rsirian1: sorry for being annoying, but at least the inscription below should mean something in Arabic language. Does it make any sense?
Still, I would strongly appreciate if somebody who understands the concept of graffiti, as opposed to the regular inscription on coin, and/or has some knowledge of Arabic language, could answer this question. I attach the graffiti inscription as I could copy it from the coin. I understand that the quality is poor, but I guess it may be understandable for Arabic speakers.
That is the word “Livre”, it is the inscription on the coin.
I tried that already.
Mr. Midnight: Thanks a lot. So the graffiti, in this part, simply states the name of the currency. Then the point can be that they changed the value of the coin, with one “zero” covered by the graffiti, so that the value should read 50 or else, depending on how we understand what they did to“5”. Can you speculate about what this can mean? Can it be related to the Syrian occupation of Lebanon?