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Kuwait 1 Dinar Banknote, L.1968 (1980-1991 ND), P-13d, UNC

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Kuwait 1 Dinar banknote from 1980 to 1981, has a pick number of P-13d, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Telecommunications Center Buildings.

  • SKU:
    KUWA13DU
  • Variety:
    UNC
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This reddish-brown Kuwaiti dinar banknote is part of the third series of banknotes issued in Kuwait. It is in uncirculated condition. Its obverse side contains Arabic text, the coat of arms of Kuwait, and a portrait of the Telecommunications Center buildings in Kuwait City. Its reverse side contains English text and a view of Red Fort where the Battle of Jahra occurred in 1920. The note has a solid security thread and a dhow watermark. It is also 137 mm long and 68 mm wide. The note was demonetized in 1991.

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