, B542 (PNL): 50,000 livres (US$33) Violet, blue, green, and orange. Front: Cedar tree; geometric block design; stylized boat. Back: Cedar tree; geometric block design. Windowed Motion security thread. Watermark: Cedar tree and electrotype ٥٠٠٠٠. Printer: (OT). 140 x 77 mm. a. ٢٠١٦ (2016). Signature 12. Prefix D. Courtesy of
, B541 (PNL): 1,000 livres (US$0.65) Green. Front: Cedar tree; alphabetic characters. Back: Cedar tree; alphabetic characters. 3-mm wide magenta-to-green windowed security thread with demetalized BDL 1000. Watermark: Coat of arms and electrotype ١٠٠٠. Printer: (OT). 115 x 60 mm. a. ٢٠١٦ (2016). Signature 12. Prefix K. Courtesy of Claude
, According to a press release dated 22 July 2015, on 1 August (Army Day) the Banque du Liban will introduce a new 50,000-livre polymer note commemorating 70 years of the Lebanese army. B540 (PNL): 50,000 livres (US$33) Blue, green, brown, and red. Front: Two soldiers in silhouette; coat of
5,000 livres, ٢٠١٤ (2014). Like B536a, but new date. Prefix A/03.10,000 livres, ٢٠١٤ (2014). Like B537a, but new date. Prefix B/03. Courtesy of Claude Akl (dekeneh on eBay).
20,000 livres, ٢٠١٤ (2014). Like B533a, but new date and different Western s/n font. Prefix C/05. Intro: 03.11.2014. Courtesy of Claude Akl (dekeneh on eBay).
, B539 (PNL): 50,000 livres (US$33) Blue, purple, orange, red, and green. Front: Banque du Liban headquarters building in Beirut; cedar tree in blue/green SPARK patch on clear window. Back: Cedar tree in blue/green SPARK patch on clear window; Banque du Liban building. No security thread. Watermark: None. Printer: (TDLR).
According to a press release dated 9 April 2014, De La Rue has printed a new 50,000-livre note to commemorate the 50th annivesary of the founding of the Banque du Liban. “With vibrant colours and imagery, the new note uses the latest technology as protection against counterfeiting. The clear ‘window’
, This polymer note commemorating 70 years of independence for Lebanon was issued on 22 November 2013 (the anniversary of the end of French colonial rule in 1943), despite the fact that the French-language back spells “independence” as it is written in English, rather than the French “independance.” The Central