1 Egyptian Pound banknote (King Farouk)
The Central Bank of Egypt issued Egyptian Pound banknotes in 9 different denominations,
including this 1 Egyptian Pound banknote (King Farouk). They are part of the withdrawn Egyptian Pound banknotes series. The Central Bank of Egypt started issuing
these 1 Egyptian Pound banknotes in 1951. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1970.
This one egyptian pound note has the image of King Farouk of Egypt and a temple. Printed on the £1 EGP banknote is the text ‘national bank of Egypt’.
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1 EGP = £0.01281
You get: £0.01
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