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Egypt 10 Pounds Banknote, 2019, P-73f.11, UNC, Prefix 471

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Egypt 10 Pounds banknote from 2019 has a pick number P-73f.11 with prefix 471, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features the Al-Rifa-I-Mosque.

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    EGYP73F.11U
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This uncirculated 10 Egyptian pound note was issued by the Central Bank of Egypt in 2019. It has a violet, brown, red, and yellow color scheme and has a diameter of 150 mm x 70 mm. Its obverse side features the façade of the Al-Rifa-I Mosque in Cairo. Its reverse side features the diorite statue of King Chefren with Horus the Sun God. Security features of the note include a solid security thread with demetalized denomination in Arabic, a 4-mm wide windowed security thread with a demetalized 10, 10 pounds in Arabic, and the coat of arms of Egypt, and a watermark that shows King Khafre and an electrotype 10.

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