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KUWAITI DINAR

SAUDI RIYAL
BUY 100% UNDETECTABLE COUNTERFEIT NOTES,
We are Professional IT technicians and we produce SUPER UNDETECTED COUNTERFEIT MONEY for all currencies. Our notes are industrially and professional produced. We use quality foil paper elements.20% of cellulose and 80% of cotton paper. Our bills have the Infrared Detection which makes our bills to bypass the UV machines, Pen test and even eye detection buy counterfeit experts.

– Our bills/notes bypass everything, counterfeit pens and machines.
– Can be used in banks but can be used else where same like normal money
– We have the best HOLOGRAMS AND DUPLICATING MACHINES SAUDI RIYAL
– UV: YES

EUR – Euro
USD – US Dollar
DNR – DINAR
GBP – British Pound
INR – Indian Rupee
AUD – Australian Dollar
CAD – Canadian Dollar
AED – Emirati Dirham
ZAR – Rand
CHF – Swiss Franc
CNY – Chinese Yuan Renminbi
MYR – Malaysian Ringgit
THB – Thai Baht
NZD – New Zealand Dollar
SAR – Saudi Arabian Riyal
QAR – Qatari Riyal
The riyal has been the currency of Saudi Arabia since the country came into being and was the currency of Hejaz before Saudi Arabia was created, one of the primary currencies in the Mediterranean region during the Ottoman era. The Hejaz riyal was based on but not equivalent to the Ottoman 20 kuruş coin and was consequently divided into 20 qirsh. However, although the Hejaz riyal was the same weight as the Ottoman 20 kuruş, it was minted in .917 fineness, compared to .830 fineness for the Ottoman coin. Thus, because the first Saudi riyal had the same specifications as the Hejaz riyal and circulated alongside Ottoman coins, it came to be worth 22 Ottoman kuruş and was consequently subdivided into 22 ghirsh when coins denominated in qirsh were issued from 1925. The system remained even though the riyal was subsequently debased to a coin equivalent, in silver content, to the Indian rupee in 1935.

In 1960, the system was changed to 20 qirsh to a riyal, which was followed in 1963 by the introduction of the halala, one hundredth of a riyal. Some Saudi coins still bear denominations in qirsh, but it is no longer commonly used.