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The Sudan 20 Sudanese Pounds Banknote Is part of the Central Bank of Sudan’s 2017 issues. It has a color combination of tan, orange, and purple. On the obverse is a development theme with three Nubian pyramids at Meroe, an irrigation wheel, and an oil drilling platform. The reverse depicts the bank logo, a factory, satellite dishes, and fruit including bananas, papayas, flowers, pineapples, citrus, grapes, and corn. It also shows a wrench. The banknote contains a holographic stripe and a 2-mm wide windowed security thread with a demetallized CBS 20 LS and an Arabic text. Its watermark depicts a secretary bird and an electrotype LS 20. It also has a registration device in the form of a wrench. The banknote is 160 x 74 mm in size and bears the signature of Hazim Abdegadir Ahmed Babiker. This particular paper bill is in uncirculated condition and has a radar serial number. Additionally, the banknote has been TAP authenticated with a grade of 60-70.