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About #M9 - 5 francs type 1934 Fezzan
French Equatorial Africa (FEA). Caisse Centrale de la France Libre. 1943 Issues. 5 francs type 1934 with face value in dark blue. Work by Sébastien Laurent and engraving by Deloche. Printer: Bank of France, Paris. Dimensions: 120 x 80 mm. Watermark: head of a young African man from the front. Front and back: multicolored print, mainly green, yellow and red. On the front: frame composed of repetitive red geometric shapes. Floral composition background with in the foreground, a front portrait of a young native girl wearing a hat and necklaces. Above in the center in blue, the issuing institute "BANQUE DE L'AFRIQUE OCCIDENTALE (BANK OF WEST AFRICA)". The value "5" is printed in dark blue in the two upper corners. The numbering and signatures are printed in black. Two variants of signatures with the President and the Chief Executive Officer. Back: African at work on his loom. At the bottom, article 139 of the Penal Code is printed in a yellow cartridge. Overprinted in black "R F FEZZAN". Rare: this note is one of 20 certified copies in the Numizon inventory.