About #8 - 5 francs type 1921
State Bank of Morocco. Banknote issued in 1921. First Type. Work of L. Leclerc. Dimensions: 127 x 80 mm. Printer: Chaix, Paris. Watermark: letters "BFK", a monogram "CJ" and a crown of leaves. Multicolored front and back printing on white paper. Front: Composition of arabic forms on the whole surface of the bill. The issuing institute "State Bank of Morocco" is positioned at the top of the vignette with a star of David below. In the center, the value in letters is printed in red. The value in figures is repeated four times. The numbering and the alphabet are printed in black. The article of law is inscribed at the bottom of the cut in a blue cartouche. Back: Frame decorated with arabic motifs on a background of repeating motifs. Two variants of signatures. Uniform proofs of the front and back are known and perforated "SPECIMEN". A specimen without the mention "SPECIMEN" of the E.41 series. Another known specimen perforated "SPECIMEN" of the series M.8 and numbered 000. A specimen with overprint "SPECIMEN" in red and numbered 0.000. A specimen perforated "SPECIMEN" and numbered 0.000.