After the Gulf War in , due to UN sanctions , the previously used Swiss printing method was no longer available so new, inferior quality, notes were produced. The previously produced notes became known as the Swiss dinar and continued to circulate in the Kurdish region of Iraq. Due to sanctions placed on Iraq by the United States and the international community along with excessive government printing, the new dinar notes devalued quickly. After Saddam Hussein was deposed in the invasion of Iraq , the Iraqi Governing Council and the Office for Reconstruction and Humanitarian Assistance began printing more Saddam dinar notes as a stopgap measure to maintain the money supply until new currency could be introduced. Between 15 October and 15 January , the Coalition Provisional Authority issued new Iraqi dinar coins and notes, with the notes printed by the British security printing firm De La Rue using modern anti-forgery techniques to "create a single unified currency that is used throughout all of Iraq and will also make money more convenient to use in people's everyday lives".
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The associated legends for each emperor and each type. Except for those with mention. When you discuss with collectors you will speak of "legend" which is also called "titulature" to describe the words and abbreviations inscribed on the currency. We will speak of the "field" of the currency designating the smooth and unregistered part. The grenetis refers to the small dots around the coin see photo. The bust obviously indicates the portrait and implies the description of the clothes, crowns, jewels and items. If anyone asks you what is the bust of the coin, he does not wait for you to give the name of the emperor, but: the crown, the cloth
Coinage of India
It used to be divided into piastres or qirsh but because of high inflation during the Lebanese Civil War the use of subdivisions was discontinued. The number determines which plural form is used. All of Lebanon's coins and banknotes are bilingual in Arabic and French. Since December , the exchange rate has been fixed at 1,
Oriental coins, which come from the countries on the Asian continent, are not always easy to identify due to the lettering system, age of coins or even odd shapes. Fortunately, there are ways to identify the coins and find out some basic information about the coins. It is important to note that some Oriental charms look like coins, but they are not currency. Look for English lettering or numbers on the coins.