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Invisible fluorescent inks are used in complicated and often beautiful designs on documents, bank notes, currency, and passports as part of a host of security measures against counterfeiting and forgery.  The inks are strictly controlled and the patterns and designs can only be seen under ultraviolet light. These invisible denomination markers are on a South Africa bank note.