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The Egypt 100 Pounds with a pick number P-67i was released in 2012 by the Central Bank of Egypt. The note comes in green, purple, orange, and brown color combinations and is 165 x 70 mm in size. Its obverse design features the Sultan Hassan Mosque in Cairo. Centered on the reverse is the Great Sphinx of Giza. The ancient name of Egypt Kemet is also shown in hieroglyphics. The paper bill carries the eye of Horus as its registration device. This 100 Egyptian pound banknote has been given a grade of 63 by the Paper Money Guaranty.