withdrawn Central African CFA franc banknotes
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Convert your leftover withdrawn Central African CFA franc banknotes to cash using our hassle-free online exchange service.
These Central African CFA franc banknotes were issued from 1992 until 2002 by the ‘Banque des États de l’Afrique Centrale’, based in Yaoundé Cameroon. The Central African States are a group of countries in Africa that use the central CFA franc as their national currency: Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo (Brazzaville), Equitorial Guinea and Gabon.
These old style CFA franc banknotes are no longer in use but can be exchanged using our online service. In addition to withdrawn Central African CFA franc banknotes, we also exchange current CFA franc paper money.
Do you have withdrawn Central African CFA franc banknotes like the ones in the pictures below? Add the amount you want to exchange to your Wallet. You'll see exactly how much money you'll get for your CFA francs Central Africa. Click on the Wallet symbol to complete checkout and get paid within 5 days of receiving your currencies.
500 francs banknote Central African CFA (1992 to 2002 issue)The banknote of 500 francs from the Central African States features a shepherd with cattle on the front side. On the back side of the 500 fr XAF note is an image of a Baobab tree with antelopes and an ancient Kota mask.You get: £0.350001 XAF = £0.0007000000
1000 francs banknote Central African CFA (1993 to 2002 issue)The banknote of 1000fr from Central Africa features a Bakele wood mask and coffee pickers. The brown-green and multicolour 1000 XAF bill measures 146 by 75mm.You get: £0.700001 XAF = £0.0007000000
2000 francs banknote Central African CFA (1993 to 2002 issue)The orange and red coloured 5000 Francs banknote from the Central African States features a woman with tropical fruit on the front side. On the back side of the Cinq Mille Francs XAF bill is a harbour scene with truck and ship.You get: £1.400001 XAF = £0.0007000000
5000 francs banknote Central African CFA (1994 to 2002 issue)This old type 5000 CFA francs bill from the West African States features a man with a hard hat and oil riggers, as well as cotton picking. The 5000 XAF banknote measures 160mm by 80mm and has a security strip.You get: £3.500001 XAF = £0.0007000000
10000 francs banknote Central African CFA (1994 to 2002 issue)The highest value banknote of the Central African States is the 10,000 Francs note. On this Dix Mille Francs XAF bill is a young Bororo woman, with in the background the BEAC tower building. The back side shows fishermen.You get: £7.000001 XAF = £0.0007000000