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Iraq 25000 Dinars 2010 (1431)

Item Code: IQ-96e

Obverse: Kurdish peasant woman holding a sheaf of wheat and a sickle. Man tilling the soil with a tractor. Gold Dinar coin. Reverse: Fragment of the top of the stele "fingernail" of Hammurabi as part of the Code of King Hammurabi: King Hammurabi receiving the code of laws from Shamash, the god of the Sun, who was also the God of Justice. Hammurabi was the ruler, who turned Babylon into a powerful, and eternal, city. The head of the Snake Dragon of Marduk from Ishtar Gate. The Lion of Babylon attacking a man (carved in basalt) the symbol of the goddess Ishtar. Aurochs on glazed brick from the Ishtar Gate, Babylon. Watermark: Head of a purebred Arabian horse. Artist: Unknown. Engraver: Unknown. Main colour: Red. Signature: Dr. Sinan Al Shabibi (Governor, September 2003 - October 2012). Issuer: Central Bank of Iraq. Date of First Issue: 2003. Withdrawn: N/a. Legal tender: Yes. Material: Cotton paper. Printer: Thomas De La Rue & Co. Ltd.

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Dimensions: 177 x 78 mm

Texts: Central Bank of Iraq. Twenty Five Thousand Dinars.

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