Tunisia. French administration. Bank of Algeria and Tunisia. Creation date: 3-1-1950. Issue date: 25-1-1950. Work by Robert Pougheon and engraving by Hourriez for the front and by Armanelli for the back. Dimensions: 159 x 82 mm. No security thread. Watermark: Moorish profile. Printer: Banque de France. Front and back: polychrome print, predominantly yellow, green and brown. Description of the front: texts in French. Background consisting of ruined columns and a novel frame. In the foreground in the center, a winged head of Victory after a Greek bronze. The wording of the issuing institute "BANK OF ALGERIA AND THE TUNISIA" is printed on the walls of the arch. The numbering, signatures and date of issue are printed in black. The value in figures is repeated at the bottom of the drawing on the sides. Only one type of signature is known with Couquet, The General Cashier and Delahaye, The General Secretary. Back description: reproduction of an ancient Dougga mosaic with three cyclops at work (Brontes, Steropes and Pyracmon) in the forges of Jupiter. The specimen is known to be perforated "SPECIMEN" vertically to the right on the watermark. The note is signed Couquet / Delahaye, dated "00-00-0000" and numbered "O.000 - 000". Banknotes issued only for Tunisia.
About :#28 - 500 francs Winged Victory Type 1946 modified
#28 - 500 francs Winged Victory Type 1946 modified