Colonial Treasury. Colony of Martinique. Decree of August 18, 1884. First Type. Work of Claverie. Dimensions: 129 x 94 mm. Banknote without watermark. Front and back: printing in green and black on light beige paper. Printer: Paris. - Imp. Vve Ethiou Pérou. Front: vignette composed of a frame of exotic vegetation with trees, flowers and birds printed in green. The value "TWO FRANCS" is printed at the center of the note. The signatures and number are printed in black. A type of signatures with the Director of the Interior, Mathivet and the Treasurer-Payer, Jaham-Desrivaux. Signatures are often unidentified. At the bottom of the note, the mention "Cash equivalent value is deposited to the Treasury". Back: floral frame in which the value "2" is repeated five times and two small cherubs seem to appear in the floral arrangement in the center. No known specimens. A known copy with the overprinted "CANCEL" three times (see photo). Banknote found: 093,790. Very rare !
About :#3 - 2 francs Colonial Treasury Type 1884
#3 - 2 francs Colonial Treasury Type 1884