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Bank notes:

First: SR 500:

 

 On the front of the note appears a portrait of late King Abdulaziz Bin Abdulrahman Al Saud and a picture

 of the Holy Ka`aba. The back of the note shows a view of the Holy Mosque in Makkah Al Mukarramah.

Color: Blue / Size: 166 x 74 mm

Second: SR 100:

 

 On the front of the note appears a portrait of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and a picture of the Green Dome of the Prophet`s Mosque. The back of the note

 shows a view of The Prophet`s Mosque in Al-Madinah Al-Monawarah.

Color: Red / Size: 160 x 72 mm

Third:SR 50:

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 On the front of the note appears a portrait of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and a picture of the Al-Sakhra Dome Mosque. The back of the note shows a view of

Al-Aqsa Mosque in Al-Quds Al-Shareef.

Color: Green /Size: 155 x 70 mm

Fourth:SR 10:

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On the front of the note appears a portrait of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and a picture of the Palace of late King Abdulaziz in Almoraba Area. The back of the

note shows a view of King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Financial Center in Riyadh.

Color: Brown/Size: 150 x 68 mm

Fifth:SR 5:

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On the front of the note appears a portrait of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and a view of Shaybah Oil Field in the Empty Quarter.The back of the note shows a view of flowers from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

 

Color: Purple/Size: 145 x 66 mm

Coins:

 

First: Two-Riyal Coin:

        

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Obverse: A portrait of King Abdulaziz Al Saud is engraved in gold in the center. On the right side of the portrait, the King's name (King Abdulaziz bin Abdul-Rahman Al Saud) is engraved in a silver frame, and on the left there is a motif containing plant patterns and the Kingdom's national emblem.

Reverse: The number of the coin denomination (SAR 2) is written in gold in the center with the denomination in Arabic letters (ريالان) placed above, while the denomination in English (TWO RIYALS) placed at the bottom. On the right side of the coin, there is a silver frame containing the name of the Kingdom, and on the left there is a plant motif encompassing the Kingdom's national emblem. The Hijri year (1438) is engraved at the top and the Gregorian year (2016) engraved at the bottom.

Second: One-Riyal Coin:

                                                                   

Obverse: In the center, there is a portrait of King Salman Al Saud in silver. On the right side, the name and title of the King (Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud) are engraved in a golden frame, and on the left there is a plant motif encompassing the Kingdom's national emblem.

Reverse: In the center, the coin denomination (SAR 1) is written as a numeral in silver with the denomination in Arabic letters (ريال واحد) on the top and in English (ONE RIYAL) at the bottom. On the right side, there is a golden frame engraved with the Kingdom's full name, and on the left there is a plant motif encompassing the Kingdom's national emblem. The Hijri year (1438) is engraved at the top and the Gregorian year (2016) engraved at the bottom.

Third: Fifty Halala Coin:

       

                                                                     

 

Obverse: The Kingdom's national emblem is engraved in the center with the the King's title (the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques) and a recurrent plant motif atop. The King's name (Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud) is engraved at the bottom of the emblem with the Hijri year (1438) on the right side and the Gregorian year (2016) on the left. The top and bottom of the obverse side are engraved with plant motifs.

Reverse: The number (50) is engraved in the center with the denomination in Arabic words (خمسون هللة) is placed above and the denomination in English (FIFTY HALALAS) at the bottom. In addition, the top and the bottom areas of the reverse side are engraved with recurrent plant patterns.

Fourth: Twenty-Five Halala Coin:

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Obverse: The Kingdom's national emblem is engraved in the center with the the King's title (the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques) and a recurrent plant motif atop. The King's name (Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud) is engraved at the bottom of the emblem with the Hijri year (1438) on the right side and the Gregorian year (2016) on the left. The top and bottom of the obverse side are engraved with plant motifs.

Reverse: The number (25) is engraved in the center with the denomination in Arabic words (خمس وعشرون هللة) placed atop, and the denomination in English words (TWENTY FIVE HALALAS) at the bottom . In addition, the top and the bottom areas of the reverse side are engraved with recurrent plant motifs.

Fifth: Ten Halala Coin:

          

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Obverse: The Kingdom's national emblem is engraved in the center with the the King's title (the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques) and a recurrent plant motif atop. The King's name (Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud) is engraved at the bottom of the emblem with the Hijri year (1438) on the right side and the Gregorian year (2016) on the left. The top and bottom areas of the obverse side are engraved with plant motifs.

Reverse: The number (10) is engraved in the center with the denomination in Arabic words (عشر هللات) placed atop and the denomination in English (TEN HALALAS) at the bottom. In addition, the top and the bottom areas of the reverse side are engraved with recurrent plant patterns.

Sixth: Five Halala Coin:

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Obverse: The Kingdom's national emblem is engraved in the center with the the King's title (the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques) and a recurrent plant motif atop. The King's name (Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud) is engraved at the bottom of the emblem with the Hijri year (1438) on the right side and the Gregorian year (2016) on the left. The top and bottom areas of the obverse side are engraved with plant motifs.

Reverse: The number (5) is engraved in the center with the denomination in Arabic words (خمس هللات) placed atop and the denomination in English (FIVE HALALAS) at the bottom. In addition, the top and the bottom areas of the reverse side are engraved with recurrent plant patterns.

Seventh: One Halala Coin:

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Obverse: The Kingdom's national emblem is engraved in the center with the the King's title (the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques) and a recurrent plant motif atop. The King's name (Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud) is engraved at the bottom of the emblem with the Hijri year (1438) on the right side and the Gregorian year (2016) on the left. The top and bottom areas of the obverse side are engraved with plant motifs.

Reverse: The number (1) is engraved in the center with the denomination in Arabic words (هللة واحدة) placed atop and the denomination in English (ONE HALALA) at the bottom. In addition, the top and bottom areas of the reverse side are engraved with recurrent plant patterns.