Switzerland. State Loan Bank of Swiss Federation. (Schweizerische Eidgenossenschaft). Issue of 1914. The banknote is dated 09-09-1914 but will never be issued. Work of S. Balzer. Printer: Art Institute Orell Füssli AG, Zurich. Dimensions: 165 x 105 mm. No watermark. No security thread. Front and back: print predominantly yellow, brown and green. On the front: frame composed of rosettes and ornaments. The labels and values in letters are printed in brown and in three languages: German, French and Italian. The issue date and signatures are also printed in brown. The value in figures "100" is repeated three times in rosettes on the sides. In the center above, the Swiss cross in white is placed on a gray coat of arms in a large medallion. Two types of signatures with the Director of the Federal Finance Department Giuseppe Motta and the Federal Treasurer E. Henzer. On the back: motifs on a yellow background with rosettes and ornaments in green and brown with the value "100" repeated in the corners. In the center, the value in letters is printed in three languages: French, German and Italian. The specimen is known as non-perforated, unsigned and numbered "1A". Exemplary met: 1A 097511 with three cancellation perforations and pictured above. Other Reference: TBB (The Banknote Book): B202.
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