FRONT : Assyrian jar as blue-to-green SPARK patch; water wheel on the Euphrates river; palm trees; flying birds; Gali Ali Beg waterfall in Kurdistan; Assyrian palm tree as registration device
BACK:Assyrian palm tree; fishermen poling canoes through marshes with flying ducks, water buffalos, reed house; outline map of Iraq showing Euphrates and Tigris rivers; palm trees. varifeye thread with spiral minaret, Malwiya Tower, at the Great Mosque of Samarra. 4-mm wide purple-to-green RollingStar Cube windowed security thread with demetalized Arabic text (The Central Bank of Iraq). Watermark: Horse head and electrotype 50000.
You are buying 20 x 50000(FIFTY THOUSAND) = 1000000 (One Million) Iraqi Dinar.THESE NEWLY PRINTED 50000 DINAR BANKNOTES ARE INTRODUCED ON 11TH. NOVEMBER 2015 AND ARE IN CIRCULATION ALONG WITH OTHER DINAR BANKNOTES. THESE BANKNOTES ARE IN USE AS OFFICIAL LEGAL TENDER CURRENCY IN THE ENTIRE COUNTRY OF IRAQ. The new banknotes, printed in Britain, boast of the most up-to-date anti-counterfeit features, including watermarks, a security thread, raised letters, an optically variable ink, and other variations to thwart counterfeiters.
These are uncirculated banknotes from a serially numbered bundle and makes a great collectible item for someone who enjoys world currency banknotes.100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED!
THOMAS DE LA RUE COMPANY has officially printed all New Iraqi Dinar banknotes. ALL OUR NEW IRAQI 50000(FIFTY THOUSAND) DINAR BANKNOTES HAVE BEEN CHECKED AND CERTIFIED TO BE AUTHENTIC & GENUINE ON THOMAS DE LA RUE MACHINE AND LEGALLY IMPORTED THROUGH U.S. CUSTOMS.
ACCORDING TO IMF COUNTRY INFORMATION ON IRAQ:
"Iraq is estimated to have the world’s second-largest oil reserves, with reserves recently revised upward from 115 to 143 billion barrels, based on new geological surveys. By the 1970s, Iraq’s oil resources had enabled the country to reach middle-income status, with a modern infrastructure, and good education and healthcare systems. Since then, however, Iraq has suffered through three devastating wars, a long period of economic and financial mismanagement, and international sanctions imposed during the 1990s... Nevertheless, Iraq’s longer-term outlook is strong as domestic and foreign investment in the hydrocarbon sector starts to bear fruit, and oil production and exports are projected to increase considerably in the years ahead."