Iran 5 Rials note 1938 Reza Shah Pahlavi

Iran money 5 Rials note 1938 Reza Shah Pahlavi
Third series of 5 Rials banknote of Reza Shah era
5 Rials banknote 1938 Tomb of Daniel at Susa
Iran paper money 5 Rials
Banknotes of Iran: Third series of 5 Rials banknote of Reza Shah Pahlavi era 1938 - AH 1317 "Shah Reza Without Cap" Issue, Bank Melli Iran - National Bank of Iran.

Obverse: Reza Shah Pahlavi without cap in military uniform, all the scripts on the obverse are in Farsi.
Reverse: Tomb of Daniel at Susa, Iran.
Signatures: Abdolhossein Hajir as the inspector of the government in the National bank of Iran on the left side and Rezagholi Amir Khosravi as the General director of the national bank on the right side.

Iran Banknotes
Bank Melli Iran - National Bank of Iran - Banque Mellié Iran
 "Shah Reza Without Cap" SH 1317 - 1938 Issue

Banknotes of the third series were first published in March 1936. Unlike the previous series, date of publication were printed on the front side of the banknote and the portrait of Shah Reza Pahlavi was without his cap. On the large denominations of banknotes of the third series, the equality of the banknote with Pahlavi gold coins were mentioned.

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Prophet Daniel

Daniel (Hebrew: דָּנִיֵּאל, Modern Daniyyel Tiberian Dāniyyêl ; Greek: Δανιήλ; Arabic: دانيال, Hebrew "God is my Judge") is the protagonist in the Book of Daniel of the Hebrew Bible. In the narrative, Daniel was one of several children taken into Babylonian captivity where they were educated in Chaldean thought. However, he never converted to Neo-Babylonian ways. Through instruction from "the God of Heaven" (Dan.2:18), he interpreted dreams and visions of kings, thus becoming a prominent figure in the court of Babylon. He also had apocalyptic visions concerning the four monarchies. Some of the most famous events in Daniel's life are: Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, the writing on the wall and Daniel in the lions' den.