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The Egypt 200 Pounds was issued in 2007 by the Central Bank of Egypt with a pick number P-69a. Its obverse features the Qani Bay mosque which is located in Cairo. The reverse of the note displays the Seated Scribe statue and a cartouche depicting Egypt is Peace in hieroglyphics. The 165 x 73 mm paper bill bears a 3-mm wide solid security thread with a demetalized 200 and TWO HUNDRED POUNDS printed in Arabic. Additionally, it has a 1.5 mm solid security thread with a demetalized 200 POUNDS in Arabic. The banknotes watermark shows an Egyptian Scribe and an electrotype 200. This Egypt 200 Pound banknote has been given a grade of 65 by the Paper Money Guaranty.