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The Saudi Arabia 50 Riyals Banknote was issued by the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency in 2007. This dark green banknote displays a portrait of King Abdullah and the Al Sakhra Dome mosque on its obverse. The reverse features the Al Aqsa mosque in Quds Al Shareef (Jerusalem) and the national emblem that depicts two crossed swords with palm tree. The note contains a holographic stripe, a windowed security thread with demetallized 50 and Arabic text between wavy lines, and a watermark that reflects King Abdullah, an electrotype 50, and Cornerstones. The note measures 155 x 70mm and is signed by Ibrahim bin Abdulaziz bin Abdullah al-Assaf and Hamad Saud al-Sayyari. This banknote has been graded 67 by the Paper Money Guaranty.