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The United Arab Emirates 50 Dirham banknote is part of the United Arab Emirates Central Banks 2011 issues. Centered on its front design is the national emblem and on the right side is an oryxs head with a silver foil stamp. The back of the note depicts the Fort Jahili at Al Ain and a saker falcon. The banknote has dimensions of 151 x 64 mm and bears a 3-mm wide color-shifting windowed security thread with a demetalized AUE 50. Additionally, the purple banknote carries a watermark that reveals a saker falcons head with an electrotype 50 and a coffee pot. This particular paper bill has been given a grade of 66 by the Paper Money Guaranty.