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100 Gulden 1977, Netherlands

in Krause book Number: 97
Years of issue: 16.03.1981
Edition: --
Signatures: Secretaris: F.F.Posthumus Meyjes, President: Jelle Zijlstra
Serie: 1977 - 1985 Issue
Specimen of: 28.7.1977
Material: Cotton fiber
Size (mm): 154 х 76
Printer: Joh. Enschede en Zonen, Haarlem

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100 Gulden 1977

Description

Watermark:

Watermark

The Common Snipe (Gallinago gallinago, Watersnip) is a small, stocky wader native to the Old World. The breeding habitat is marshes, bogs, tundra and wet meadows throughout northern Europe and northern Asia. It is migratory, with European birds wintering in southern and western Europe and Africa (south to the Equator), and Asian migrants moving to tropical southern Asia.

Built into the paper fibers, in the ultraviolet, are yellow.

Avers:

100 Gulden 1977

Watersnip

The Common Snipe (Gallinago gallinago) is a small, stocky wader native to the Old World. The breeding habitat is marshes, bogs, tundra and wet meadows throughout northern Europe and northern Asia. It is migratory, with European birds wintering in southern and western Europe and Africa (south to the Equator), and Asian migrants moving to tropical southern Asia.

Denominations in numerals top left and bottom right. In words on the right side.

Revers:

100 Gulden 1977

Poelsnip

The Great Snipe (Gallinago media, Poelsnip) is a small stocky wader in the genus Gallinago.

This bird's breeding habitat is marshes and wet meadows with short vegetation in north-eastern Europe including north-western Russia. Great Snipes are migratory, wintering in Africa.

On the background are daisies and poppies.

Top left are two windows (bulls eye). The first reminds a turbine or something similar. The second as a target.

Micro text at the left side in Dutch:

"Wetboek van Strafrecht Artikel 208

Hij die muntspeciën of munt- of bankbiljetten namaakt of vervalst, met het oogmerk om die muntspeciën of munt- of bankbiljetten als echt en onvervalst uit te geven of te doen uitgeven, wordt gestraft met gevangenisstraf van ten hoogste negen jaren."

Also in English:

"Penalty Code Article 208: He who imitates coins or notes of banknotes with the intention to issue for real, or have these coins or notes or banknotes issued for real, will be punished with imprisonment of up to nine years."

The complete penalty text is 3x printed, 1 x large letter height, 2x small letter height.

Denominations in numerals top right and bottom left.

Comments:

Designer: Ootje Oxenaar.

Issued into circulation at 16 March 1981.