1000 Belgian Francs banknote (type Londres)
The National Bank of Belgium issued Belgian Franc banknotes in 12 different denominations, including this 1000 Belgian Francs banknote (type Londres). They are part of the Belgian Franc banknotes series. The National Bank of Belgium started issuing these 1000 Belgian Franc banknotes in 1943. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1944.
This Belgian mille francs – duizend frank bill shows the portraits of King Albert I and Queen Elisabeth, along with the text “200 Belgas”. These 1000 franc banknotes, dated 1943, were issued during World War II by the Belgian government in exile in London. This is why these banknotes are referred to as “type Londres”. Other elements on the design by Emile Vloors include allegorical figures for the main waterways in Belgium: the Meuse (Mosa), Scheldt (Scaldis) and Albert Canal.
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1 BFR = £0.0149800000
You get: £14.98000
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