About #47 - 1000 francs type 1951
State Bank of Morocco. Banknote issued from 1951 to 1958. Work of A. Maillart and engraving of G. Poilliot for the front and A. Maillart and engraving of A. Marliat for the back. Dimensions: 159 x 103 mm. Watermark: A lion's head in profile. Multicolored front and back printing on white paper. Front: Walls and columns decorated with Arabic motifs opening on a porch with in the center, a view of the city of Marrakech and its minaret. The value in figures and in letters, as well as the mention "State Bank of Morocco" are printed in brown. 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. At the bottom, the article of law is printed in brown in a blue cartouche. Back: From a mountain village in the foreground, a view of an unidentified Ksar in the valley. All texts are printed in brown. Two variants of signatures. The specimen is known perforated twice obliquely "SPECIMEN" dated 00-0-00 and numbered 0.00 - 00000. Another specimen with oblique perforation "SPECIMEN" on issued note from the alphabet "O.26" and dated 15-11-1956. Seen exemplary "O.26 - 67877".