The ‘Pukaki’ image on the 20 cent coin is owned by Ngati Whakaue, used with permission by the Reserve Bank; (2) The image of H.M. The Queen on the obverse of our coins is owned by The Crown." This amounts to a restriction on derivative works, making the designs not appropriate for Commons.

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand provides guidelines on using images of currency.[12]

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COM:CUR Nigeria

Nigeria

X mark.svg  . There is no copyright exemption for government works. (discussion)

X mark.svg   According to the law for the National Bank of Macedonia, for each reproduction of the banknotes and coins that are in official use in Macedonia there should be an official written permission from the Bank itself. The Council of the Bank decides the ways and the procedures for publication of photos of the currency.[13]

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Noruega

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COM:CUR Pakistan

Pakistán

X mark.svg   Although certain governments works are exempt from copyright, currency is not one of the exceptions.

Copyright Ordinance, 1962 as amended by Copyright (Amendment) Ordinance, 2000 says,

  • Copyright in a Government work shall, where Government is the first owner of the copyright therein, subsist until 50 years from the beginning of the calendar year next following the year in which the work is first published.[XXXIV/2000 Section 22(1)]
  • The following acts shall not constitute an infringement of copyright, namely: ... the reproduction or publication of any matter which has been published in any official Gazette, or the report of any committee, commission, council, board or other like body appointed by the Government unless the reproduction or publication of such matter or report is prohibited by the Government.[XXXIV/2000 Section 57(q)(i)] Currency does not fall into this definition.
  • See also: Commons:Deletion requests/File:Pakistan commemorative banknote.png.
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Perú

X mark.svg  . La moneda peruana no está exenta de derechos de autor.[822/1996 Arte.9]

La Ley 26714, Artículo 256, prohíbe la reproducción de billetes y monedas y su distribución con fines publicitarios o similares para crear confusión o causar las reproducciones a ser utilizadas por terceros como si fueran moneda original.[14]

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Filipinas

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Polonia

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COM:CUR Qatar

Catar

X mark.svg   (See Commons:Deletion requests/Files in Category:Banknotes of Qatar)

Law No. 7 of 2002 on the Protection of Copyright and Neighboring Rightssays

  • The protection provided by this Law shall not cover the following works ... laws, legal provisions, administrative decisions, international treaties, official documents or any official translation thereof.[7/2002 Article 4(1)]

However, "official documents" seems unlikely to include currency. The Qatar Central Bank states that all content on its site (which includes images of currency) may not be used for commercial purposes without the permission of the bank.[15]

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Rumania

Symbol OK.svg  Article 9(d) of the Romanian copyright law of March 14, 1996 excludes means of payment from copyright.

Use {{PD-money-Romania}} to tag reproductions of Romanian currency.

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Rusia

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Serbia

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COM:CUR Sierra Leone

Sierra Leona

X mark.svg  : Government works are copyrighted.[8/2011 Section 8]

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Singapur

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Eslovaquia

X mark.svg  . The Slovak National Bank does not provide information about copyright on images of currency.[16]

Some third parties, such as shops, have been granted permission to deal with Slovakian currency.[17]

Slovakia has used the Euro since 2009. See COM:CRT/European Union Currency for more information.

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Eslovenia

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Sudáfrica

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Corea del Sur

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España

Symbol OK.svg : Regarding former Spanish national currency, the pesetas, there is "no significant jurisprudence on the application of copyright to banknotes" per 1999 Report on the Legal Protection of Banknotes in the European Union Member States. Additionally, there is "no use of the copyright symbol: © on Spanish banknotes". The rules for reproduction of pesetas only have provisions for advertising purposes. Reproductions for teaching materials in particular do not require the authorisation of the Bank of Spain.[18]

{{PD-SpanishGov-money}} can be used to tag images of Spanish pesetas.

Spain has used the Euro since 1 January 2002. See COM:CRT/European Union:Currency for Euro banknotes and the shared side of Euro coins.

X mark.svg   for the national side of Euro coins.

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Sri Lanka

X mark.svg   The government works that are excepted from copyright are only "any official text of a legislative, administrative or legal nature, as well as any official translation thereof" (Intellectual Property Act, No. 36 of 2003, at Section 8B), so it is assumed that banknotes and coins are protected and not appropriate for Commons.

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Sudán

  • Symbol OK.svg : Banknote designs before 18 December 1996
  • Pictogram-voting-question.svg Unclear: Banknote designs on or after 18 December 1996

Sudan's first copyright law entered into force on 18 December 1996 and did not extend protection to works already in the public domain. Banknotes issued before this date are therefore in the public domain in Sudan. Because these banknotes were in the public domain in Sudan before it joined the Berne Convention (28 December 2000), they are also in the public domain in the United States and may be uploaded to Commons.

The status of banknote designs released after 18 December 1996 is unclear. Under Sudanese copyright law, "official documents" are in the public domain, but banknotes may not fall under the definition of "official documents". If that definition does not include banknotes, then banknotes will be protected for 50 years after the death of the last contributing author.

