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The East Africa 100 Shillings was released by the East African Currency Board in 1958-1960 with a pick number P-40. The banknote is designed with red, peach, and green color combinations. Its obverse is in Arabic, English, and Gujarati and features Queen Elizabeth in King George IVs state diadem and necklace. The back of the note is in English and depicts palm trees and leaves. Printed by Thomas De La Re in London, the 158 x 94 mm paper bill bears a solid security thread and a lions head watermark. This particular East Africa 100 shillings comes with an X3 prefix and has been given a grade of 25 by the Paper Money Guaranty.