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Libya 1/4 Dinar (2002)

Item Code: LY-62

Front: Arch of Trajan - Leptis Magna (also known as Lectis Magna, Lepcis Magna, Neapolis, LPQY) in Al Khums, Libya. Coat of arms of Libya (pre-2011) as a see-through registration device. Reverse: Palm trees and Murzuq Fortress (Mourzouk, Murzuk, Marzuq) in Fezzan (Fuzzan, Phasania). Watermark: Coat of arms of Libya -- the "Hawk of Qureish". Security features: Solid, embedded, vertical, 1 mm wide, security thread. Consecutively running ascending horizontal green and vertical red serial numbers on the obverse of the banknote. Watermarked paper. Profile portrait of Omar Mukhtar, Arabic text, security thread, serial numbers and the "1/4" denominational block fluoresce under ultraviolet light. Predominant colours: Blue and brown. Artist: Unknown. Signature: Dr. Abd-al-Hafid Mahmud al-Zulaytini (Abdulhafid Mahmoud Zlitni, Abdel Hafez Zleitni) (Governor, CBL). Printing method: Intaglio. Issuer: Central Bank of Libya. Date of issue: 2002. Date of withdrawal: N/a. Collector value: $3 in 2020 (UNC). Total issue: N/a. Material: Cotton paper. Printer: Unknown.

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Dimensions: 143 x 71 mm

Texts: Central Bank of Libya. Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya. One Quarter Dinar.

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