Egypt 5 Pounds Banknote, 2004, P-63b.11, UNC, Prefix 95, TAP 60-70 Authenticated

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  • Dimensions: 145 x 70 mm
  • Watermark: King Tuthmosis and electrotype 5
  • 3-mm wide windowed thread with demetalized 5and FIVE POUNDS in Arabic

This uncirculated 5 Egyptian pound note is a standard circulation note that is dated 20 January 2004 and signed by F. A. El Okda II. It is a slate blue, green, yellow, and orange note that measures 145 mm x 70 mm. Its obverse side features the Ahmad Ibn Tulun Mosque in Cairo. Its reverse side shows a bas-relief that depicts scenes of agriculture, the Nile god holding an offering table with lotus and papyrus flowers, and fishing. Security features include a 2-mm wide holographic windowed security thread, a 1.5-mm wide solid security thread with a demetalized denomination in Arabic, an Eye of Horus registration device, a serial number that starts with 95, and a watermark that shows the Mask of King Tut-Ankh-Amon. The details of this note have been verified and TAP Authenticated by Banknote World experts.

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