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Lebanon 5 Livres Banknote, 1986, P-62d, UNC

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Lebanon 5 Livres banknote from 1986, has a pick number of P-62d, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features National Museum of Beirut.


The Lebanon 5 Banknote belongs 1964-1988 Issues. The obverse features the National of building columns, the kneeling 5th century BC protome in raised arm standing 400-330 BC Phoenician silver from the of Byblos, Adramelek, and Phoenician inscriptions in margins. The reverse Mamluk-era footbridge Nahr al-Kalb in Beirut. The banknote solid segmented security watermark. banknote is and yellow, and measures 70 mm.

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