WWII MADE in AMERICA – MOROCCO NOTES of 1943
Previous to WWII, when Morocco needed something like coins, paper money, stamps etc they turned to France, but as France was under the German thumb another source was necessary. A meeting between Roosevelt & Churchill occurred in January of 1943 which set the stage for production & supply of various goods in America instead of Europe ( even Britain had limited resources ). That was the case with these lithographed Moroccan banknotes printed by E A Wright of Philadelphia.
10 Francs. Measures Approximately 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches