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Algeria

The Democratic and Popular Republic of Algeria is a North African country bordering the Mediterranean Sea. It was under French rule from 1848 to 1962.

Banque de l'Algérie

P.77b (Muszynski M.3)

5 Francs, Muslim girl, veiled Algerian woman at Port d'Algers

Imp BdF: Without serial number
9/10/1941

Serveau, C. INV
Deloche, E. (F), Rita (B) SC

P.85 (Muszynski M.28)

100 Francs, Algerian with Turban

Imp BdF
7/12/1941

Simon, J. FEC
Beltrand, C. (F), Hourriez (B) SC

P.87 (Muszynski M.19b)

50 Francs, Ruins of El Djem Amphitheatre, Tunisia

Imp BdF
11/29/1944

Carré, L. FEC
Deloche, E. SC

P.91 (Muszynski M.4)

5 Francs, Allegory of France

Imp Balounin, Algeria
11/16/1942

Cochard, M. FEC
Herve, C. SC

P.94b (Muszynski M.5b)

5 Francs, Muslim girl, veiled Algerian woman at Port d'Algers

10/2/1944

Serveau, C. INV
Deloche, E. (F), Rita (B) SC

Region Economiqe d'Algérie

1944 First Issue

P.97a (Muszynski M.64)

50 Centimes, Fig Tree, Palm Trees

Imp Carbonel, Alger
1/31/1944

Herve, Ch SC

P.98a (Muszynski M.65)

1 Franc, Fig Tree, Palm Trees

Imp Carbonel, Alger
1/31/1944

Herve, Ch SC

P.99a (Muszynski M.66)

2 Francs, Fig Tree, Palm Trees

Imp Carbonel, Alger
1/31/1944

Herve, Ch SC

1944 Second Issue

P.102 (Muszynski M.69)

2 Francs, Fig Tree, Palm Trees

Overprint "2e T."
Imp Carbonel, Alger

Herve, Ch SC

Banque de l'Algérie

P.103 (Muszynski M.11)

20 Francs, Green, Ornamental Design

6/4/1948

Khamassi, M. S. FEC

Banqe de l'Algérie et de la Tunisie

P.106 (Muszynski M.38b)

500 Francs, Bacchus and Ram, Harvesting Grapes

5/22/1956

Poughéon, R. FEC
Armanelli (F), Beltrand, C. (B) SC

P.109s (Muszynski M.50-S1)

5000 Francs, Statue of Apollo, Arch of Trajen at Timgad

Specimen
Imp BdF
1942

Fel, W. FEC
Marliat, A. (F), Broutin (B) SC

Provisional Issue, Revaluation of the Franc

Banque Centrale d'Algérie

P.119a (Muszynski M.57b)

10 New Francs, Bust of Isis

Imp BdF
6/2/1961

Fel, W. (F), Fel, W. (B) FEC
Marliat, A. (F), Broutin (B) SC

P.122a (BNB BCA B1a)

5 Dinars, Vulture & Eagle, Sheepherder

1/1/1964

Poughéon, R. FEC

P.123a (BNB BCA B2a)

10 Dinars, Storks, Algerians Weaving a Carpet

1/1/1964

Poughéon, R. FEC

P.124a (BNB BCA B3a)

50 Dinars, Mountain Sheep, Camel Caravan

1/1/1964

Poughéon, R. FEC

P.125a (BNB BCA B4a)

100 Dinars, Port d'Algers Harbor Scene

1/1/1964

Cheffer, H. FEC

  1. Where possible, I've listed the actual printer of the note. I have listed the source as BdF or other French printer where I have strong reason to believe it to be correct. But for countries outside French influence, I've only listed the printer these when I've confirmed the printer via some other reference. While many other notes (from Belgium, for example) do appear to be printed in the French style, it could be that they were designed by a familiar French artist, but printed locally. I am certainly interested in receiving input toward reference material that would help document the source of any specific banknotes.