Pictures and descriptions of Jordan banknotes
Jordanian banknotes are issued by the Central Bank of Jordan and feature Jordanian kings.
We are currently using the fourth issue of Jordan currency that includes the following banknotes:
1 Jordanian Dinar
The 1 JD note features the late Sharif Hussein bin Ali (1853-1931) on one side and a picture of the Great Arab Revolt (1916) on the other.
Real dimensions: 133 mm x 74 mm
5 Jordanian Dinar
The 5 JD note features the late King Abdullah I. (1882-1951) on one side and a picture of the Ma'an Palace on the other.
Real dimensions: 137 mm x 74 mm
10 Jordanian Dinar
The 10 JD note features the late King Talal (1909-1972) on one side while the back side commemorates the First Parliament in Jordan.
Real dimensions: 141 mm x 74 mm
20 Jordanian Dinar
The 10 JD note features the late King Hussein (1935-1999) on one side and the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem on the back side.
Real dimensions: 145 mm x 74 mm
50 Jordanian Dinar
The 50 JD note features the His Majesty King Abdullah II. on one side and the Raghadan Palace on the back side.
Real dimensions: 149 mm x 74 mm
Security Features on the Jordanian Banknotes
Jordan banknotes have the following security features:
For more detailed information about the security features of Jordan currency please visit the Central Bank of Jordan website.
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