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Bahrain 5 Dinars Banknote, L. 2006 (2016 - 2018), P-32b, Birthday Serial #, UNC

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Bahrain 5 Dinar banknote from 2008 to 2018, has a pick number of P-32b, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Shaikh Isa House in Muharraq.

The Bahrain 5 Dinars is part of the family of notes issued in 2008 - 2018 with a pick number P-27b This particular paper bill is in uncirculated condition and bears a birthday year serial number. The obverse depicts the Shaikh Isa House in Muharraq and the Riffa al-Sharqi fortress in Hunainiya valley. On the reverse of the banknote are the Aluminium Bahrain smelter building and Bahrains first oil well located near Jebel Dukhan mountain. The 154 x 74 mm banknote bears a windowed StarChrome security thread which shifts its color from green to red when tilted and with a demetallized CBB. Furthermore, the Bahrain 5 Dinars has a watermark that reflects a portrait of King Hamad Isa Al-Khalifa with an electrotype FIVE and the banknotes value printed in Arabic.

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