Sunday, October 16, 2011

Belgian banknotes King Albert I (part 3)

Between 1921 and 1927 a 100 belgian franks note was in circulation.
It's similar to the ones shown before (see part 1 and part 2) but the value is only in belgian franks (not in "belgas" as shown earlier).

100 franks (Krause 95) front
nice art deco design
At the back we see the same design as I showed before, but in fact, this note was issued before the one I showed earlier.

100 franks (Krause 95) back
Mark some of the details at the bottom of the note.
This note refers to the city of Liège. (dutch : Luik, german : Luttich).

The abbey of Liège can be found on the left corner at the bottom.

The right image was used years later, on a stamp.
This stamp is subject for another article, but that will be for another time.


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