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France - Overprinted Francs

In 1960, France revalued its currency, to 1/100th of the previous value. One hundred Francs became one New Franc (NF). Initially, old notes were overprinted with the new denominations, then new notes were issued denominated in "New Francs," and eventually the "New" designation was removed.

F.52 (SCWPM P.137)

5 NF, Victor Hugo

Imp BdF

Serveau, C. INV

F.53 (SCWPM P.138)

10 NF, Richelieu

Imp BdF

Serveau, C. INV

F.54 (SCWPM P.139)

50 NF, Henri IV

Imp BdF

Le Feuvre INV
Piel, J. SC

F.55 (SCWPM P.140)

100 NF, Bonaparte

Imp BdF

Serveau, C. INV
Piel, J. (F), Beltrand, C. (B) SC