The Bahrain Monetary Agency issued Bahraini Dinar banknotes in 8 different denominations, including this Bahrain Currency Board 100 Fils banknote (First Issue). They are part of the withdrawn Bahraini Dinar banknotes series. The Bahrain Monetary Agency started issuing these 0.1 Bahraini Dinar banknotes in 1964. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1973.
The banknote of 100 Fils from the Bahrain Currency Board has a value equivalent of 0.10 dinar. There are 1000 fils in one dinar. The 100 fils note is orange and green coloured and features Bahrain’s coat of arms and palm trees.
Do you have a Bahrain Currency Board 100 Fils banknote (First Issue)? Here's how to exchange it for cash:
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