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Suecia

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Suiza

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Siria

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República de China

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Tayikistán

Symbol OK.svg . Under the the Law on Copyright and Related Rights (as amended up to 2009), Tajikistan currency is not copyrighted. Monetary items, together with other state symbols, are explicitly excluded from copyright.[2009 Article 7]

Please use {{PD-TJ-exempt}} for Tajikistan currency images.

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Tailandia

X mark.svg  : Reproduction of banknote images requires a permission from the Bank of Thailand.[19]

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Turquía

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Turkmenistán

Symbol OK.svg  Turkmenistan currency is not copyrighted. Banknotes and other state symbols, are explicitly excluded from copyright by Law No. 257-IV of January 10, 2012, Article 7.

Please use {{PD-TM-exempt}} for Turkmenistan currency images.

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Uganda

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Ucrania

Symbol OK.svg  Ukrainian currency is not copyrighted. Monetary items, together with other state symbols, are explicitly excluded from copyright by article 10 of Copyright law of Ukraine.[3792-XII/199-2017 Art.10(e)]

Please use {{PD-UA-exempt}} for Ukrainian currency images.

X mark.svg   Banknotes and coins are not exempted from copyright law in the United Arab Emirates, and so are protected in the same way as other works of applied and plastic art or drawings, with respect to reproduction and to the time period of copyright protection.

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Reino Unido

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Coins

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Many but not all coins or bills produced by the United States Mint are in the public domain as works of the Federal Government. Some were designed by third parties who assigned rights to the Mint. These are typically commemorative coins for special occasions and the copyright is described in their marketing materials; another example is the obverse of the golden dollar.[1] The status of each coin or bill should be assessed individually.

Banknotes

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"Color illustrations" of banknotes appear to be permitted if they respect the following conditions (from 18 U.S. Code § 504 and 31 CFR § 411.1):

  • the illustration is of a size less than three-fourths or more than one and one-half, in linear dimension, of each part of the item illustrated;
  • the illustration is one-sided; and
  • all negatives, plates, positives, digitized storage medium, graphic files, magnetic medium, optical storage devices and any other thing used in the making of the illustration that contain an image of the illustration or any part thereof are destroyed and/or deleted or erased after their final use.

Please use {{PD-USGov-money}} for relevant US currency images.

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Uruguay

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Uzbekistán

Symbol OK.svg  Uzbekistan currency is not copyrighted. Monetary items, together with other state symbols, are explicitly excluded from copyright by article 8 of Copyright law of Uzbekistan.[LRU-476/2018 Article 8] Drafts for such items, however, are copyrighted by their authors.[LRU-476/2018 Article 9]

Please use {{PD-UZ-exempt}} for Uzbekistan currency images.

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Vietnam

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Zambia

X mark.svg   Banknotes and coins are not exempted from copyright, and are assumed to be treated normally as works produced by government employees. According to the Copyright and Performance Rights Act 1994, the copyright on works made by government employees is held by the government, and the expiration of the protection is 50 years after the first publication of the work.[1994-2010 Section 12(2)]

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COM:CUR Zimbabwe

Zimbabue

X mark.svg   According to section 50 of the Copyright Act [Chapter 26:1] of Zimbabwe the copyright of banknotes and coins are vested in the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe and subsists from the date on which such bank notes or coin are issued until such bank notes or coin are demonetized.

Symbol OK.svg  Bank notes and coins that have been demonetized.

Referencias

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  1. Rulesforuse.org – Central Bank Counterfeit Deterrence Group – contains information about the reproduction rules of many (but not all) currencies
  2. Banknotes and Coins. Centrale Bank van Aruba (2018). Retrieved on 2018-12-03.
  3. Statute Law of The Bahamas - Chapter 351- Central Bank of the Bahamas (2010).
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  6. Reproduction Guidelines Currency Notes. Cayman Islands Monetary Authority. Retrieved on 2019-01-19.
  7. GUIDELINE OF THE EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK of 20 March 2003 on the enforcement of measures to counter non-compliant reproductions of euro banknotes and on the exchange and withdrawal of euro banknotes. Official Journal of the European Union 16-19 (25 March 2003).
  8. Reproduction rules for coins. European Commission. Retrieved on 2019-01-28.
  9. The euro. European Commission. Retrieved on 2019-01-28.
  10. a b European Commission (22 October 2001). Communication from the Commission on copyright protection of the common face design of the euro coins. Retrieved on 2019-01-28.
  11. Copyright of the national sides of euro circulation coins. ec.europa.eu. Retrieved on 2019-03-20.
  12. Using images of currency. Reserve Bank of New Zealand. Retrieved on 2019-03-16.
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  14. Ley N° 26714 Modifícase los artículos 252° a 258° y 261° del Código Penal (Counterfeit currency offences) (in Spanish) (1996).
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