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Slovakia 50 Slovenských Korún 2000 (Y2K)

Item Code: SK-35

Obverse: St. Cyril and St. Method, the first Slav missionaries. Reverse: Two hands, with the first seven letters of the old Slavonic alphabet "Hlaholika" (Glagolica) between them, as a symbol of the gift the two saints brought to the ancient Slavs. The symmetrically reversed silhouette of the medieval church at Drazovce (District of Nitra) symbolizes the dawn of Christianity in Slovakia. Watermark: Portrait of Saint Cyril. Main colour: Blue. Designer: Jozef Bubák. Engraver: Ron Beckers. Signatures: Marián Tkác (Deputy Governor, 1 January 1993 – 17 April 1994); Ján Mathes (Chief Financial Officer). First Date of Issue: 1 August 1993. Date of Reissue: 2000. Issuer: National Bank of Slovakia. Total issue: 168,750 banknotes (much less with Y2K overprint). Material: Cotton paper. Printing method: Intaglio (raised print). Printers: British American Bank Note Co. Ltd. - BA International Inc. (Ottawa, Canada) in 1993, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2004; then from 2001 - Giesecke & Devrient, Germany and in 2006 - Polska Wytwornia Papierow Wartosciowych, Warsaw, Poland.

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Dimensions: 135 x 68 mm

Texts: Národná Banka Slovenska. Pätdesiat Slovenských Korún. Fifty Slovak Crowns. Rok 2000. Y2K. Bimilénium Anno Domini MM. V Bratislave, 1 Augusta 1993.

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