Banknotes from Iran

Iran is a country in south western Asia at the Persian Gulf east of Iraq and west of Pakistan. It was known as Persia until the 1930's. Iran has a population of 78 million.
Wikidata: Q794

See also: Parthian Empire, Sasanian Empire, Achaemenid Empire

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Second Rial (1932-date)

100 Dinars = 1 Rial

Available for swap 10 Rials (Mohammad Rezā Pahlavī)
1330-1332 (621-1953)

Standard banknote
130 × 68 mm
P# 54, P# 59
Available for swap 20 Rials (1969 "dark panel" issue)
1348 (621-1969)

Standard banknote
136 × 69 mm
P# 84
Available for swap 200 Rials (Imam Reza shrine)
(621-1359)

Standard banknote
148 × 73 mm
P# 127
Available for swap 500 Rials (Mohammad Rezā Pahlavī)
(621-1355)

Standard banknote
154 × 75 mm
P# 104
Available for swap 5 000 Rials (Mohammad Rezā Pahlavī)
(621-1357)

Standard banknote
166 × 79 mm
P# 106
5 000 Rials (Imam Reza shrine)
(621-1359)

Standard banknote
166 × 79 mm
P# 130
5,000 Rials (Islamic Revolution)
(621-1362)

Standard banknote
154 × 75 mm
P# 133, P# 139
Available for swap 10 000 Rials (Imam Reza shrine)
(621-1359)

Standard banknote
172 × 80 mm
P# 131
Available for swap 50,000 Rials (Tehran University)
1394 (621-2015)

Commemorative note : Ruhollah Khomeini – 80th Anniversary of University of Teheran
166 × 79 mm
P# 155

Qiran (1825-1932)

1 Tomans (Nasr-ed-Din shah)
(1924-1932)

Standard banknote
155 × 89 mm
P# 11
10 Tomans (Nasr-ed-Din shah)
(1924-1932)

Standard banknote
181 × 104 mm
P# 14

Second Rial (1932-date)

100 Dinars = 1 Rial

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