Vulshainian Blue Riyal
- 1 kutevu has a wreath of lillies encircling the coin. The base metal is nickel.
- 5 kutevus display two shooting stars encircling the hole. The base metal is brass.
- 10 kutevus display three suns encircling the center. The base metal is bronze.
- 25 kutevus display a Maltese cross design, but instead of being displayed on the obverse, the Maltese cross is displayed on the reverse while the number value is printed on the obverse. The reason for this switch is because when the 25 kutevu coins were first minted, the two sides were accidentally switched. To this day, no one has corrected the mistake as it was seen as being easier to just continue to mint the coins in this manner. The base metal is nickel.
- 50 kutevus has chrysanthemums on the obverse. Chrysanthemums are a symbol of happiness and prosperity. The base metal is nickel.
Blue riyals are presented in "bill form" and are made by blow molding a polymer substituent and printing the plastic with a special type of permanent ink. To protect from counterfeiting, the bills have an open area to the right of each central picture in which a machine with a special solvent stamps each bill in a certain way that it produces a very shimmery blue fox. This "plastic" money is intricately decorated, and each front has a central picture displaying a figure or symbol of importance in Vulshainian culture or history. The only riyals that feature a picture on both front and back are the 1, 5, and 10 riyals.
Below are some examples of the different pictures printed on blue riyals.
- 1 blue riyal shows a fox and a wolf, symbolizing the Vulpines and Lobos.
- 5 riyals display St. Aiya on one side and the pagan deity Verveno on the other side.
- 10 riyals display the national patron saints, Saint Jorkett Karabe VI and Saint Kitsuniva Nebisaselari Karabe.
- 100 riyals display the Vulshainian national seal on it.
The blue riyal is printed in 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 1,000, 10,000, and 1,000,000 blue riyals.