Roger Pfund

Roger Pfund (1943 - ) lives in Carouge, Switzerland. He is without a doubt one of the most well known Swiss designers and one of the leading specialists of currency design. His work, both paintings and designs, are known for their richness in colors.

At the age of 27, Roger won the prestigious currency design contest, hosted by the Swiss National Bank for the design a new series of bank notes. He is also credited with the creation of the last version of the French Franc, as well as a series of the Euro, and the 2003 Swiss passport.

Comoros

P.16 (BNB BCC B7a)

1000 Francs, Coelacanth

Imp BdF
Sig. 12, 2005

Pfund, Roger INV

France

F.72.2 (SCWPM P.157b)

50 Francs, Saint-Exupéry

Imp BdF
1993

Pfund, R. INV

France

F.73 (SCWPM P.157Ad)

50 Francs, Saint-Exupéry

Imp BdF: Modified, corrected spelling of "Exupéry" to have accent only on second "e"; New law clause on reverse.
1999

Pfund, R. INV

France

F.74 (SCWPM P.158)

100 Francs, Cézanne

Imp BdF
1997

Pfund, R. INV

France

F.75 (SCWPM P.159b)

200 Francs, Eiffel

Imp BdF
1996

Pfund, R. INV

France

F.76.1 (SCWPM P.160a)

500 Francs, Marie and Pierre Curie

Imp BdF
1994

Pfund, R. INV