About #FO13 - 2,50 francs type 1943 Free France
French Polynesia. Tahiti. French Settlements in Oceania. 1943 Issue. Dimensions: 111 x 71 mm. Printer: Jean C. Ferrand. Material: paper. Watermark: no. The note is dated by Decree of September 25, 193. Double-sided printing in duotone black and red. French Texts in red. Description of the front: drawing composed of a frame of garland of fruits and vegetables on the upper border and stylized sea waves on the lower border. Top center, the wording of the issuing institute "Cash vouchers of French Settlements in Oceania". Below, the value in letters in the center and the date of the Decree. The value "2,50" is repeated twice on the sides. The banknote serial number is printed in red at the bottom and the series is printed in red on the sides in the stylized sea waves. Only one signature printed in red is known to The Treasurer-Payer: Jean-Henri Liauzun. Several types of circular stamps can be affixed to the banknote (see the list of variants). Back description: stylized map of Tahiti with a commercial boat leaving the port, a lighthouse, a palm tree and outside on the right, a stylized indigenous spear head. In the card, the text "Issue made under the responsibility of the Colony of French Settlements in Oceania and guaranteed by a deposit corresponding to the Treasury. (The law punishes counterfeiters.) ”. 100,000 issued notes. Rare.
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