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How to Check Your Dinars for Authenticity

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1How to Check Your Dinars for Authenticity Empty How to Check Your Dinars for Authenticity on Wed May 19, 2010 5:48 am


These are the security features on the 25,000 and 10,000 Iraqi dinar. Click the image below for an enlarged version.

How to Check Your Dinars for Authenticity Iraqi_dinar_security_features_sm

1. Horse head watermark:
This is one of the easiest security features to check for. Hold the Iraqi dinar up to a bright light source and the image of a horse head should clearly appear. This pattern is embedded, not printed, into the paper.

2. Color changing symbol: In the bottom left hand corner, the eight sided symbol should change color from purple to green when viewed at different angles.

3. Ultraviolet writing: To check for the ultraviolet writing on the Iraqi Dinar, you will need a UV lamp (as commonly found in hardware stores). In a dimly lit area, hold the UVA lamp over the Iraqi dinar. You should clearly see a UV box with writing inside on the back side of the dinar.

4. Metallic ink (25,000 dinar note only): The image of a dove (looks like a mustache) is printed in metallic ink on the top left hand corner of the back of the dinar.

5. Security thread: There should be a metallic security thread embedded into the stock of the Iraqi dinar paper. Note: the security thread is metallic only on the 25,000 dinar note.

6. Raised Ink Texture: One of the simplest ways to identify an authentic IQD is to take the bill between your fingers (we recommend upper right and lower left corners with the numbers facing you that’s the front) and search for “texture” … a color copy will have none. Raised ink on a bill is a special ink and process that generally requires heat to activate (an extra step in the printing process that many counterfeiters will be unable to duplicate).

7. Unique serial number: Every dinar is uniquely numbered in East-Arabic script. See the conversion below to western numerals. Notice the similarities between the 2 and 3 numerals.

Numeral conversion:
How to Check Your Dinars for Authenticity Arabic_numerals


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