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This purple uncirculated 10 Jordan dinar banknote is part of the second series of banknotes issued by the Central Bank of Jordan that does not have any references to the authorizing law of 1959. Its obverse side presents a portrait of King Hussein bin Talal. Its reverse side presents two landmarks in Amman: the Palace of Culture Building at the Al-Hussein Youths Sports City and the Roman Amphitheater, and the three Roman columns in Jerash. The security features of the note include a flower registration device, a solid yellow security thread, and a watermark of King Hussein wearing a kuffiyeh. The note is TAP (Trust. Authenticate. Protect.) Authenticated.