Bank of Reunion. Date of creation: December 2, 1944. Work of Edmund Dulac. Dimensions: 156 x 99 mm. Watermark with torch and the initials "FL" in a circle. English printer: Bradbury and Wilkinson, London. Front: Print in dark green with a yellow and green gradient security background with the value "100" repeated continuously. Numbering in red and labels in dark green. In the center, in a medallion in the shape of an eye, a portrait of Marianne wearing a phrygian cap in profile. Palms, fruits and exotic flowers around the figure. Two signatures: The Chief Executive Officer: Diethelm and the Chairman of the Supervisory Board: Pleven. Back: On a background in yellow and green gradient, the title in the center, then the Ordinance of December 2, 1941, an anchor, a barrel, a fish and colonial agricultural products. Article 139 of the Penal Code is printed below on five lines. Specimen of the type issued with cancellation perforations on the signatures and numbered twice PA 000,000 in red. Banknotes found: PA 376,880 - PB 933 514 (specimen)- PE 759,256 - PE 759,258 - PE 759,267 - PE 759,268 - PE 772,545 - PE 982,107. In December 1985, 12438 copies were not returned. Numbering of issued notes: PA 270 001 to PA 470 000 (issue of July 1944), PB 700 001 to PB 900 000 (issue of January 1945), PE 590 001 to PE 1 000 000 and PF 000 001 to PF 090 000 (issue of 31.12.1945). Banknote withdrawn from circulation in August 1955.