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The Armenia 1,000 Dram is part of the family of notes issued in 2011 with an added Kinegram holographic stripes that switch between an ornament and the person on the banknote when tilted. This particular paper bill is graded 68 by the Paper Money Guaranty. Its obverse depicts literary writer Yeghishe Charents and Mount Ararat. The reverse of the 136 x 72 mm banknote features an old Yerevan edifice and a carriage with a driver drawn by two horses. The Armenia 1,000 dram has a solid security thread which has a demetallized AMD 100 on it. It also has a watermark which shows an image of Yeghishe Charents and an electrotype 1000.