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Netherlands 100 Gulden 1930-1944

Item Code: NL-51b

Front: Reflected images portraits of a woman playing the lute thought to be Mary Magdalene (Maria Magdalena). Back: Circular rosette design with four (eight) conjoined lions. Watermark: Wavy lines with carp at left. Main colour: Brown. Artist: Carel Adolph Lion Cachet. Signatures: Dr. Jan Westerman Holstijn (De Secretaris, 1921–1947); Leonardus Trip (De President, 1931–1946). Issuer: De Nederlandsche Bank. Dates of Issue: 14 June 1939 (as depicted) (Period: 1930–1944). Withdrawn from circulation: No info. Legal tender: N/a. Total issue: Unknown. Material: Cotton paper. Printing method: Intaglio (raised print). Printer: Johan Enschede en Zonen, The Netherlands (JEZ). Collector value: €100 in 2022 (UNC).
 

 
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Dimensions: 175 x 99 mm
 

Texts: De Nederlandsche Bank betaalt aan Toonder Honderd Gulden. NLG. One Hundred Guilders (Florins). Amsterdam 14 Juni 1939. WETBOEK V. STRAFRECHT: Art. 208, 209. Het namaken of vervalschen van bankbiljetten, het uitgeven, in voorraad hebben of binnen het Rijk in Europa invoeren van valsche of vervalschte bankbiljetten met het oogmerk om ze-als echt en onvervalscht uit te geven of te doen uitgeven, wordt gestraft met gevangenisstraf van ten hoogste negen jaren.

 
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