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The obverse of the medallion bears the Kingdom of Bahrain's logo.
The kingdom's crest is shown on the obverse of the medal, with a background of the checkered flag along with the name of the 'Kingdom of Bahrain' in both English and Arabic.
The numeral 1,000 and 500 on the obverse of ` 1,000 and ` 500 notes is printed in optically variable ink.
53 (Bo 1284) is an upper-right-hand fragment with some fifteen lines on the obverse and ten lines on the reverse, and its ductus has been identified as that of the so-called Mittanian school (Wilhelm 1994b: 6; cf.
The metallic ink surrounding the UAE emblem on the top portion of the obverse side is replaced by multicolour ink print.
The obverse of each coin depicts the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
It was the obverse condition of our own hasty modernity, as the East German playwright Heiner Muller suggested after the fall of the wall: "Stalin was the last one to apply the brakes, and Hitler was the great accelerator.
MAKING MONEY: Queen Elizabeth II, above left, on the obverse and the Roman God Neptune, above right, on the reverse side of the pounds 100 coin.
And why is Judith Rossell's name misspelled in the bibliographic data on the obverse of the title page?
Additional inscriptions on the obverse are IN GOD WE TRUST, 2010 and LIBERTY.
The authors, both military veterans, establish the authority of the medal, when it was first issued, criteria, order of precedence, devices, designer, description and symbolism, describe the front and obverse of the medal and give historical background.