500 Saudi Riyals banknote 2003

Saudi Arabia banknotes 500 Saudi Riyals note 2003 King Abdul-Aziz
Five Hundred Riyals Note: Fourth issue, printed during the reign of King Fahd.
Saudi Arabia money currency 500 Saudi Riyals banknote 2003 Holy Mosque at Mecca
Saudi Arabia banknotes 500 Riyals, AH 1423-24 (2003-04) 
Saudi Arabian Monetray Agency. P-30

Obverse : Contains a portrait of King Abdul-Aziz, near the middle, with the words "Five Hundred Riyals" below it. To the right, appear the serial number, and date of the Royal Decree, and the name of King Fahd. Below that is the water mark, which has the signature of the Minister of Finance at the bottom. To the left, is the metal layer and a view of  the Holy Ka'ba. Above that is the name of SAMA, and at the bottom are the serial number and the signature of the Governor of SAMA.
Reverse: Contains a view of the Holy Mosque at Mecca. Above it is the name of SAMA in English, and under it is the value of the note. At the bottom right is the Kingdom's emblem. On the left side of the note is the water mark.
Size: 166 × 74 mm.  Color: Dark Purple.

Saudi Arabia banknotes - Saudi Arabia paper money
L. AH1379 - ND (1983-2003) Issue

The 4th Issue of Saudi Banknotes was put in circulation on 1/4/1404 H. (corresponding to 4/1/1984G.), during the Reign of The Custodian of The Two holy Mosques, King Fahad Bin Abdulaziz. This issue is unique for it added the denomination of the Five Hundred Saudi Riyals banknote to the then existing One Hundred, Fifty, Ten, Five and One Saudi Riyal banknotes. This also indicated a positive response to the evolving expansion in monetary dealings brought about by progressive economic developments in the Kingdom.

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