In this order you will receive a total of 500,000 New Iraqi Dinar, the official currrency of the country of Iraq. Your order will come to you in five hundred (500) notes of the 1,000 IQD denomination.
Description of the 1,000 Dinar (IQD) Denomination Note:
FRONT: Abu Ali Hasan Ibn al-Haitham (known as Alhazen to medieval scholars in the West), born Basrah in 965 A.D. His most important work – although he wrote some 200 books – is held to be a seven volume series on optics Kitab al-Manazir, in which he gives the first correct explanation of vision, showing that light is reflected from an object into the eye. He is said to have ‘invented’ the camera obscura.
BACK: Hadba Minaret, at the Great Nurid Mosque, Mosul, built 1172 A.D by Nurridin Zangi, the then Turkish ruler. The 59m-high minaret leans 8 feet off the perpendicular. That is how it earned its Arabic name Al-Hadba (‘the humped’).
Security Features Include:
- Horsehead Watermark
- Security Thread
- Note Value glows under UV light