Saudi Arabia 1 Riyal Note 1956 Haj Pilgrim Receipt

Saudi Arabia banknotes Riyal Note 1956 Haj Pilgrim Receipt
Pilgrims Receipt, One-Riyal Denomination. 1375 G.H:  Second issue during the reign printed of King Saud.
Saudi Arabia money currency One Riyal

Saudi Arabia banknotes 1 Riyal note Pilgrims Receipts AH1375 (1956) 
 Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency, P-2.

Obverse: A rectangle including the name of "the Monetary Agency" and the security thread. In the middle appears a picture of the Khuzam Palace gate, the value of the receipt in Arabic, Malawi, Urdu, Persian, Turkish and English and the signatures of the Governor and Chairman of the Board of Directors.

Reverse: A rectangle with the value of the receipt in figures in its corners containing within an undertaking in the Arabic, Turkish, Malawi, Urdu and Persian Languages. At the bottom is the Kingdom's emblem.

Size of the Note: 127 × 72 mm. Main Color of the Note: Green

Saudi Arabia banknotes
Pilgrims' Receipts AH 1372-1375 (1953-1956)

The first Pilgrims' Receipt, a ten-riyal denomination, was issued on 18.1 1.1372 A.H. (A.D.) It was reprinted in another form and put into circulation on 15.9.1372 A.H. (17.5.19. The five-riyal-denomination was added on 16.10.1373 A.H. (14.6.1954 A.D.) and the one riyal denomination on 13.1 1 .I375 A.H. (21.6.1956 A.D.). All of them were withdrawn from circulation on 30.9.1384 A.H. (1.2.1965 A.D.).

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