Iraqi Dinar Lingo: What Is A Brick, Bundle, & Strap? December 16 2014

If you buy or have bought Iraqi Dinar, or if you ever research Iraqi Dinar online you may come across the terms brick, bundle, and strap. Well what do these terms mean?

 We frequently field calls and e-mails from customers inquiring what these terms mean so in this post we are going to tell you guys about what a bundle is. What a brick is, and what a strap is. These terms are typically used to refer to smaller denomination notes like the 50, 250, 500, and 1,000 notes, however it can really be used to describe any notes.

 A bundle is 100 notes. If you were to purchase a bundle of 1,000 denomination notes you would receive 100 notes for a total of 100,000 Iraqi Dinar in 1,000 denomination notes.

 

 

A brick is 10 bundles, which happens to be 1,000 notes total. If you bought a brick of 1,000 denomination notes you would have a total of 1,000 of the 1,000 denomination notes for a total of 1 Million Dinar.

 

The last term is strap. This is a more generic term. Though often times it may be referring to a bundle, many people will refer to any amount of notes in a paper strap as being a strap.

 Hope this clears up any confusion regarding the terms brick and bundle. If you are interested in purchasing a brick or bundle of smaller notes you can click the links below.

 

Bundle/Brick 50 Notes

Bundle/Brick 250 Notes

Bundle/Brick 500 Notes

Bundle/Brick 1,000 Notes