100 French Francs banknote (Sully)
The Banque de France issued French Franc banknotes in 12 different denominations,
including this 100 French Francs banknote (Sully). They are part of the French Franc banknotes pre-1958 series. The Banque de France started issuing
these 100 French Franc banknotes in 1939. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1942.
The front of this 100 francs banknote shows a woman and child. The portrait on the reverse side is that of Maximilien de Béthune, Duke of Sully. This Cent Francs note is therefore often referred to as a ‘Sully’ note among collectors and numismatists.
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