About #93 - 20 Dinars type 2011
Tunisia. Central Bank of Tunisia. 2011 Issues. 20 Dinars Type 2011. Date of issue: 20-10-2011. Dimensions: 153 x 73 mm. Watermark: Olive tree and Electrotype 20. Windowed security thread with demetalized "20 DINARS BCT". Printer: Oberthur Technologies, France. Front and back: Polychrome print, mainly red, blue and orange. Description of the front: Security background composed of geometric shapes, arabesques and scrolls with a view of the fortified Ksar of Oued Soltane from Tataouine. 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 in the center at the top. On the right side, thesignatures of Deputy Governor Brahim Saada and Governor Mustapha Kamel Nabli. The value "20" is printed in olive-green and orange-red and repeated at two opposite angles. The numbering is printed in black at two opposite angles with a prefix "E / 1 to E / 24" and a 7-digit number. Below, the date of issue "2011-3-20". Description of the back: Texts in French. View of the Sadiki College in Tunis. The number value is repeated three times. Holographic stripe. 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.