|Security thread - a metallic thread is embedded inside the paper. It can be seen by holding the note against the light.
Serial numbers are printed with special inks that change colors as the note is put under the ultra violet light.
Watermark in 500, 1000, 5000, 10000, and 20000 bills depicts the figure of Chinggis Khaan, the founder of Mongolian Empire in 1206. Smaller bills such as 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 Togrog has a watermark depicting the figure of Sukhbaatar Damdin, the leader of Mongolian Revolution in 1921. Watermarks can be seen on the right side of the note, when the note is held against the light.
Latent image depicting a Warrior on the Horse has sculptured engraving on the right bottom corner on the oval dot of 5000, 10000, and 20000 Togrog bills. When looking at the note at a given angle the above legend becomes visible.
The basic designs of larger notes have special effects against offset scanner and photocopiers.
Light in ultra-violet.
Along the lower left corner of the large notes, the inscription "Mongolbank" is printed in micro-lettering.
Intaglio printing is applied on the main figure and denominational numbers which can be felt with the tip of fingers.
On the left side of the main figure there is invisible printing of denominational figure, which can only be seen under quartz or ultraviolet light.
The perfect register- see through feature is on the front of the notes as a small round dot, which is mirrored in the same position with the back of the note. When seeing through the light, both sides match exactly