50 Dirhams banknote UAE Currency Board (1973)
The Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates issued UAE Dirham banknotes in 7 different denominations,
including this 50 Dirhams banknote UAE Currency Board (1973). They are part of the withdrawn UAE Dirham banknotes series. The Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates started issuing
these 50 UAE Dirham banknotes in 1973. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1981.
The fifty dirhams note from the UAE shows the Amir’s palace at Ajman on one side. Like other notes in this series, on the other side it has a composite image featuring a map, four camels, a dhow sailing boat, palm tree and oil tower. The watermark is a falcon that represents the Hawk of Quraish, the emblem of the United Arab Emirates.
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