Banknotes of the Czechoslovak koruna (1945)

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1000 Kčs banknote, 1945

In 1945, four kinds of banknotes of Czechoslovak koruna were introduced. The first were issues of Bohemia and Moravia and Slovakia, to which adhesive stamps were affixed. Denominations issued were 100, 500 and 1000 korun. The second (dated 1944) were printed in the Soviet Union and were issued in denominations of 1, 5, 20, 100, 500 and 1000 korun. The third were locally printed notes issued by the government in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, 1000 and 2000 korun. The fourth were issues of the Czechoslovak National Bank, in denominations of 1000 and 5000 korun. The National Bank issued 500 korun notes from 1946, whilst the government continued to issue notes between 5 and 100 korun, the 1 korun note being replaced by a coin in 1946.

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  • Banknote demo pages from the website of the Czech Numismatic Association (Česká numismatická společnost):
War notes of the Soviet Red Army
Overstamped Slovak notes
Czechoslovak banknotes and treasury notes
  • Banknote demo pages from the "Paper Money of Czechoslovakia, Czech Republic and Slovakia" website (Papírová platidla Československa 1918-1993, České republiky a Slovenské republiky 1993 - 2008)
War notes of the Soviet Red Army
Overstamped war notes of the Soviet Red Army
Overstamped Slovak notes
Czechoslovak banknotes and treasury notes
Unissued Czechoslovak banknotes and treasury notes