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Lebanon 1,000 Livres Banknote, 2004, P-84a, UNC

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Lebanon 1,000 Livres banknote from 2004 has a pick number P-84a, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features alphabetic characters.

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    LEBA84AU
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The 1,000 Lebanese livre note was reintroduced by the Bank of Lebanon in 2004. It is signed by Governor It had a green color scheme and dimensions of 115 mm x 60 mm. Its obverse side contains Arabic text and alphabetic characters. Its reverse side contains more alphabetic characters, Arabic and French text, a cedar tree, and a serial number bar code. Because the note already has a barcode, it does not have a security thread or a watermark. The note is signed by Governor Riyadh T. Salameh and First Vice Governor Ahmed Jachi.

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