About #2 - 100 francs type 1961 "One hundred francs"
States of Equatorial Africa. Central Bank of Equatorial African States and Cameroon. 1961-1962 Issues. Banknote issued in 1961 but undated. Work by Pierre Munier and engraving by Marliat for the front and by Beltrand for the back. Dimensions: 128 x 83 mm. Material: Paper. Printer: Bank of France. Watermark: face of a young Sango (Oubangui) girl. Front and back: multicolored printing. Description of the front: Texts in French and English: "Central Bank of the States of Equatorial Africa and Cameroon" and "ONE HUNDRED FRANCS". The value in figures is printed in blue. The numbering, the value in letters and the signatures are printed in black. In a medallion in the center, portrait of Félix Éboué, Governor General of Cameroon. To his left, a young girl carrying a jar on her head. On the right, four men in a canoe on a river and their village in the background. A combination of two signatures: The Chairman, Georges Armand Gautier and The Chief Officer, Claude Panouillot. Description of the back: on the right, portrait of a Bamikele from the village of Bafoussam and view of a quay of the port of Douala and the Wouri river. The value in figures is printed in blue on the sides of the note. At the bottom center, the article of the Penal Code is printed in an orange cartridge. Specimen of the issued banknote numbered O.00 - 00000 with diagonal "SPECIMEN" overprint.
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