Tunisia. Central Bank of Tunisia. 5 Dinars Type 1993. Date of issue: 21-09-1992. Dimensions: 137 x 70 mm. Watermark: General Hannibal. Solid security thread with demetalized "5 DINARS". Printer: unknown. Front and back: polychrome print, predominantly green, yellow and gray. Description of the front: bottom composed of a view of the old Punic port of the ancient city of Carthage. In the foreground, a profile of the Carthaginian general Hannibal wearing a helmet. The labels are printed in Arabic at the top right. At the bottom of the sticker, the signatures of Vice-Governor Abdelmoumen Souayah and Governor Mohamed El Béji Hamda. The value "5" is printed three times. The numbering is repeated in black horizontally on the left and vertically on the right with a prefix "C / 1 to C / 12" and a 7-digit number. Below, the date of issue "93-11-7". Description of the back: texts in French. Four medallions composed of an antelope, an ancient caravel, an oil refinery and a marine mosaic. In the center, a stylized ship with the Tunisian flag and a pink flamingo posed on a number "7", which is often found throughout Ben Ali's presidency ... he was elected on November 7, 1987! The indication on "7" means "Tunisia above all". The value in figures is repeated four times in the corners of the drawing. The specimen is known numbered "C / 6 0000000" and overprinted "SPECIMEN" in red oblique in the center on the front and back and perforated "SPECIMEN" vertically on the watermark.