withdrawn Qatari Riyal banknotes
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Convert your leftover withdrawn Qatari Riyal banknotes to cash using our hassle-free online exchange service. Get paid fast for your unused currency from Qatar.
Introduced in 2003 by the Qatar Central Bank, the Qatari Riyal banknotes of the Fourth Issue were replaced in 2020 by newer banknotes of the Fifth Issue. The older style banknotes of the Fourth Issue have ceased to be legal tender in Qatar.
If you are stuck with the old Qatari Riyal banknotes from the Fourth Issue, you can convert them free of charge using our online exchange service. In addition we also exchange current Qatari Riyal banknotes, as well as older series demonetized Qatari Riyal banknotes. We also exchange Qatari Riyal dirham coins.
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1 Qatari Riyal banknote (Fourth Issue)The one Qatari Riyal banknote from features three birds of bird species native to Qatar. On the Arabic numeral side is the coat of arms of Qatar with two crossed swords, a dhow boat and palm trees.You get: £0.105521 QAR = £0.1055200000
5 Qatari Riyals banknote (Fourth Issue)This green-colored banknote of Five Riyals from the 4th issue features the National Museum of Qatar in Doha and Qatari fauna: a camel and four Arabian oryxes. The Qataria coat of arms is pictured twice on the side with Arabic lettering.You get: £0.527601 QAR = £0.1055200000
10 Qatari Riyals banknote (Fourth Issue)The banknote of ten Qatari Riyals has an image of a traditional Arabian sailing boat ‘dhow’ and the sand dunes at Khor Al Udaid beach. The orange coloured QR10 note has the coat of arms of Qatar shown included twice on the side with the Arabic lettering.You get: £1.055201 QAR = £0.1055200000
50 Qatari Riyals banknote (Fourth Issue with holographic security thread)Qatar’s 50 riyals banknote has an image of he Central Bank building and the Pearl Oyster monument in Doha on the English language side. The Arabic language side features dhow boats and the Qatari coat of arms. The QR50 bill from the Fourth Issue has a holographic security thread as one of its security features.You get: £5.276001 QAR = £0.1055200000
100 Qatari Riyals banknote (Fourth Issue with transparent window)The 100 Qatari Riyals banknote from the 4th series can be recognised by its transparent foil window on which is printed the coat of arms of Qatar, featuring palm trees, crossed swords and a dhow boat. On the back side of the QR100 bill is an image of Al Shaqab equestrian centre, known for the … ContinuedYou get: £10.552001 QAR = £0.1055200000
500 Qatari Riyals banknote (Fourth Issue with transparent window)The blue-grey coloured QR500 bill from the fourth series shows a falcon’s head and Qatar Royal Palace in Doha. The 4th issue added a number of improved security features to the banknotes, such as the see-through foil window on which Qatar’s coat of arms is printed.You get: £52.760001 QAR = £0.1055200000