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France 10 Francs 1941-1949

Item Code: FR-99FR (Replacement)

Front: Miners and mining landscape. Back: Cows (oxen). Village. Peasant woman with child wearing a scarf,
holding a hoe. Fruits. Watermark: Head of Jeanne d'Arc. Main colour: Multicolor. Work by: Lucien Jonas.
Engraved by: Camille Beltrand (obverse) and Emile Deloche (reverse). Signatures: P. Rousseau (Le Caissier
Général), P. Gargam (Le Secrétaire Général). Printing method: Intaglio. Issuer: Bank of France. First Date of Issue:
11th September 1941. Date of Release: 12th November 1943. Withdrawn from circulation: 5th of June 1951.
Legal tender: No. Material: Cotton paper. Printer: Banque de France.
 

 
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Dimensions: 117 x 75 mm
 

Texts: Banque de France. Dix Francs. Le contrefacteur sera puni des travaux forcés a perpétuité.

 

Legal Tender Status: This banknote circulated between 12th of November 1943 and 5th of June 1951, when
it lost its legal tender status.

 
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