If you are old enough to remember the 1990-91 Gulf War or the 2003 invasion of Iraq, you may remember seeing U.S. and coalition soldiers bringing Saddam banknotes like this one home as a war souvenir.
Now, you get the chance to own one for yourself at a reasonable price!
See Pictures 3 and 4 for a brief overview of the Gulf War (aka Operation Desert Shield from August 1990 to January 1991 and Operation Desert Storm from January to February 1991)
This May 2003 New York Times article may bring back memories from the past (https://www.nytimes.com/2003/05/18/world/aftereffects-the-economy-his-face-still-gives-fits-as-saddam-dinar-soars.html)
Banknote colour tone is brown, green and black on a blue and multi-colour underprint
Banknote obverse features charging Arab horsemen and a confident looking Saddam Hussein in military uniform
Banknote reverse features the Martyr's Monument in Baghdad, Iraq
Condition as shown in photos - lightly circulated with a ripple through the centre but still in good condition for a three decade old banknote
Will provide a soft OPP plastic banknote sleeve free of charge and for extra protection
Free normal mail to local addresses via Singpost at buyer's risk.
Registered mail available on request and at extra charge
Payment via POSB/DBS Bank Transfer or PayPal.
Check out my other Iraqi dinar listings if you are interested - thanks for looking!