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#1 5 Francs (1961) Overprint KATANGA on Rwanda & Burundi #1.
#2 10 Francs (1960) Overprint KATANGA on Rwanda & Burundi #2.
#5a10 Francs 1.12.1960; 15.12.1960 Lilac and yellow.
#5r 10 Francs Remainder. W/out serial#.
#5s 10 Francs Specimen.
#5Ar10 Francs 1.12.1960 Green, brown, red. Remainder.
#5As 10 Francs Specimen.
#3 20 Francs (1960) Overprint KATANGA on Rwanda & Burundi #3.
#6a20 Francs 21.11.1960 Blue-green and brown.
#6b 20 Francs 1.12.1960
#6r 20 Francs Remainder. W/out serial#.
#6s 20 Francs Specimen.
#6A 20 Francs 1.12.1960 Multicolor. Specimen.
#4 50 Francs (1960) Overprint KATANGA on Rwanda & Burundi #4.
#7a50 Francs 10.11.1960
#7r 50 Francs Remainder. W/out serial#.
#7s 50 Francs Specimen.
#8a100 Francs 31.10.1960 Moise Tshombe at right.
#8r 100 Francs Remainder. W/out serial#.
#8s 100 Francs Specimen.
#12a100 Francs 18.5.1962; 15.8.1962; 15.9.1962. Woman with corn at right.
#12b 100 Francs 15.1.1963
#12s 100 Francs Specimen.
#9a500 Francs 31.10.1960 Moise Tshombe at right.
#9r 500 Francs Remainder. W/out serial#.
#9s 500 Francs Specimen.
#13a500 Francs 17.4.1962 Man with fire at right.
#13s 500 Francs Specimen.
#10a1000 Francs 31.10.1960 Moise Tshombe at right.
#10r 1000 Francs Remainder. W/out serial#.
#10s 1000 Francs Specimen.
#14a1000 Francs 26.2.1962 Woman picking cotton at right.
#14s 1000 Francs Specimen.
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