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Iraq 25,000 Dinars Banknote, 2018 (AH1440), P-102c, UNC

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Iraq 25,000 Dinar banknote from 2018, has a pick number of P-102c, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features a woman carrying jug on shoulder and modern tractor plowing field.

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    IRAQ102CU
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    UNC
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The Iraq 25,000 Dinar Banknote from 2018 is part of the 2013 - 2018 series. The note has an intaglio symbol at the left front designed for the sight-impaired. The banknote is 177 x 78 mm in size and contains a varifeye thread and 4-mm wide purple-to-green Rolling Star Cube windowed security thread with demetalized Arabic text to enhance its security features. An image of a horse head is also made visible under a UV light. The obverse side features a modern tractor plowing field and a woman carrying a jug on her shoulder. The reverse side features a carving from the upper part of diorite stele also known as the Code of Hammurabi, the Babylonian king Hammurabi receiving laws from Shamash the Sun God. The Lion of Babylon, snake carving, and horses are printed below the stone stele.

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