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Live auction - 4420013 - 5 Francs FRENCH EQUATORIAL AFRICA Brazzaville 1944 P.10a

5 Francs  FRENCH EQUATORIAL AFRICA Brazzaville 1944 P.10a G
5 Francs  FRENCH EQUATORIAL AFRICA Brazzaville 1944 P.10a G5 Francs  FRENCH EQUATORIAL AFRICA Brazzaville 1944 P.10a G
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Estimate : 60 €
Price : no bid
Maximum bid : no bid
End of the sale : 17 November 2020 14:08:05
Face Value : 5 Francs
Date: (1944)
Period/Provinces/Banks Caisse Centrale de la France Libre
Department Congo
French City Brazzaville
Catalogue reference : P.10a
Additional reference : K.508a
Alphabet - series : AB n°073106
Signatures : Diethelm, Pleven
Detailed grade description : Aplati

Commentary


D'après les pointages de M.Buathier (multicollec.net) , cet exemplaire émis serait le deuxième retrouvé avec la série AB .

Historical background


FRENCH EQUATORIAL AFRICA

(1940-1944)

The French Equatorial Africa was created in 1910. The AEF is formed by the meeting Territories Gabon, Middle Congo, Ubangi-Shari and Chad. Under the leadership of Governor General Felix Eboue (1884-1944) and René Pleven through the French Equatorial Africa agrees with De Gaulle August 26, 1940, soon joined by supporters Gaullist French Cameroon and Congo.

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