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France 20 Francs 1943 (1942 - 1950)
Common name: "Pecheur"

Item Code: FR-100a

Front: Breton fisherman pulling a rope with a fishing net. Other fishermen in a boat. Sight of the Port of Concarneau. Mythical fish. Back: Breton women (from Quimper and Pont L'Abbé) carrying baskets of vegetables and fruits holding a girl in arms. Notre Dame de la Joie chapel and Saint Nonna church in Penmarch. Calvaire or Golgotha, a Crucifixion post (calvary) in Penmarc'h, Brittany. Watermark: Effigy of crowned Anne, Duchess of Brittany (Anne de Bretagne) (1477-1514) in profile. Work by: Lucien Jonas. Engraved by: Beltrand & Clement. Security features: Watermarked paper. Consecutively running serial numbers and series. Predominant colour: Brown. Signatures: P. Rousseau (Le Caissier Général), R. Favre-Gilly (Le Secrétaire Général). Printing method: Offset. Issuer: Bank of France. Date of First Issue: 18 December 1942. Date of Issue: 15 April 1943. End of circulation: 13 November 1950. Material: Cotton paper. Printer: Banque de France (BdF).
 

 
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Dimensions: 129 x 80 mm
 

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

 
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