SPECIAL Lebanon 100,000 livres Polymer 2020 Unc

In the last few years, the Lebanese economy has collapsed and along with it the currency. In December 2020, before its current troubles, Lebanon issued a brand new 100,000 livres note to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the foundation of Lebanon (P99). It was printed on polymer in Poland and was the first note in the world to use the Cinema and Vivid security feature. This produces a 3D effect in the archway to the entrance of the Saint Jean de Tbeil Church which appears to the left on the front of the note. The Clock Tower in Nejmeh Square in Beirut is at the centre. On the back, we find the natural arches of Pigeon Rock viewed from the Rauche Corniche in Beirut and a Phoenician boat alongside French text.
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SKU: WLE0400