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About #13 - 1,000 korun type 1919
Czechoslovakia. Czech republic. 1919 “Státovky I” Issue. Date: 15. DUBNA 1919. Dimensions: 193 x 102 mm. Watermark: Woman's head. Material: Paper with fibers. No security thread. Printer: American Bank Note Company (ABNC), New-York, USA. Front and back: Polychrome printing predominantly blue, purple and green on the front and black and orange on the back. Description of the front: Frame made up of guilloche patterns with the value "1000" in the corners. Safety background in green-blue gradient composed of two rosettes superimposed on the left with the value "1000" in the center. Serial letter in blue (A to E). 7-digit red numbering. On the right, an allegorical figure observing a terrestrial globe. Texts in Czech. Signature of the Minister of Finance, Alois Rašín. Description of the back: Predominantly black and orange printing. Frame composed of guilloche patterns with the value "1000" in the corners and in repetition on the frame. On the left, two allegorical figures of Agriculture wearing a crown of wheat, one holding a sickle in his hand and the other a sheaf of wheat inspired by the painting "The Reapers" by George Frederick Cumming Smillie. On the right, a rosette with several times the value "1000". In the center, the texts in Czech, German, Hungarian, Polish and Slovak. Date of entry into service: December 12, 1919. Expiry date: June 30, 1937.