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This Jordan dinar note design was introduced in August 1992. Its obverse side contains Arabic text, the year 1992 in Arabic numerals, the signatures of Basel Jardaneh (Minister of Finance) and Said Al Nabulsi (Governor of the Central Bank of Jordan), and King Hussein wearing a kuffiyeh. The reverse side of the note contains English text and the Cardo Maximus columns found at the Jerash archaeological site. The security details of the note are a flower registration device, a watermark of King Hussein wearing a kuffiyeh, and a solid security thread with printed CENTRAL BANK OF JORDAN. The note is 137 mm long and 62 mm wide. This note also has a Paper Money Grade of 66.