Mauritania unissued 1,000-ouguiya note (B111s) confirmed

The note dated 28.11.1981 is a recently-discovered unissued 1,000-ouguiya specimen, apparently printed by G&D without imprint. Taking into consideration that the new SCWPM lists another unissued specimen dated 1977-6-26 by TDLR (Pick 3A), it appears plausible that Banque Centrale de Mauritanie had put out a tender for security printers to propose new designs to replace the 1974 series of notes. Neither of these specimens were approved, and the old series continued in use with date and signature changes through 2002.

Courtesy of Weldon D. “Burt” Burson.

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  1. Bankote was removed because the painting is work of Frenchman Myrto Debard.Thats all. The old man will dissapear a few days later, the one the Mauritanians have seen since 1974 indirectly on various banknotes of his country.

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