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About :#29 - 1000 francs Roman Temple Type 1950

Tunisia. French administration. Bank of Algeria and Tunisia. Date of creation: 16-1-1950. Work by H. Cheffer and engraving by C. Beltrand. Dimensions: 185 x 93 mm. No security thread. Watermark: Moorish profile. Printer: Bank of France. Front and back: polychrome print, predominantly yellow, blue and brown. Description of the front: texts in French. Romans ruins of the three temples of Sheitla. The label of the issuing institute "BANK OF ALGERIA AND TUNISIA" is printed in brown-yellow. The value in figures is repeated at the top of the design on the sides. The numbering, signatures and date of issue are printed in black. The value in capital letters in white at the bottom left and below, article 139 of the Penal Code is printed on one line in a light blue frame. Only one type of signature is known with The Governor, Jan Couquet, The General Cashier, Antoine Civier and The Secretary General, Roger-Emmanuel Delahaye. Description of the back: texts in Arabic. Reproduction of a mosaic of Chebba and entitled "The triumph of Neptune". The specimen is known to be perforated "SPECIMEN" vertically to the right on the watermark. The note is signed Couquet / Civier / Delahaye, dated "00-0-0000" and numbered "O.00 - 000". This note was issued only for Tunisia.

Banknotes :Bank of Algeria and Tunisia (1946-1958)

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