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The Lebanon 1 Livre banknote was issued by the Bank of Lebanon in 1980. It comes in a combination of brown, tan, and blue. The banknotes obverse features an archeological artifact and the ruins of Corinthian columns of the Roman Temple of Jupiter in Baalbek. The back of the paper bill depicts the underground river in the lower grotto of Jetta Caverns with stalagmites and stalactites. The banknote is 135 x 65 mm in size and bears a solid segmented security thread. It also has a watermark that reflects two eagles. This paper bill is in uncirculated condition and has been TAP authenticated.