Algeria. French administration. Bank of Algeria. Creation date: 13-05-1925. Work by Clément Serveau, engraving by Emile Deloche for the front and engraving by Rita Dreyfus for the back. Dimensions: 127 x 88 mm. Watermark: Moorish profile in an octagonal medallion. Front and back: polychrome print, predominantly blue and orange. Description of the front: the signatures, numbering, alphabet and date are printed in black. The note no longer has a control number! The value in figures, the value in letters and the date are printed in orange. On the right, in a medallion decorated with arabesques, a front portrait of a young Muslim woman. Only one type of signature known with Le Caissier Principal, Sebald and The Secretary General, De Roux. Below the portrait, article 139 of the Penal Code is printed in orange on a yellow background. Back description: frame decorated with arabesques. In the center, a veiled Algerian woman carries a basket of fruit and in the background, a view of the port of Algiers with the Admiralty buildings. This banknote is identical to the 5 francs Type 1924 but has reverse numbering: the alphabet and the letter are positioned at the top right and bottom left. The numbering is positioned at the top left and bottom right. This peculiarity starts from the tickets dated January 18, 1941. Series: 4934 to 5494.