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The Saudi Arabia 50 Riyal banknote was issued by the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency in 2012. Its obverse depicts a portrait of King Abdullah and the Al Sakhra Dome mosque or the Dome of the Rock. Featured on the back of the note are the Al Aqsa mosque in Al Quds Al Shareef and the coat of arms of Saudia Arabia showing two crossed swords and a palm tree. The paper bill is 155 x 70 mm in size and comes with a holographic stripe. It also has a windowed security thread with a demetalized 50 and Arabic text. Additionally, it bears a watermark that reflects King Abdullah, an electrotype 50, and Cornerstones when held up to a light source. The banknote carries the signatures of Governor Fahad Al-Mubarak and Finance Minister Ibrahim bin Abdulaziz bin Abdullah al-Assaf. Printed by De La Rue, this particular Saudi Arabia 50 Riyal note has been given a grade of 66 by the Paper Money Guaranty.