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Convert your leftover withdrawn Iraqi Dinar banknotes to cash using our hassle-free online exchange service. Get paid fast for your unused currency from Iraq.
These withdrawn Iraqi dinar banknotes are no longer a valid means of payment in Iraq. Their value has been mostly wiped out by inflation. We are still able to exchange all old Iraqi Dinar banknotes except those with the image of Saddam Hussein.
If you have any of these old and withdrawn Iraqi Dinar banknotes issued by the Baghdad-based Central Bank of Iraq, we can exchange them to cash. In addition we also exchange current IQD banknotes and Iraqi dinar coins.
Do you have withdrawn Iraqi Dinar banknotes like the ones in the pictures below? Add the amount you want to exchange to your Wallet. You'll see exactly how much money you'll get for your Iraqi Dinars. Click on the Wallet symbol to complete checkout and get paid within 5 days of receiving your currencies.
50 Iraqi dinars banknote (Al Maqal Port)The violet-coloured 50 Iraqi Dinars banknote features Al Maqal Port in Basra. The image on the front side shows a cargo ship at a freight terminal in the harbour. The back side of the old 50 IQD bill shows palm trees and geometrical circular patterns. The text on the back of the 50 dinars bill … ContinuedYou get: £0.013501 IQD = £0.0002700000
25 Iraqi dinars banknote (Abbasid palace)On the Arabic language side of this green-coloured 25 dinars banknote are three Iraqi purebred Arabian horses, galloping. The English language side of the old 25 IQD bill shows The Abbasid Palace in the al-Maiden neighborhood of Baghdad.You get: £0.006751 IQD = £0.0002700000
10 Iraqi dinars banknote (Ibn al-Haytham)The old 10 dinar banknote from Iraq shows the portrait of mathematician, astronomer and physician Hasan Ibn al-Haytham on the Arabic language side. The English language side features the leaning al-Hadba’ Minaret in Mosul, known as “the hunchback”. The minaret was part of the Great Mosque of al-Nuri, destroyed in the battle of Mosul in … ContinuedYou get: £0.002701 IQD = £0.0002700000
5 Iraqi dinars banknote (Al-Ukhaidir Fortress)This banknote of 5 Iraqi dinars shows an aerial view of Al-Ukhaidir Fortress near Karbala on the English language side. The Arabic language side shows the famous Geli Ali Beg Waterfall in Kurdistan, one of the most popular landmarks in Iraq for the low number of visiting tourists.You get: £0.001351 IQD = £0.0002700000
1 Iraqi dinar banknote (Mustansiriyah University)The historical building on the English language side of the One Dinar banknote from Iraq is the Al-Mustansiriyah University in Baghdad. The back side of the blue and green coloured 1 IRQ bill shows an official seal with Arabic writing and curly patterns.You get: £0.000271 IQD = £0.0002700000
1/2 Iraqi dinar banknote (Great Mosque of Samarra)Malwiya Mosque, also known as the Great Mosque of Samarra is pictured on the brown-coloured banknote of half a dinar from Iraq. The 1/2 IQD bill shows the famous mosque with the spiralling Malwiya Tower on the English language side. The Arabic language side shows an astrolabe, used by astronomers and navigators.You get: £0.000141 IQD = £0.0002700000
1/4 Iraqi dinar banknote (Bab al-Wastani)Pictured on the banknote of a quarter Iraqi dinar is the Bab al-Wastani gate of Baghdad, also known as Bab Khorasan. It is the only remaining gate left of the wall surrounding the old city of Baghdad. The Arabic language side of the 1/4 dinars bill shows an oasis of palm trees.You get: £0.000071 IQD = £0.0002700000