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Lebanon 100,000 Livres 2001 (0N/4:E04 3201048) UNC

Lebanon 100,000 Livres 2001 (0N/4:E04 3201048) UNC
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95.00 ($ 103.55)
100,000 Livres 2001 (Front: State Emblem of Lebanon - Cedar of Lebanon (Cedrus libani). Geometric square spaces symbolizing reconstruction of Lebanon city block by city block. Back: Cedar of Lebanon as State and BOL Emblem. Stylised grapes, grain stalks and spool. Modern geometric designs symbolizing the reconstruction of Lebanon. Rectangular blocks on the bank note symbolize the reconstruction taking place in Lebanon. There are about 25 rectangles in the background of the note. These symbolise the unity of the 25 "Cazas" of the country. This unity constitutes the indispensable basis to the guarantee of the safety, the prosperity and the future of Lebanon. Watermark: Cedar of Lebanon and Eastern Arabic "100,000" in electrotype. Tactile feature: Four rectangle shaped intaglio dots for the visually impaired people located at the lower right corner of the banknote. Predominant colours: Shades of blue and green. Signatures: (Sig.21) Riad Toufic Salaméh (Governor (BOL), 1993–present); Nasser Saidi (First Vice/Deputy Governor (BOL), 1993–2003). Issuer: Bank of Lebanon. Date of Issue: 2001. Material: Cotton fibre paper. Printing method: Intaglio. Printer: Giesecke & Devrient (G&D)) (Serial # 0N/4:E04 3201048) UNC

Dimensions: 161 x 90 mm

Catalogue Number: P-83 (Albert Pick; Krause)

Grade/condition: Uncirculated (UNC) (new, unused, mint)

Texts: Banque du Liban. بنك لبنان. Cent Mille Livres. One Hundred Thousand Lebanese Pounds. مائة ألف جنيه.