About #98 - 10 Dinars Type 2020
Tunisia. Central Bank of Tunisia. 2020 Issues. 10 Dinars Type 2020. Date of issue: 20-3-2020. Dimensions: 148 x 73 mm. Watermark: Located on the right of the note, it represents the portrait of "Tawhida Ben Cheikh" and below on the right, the number "10" and which clearly appear when looking at the note through the light. Security thread with windows "RAPID®": Three-dimensional wire 4.5 mm wide, placed to the right of the portrait of "Tawhida Ben Cheikh" parallel to the width of the note, appears discontinuously. Front and back: Polychrome print, mainly blue and green. Description of the front: Intaglio print: Portrait of Doctor "Tawhida Ben Cheikh" (1909-2010); Above, the following text: "Central Bank of Tunisia" in Arabic and below the value of the note in full in Arabic; In the middle, to the left of the main portrait, the value of the banknote in figures "10" is shown in large format and below, the date of issue "20-3-2020"; Below, on the lower right and left edges, two horizontal lines for the visually impaired are easily recognizable by touch; Below, on the right, the signatures of the Governor of the Bank, Marouane Abassi and the Deputy Governor, Nadia Gamha (first woman to hold the prestigious and delicate post of Vice-Governor of the Central Bank of Tunisia). Offset printing: Floral patterns and arabesque elements appear on the background of the banknote in stylized form. The value of the note in figures "10" is shown in the upper right corner. Post-printing varnishing: A layer of varnish protects the two sides of the note against dirt and grease. The serial and serial numbers of the note are seven digits long and appear at the bottom right and top left. Description of the back: at the top, the following text in French: "Banque Centrale de Tunisie". In the center, a view of pottery objects and Berber jewelry. Floral patterns and arabesque elements are stylized on the background of the note. At the top right, the expression "10 Dinars" and at the top left, the number "10". Bottom left, the number "10" and the face value of the banknote in French. The specimen is known numbered "D / 1 0000000" and overprinted "SPECIMEN" in red oblique in the center on the front and back.