About #20 - 100 francs type 1928
State Bank of Morocco. Banknote issued from 1928 to 1947. Work of Sébastien Laurent and engraving by Eugène Gaspérini. Dimensions: 179 x 105 mm. Two watermarks: on the left a lion's head in profile and on the right a lion's head in front. Multicolored front and back printing on white paper. Front: Graphic composition with decorated columns on the sides. The value "100" is printed at the bottom in the arabesques. The mention "State Bank of Morocco" is printed on a line in a yellow cartridge at the top. The numbering and the alphabet are repeated at the bottom and at the top in small clear cartridges and are printed in black, as well as the date of issue. In the center, a window with a view of the mythical Ksar of Ait-ben-haddou in southern Morocco. At the bottom, the value "CENT FRANCS" and the article of law are printed in a light yellow cartridge. Back: Frame decorated with arabic motifs on a background of repeating motifs opening on an arch. Four variants of signatures. The specimen is known perforated "SPECIMEN" dated 00-00-00 and numbered 0.000 - 000 with signatures #2 and #4. Banknote very rare in grades superior to XF.