The Jordanian Dinar is Jordan’s official currency and was established in the 1950’s. Before that, the Palestine Pound was the official currency of Jordan. Today, the Central Bank of Jordan produces all the banknotes and coins. The current (2017) Jordanian Dinar issue is the fourth and comes in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 20 and 50. 1 Dinar banknote features Sharif Hussein bin Ali and on the back, is the Arab Revolt of 1916 that he himself initiated. On the front of the 5 Dinar is Abdullah bin Al-Hussein, who was the King of Jordan from 1946 until his assassination in 1951, on the back is Ma’an Palace. The 10 Dinars banknote has King Talal in front of the Um Qais Museum and on the back, is an image of the first Parliament building to the left and the Wadi Rum valley on the right. On the 20 Dinars banknote is the King Abdullah Mosque with King Hussein Bin Talal, the back features Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem. The highest denomination for Jordan is the 50 Dinars banknote and features King Abdullah II on the front and on the back, is the Raghadan palace building with a marble carving from Al Aqsa Mosque to the left.