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23 Mar 2023

1979 Afghanistan 50 Afghanis Banknote

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The currency of Afghanistan is known as the Afghani which held its first issuance period in 1925 onwards. This beautifully decorated note distributed by the "Da Afghanistan Bank" was launched in 1979 or according to the Iranian calendar in 1358. It shows an image of a very ancient coin, an Eucratides piece, on its obverse, together with various features. The reverse brought an image of a central palace in the capital Kabul.

The official worldwide banking code for the Afghanis is AFA. The economy of this country is facing downgrading of its currency and its internal support comes mainly from a war ridden agricultural standard.
A magnificent nation, ridden by many ordeals, is struggling towards its future.

In my own words.

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Comments

Mike

Level 7

What is the difference between this bill and the one you put up on Dec13? This is not the first time. What is the difference besides one is a 20 and one is a 50? And kindly leave this up. I want to know that's how you learn.

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Level 6

Mike, denominations are different. They are part of my international collection. Thanks for your participations.

Longstrider

Level 6

There is NO part of this nation that is magnificent. Look again.

AC Coin$🌎

Level 6

I respect your opinion my friend. It is a beautiful country. Thanks.

Speeding Arrow

Level 4

I might have a coin from Afghanistan or it could be another Arabic country.

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Level 6

Bring it up here!!! I am sure it has its wonders.

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