Like B289a, but with repositioned vignettes front/back. Most notably, the denomination is expressed as 10 in the corners front/back, further indication that the CBI is preparing to revalue the rial by removing four zeroes. Farsi press release. Courtesy of Ali Zand, Armen Hovsepian, and Ivan Bogdanov (bonistics.org).
According to a DW article dated 31 July 2019, the Iranian government has approved a plan to remove four zeroes from the rial and rename the currency the toman, a former superunit of official currency that was in circulation until 1925. Iranians have for decades continued to use the term
According to an Iran Front Page article dated 2 January 2019, the Central Bank of Iran has unveiled a new 500,000-rial note (B296a) design. The new note is similar to the same denomination issued in 2014 (B294a), but orange in color, repositioned vignettes on front, and Mount Damavand on back.