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Morocco 50 Dirhams Banknote, 2009 (AH1430), P-72, UNC, Commemorative

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Morocco 50 Dirhams banknote from 2009, has a pick number of P-72, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Kings Mohammed VI, Mohammed V and Hassan II.

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    MORO72U
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    Commemorative - UNC
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The Morocco 50 Dirhams banknote is part of the 2009. It is green in color and measures 147 x 70 mm. The obverse side shows an OVI crown, Kings Mohammed VI, Hassan II, and Mohammed V, and stars. The reverse side features stars, the Al-Maghrib headquarters building in Rabat, and a microprinted speech delivered in 1959 by Mohammed V at the opening of Bank Al-Maghrib. This banknote uses a windowed security thread with demetalized 50 and Arabic text and contains a watermark with a King Mohammed VI and electrotype 50 design.

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