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Identifier: 
exws_NSDAP_b12_02_01_B2
Title: 
Banque D'√Čtat du Maroc, Cinq Francs [side two]
Subject: 
Bank note vignettes
Subject: 
Calligraphy, Arabic
Subject: 
Morocco--Paper money
Subject: 
Paper money--Moroccan
Subject: 
Lions in art
Subject: 
Legal tender--Morocco
Description: 
Back of 5 Francs monochrome Moroccan bill, with watermark of a profile view of a lion. Large Arabic text states the name of the bank (Bank of Morocco) and bill's denomination. Arabic calligraphy at bottom, in white, says "Khamsa," the Arabic word for five. Small Arabic text at the top of note translates as: "If anyone commits the crime of altering Moroccan currency, he and those participating with him will be punished according to Moroccan law."
Creator: 
Banque d'Etat du Maroc
Contributor: 
Walhain, Charles Albert, engraver
Date Original: 
1941-07-24
Language: 
ara
Coverage-Temporal: 
1940 - 1950
Coverage-Spatial: 
Morocco
Rights: 
Copyright 2011 Western Michigan University Libraries. For use of digital image, contact Special Collections, Waldo Library, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA 49008-5353
Provenance: 
Item donated by Professor Emeritus of History, Howard Mowen (1922-2009; WMU faculty, 1949-1982)
Collection Title: 
World War II Propaganda Collections
Type: 
Image
Format: 
image/tiff
Format-Extent: 
11,457,545 bytes
Publisher Digital: 
Western Michigan University
Date Digital: 
2011