About #12 - 20 francs Type 1920-1926
State Bank of Morocco. Banknote issued from 1920 to 1927. First Type with the mention "PAYABLES A VUE AU PORTEUR". Work by Georges Duval and engraving by L. Jouenne. Dimensions: 164 x 95 mm. Two watermarks: A lion's head on a crescent on the left and a Shereefian star on the right. Multicolored front and back printing on white paper. Front: The value in letters and in digits is and the words "PAYABLES A VUE AU PORTEUR" are printed in dark red. The numbering and the alphabet are repeated twice at the bottom and at the top and are printed in black as the date of issue. In the center, a view of the Hassan tower in Rabat. The law article is inscribed at the bottom of the bill in a beige cartouche. Back: Frame composed of arabesque on a background of patterns in rehearsal. Three variants of signatures. The specimen is known from 92-1-1920, numbered 000 - 0.00 and perforated twice "CANCELLED". Another specimen with a rectangular stamp and dated 7-1-1920 on issued note. Exemplary found: W.31-648. Uniform tests of the front and back without watermark, signed and numbered 0.000.
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