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Jordan 1 Dinar Banknote, ND, P-14b, UNC

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Jordan 1 Dinar banknote from 1959, has a pick number of P-14b 2nd Issue, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features King Hussein.

  • SKU:
    JORD14BU
  • Variety:
    UNC
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Category: Banknotes
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This uncirculated green Jordan dinar note is part of the second family of banknotes issued by the Central Bank of Jordan. It does not have a date. However, it has the signatures of Mohamad Nuri Shafik (Minister of Finance) and Said Al Nabulsi (Governor of the Central Bank of Jordan). The obverse side includes Arabic text and a side profile of King Hussein. The reverse side includes English text and a view of the Dome of the Rock shrine in the Old City of Jerusalem. The security details of the note are a solid security thread and a watermark of King Hussein wearing a kuffiyeh. Its dimensions are 150 mm by 75 mm.

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