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Slovakia 500 Korun 2000

Slovakia 500 Korun 2000
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500 Korun 2000 (© Front: Ludovit Stur, one of the greatest Slovak personalities of the 19th century, who was known as the father of the idea of Slovak national emancipation and the founder of the Slovak literary language. Back: Bratislava Castle together with the Baroque St. Michael´s and a part of the Gothic tower of Klarisky Church. The central part of the composition displays the oldest layout of Bratislava dating from the 15th century wood carving CHRONICA PICTA depicting Bratislava Castle, three churches surrounded by a fortification, and a sketch of the River Danube. Watermark: Portrait of Ludovit Stur and a feather. Main colour: Golden brown. Designer: Jozef Bubák. Engraver: Vaclav Fajt. Signatures: Vladimir Masár (Governor, 29 July 1993 – 28 July 1999); Marián Tkác (Chief Financial Officer). First Date of Issue: 1 October 1993. Date of Reissue: 2000. Issuer: National Bank of Slovakia. Total issue: 67,200 banknotes (much less with Y2K overprint). Material: Cotton paper. Printing method: Intaglio (raised print). Printers: Thomas De La Rue, Zeitun, Malta (1993, 1996), De La Rue, Gateshead, Great Britain (2000, 2006)) ©

Dimensions: 154 x 77 mm

Catalogue Number: P-38

Texts: Národná Banka Slovenska. Pätsto Slovenských Korún. Five Hundred Slovak Crowns. Rok 2000. Y2K. Bimilénium Anno Domini MM. V Bratislave, 1 Októbra 1993.