1/2 Iraqi dinar banknote (Great Mosque of Samarra)
The Central Bank of Iraq issued Iraqi Dinar banknotes in 8 different denominations, including this 1/2 Iraqi dinar banknote (Great Mosque of Samarra). They are part of the withdrawn Iraqi Dinar banknotes series. The Central Bank of Iraq started issuing these 0.5 Iraqi Dinar banknotes in 1980. They were withdrawn from circulation in 2003.
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.
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1 IQD = £0.0002400000
You get: £0.00012
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