About #310M - 10,000 francs type 2002
Central African Republic. Bank of Central African States. 2002 Issues. Dimensions: 150 x 80 mm. Date: 2002 (reverse). Material: Paper. Watermark: Three antelope heads and the BEAC logo in electrotype. Printer: Bank of France. Reflective holographic tape. Transvision system. Another safety sign intended to prevent reproduction with the printing of small yellow circles also called "Omron rings". Solid security thread with CEMAC letters. Multicolored printing on both sides. Texts in French. Description of the front: In the center at the top, the words "BANK OF CENTRAL AFRICAN STATES" is printed in purple on two lines. The full banknote number is printed twice in black and purple at the top and bottom of the design. The letters "M" in black on the sides indicate the issuing country code for the Central African Republic. In the center, view of the BEAC headquarters in Yaoundé, Cameroon and on the right, a portrait of a young woman in purple. The value in letters "TEN THOUSAND FRANCS" is printed in pink at the bottom center in a frieze. Description of the back: At the top center, the wording of the issuing body “BANK OF CENTRAL AFRICAN STATES” is printed in purple on two lines. The value "10000" is printed in purple in the upper corners. In the center, the symbols of modernity with an airplane, a satellite antenna, a compass rose and an electric locomotive. Three combinations of signatures printed in black with Le Gouverneur (The Governor) and Un Censeur (Auditor). On the right, the watermark and below in a frieze, the year of issue "2002" printed in purple. At the bottom left corner, the article of the penal code is printed in a cartridge. No known specimen for type.