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Jordan 10 Dinars Banknote, 1975-1992 ND, P-20d, UNC

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Jordan 10 Dinars banknote from 1975-1992, has a pick number of P-20d 5th Issue, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features King Hussein.

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    JORD20DU
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    UNC
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This uncirculated purple 10 Jordan dinar banknote is part of the second series of banknotes issued by the Central Government of Jordan that does not have dates. However, this note contains the signatures of Basel Jardaneh (the Minister of Finance) and Said Al Nabulsi (the Governor of the Central Bank of Jordan). The obverse side bears the portrait of a young King Hussein bin Talal. The reverse side bears a view of the Palace of Culture building at the Al-Hussein Youths Sports City in Amman, a view of the Roman amphitheater in Amman, and the image of three Roman columns in Jerash. The security details of the note include a solid yellow security thread and a watermark of King Hussein wearing a kuffiyeh. The note measures 160 mm long and 80 mm wide.

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