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The Jordan 5 Dinar is part of the family of notes issued in 2010. This particular banknote has a low serial number and is in uncirculated condition. The obverse features King Abdullah and his seal. It also shows King Abdullah riding on a horse as he inspects his army troops and cavalry. A gold coin struck in 1916 depicting the Proclamation of the Great Arab Revolt is also visible. The reverse of the note displays the King Abdullah Bin Al-Hussein headquarters which is now called the Maan Palace. Moreover, an Ummayad coin struck at a mint in Jordan can be found on the left. This 137 x 74 mm paper bill has a solid security thread and windowed security thread that comes with a demetalized CBJ 5. Signed by Abu Hammour and Toukan, the Jordan 5 Dinar has a portrait of King Abdullah Bin Al-Hussein and an electrotype Arabic text as its watermark.