About #40 - 50 francs type 1943 Casablanca
State Bank of Morocco. Local impressions. Work of P. Lavalley / L.G. Petit on the front and P. Lavalley / F. Jacquin on the back. Printer: Casablanca Reunited Printing. Dimensions: 170 x 106 mm. No watermark. Front and back printing in orange and green duotone on cream paper. Banknote without issue date. Front: A graphic composition of columns and windows opening onto a view of the Oudaïas in 1642. The mention "State Bank of Morocco" and the value in figures are embedded discreetly in the graphic composition. The value in letters and the article of law are printed in green at the bottom in an orange cartridge. The numbering and the alphabet are printed in black in light green cartridges. Back: Very graphic composition consisting of interlacing and arabesques. In the center, a huge cross of David in a circular medallion. All texts are printed in dark green. One type of signatures: Guessous / Bapst / Desoubry. The specimen is known with a "SPECIMEN" overprinted in red obliquely on the front. The numbers are marked with a thick red line and the alphabets overprinted "000" in red.
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