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The Egypt 20 Pounds with a pick number P-65g is part of the Central Bank of Egypts 2009 replacement issues. The banknotes obverse features the Muhammad Ali Pasha mosque which is also known as the Alabaster Mosque in Cairo. The reverse displays Ramesses II with a bow and an arrow, riding on a war chariot. The note also shows stylized papyrus flowers and a bas relief from the Sesostris I Chapel at the Karnak temple, illustrating the coronation of a pharaoh, the inauguration of the temple construction, and the pharaoh holding an offering table. The 155 x 70 mm banknote has a registration device in the form of the eye of Horus and the signature of Governor Tarek Hassan Amer. This replacement banknote with the number 600 has been given a grade of 66 by the Paper Money Guaranty.