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Lebanon 1,000 Livres Banknote, 1991, P-69b.2, UNC, TAP 60-70 Authenticated

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    T-LEBA69B.2U-1991
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  • Dimensions: 156 x 67 mm
  • Watermark: Cedar tree
  • Security Thread: Solid segmented security thread
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This Lebanon 1,000 Livres banknote was issued by the Bank of Lebanon in 1991. The paper bill has a combination of green, blue, and yellow and is 140 x 70 mm in size. The obverse depicts the National Museum building with columns, the kneeling 5th century BC bull protome found in Sidon, Baal standing on a 400-300 BC Phoenician 1/8th shekel silver coin from the City of Byblos, King Andramelek, and Phoenician inscriptions in margins. The reverse of the paper bill depicts the Mamluk-era stone footbridge over the Nahr al-Kalb or Dog River in Beirut. The banknote is equipped with a solid segmented security thread and a watermark that reflects an ancient ship. This paper bill is in uncirculated condition and has been TAP authenticated with a grade of 60-70.

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