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A sign of Iraqs hyperinflation, the 50,000 Iraqi dinar banknote measures 156 mm by 65 mm. The front has an Assyrian jar printed in blue-to-green SPARK ink, a water wheel in the Euphrates River, and the Gali Ali Beg waterfall in Kurdistan. The back depicts fishermen rowing through marshes, an outline of Iraq in relation to the Tigris and Euphrates River, and a varifeye thread with the spiral minaret of the Malwiya Tower at the Great Mosque of Samarra. The note has a 4-mm wide purple-to-green Rolling Star Cube windowed security thread with demetalized text of the Central Bank of Iraq in Arabic, a watermark of a horse head, and an electrotype watermark of 50000.