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Live auction - 4020056 - 50 Francs BLEU ET ROSE FRANCE 1905 F.14.17

50 Francs BLEU ET ROSE FRANCE  1905 F.14.17 F+
50 Francs BLEU ET ROSE FRANCE  1905 F.14.17 F+50 Francs BLEU ET ROSE FRANCE  1905 F.14.17 F+
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Estimate : 550 €
Price : no bid
Maximum bid : no bid
End of the sale : 20 May 2015 14:29:37
Face Value : 50 Francs BLEU ET ROSE
Date: 24 octobre 1905
Period/Provinces/Banks Banque de France, XXe siècle
Catalogue reference : F.14.17
Additional reference : P.064c
Alphabet - series : O.2785 n°127
Signatures : D'Anfreville, Giraud
Detailed grade description : Aplati
Inventory Fayette / Kajacques : 43 ex.


F.14 - 50 Francs BLEU ET ROSE

References Banque de France : BDF188901 - BDF189101 - BDF191101
Size: 123 x 178 mm
Date of creation/issue: 21 octobre 1889
Issue: 01 mai 1889 - 25 mars 1927
Date of withdraw: 26 janvier 1942
End of legal tender: 04 juin 1945
Obverse description : Personification of Industry and Agriculture. Medallions: Minerva and personification of the Four Seasons
Reverse description : Personifications of Industry and Agriculture.
Watermark: Woman's portrait in profile
Signatures : Le Caissier Principal, Le Secrétaire Général (8 var.)
Alphabet - series : 1 to 12691, 25 letters, 1,000 notes per letter
Engraver Gravure : J.Robert. Dessin : D.Dupuis, G.Duval
In 1914, the printing of the 50F Bleu et Rose was entrusted to two printing companies in Saint-Étienne and Paris. As a result, they issued identical creation dates for non-consecutive alphabets (see 2007 Ed., p.225). Another odd feature is little known about this banknote: starting from 1889, the hyphen used in the dates was always doubled (=). Yet, from spring 1913 to 1927, this hyphen was still doubled for even alphabets but simple (-) for odd alphabets. The checks we made allowed us to situate this change between April 26 and May 8, 1913. The exact date of this change should be determined by reviewing the odd alphabets from this period

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