100 Czechoslovak Korun banknote 1961 (Karlův Most)
The State Bank of Czechoslovakia issued Czech Koruna banknotes in 7 different denominations,
including this 100 Czechoslovak Korun banknote 1961 (Karlův Most). They are part of the obsolete Czechoslovak korun banknotes series. The State Bank of Czechoslovakia started issuing
these 100 Czech Koruna banknotes in 1961. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1988.
This green coloured banknote of 100 korun from Czechoslovakia features a farm couple on the front side. The famous Charles Bridge (Karluv Most) in Prague is pictured on the back side of the ‘Sto Korun Ceskoslovenskych’ banknote.
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