Armenia 100,000 Dram Banknote, 2009, P-54, Serial #, UNC

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Armenia 100,000 Dram banknote from 2009, has a pick number of P-54, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features King Abgar V of Edessa.

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The Armenia 100,000 Dram banknote is part of the family of notes issued with a kinegram holographic stripe. This means that when the banknote is tilted, an ornament and the person featured on the note would alternately show. The obverse of the Armenia 100,000 dram features the king of Osroene King Abgar V of Edessa. It also displays a royal flag that shows Jesus Christ. The 1st-century regional map, an ancient coin, and a crown are also notable features of the notes front side. The back of the bill showcases a castle and a river. Another noteworthy design is an image of the disciple Thaddeus handing a canvas bearing a portrait of Jesus Christ to King Abgar V. This 160 x 72 mm paper money has solid security thread and watermarks of King Abgar V, an electrotype 100000, and a cross of kings crown. Moreover, its cleartext windowed security thread has a demetallized AMD 100000.