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Iraq 25,000 Dinars Banknote, 2010 (AH1431), P-96e, UNC

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Iraq 25,000 Dinar banknote from 2010, has a pick number of P-96e, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features female Kurdish farmer holding sheaf of wheat; modern tractor plowing field.

  • SKU:
    IRAQ96EU
  • Variety:
    UNC
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The front side of the Iraq 25,000 Dinars Banknote features a Kurdish farmer carrying a sheaf of wheat. It also shows a modern tractor plowing a field. The center of the notes reverse depicts a carving from the upper part of the diorite Stele of Code of Hammurabi, which shows the Babylonian King Hammurabi himself receiving laws from Shamash the Sun God. The reverse also bears horses and a snake carving. This 177 x 78 mm banknote has a windowed security thread with demetallized Arabic text and a horse head as its watermark.

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