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Egypt 10 Piastres Banknote, L.1940 (1998-2002 ND), P-189b.1, UNC

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Egypt 10 Piastres Banknote from L.1940 (1998-2002 ND) has a pick numbr of P-189b.1, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features the pyramids of Giza.


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    EGYP189B.1U
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This uncirculated 10 Egyptian piastre banknote is a standard circulation note that is issued by the Egyptian Government under Law 1940/50 and signed by Medhat A. Hassanein. It is a violet and orange note that measures 118 mm x 62 mm. Its obverse side contains a panel with “The Arab Republic of Egypt” inscribed in Arabic and a view of the Great Sphinx and the pyramids of Giza. Its reverse side depicts the Muhammad Ai Pasha Mosque (aka the Alabaster Mosque) in Cairo. Though the note does not have a security thread, it has a watermark of the Mask of King Tutankhamun.

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