Occitanian franc

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Franc
50F.png
Official users Azerty.png Occitania
Pegged to Euro - 1₣ = 1€
Symbol
Code FRO
Coins None
Banknotes TBD
Central bank Time Bank
Printer Time Bank

The franc (sign: ₣. or OF. or FRO.) was the currency and legal tender of Occitania. Time Bank issues banknotes.

The smaller denomination, a hundredth of a franc, is a centime (c.). The micronational code of the currency used by banks and financial institutions is FRO. It is forbidden to exchange this currency for currencies of macronations.

History

The Occitanian franc was created on April 2, 2017 after the disappearance of the Muro. On the 28th of June 2019, the Occitanian Franc was replaced by the Occitanian Diner.

Banknote

Each federal element has his own design, but the notes are interchangeable and can be used everywhere on the territory. They only have one face and a local serial number is written behind. The only common criteria are the size and the location of the scriptures.

Babougrad

2018 Series

Image Value Dimensions Language Description
Admit one.png 1₣ 20 cm x 6 cm French Simone Veil
2F.png 2₣
5F.png 5₣
10F.png 10₣
20F.png 20₣
50F.png 50₣
100F.png 100₣