About #9 - 100 francs type 1905
Bank of Guadeloupe. No date (1852) modified 1905. First issue in 1922. Work of Cornouailles on the front. Dimensions: 205 x 115 mm. Watermark with the value "100" repeated twice. Trichromatic printing identical front and back. Front: blue frame composed of cornucopias and symbolic motifs. On the right, the strain in English typography is cut out. Four variants of signatures with The Director, The Cashier and One of the Censors. Numbering, alphabet and signatures are printed in black. Article 139 of the law text is printed in white in two red medallions. Back: vignette composed of lush vegetation that frames a rowing boat symbolizing the Republic and decorated with fruits and flowers. In the background, we guess the bay of Saint-Pierre. Uniform specimen with text and numbers in red and blue frame. Another known specimen with black frame. Perforated uniface specimen, unsigned and numbered 0.0 - 000. Unsigned and unnumbered specimen. Two-sided non-watermarked, unsigned, numbered 0.0 - 000. Specimen with watermark, numbered and unsigned, perforated "CANCELED" in center with stump. Origin: Colonial Treasure #43. Banknotes currently known: S.2, Z.4-177, A.6, M.6, C.7-296, M.8. Note withdrawn from circulation in December 1959.