25 livres 1792 is a white rectangle without watermarks with three times the nominal value - letters (vingt – cinq) , Arabic numerals (25) and Roman numerals (XXV). In the center of the bill - the inscription:
'Domaines nationaux. Assignat de vingt-cinq livres, payable au porteur'.
In the upper-left corner is a statue of a young man with wings studying the Constitution; in the upper - right corner is a bust of king Louis XVI, who watches the young man with an air of obvious disapproval.
How could the king be on the bill of revolutionary France?
In 1792, the revolution was already in full swing, but the king was still in business: according to the law adopted in September 1791, Under the Constitution, he retained the right to nominate Ministers and even had the right to veto decisions of the French legislative Assembly.