About #23 - 100 francs type 1942 (US)
Bank of Guadeloupe. No date (1942). First issue in 1944. Dimensions: 140 x 77 mm. No watermark. American printer: E.A. Wright, Philadelphia. Front: Black and white frame composed of guilloche patterns with the value "100" in white and repeated in the upper corners. Black and orange-red print with center bullock with the value "100" in white on each side. Two variants of signatures with The Director, The Cashier and A Censor. Back: green and orange print with small sailboat sailing near the coast in the center with the value "100" in white on each side. Article 139 of the Penal Code is printed in black on a line at the bottom of the note. Specimen known unsigned numbered A.1 - 000 and overprinted SPECIMEN three times in red and oblique on the signatures. Specimen on N11 / 944 alphabet note overprinted with two black kinks in the corners and canceled by perforations. Saw unspecified, unnumbered and unsigned specimen (Spink, October 2010). Alphabets seen: Z1, F3, A6, J7, L7, R7, S8, U9, B11, Y11, Z12. Banknote withdrawn from circulation in June 1959.