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This set comes with 3 pieces of Pakistani Rupee specimen banknotes in 1, 10, and 100 denominations. These notes were issued by the State Bank of Pakistan between 1972 and 1984. The two larger denominations feature Mohammed Ali Jinnah wearing a jacket and tie on the obverse design while the smaller value carries a crescent moon and a star on its front side. On the reverse of the 1 rupee banknote is the Naulakha Pavilion in Lahore Fort. The 10 rupee banknote depicts the Shalimar Gardens in Lahore while the 100-rupee bill reflects trees, the bank logo, the clock tower and buildings at Islamia College University situated in Peshawar. The 1-rupee note bears a crescent moon and a star for its watermark while the other two bills reflect Mohammed Ai Jinnah. Common to the three banknotes is a diagonal red SPECIMEN overprint on both of their obverse and reverse sides. These Pakistani rupee notes are in uncirculated condition.