Saudi Arabia 100 Riyal Note 1961

Saudi Arabia banknotes 100 Riyal note 1961
One Hundred Riyals Note: First Issue, circulated during the reign of King Saud.
Saudi Arabia money currency One Hundred Riyals Note
Saudi Arabia banknotes 100 Riyals note, AH1379 (1961) Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency. P-10a.

Obverse: A rectangle showing the gate of al-Nasiriya Palace in the middle, and Cabinet Office Building, to the left. On the right side appears a view representing the Royal Technical Institute, the water mark and the security thread. At the top appears the name of SAMA and the number and date of the Royal Decree by virtue of which the note was issued. On the left side appears the Agency's undertaking to pay the value of the note, and in the middle and the four comers the value of the note are given. in numbers. At the bottom of the note the value is given in words. On this side of the note, we see the serial number and the signatures of the Minister of Finance and the Governor.
Reverse: Divided into three parts: the middle, with the Kingdom's emblem inside a pointed arch and the name of the King, and the right and left, which contain two minarets of the Madina Holy Mosque, as well as the value of the note and the name of SAMA in English
Size: 176 × 86 mm.  Color:  Red.

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L. AH1379 - ND (1961) Issue

By the Regulations for Currency, stipulated under the Royal Decree No. (6), dated (1/71379 H.), the First Issue of Saudi banknotes was put in circulation on (1/1/1381H.) corresponding to (14/6/1961G), during the Reign of King Saud Bin Abdulaziz. This 1st Issue included the One Hundred, the Fifty, the Ten, the Five and the One Saudi Riyal denominations. This issue was withdrawn from circulation on (1/5/1391H.) corresponding to (24/6/1971G.).

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