, In October 2018, the Central Bank of Iraq introduced the first three denominations in a new series of banknote designs aimed at modernizing the currency and better reflecting the nation’s heritage and diversity. As part of the redesign, the new banknotes will now feature the governor of the central
, 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. B356 (PNL): 50,000 dinars (US$42)Brown, green, yellow, and blue. Front: Assyrian jar as blue-to-green SPARK patch; water wheel on the Euphrates river; palm trees;
According to an Arabic-language press release dated 25 February 2015, the Central Bank of Iraq is withdrawing its lowest-denomination note, the 50 dinar note (CBI B46), as of 30 April 2015. Courtesy of Nick.
, According to a press release dated 7 August 2014, the Central Bank of Iraq has introduced a new 10,000-dinar banknote. CBI B54 (PNL): 10,000 dinars (US$8.60)Green. Front: Gold-to-green SPARK patch; sculptor Jawad Saleem’s Freedom Monument in Baghdad. Back: al-Hadba’ (the hunchback) minaret and trees at the Great Nur al-Din