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The Bahrain 20 Dinars is part of the family of banknotes released in 2001 by the Bahrain Monetary Agency with a pick number P-24. This particular banknote comes in exceptional paper quality and has been graded 65 by the Paper Money Guaranty. The obverse of this banknote features the former King of Bahrain Shaikh Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa. Additionally, a hologram, a map, and the countrys Coat of Arms are also shown on the notes obverse. On the reverse of the Bahrain 20 dinars is the Ahmed Al Fateh Islamic Center mosque which is found in Manama. The banknote is 142 x 71 mm in size and bears a wide windowed security thread. Furthermore, its watermark reflects a head of an Arabian oryx.