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Jordan 1 Dinar Banknote, 1975-1992 ND, P-18f, UNC

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Jordan 1 Dinar banknote from 1975-1992, has a pick number of P-18f 3rd Issue, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features King Hussein.

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    JORD18FU
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    UNC
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This green note is an uncirculated Jordan dinar banknote that was part of the 3rd series of banknotes issued by the Central Bank of Jordan. Its obverse side consists of Arabic text, the signatures of Basel Jardaneh (Minister of Finance) and Said Al Nabulsi (Governor of the Central Bank of Jordan), a portrait of Al-Husayn ibn Talal, and flowers. Its reverse side consists of English text, flowers, and a view of the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem. The note has a solid yellow security thread and a watermark of King Hussein wearing a kuffiyeh. Its dimensions are 144 mm by 71.5 mm.

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