About #88 - 20 Dinars type 1992
Tunisia. Central Bank of Tunisia. 1992-1997 Commemorative Issues. 20 Dinars Type 1992. Date of issue: 09-11-1992. Dimensions: 153 x 76 mm. Watermark: Portrait of Ettounsi. Solid security thread with demetalized "20 DINARS". Printer: Unknown. Front and back: Polychrome print, mainly red, blue and purple. Description on the front: Background consisting of a view of the Sidi Mehrez mosque in Tunis and the entrance to the Palace of the Chamber of Deputies. In the center, Kheireddine "Pacha" Ettounsi (1822-1890), grand vizier of the regency of Tunis and then of the Ottoman Empire, represented on horseback with his sword in hand. The labels are printed in Arabic at the top center in a title block. On the right side of the drawing, the signatures of Deputy Governor Abdelmoumen Souayah and Governor Mohamed El Béji Hamda. Above the signatures, the date of issue "1992-11-7". The value "20" is printed in green and blue and repeated at two opposite angles. The numbering is printed in black at two opposite angles with a prefix "E / 1 to E / 17" and a 7-digit number. Description of the back: texts in French. Background consisting of a tram, buildings and palm trees with a man carrying on his back one of olive branches. In the center, a dove, the Tunisian flag and the number "7", which is often found throughout the presidency of Ben Ali ... he was elected on November 7, 1987! The indication on "7" means "Tunisia above all" The value "20" is printed in purple and repeated in the corners of the drawing. The specimen is known numbered "E / 1 0000000" and overprinted "SPECIMEN" in red oblique in the center on the front and back and perforated "SPECIMEN" in vertical. This note was issued on the 5th anniversary of the overthrow of the Bourguiba Government. Replacement notes with Prefix ER.