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Iraq's central bank unveils new banknote

The Iraqi central bank has issued a new banknote for 10000 dinar. The note contains various security features as well as the same portrait of President Saddam Hussein used on all other banknotes in Iraq.

Source: LBMRC

The Central Bank of Iraq has issued a new 10,000 Dinar banknote, with a wide difference from the nearest smaller value circulation note being denominated at 250 Dinars.

The new undated note is printed using an offset printing process and is red/maroon in colour which measures 155 / 68

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