100 UAE Dirhams banknote

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100 UAE Dirhams banknote

The Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates issued in Buy Counterfeit Emirati Dirham Online 9 different denominations, including this 100 UAE Dirhams banknote. They are part of the current UAE Dirham banknotes series. The Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates started issuing these 100 UAE Dirham banknotes in 1995. They are currently still in circulation.

This one hundred dirhams banknote has an image of Al Fahidie Fort in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The words ‘United Arab Emirates Central Bank’ is printed on the note.

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Buy Fake Undetectable UAE Dirham Online. We have the best high quality grade A counterfeit bank notes from the UAE. You can use it for all activities. The United Arab Emirates dirham, also known as simply the Emirati dirham, is the currency of the United Arab Emirates. The term dirham is officially abbreviated “AED”, while unofficial abbreviations include “DH” or “Dhs.”. The dirham is subdivided into 100 fils

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On 20 May 1973, the U.A.E. Currency Board introduced notes in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 50, and 100 dirhams; a 1000 dirham note was issued on 3 January 1976.

The second series of notes was introduced in 1982 which omitted the 1 and 1000 dirham notes. 500 dirham notes were introduced in 1983, followed by 200 dirhams in 1989. 1000 dirham notes were reintroduced in 2000.

Banknotes are currently available in denominations of 5 (brown), 10 (green), 20 (light blue), 50 (purple), 100 (pink), 200 (green/brown), 500 (navy blue) and 1000 (greenish blue) dirhams.

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The obverse texts are written in Arabic with numbers in Eastern Arabic numerals; the reverse texts are in English with numbers in Arabic numerals. Yellow/Brown to replace the older Green/Brown.

The United Arab Emirates Central Bank has released a new 50 dirham note. The security thread is a 3-mm wide, color-shifting windowed security thread with demetalized UAE 50, and it bears the new coat of arms.

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