Libya 10 Dinars 2002 P66 Crisp GVF-EF

These 10 dinars, issued by Libya in 2002, feature a portrait of Omar El Mukhtar (P66) He was a teacher turned resistance fighter who led the fight against the Italian colonization of Libya. Regarded as a national hero, he was skilled in desert warfare through his knowledge of local geography, which he turned to his advantage against the Italians. His 20 year struggle came to an end in 1931 when he was captured by the Italian Army and executed. He was 73. The back of this colourful note shows a crowd and the hillside fort at Sabha, Crisp GVF-EF.
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Libya 10 dinars (1991) P61 Blue green. Man at centre/ Hill fort with crowd below Unc

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