10 Jordanian Dinars banknote (First Parliament)
The Central Bank of Jordan issued Jordanian Dinar banknotes in 6 different denominations, including this 10 Jordanian Dinars banknote (First Parliament). They are part of the current Jordanian Dinar banknotes series. The Central Bank of Jordan started issuing these 10 Jordanian Dinar banknotes in 2002. They are currently still in circulation.
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 of Petra in Jordan.
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1 JOD = £0.8082600000
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