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Convert your leftover current Qatari Riyal banknotes to cash using our hassle-free online exchange service. Get paid fast for your unused currency from Qatar.
In 2020, the Qatar Central Bank issued the banknotes of the Fifth Series. These banknotes are the current legal tender banknotes in Qatar. They feature Qatari culture, business and architecture. The banknote of 10 Qatari Riyals showcases the Lusail National Stadium, where the 2020 FIFA World Cup final will be held.
Following the June 2017 crisis, in which a number of high profile Middle East countries cut of their diplomatic ties with Qatar, it has become more difficult to buy and sell Qatari Riyal banknotes abroad. At Leftover Currency we continue to exchange current Qatari Riyal banknotes for cash.
In addition to current Qatari Riyal banknotes, we also exchange Qatari Riyal coins, withdrawn Qatari Riyal banknotes from the Fourth Series, withdrawn Qatari Riyal 100 and 500 bills without a transparent window, as well as old, demonetized Qatari Riyal banknotes from older series.
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1 Qatari Riyal banknote (Fifth Issue)The Fifth Series 1 Qatari Riyal banknote features the Pearl Monument in Doha and a traditional Arab sailing vessel, the Dhow. On the side with Arab lettering an Islamic architecture ornate door. The green-coloured QR1 bill is the lowest value banknote in use in the State of Qatar.You get: £0.172971 QAR = £0.1729700000
5 Qatari Riyals banknote (Fifth Issue)Qatar’s 5 Riyals banknote of the Fifth Series shows a desert scene with Arab horses, oryxes and a camel. In the background is a goat hair tent of the nomads. The Arab language side of the banknote shows a Qatari flag and an ornate door in traditional Islamic design.You get: £0.864851 QAR = £0.1729700000
10 Qatari Riyals banknote (Fifth Issue)The blue-coloured banknote of 10 Qatari Riyals of the Fifth Series showcases examples of modern Qatari architecture. In the front is Lusail Iconic Stadium, where the 2022 FIFA World Cup final will be held. Also featured are Aspire Tower, also known as The Torch Doha, and Sidra Medicine hospital in Doha.You get: £1.729701 QAR = £0.1729700000
50 Qatari Riyals banknote (Fifth Issue)The Fifth Series banknote of 50 Qatari Riyals features the headquarters of the Qatar Central Bank in Doha. Also featured is the Doha-based headquarters of the Ministry of Finance, responsible for handling Qatar’s public finances. The Arab language side of the QR50 bill shows a traditional Islamic architecture ornate door, the flag of Qatar and … ContinuedYou get: £8.648501 QAR = £0.1729700000
100 Qatari Riyals banknote (Fifth Issue)This banknote of 100 Qatari Riyals from the Fifth Series features Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha, also called the Qatar State Mosque. It is the national mosque of Qatar, named after the Sunni Muslim preacher Shaykh Muḥammad ibn ʿAbd al-Wahhāb at-Tamīmī. The design of the mosque features 90 domes and one minaret.You get: £17.297001 QAR = £0.1729700000
200 Qatari Riyals banknote (Fifth Issue)The 200 Riyals banknote was introduced in 2020 as a new denomination of the Qatari Riyal. The brown, sand and orange coloured design features three buildings based in Doha: the Old Amiri Palace, the National Museum of Qatar and the Museum of Islamic Art.You get: £34.594001 QAR = £0.1729700000
500 Qatari Riyals banknote (Fifth Issue)Qatar’s highest value banknote is the 500 Qatari Riyals bill. The 5th Series QR500 note shows a liquefied natural gas (LNG) refinery, Ras Laffan LNG, and a gas carrier ship at the Port of Ras Laffan.You get: £86.485001 QAR = £0.1729700000