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Banknotes from Iraq

Iraq is a country in the Levant in the Middle East bordering Syria, Turkey, Iran, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Jordan. The 36 million population is of Arab, Kurdish and Turkmen ethnicity.
Wikidata: Q796

See also: Ottoman Empire, Mesopotamia

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Dinar (1931-date)

50 Fils = 1 Dirham • 200 Fils = 1 Riyal • 1000 Fils = 1 Dinar

¼ Dinar
1931-1932

Standard banknote
P# 1
¼ Dinar
(1935)

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P# 7
¼ Dinar
(1941)

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P# 13
¼ Dinar
(1942)

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P# 16
¼ Dinar
(1945)

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P# 22
¼ Dinar
(1950)

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P# 27
¼ Dinar
(1953)

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P# 32
1/4 Dinar
(1955)

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P# 37
1/4 Dinar
(1959)

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P# 42
1/4 Dinar
(1959)

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P# 46
¼ Dinar
1959

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128 × 65 mm
P# 51
1/4 Dinar
(1971)

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P# 56
1/4 Dinar
(1973)

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P# 61
Available for swap ¼ Dinar
1399 (1979)

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118 × 66 mm
P# 67
Available for swap ¼ Dinar
1993

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117 × 66 mm
P# 77
½ Dinar
1931-1932

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P# 2
½ Dinar
(1935)

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P# 8
½ Dinar
(1941)

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P# 14
½ Dinar
(1942)

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P# 17
50 Fils
(1944)

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P# A22

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