Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Morocco Issues New 50 Dirham Commemorative Note

By Nutmegcollector
October 6, 2009

Morocco is expected to issue a 50-dirham note next week to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the central bank. This will be the first commemorative banknote issued in Morocco

Front shows portraits of kings Mohammed VI, Hassan II and Mohammed V. The kings also appear on a holographic stripe. The crown on top left corner was printed with ink that changes color depending on the angle of view.

The back depicts the Bank Al-Maghrib building in Rabat.









Info courtesy of cleo phas.

3 comments:

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Schweitzer Lena said...

Take a short stroll down to the exciting Sidi Moussa. Testing this city's places of interest will surely keep you active for a little while. Sidi Moussa is an experience had better be walked around foregoing absconding from Rabat by far.

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