The 1000 Afghani features the Mosque of Mazar-e Sharif.
The lower denominations are AU- Uncirculated, the higher denominations are VF to AU.
This six note set of Muhammad Daud Khan includes the 10, 20, 50, 100, 5 Afghani dating between 19.
They are an inexpensive, interesting and historic collectable.
Most of the notes are dated 1920 and most grade AU to Unc.
The reverses of the notes features various Afghan vignettes. The 20 Afghanis shows a scene of Kabul featuring a canal. The 100 Afghani features the Friday Mosque in Herat.
The 500 Afghani features a fortified village and is brown.
The brown 1 Lev was not widely distributed and is missing from most collections.
It features an upraised hammer and sickle on one side and the denomination on the other.
The 50 Afghani pictures the Dar-al-Aman palace in Kabul.
The 100 Afghani depicts a farmer and a hydroelectric dam. The 1000 Afghani depicts a flock of birds at the Mazar-e-Sharif Mosque on one side.
The other side pictures the Victory Arch, built to commemorate Afghan victory over the British in 1919.