These notes were never issued. The full story of these notes can be found in the article The Arabian National Bank of the Hedjaz.
All notes carry the following signature:
|SCWPM||Denomination||Image||Illustration on Front of the Note|
|6||100 Pounds||Image||With winged bulls with human heads frame a scene of a river, which is probably the Tigris. The winged bulls are copied from decorations found at Sargon’s Palace at Khorsabad. (The carvings of the winged bulls, on which the drawings are based, are now in the Louvre, in Paris.) In the top corners of the note are depictions of winged suns. During the Assyrian reign of Mesopotamia these devices symbolized the god Ashur.|
|5||50 Pounds||Image||The Roman ruins at Baalbek in modern-day Lebanon, with a cedar of Lebanon in the left foreground.|
|4||10 Pounds||Image||An artist’s depiction of King Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem, with the pillars of ‘Jachin’ and ‘Boaz’ depicted to either side of the illustration.|
|3||5 Pounds||Image||The fountain and the treasury (at the left) within the courtyard of the Great Mosque in Damascus.|
|2||1 Pound||Image||The Ka’aba and the courtyard of the Holy Mosque in Mecca.|