About #30 - 5000 francs Emperor Vespasian Type 1950
Tunisia. French administration. Bank of Algeria and Tunisia. Date of creation: 9-1-1950. Work by H. Cheffer and engraving by A. Marliat for the front and engraving by C. Beltrand for the back. Dimensions: 207 x 105 mm. No security thread. Watermark: Moorish profile. Printer: Bank of France. Front and back: polychrome print, predominantly yellow, blue and brown. Description of the front: texts in French. Ruined columns of the Roman city of Dougga. In the foreground on the right, a marble head of the Roman emperor Vespasian. The wording of the issuing institute "BANK OF ALGERIA AND TUNISIA" and the value in letters are printed in dark brown. The value in figures is repeated twice in two opposite angles. The numbering, signatures and date of issue are printed in black. Below the portrait, article 139 of the Penal Code is printed on two lines in a clear frame. Two variants of signatures are known with The Governor, The Cashier General and The Secretary General. Description of the back: texts in Arabic. Reproduction of a mosaic entitled "The Triumph of Bacchus". The specimen is known to be perforated "SPECIMEN" vertically to the left on the watermark. The note is signed, dated "00-0-0000" and numbered "O.0 - 000". This banknote was issued only for Tunisia.
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