The currency of the country Kyrgyzstan (Kyrgyz Republic is called the Som (symbol KGS) and it went in use in the year 1993. This was couple years after this country became independent from Russia (the Russian Ruble was used prior as the currency there). The Som is divided into the smaller denomination known as the Tyin (100 of which equal one Som).
See below for a 1993 1 Tyin Bank note which is reddish pink and grey + has a picture of a bald eagle in flight on its obverse. The back of this paper currency bill has an ornamental design. Currently we have three of these Tyin money bills that are in almost uncirculated condition.