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About Iraqi Dinar

According to a special report by Wealth Daily, since the Iraq War began in 2003, Iraqi Dinar has become a popular currency topic. It is a popular belief that the currency increases in value as the country improves upon its state, with an inflation rate of two percent. By comparison, the Dinar exchange value is quite different than the United States. 1,161.99 dinars equal one U.S. dollar. Produced by the Central Bank of Iraq, and among the currency selections on eBay, these paper notes are available in the following amounts: 50, 250, 500, 1,000, 5,000, 10,000, and 25,000 dinars, with available bundles ranging from 50 dinars to one million dinars. To elaborate on the beauty of the dinar-design, the 250-dinar note has an image of the astrolabe on its front side. Along the back of the note, the Spiral Minaret of Samarra is its depiction. The color of this note is a beautiful violet and cerulean blend. Thomson Reuters, an international multimedia news agency, reports that there are 30 trillion Iraqi Dinars in circulation. With such numbers, this type of investment is considerable.