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1 Toomaan banknote of Qajar era.

 

1 Toomaan banknote

From the first series

     Top: Obverse. The portrait of Nasser al-din shah is on the right and national emblem of the Lion & sun with the Kiani crown is on the left. Regarding the hand-stamp, the banknote is valuable in Tehran only

Bottom :  Reverse of the note with the english scripts.Note that in the early issues of the banknotes, watermark was not used. Unlike major denominations of the same issue, the emblem of the Lion & Sun was not printed on the reverse.


 

50 Toomaans banknote

From the first series

     Top: Obverse. The portrait of Nasser al-din shah is on the right and national emblem of the Lion & sun with the Kiani crown is on the left. This is a specimen banknote, without any hand-stamp or signature.

Bottom :  Reverse of the note with the English scripts. Note that in the early issues of the banknotes, watermark was not used.

 


 5 Toomaans banknote 

From the second series

   

  Top : Obverse. Portrait of Nasser al-din shah on the right and the water mark of the Lion & sun on the left (Not visible here). Unlike the first issue, the color variety of both sides is not extremely different. Persian script at the top and its English translation at the bottom: Only payable at Mashhad. Signatures: General Director: M.Murry, General officer: V.L.Walter

     Bottom: Reverse of the note with English script: Imperial Bank of Persia, 5 Tomans.


 

10 Toomaans banknote 

From the second series

 

     Top : Obverse. Portrait of Nasser al-din shah on the right and the water mark of the Lion & sun on the left (Not visible here). Unlike the first issue, the color variety of both sides is not extremely different. Persian script at the top: Only payable at Tehran. Signatures: General Director: M.Murry, General officer: V.L.Walter

     Bottom: Reverse of the note with English script: Imperial Bank of Iran, 10 Tomans.


2nd-issue-20t

 

 20 Toomaans banknote 

From the second series

 

     Top :  Obverse. Portrait of Nasser al-din shah on the right and the water mark of the Lion & sun on the left (Not visible here). Unlike the first issue, the color variety of both sides is not extremely different.

     Bottom: Reverse. Qajarian style of the National emblem of the Lion & sun in the middle and the Qajar (Kiani) crown above it.

 


2nd-issue-100t

 

100 Toomaans banknote  

From the second series

 

     Top :  Obverse. Portrait of Nasser al-din shah on the right and the water mark of the Lion & sun on the left (Not visible here). Unlike the first issue, the color variety of both sides is not extremely different.

     Bottom: Reverse. Qajarian style of the National emblem of the Lion & sun in the middle and the Qajar (Kiani) crown above it.

 


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