Introducing the 10 Rials banknote P-53; B-242, a symbol of value and heritage, equating to US$25.97 or €22.33. This note, in a distinguished brown shade, measures 160 x 76 mm, commanding attention with its presence.
The front of the note bears the image of Sultan Haitham ibn Tariq ibn Taymur as-Sa’id, an embodiment of leadership and nationhood. The Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque stands as a testament to architectural magnificence, adding depth to the design.
Flipping the note reveals Oman’s cultural treasures – the Al Baleed archaeological park in Salalah and the niche (mihrab) of the Uweyna mosque in Wadi Bani Khalid. These images speak to the nation’s history, culture, and spiritual heritage.
The watermark is a seal of authenticity – the Sultan’s image and an electrotype ١٠ (10 in Arabic numerals) add to the note’s legitimacy.
Dated ٢٠٢٠ (2020) and introduced on 11th January 2020, this 10 Rials banknote encapsulates Oman’s legacy and aspirations. It stands as a testament to leadership, culture, and spirituality, merging value and heritage into a single note.
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