The new dinar, which is printed on higher quality paper and contains several security devices, such as a watermark , embedded security strip and textured ink, will unify the currency across Iraq.
The watermark on this paper depicts the royal arms of England, a design common through a large part of the eighteenth century, and the handwriting (seemingly the same for both poems) is also eighteenth-century in appearance.
He owned a paper mill on the banks of the Darent and in 1826 invented the Dandy Role, a device which could stamp a watermark into one roll of paper, instead of each individual sheet.
Every few leaves of the Mackenzie journal there appears a watermark in the lower left corner.
The euro notes carry a watermark and security thread, plus a circular symbol, half of which is transparent.
I looked at the watermark on the paper, then shot back.
But for the watermark , the thickness of the paper and the missing security thread, the note, reportedly obtained from a private bank, looked like genuine currency for all practical purposes.
He holds up the piece of paper and it is blank except a small watermark in the center.
It was typed up neatly on a standard piece of office paper bearing the official watermark and letterhead of the City Park Service.
Information such as a watermark in the paper may help identify a place and date of production.