Banknotes from Jordan

The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is situated in the Middle East, east of Israel/Palestine, south of Syria, west of Iraq, and northwest of Saudi Arabia. In 1922, the country was established by the British as the subservient Emirate of Transjordan, filling an awkward space on the map as drawn by the competing British and French Empires. In 1946, the British, having started to downsize their vast empire, granted Transjordan full sovereignty. In 1949, the country changed its name and became the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
Wikidata: Q810

See also: Nabataean Kingdom, Kingdom of Jerusalem

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Dinar (1949-date)

1000 Fils = 100 Qirsh = 10 Dirham = 1 Dinar

500 Fils
(1949)

Standard banknote
P# 1
1 Dinar
(1949)

Standard banknote
P# 2
5 Dinars
(1949)

Standard banknote
P# 3
10 Dinars
(1949)

Standard banknote
P# 4
50 Dinars
(1949)

Standard banknote
P# 5
Available for swap 500 Fils
(1952)

Standard banknote
P# 5A
1 Dinar
(1952)

Standard banknote
P# 6
5 Dinars
(1952)

Standard banknote
P# 7
10 Dinars
(1952)

Standard banknote
P# 8
500 Fils
(1965)

Standard banknote
140 × 70 mm
P# 9
1 Dinar
(1965)

Standard banknote
150 × 75 mm
P# 10, P# 14
5 Dinars
(1965)

Standard banknote
164 × 82 mm
P# 11, P# 15
10 Dinars
(1965)

Standard banknote
175 × 88 mm
P# 12, P# 16
1/2 Dinar

Standard banknote
140 × 70 mm
P# 13
1/2 Dinar
(1975-1992)

136 × 67 mm
P# 17
1 Dinar
(1975-1992)

Standard banknote
P# 18
5 Dinars
(1975-1992)

Standard banknote
153 × 76 mm
P# 19
10 Dinars
(1975-1992)

Standard banknote
160 × 80 mm
P# 20
20 Dinars
1977-1988

Standard banknote
168 × 84 mm
P# 21
20 Dinar
(1977-1992)

Standard banknote
84 × 168 mm
P# 22

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