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Morocco 200 Dirhams 1433 = 2012

Item Code: MA-77

Front: Portrait of King Mohammed VI (Born 1963). Architectural detail inspired from Moroccan doors. The Royal Crown. Coat of arms.
Back: Container cargo ship at Tanger-Med Port near Tangier, Morocco. Gantry cranes. Lighthouse at Cape Spartel near Tangier. Ornament
inspired from Moroccan carpets. Watermark: King Mohammed VI; Electrotype "200"
. Security features: Consecutively running serial
number on the reverse of the banknote. The Royal Crown is printed with colour-shifting ink depending on the viewing angle. Raised printed
intaglio motif with tactile marks allowing the visually impaired to recognize the banknote. Microprinting. Filament fibers (hairs), parts of the
design and the security thread (on the obverse only) fluoresce under ultraviolet light. Predominant colour: Blue. Artist: Unknown.
Signatures: Khalid Safir (Government Representative); Abdellatif Jouahri (Governor, 2003-). Security thread: Segmented, embedded
double-colour changing thread, bearing the words "Bank Al-Maghrib" in Arabic and the value "200", 4 mm wide. Printing method: Intaglio
(raised print). Issuer: Bank Al-Maghrib - Central Bank of Morocco. Date of Printing: 2012. Date of Issue: 19 December 2013. Withdrawal:
N/a. Lapse: N/a. Legal tender: Yes. Total issue: Unknown.
Material: Cotton. Printer: Dar As-Sikkah (DAS), Moroccan State Printing Works.

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Dimensions: 152 x 70 mm

Texts: Bank Al-Maghrib. Miayatay Dirham. Two Hundred Dirhams. Cap Spartel. Le Phare de Tanger. Maroc. Marruecos.

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