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Egypt 20 Pounds Banknote, 2016, P-74a, UNC

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Egypt 20 Pounds Banknote from 2016 with pick number P-74a is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features the Alabaster Mosque in Cairo.


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    EGYP74AU
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    UNC
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The Egypt 20 Pounds banknote was issued by the Central Bank of Egypt in 2016. The obverse side of the banknote shows the Great Mosque of Muhammad Ali Pasha or the Alabaster Mosque in Cairo and the Eye of Horus as the registration device. The reverse depicts Ramesses II with bow and arrow in a war chariot and the bas relief carvings from the Chapel of Sesostris I at Karnak temple, showing coronation of a pharaoh, inauguration of temple building, and pharaoh with offering table. It also shows stylized papyrus flowers and the Eye of Horus. The security features of the note include a solid and windowed security thread and a watermark that reveals the mask of King Tut Ankh Amon. The banknote is in uncirculated condition.

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