Credit Foncier de Madagascar

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The BNCI forged a growing place in Africa with headquarters opened in 1941 in Tunisia and Guinea. The same year, the BNCI bought Crédit Foncier de Madagascar.  This poster is credited as advertising for Crédit de Madagascar et de la Réunion, published in 1952

Symbolic of its country of origin, Madagascar, this nifty looking tree is commonly referred to as the traveler's palm (Ravenala madagascariensis). In reality, it is not a palm at all but rather a close cousin of the bird of paradise plant.  Lemurs seem to be the preferred pollinators of this species.



Artist: Roger Adam

Year: 1952

Dimensions: W 81cm x H 118cm

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