|Personality:||King Albert 1|
|Creator Both Sides:||Jean-François Freund, Guillaume Minguet,François Poortman|
|Money Type:||Paper money|
After the end of the First World War, banknotes in the ‘National’ series feature patriotism and the reconstruction of the country. The 1,000 franc note focuses on the historical importance of the Flemish textile industry, represented by the lacemaker and the Ypres Cloth Hall. The Gravensteen Castle in Ghent and the Yser plain are also included, as are the coats of arms of West and East Flanders.
Source: The Belgian Banknote