Czechoslovak Republic 100 korun Type 1940

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Pick: #51 , The Banknote Book: B130


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Description

Czechoslovakia. Republika Československá (Czechoslovak Republic). (1945) Provisional "Adhesive Stamp" Issue. 100 korun Type 1940. Designed by Stephan Bednár. Date: October 7, 1940. Dimensions: 127 x 73 mm. Watermark: Woman’s head in profile. Material: Paper. No security thread. Printer: Gesiecke & Devrient. Front and back: Polychrome printing predominantly dark blue, red, green and brown. Description of the front: Orange K adhesive stamp on Slovakia (Pick: # 10 or TBB: # B303). Guilloche patterns. Church. Head of the Prince Pribina in profile. Numbering and series in red. Texts in Slovak. Signatures: Imrich Karvaš (Governor) and Martin Kollár (Director). Description of the back: Guilloche patterns and value. Texts in Slovak. Seated woman wearing a traditional costume with hand on coat of arms of Slovakia. Grapes, book, apples, wheat. Flying doves and linden leaves.


Banknotes :Czechoslovak Republic Provisional Issues (1945)

pick#51 100 korun type 1940
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