Iraq new 50,000-dinar note (B357a) confirmed

According to an Arabic press release dated 11 November 2015 (English translation here), the Central Bank of Iraq introduced the following 50,000-dinar note.

B357 (P103): 50,000 dinars (US$35)

Brown, green, yellow, and blue. Front: Arabic text; Assyrian jar in blue-to-green SPARK; water wheel on the Euphrates river; palm trees; flying birds; Gali Ali Beg waterfall in Kurdistan; Assyrian palm tree as registration device. Back: English and Kurdish text; 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. Printer: (Giesecke & Devrient). 156 x 65 mm. Paper.

a. ‮٢٠١٥‬‭ ‬- ‮١٤٣٦‬‭ ‬(2015/AH1436). Sig. 18: Alaq. Prefix ي‭/‬‮١‬. Intro: 11.11.2015.

Courtesy of Musaab Ibrahim, John Raine, and Fikri Kawar.

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