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

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Morocco 50 Dirhams commemorative 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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This uncirculated 50 Moroccan dirham note is one of the four million notes issued by the Bank Al-Maghrib to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Central Bank. It is a green note that measures 147 mm x 70 mm, is dated 1430-2009, and bears the signatures of Abdeltif Loudiyi and Abdellatif Jouahri. Its obverse side shows an OVI crown and the portraits of King Mohammed VI, King Hassan II, and King Mohammed V. Its reverse side shows stars, the Al-Maghrib headquarters building in Rabat, and a microprint of the speech delivered by King Mohammed V at the opening of the bank. Security features include a holographic stripe with the portraits of the three kings, a windowed security thread with demetalized 50 and Arabic text, and a watermark of King Mohammed VI with an electrotype 50.

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