About #56 - 1,000 korun type 1940
Czechoslovakia. Republika Československá (Czechoslovak Republic). (1945) Provisional "Adhesive Stamp" Issue. 1,000 korun Type 1940. Date: November 25, 1940. Dimensions: 192 x 90 mm. Watermark: Linden leaf pattern. Material: Paper. No security thread. Printer: Banknotendruckerei der Nationalbank for Böhmen und Mähren. Front and back: Polychrome printing predominantly blue, red, orange and brown. Description of the front: Red Y adhesive stamp on Slovakia (Pick: # 13 or TBB: # B306). Linden leaves. Dying King Svatopluk and his three standing sons. Numbering and series in red. Texts in Slovak. Signatures: Imrich Karvaš (Governor) and Martin Kollár (Director). Description of the back: Guilloche patterns and value. Mosaic birds and flowers with coat of arms of Slovakia. Texts in German, Hungarian, Slovak and Ruthenian.