current Jordanian Dinar banknotes
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Convert your leftover current Jordanian Dinar banknotes to cash using our hassle-free online exchange service. Get paid fast for your unused currency from Jordan.
These banknotes from 1 dinar to 50 dinars are currently in use as a means of payment in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. All banknotes bear the image of the King of Jordan, current or past, and an important building in Jordan. The front side of these dinar banknotes is in Arabic language; The back side is in English.
In addition to current Jordanian dinar banknotes we also exchange Jordanian dinar coins and old, withdrawn Jordanian dinar banknotes.
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1 Jordanian Dinar banknote (Great Arab Revolt)The green-coloured banknote of one Jordanian dinar features the Hashemite leader of the Great Arab Revolt, King Hussein Ibn Ali. On the back side of the 1 JOD bill are three riders on horses with the flag of the Arab Revolt.You get: £0.881101 JOD = £0.8811000000
5 Jordanian Dinars banknote (Ma’an Palace)The building on the orange coloured banknote of 5 Jordanian dinars is Ma’an Palace. It doesn’t look like a palace because it used to be a railway building at Ma’an station at first, until King Abdullah I bin Hussein of Jordan used it when the first government was being formed in the new Hashemite Kingdom … ContinuedYou get: £4.405501 JOD = £0.8811000000
10 Jordanian Dinars banknote (First Parliament)The blue-coloured banknote of ten Jordanian dinars is dedicated to Jordan’s first parliament: In 1946 the Transjordanian parliament proclaimed Emir Abdullah King and officially changed the country’s name from the Emirate of Transjordan to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. On the back side of the 10 JOD bill is the UNESCO world heritage archeological site … ContinuedYou get: £8.811001 JOD = £0.8811000000
20 Jordanian Dinars banknote (Dome of the Rock Jerusalem)The 20 dinars banknote from Jordan features two buildings that are located outside of Jordan: The mosque with minnarets on the front is the Mosque of Omar in Jerusalem, Israel. On the back side of the 20 JOD bill is a picture of the Dome of the Rock, the holy Islamic shrine on the Temple … ContinuedYou get: £17.622001 JOD = £0.8811000000
50 Jordanian Dinars banknote (Raghadan Palace)On the banknote of 50 Jordanian dinars is the current King of Jordan, King Abdullah II. The building on the back side of the 50 JOD bill is Raghadan Palace, part of the Al-Masquar Royal Court compound in Amman.You get: £44.055001 JOD = £0.8811000000