In these issues, there is no watermark on the minor denominations (10 & 20 Rials banknotes). Shah's portrait is seen in suit and tie, an appearance that never repeated again on the banknotes. Banknotes of these issues are in 5 denominations and the 200 Rials banknote with a scene from Allahverdikhan bridge on the backside is not mentioned here.
Fifth series : General director (right) : Ebrahim Zand ; Government's inspector (left): on 10, 20 & 200 banknotes: Ahmad Razavi; On 50 & 100 Rials banknotes: Mohammad Ali Varasteh.
Sixth series : General director (right) : Ali Asghar Naaser ; Government's inspector (left): on 10, 20 & 100 banknotes: Nezaameddin Emaami; On the 50 Rials banknotes: Nasrollah Jahaangir.
Obverse: Profile of the young Shah and a view from Apadana Palace in Persepolis, date: 1333 (1954 A.D).
Reverse: The tomb of Avicenna in Hamedaan.
Obverse: Profile of the Shah, fight of Darius the great and the evil from persepolis carvings, date: 1333 (1954 A.D).
Reverse: The new central building of the National bank of Iran in Tehran.
Reverse: A view from Koohrang tunnel and its dam.
Reverse: A view from the oil refinery in Abadan port, South-west of Iran.
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