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The West African States 1,000 Francs banknote is part of the 2003 issues. It is pink, orange, brown, and purple in color and measures 125 x 65 mm. The obverse side shows a denomination as a registration device, a sawfish figurine, textbooks, a globe centered on the map of Africa, a chalk slate, a red cross, the Bowl of Hygieia, and the symbol of pharmacy (a snake entwined around a stem of chalice). The reverse side features two camels (Camelus dromedarius), one kneeling and one standing in a desert in Sahel, Burkina Faso, and a penal code. This banknote uses a 1-mm wide solid security thread with printed UMOA 1000 and contains a watermark with a sawfish and electrotype 1000 design. It is graded 67 by the Paper Money Guarantee (PMG).