Philippe Simon's Collection
TCHECOSLOVAQUIE (Československo)

ČSSR (1948/1989) and ČSFR (1990/1992)

Nevydané bankovky a státovky (1945-1953) 1 Koruna Československá ND / 1946 series: Wo s.no: Wo grade: aUNC cat: 58 comment: FRONT / "Liberty" BACK / Arms added: 24 months ago
Bankovky a státovky (1945-1953) 50 Kčs (Päťdesiat korun) 01/11/1945 to 31/05/1953 series: MD s.no: 841619 grade: VF cat: 62a comment: Front / General Milan Rastislav Stefánik. BACK / Arms added: 24 months ago
Bankovky a státovky (1945-1953) 100 Kčs (Sto korun ) 01/11/1945 to 31/05/1953 series: PN s.no: 158352 grade: XF+ cat: 63a comment: FRONT / Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk BACK / Hradčany (Castle district) and Charles Bridge across Vltava/Moldau River in Prague. added: 24 months ago
Bankovky a státovky (1945-1953) 100 Kčs (Sto korun ) (16/05/1945) - 01/11/1945 to 31/05/1953 s.no: 725181 grade: XF comment: FRONT / "Liberty" with Phrygian cap. added: 24 months ago
Bankovky a státovky (1945-1953) 1000 Kčs (Tisíc korun ) 16/05/1945) - 01/11/1945 to 31/05/1953 s.no: S. 07 B grade: 269632 cat: 74 added: 24 months ago
Státovky a bankovky (1953-1993) 1 Kčs (Jedna koruna) 01/06/1953 to 31/05/1960 series: SH s.no: 005209 grade: aUNC cat: 78a added: 24 months ago
Státovky a bankovky (1953-1993) 10 Kčs ( Desať korún) 01/02/1961 to 30/06/1988 series: S 03 s.no: 538310 grade: XF cat: 88b comment: FRONT / Slovakian Girls. BACK / Orava/Dam is a reservoir in northernmost Slovakia, forming the largest lake in Slovakia (35.2 km2). It was created by the construction of a dam between 1941 and 1953 on the former two sources of the Orava river. added: 24 months ago
Státovky a bankovky (1953-1993) 50 Kčs (Päťdesiat korún) 01/04/1965 to 30/06/1991 series: N 28 s.no: 318622 grade: VF+ cat: 90b comment: FRONT / Czechoslovak partisan and Russian soldier. BACK / "Slovnaft" refinery built in 1949, located in Bratislava/Preßburg/Pozsony. added: 24 months ago
Státovky a bankovky (1953-1993) 100 Kčs (Sto korun ) 01/12/1962 to 07/02/1993 series: Z 17 s.no: 591 489 grade: VF cat: 91b comment: Reprinted between 1990 and 1992, the ticket to the effigy of Klement Gottwald (#97) being unappreciated. FRONT / Worker, peasant woman BACK / Hradčany and Charles Bridge across Vltava/Moldau River in Prague. added: 24 months ago
Státovky a bankovky (1953-1993) 20 Kčs (Dvacet Korun) 01/04/1971 to 03/06/1991 series: L 78 s.no: 439758 grade: VF cat: 92 comment: FRONT / Scene of the Hussite Wars, also called the Bohemian Wars or the Hussite Revolution. BACK / Jan Žižka z Trocnova a Kalicha (1360–1424), Czech general and Hussite leader, follower of Jan Hus. added: 24 months ago
Státovky a bankovky (1953-1993) 10 Kčs ( Desať korún) 01/07/1986 to 31/07/1993 series: V 52 s.no: 478755 grade: vf cat: 94 comment: FRONT / Pavol Országh de Felsőkubin Hviezdoslav (February 2, 1849 - November 8, 1921) was a Slovak poet, dramatist, translator, and for a short time, member of the Czechoslovak parliament. BACK / Orava/Arwa mountains. added: 24 months ago
Státovky a bankovky (1953-1993) 20 Kčs (Dvacet Korun) 01/10/1988 to 31/07/1993 series: E 66 s.no: 460105 grade: aUNC cat: 95 comment: FRONT / John Amos Comenius (28 March 1592 – 15 November 1670) - was a Czech speaking, Moravian philosopher, pedagogue and theologian. BACK / allegorical scene - "Tree of education". added: 24 months ago
Státovky a bankovky (1953-1993) 50 Kčs (Päťdesiat korún) 01/10/1987 to 31/07/1993 series: F 63 s.no: 307164 comment: FRONT / Ľudovít Velislav Štúr (28 October 1815 - 12 January 1856), leader of the Slovak national revival in the 19th century. He organize the Slovak volunteer campaigns during the 1848 Revolution. He was also a politician, poet, journalist, publisher, teacher, philosopher, linguist and member of the Hungarian Parliament. BACK / View of Bratislava/Preßburg/Pozsony on Danube and Morava river. added: 24 months ago
Státovky a bankovky (1953-1993) 100 Kčs (Sto korun ) 01/10/1989 to 31/12/1990 series: A 19 s.no: 694385 grade: aUNC cat: 97 comment: Gottwald unappreciated, the banknote was quickly withdrawn from circulation. FRONT / Klement Gottwald (23 November 1896 – 14 March 1953) was a Czechoslovak communist politician and longtime leader of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSČ). He was Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia from 1946 to 1948 and President from 1948 to 1953. BACK / Lesser Town of Prague Castle with the bridge towers. added: 24 months ago