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The 50 Syrian Pound (US$0.10; €0.08) banknote, designated as P-112b and B-636, is a legal tender issued by the Central Bank of Syria. This particular note has been designed with advanced security features to deter counterfeiting attempts.

The front of the banknote features an intricate design of the Ugarit alphabet on ancient cuneiform clay tables from Ebla. The image is in high resolution and features microprinting to prevent replication. The back of the banknote depicts the Library in Damascus and a monument to Hafez al Assad, which serves as a symbol of the country’s cultural heritage.

One of the key security features on this banknote is the windowed security thread. The thread contains demetalized CBS 50 and Arabic text, and can be viewed under UV light. Additionally, the banknote features a watermark of an Arabian horse head and electrotype 50, which can be easily detected by holding the note up to light.

The banknote was printed by the Federal State Unitary Enterprise “Goznak” (Russia) – FGU, a trusted and experienced printing house known for producing high-quality banknotes for various countries. The note has a prefix of S/01 and features the signatures of Yaghi and Karfoul.

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