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The Algeria 20 Dinars is part of the banknote series issued in 1983 with texts completely in Arabic. This particular banknote has been given a grade of 66 by the Paper Money Guaranty. Its obverse features metal handcrafts and a large vase or jug. On the center is a portico. The left part of the reverse of the paper bill features a man with a shield on horseback. A tower located in Beni Hammad fort can be seen on the center and on the right is an ancient writing. The Algeria 20 Dinar banknote that measures 130 x 61 mm comes with a pattern image of military commander Adb al-Qadir as its watermark. Furthermore, it bears the signatures of Hamed as well as Badder-Eddine Nouioua who was a former governor of the Bank of Algeria.