1000 francs "Chazal" 1926
|Period||Third Republic (1870-1940)|
|Value||1000 francs (1000 MGG)|
|Size||132 × 220 mm|
On the left, allegory of Industry and Agriculture on the right standing on two bases in which are inscribed article 139 of the penal code, a bas-relief representing scene of the ancient life, joins the two bases. Safety fund consisting of a fruit bowl and two medallions representing Ceres and Mercury.
Banque de Madagascar
Engravers: Chazal, Wiesener
A central cartouche held by olive branches in which the face value is inscribed in red, framed by two statues. Two oval cartridges on either side of the note receiving the watermarks. Two dragons support everything.
Engravers: Chazal, Duval, Dujardin
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|ND (1926)||100,000||(fr) P-26 Saurin-Dejouany|
|ND (1926)||(fr) P-26p épreuve non filigranée avec signatures|
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