About #304F - 5,000 francs type 1994
Central African Republic. Bank of Central African States. 1993-2002 Issues. Work by Pierrette Lambert. Dimensions: 162 x 79 mm. No date (1994). Material: Paper. Watermark: Workman's head wearing a helmet. Printer: Bank of France. Color-changing green pattern. Discontinuous metallic strip. Solid security thread. Multicolored front and back printing predominantly blue, purple and red. Texts in French. Description of the front: At the top center, the words “BANK OF CENTRAL AFRICAN STATES” is printed in black on a pink background. The full banknote number and the value "5000" are printed in opposite angles. The letters "F" next to the values "5000" indicate the issuing country code for the Central African Republic. In the center, colorful geometric patterns, derricks and on the right a portrait of a young worker wearing a hard hat. On the right, two workers in action digging a borehole. On the left, the watermark and a stylized map of the countries of Central Africa. Below, the value in letters "CINQ THOUSAND FRANCS" is printed in black. Two combinations of signatures printed in black with Le Gouverneur (The Governor) and Un Censeur (Auditor). Description of the back: At the top center, the wording of the issuing body “BANK OF CENTRAL AFRICAN STATES” is printed in red. In the center, a scene of collecting cotton bales. On the left, a woman wearing a red scarf carries a cotton basket on her head. The value "5000" is printed in red in the upper corners. On the right, the watermark and the value in letters "CINQ THOUSAND FRANCS" below printed in red. At the bottom left corner, the article of the penal code is printed in a pink cartridge. No known specimen for type.