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The Lebanon - Syria 250 Livres or 250 Lebanese pounds is part of the family of banknotes issued in 1939. A silver plated reproduction banknote, it comes in uncirculated condition and kept in an acrylic frame. The banknotes obverse side features the baptistry of Saint John-Marc Cathedral in Byblos. Flowers are also notable on the notes front. Its reverse side showcases grapes, flowers, leaves, and the Sea Castle in Sidon. Additionally, the back of the note bears an eagle standing on leaves with flowers and grapes. The banknote which is 234 x 127 mm in size has a bulls head image as its watermark.