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50 Korun 1987, Czechoslovakia

in Krause book Number: 96a
Years of issue: 1987
Edition: --
Signatures: no signature
Serie: 1985 - 1989 Issue
Specimen of: 01.07.1986
Material: Cotton fiber
Size (mm): 142 х 67
Printer: STC-Prague. Statni Tiskarna Cenin, Praha

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50 Korun 1987



50 Korun 1987Linden leaves and stars.


50 Korun 1987

Ludovit SturThe engraving on banknote is made after this portrait of Ľudovít Štúr. The date and author of portrait are unknown.

Ľudovít Velislav Štúr (28 October 1815 - 12 January 1856), known in his era as Ludevít Štúr, was the leader of the Slovak national revival in the 19th century, the author of the Slovak language standard eventually leading to the contemporary Slovak literary language. Štúr was an organizer of the Slovak volunteer campaigns during the 1848 Revolution, he was also politician, poet, journalist, publisher, teacher, philosopher, linguist and member of the Hungarian Parliament.

Left - the eagle over Slovakian Tatras.

Centered, on the top is an emblem of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic.

coat czechoslovakia

In November 17, 1960 Act No.163 introduced a new national emblem (designed by M.Hegar), which was supposed to represent the so called "completion of the building of socialism" in Czechoslovakia. In fact, the emblem was at variance with the rules of heraldry, though it did at least preserve the lion as a symbol of the land of Bohemia.

The national emblem of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic is represented by a red shield in the shape of a Hussite pavis with a five-pointed star at the top and a white two-tailed lion rampant with a red escutcheon on its chest showing a blue silhouette of Mount Kriváò and a bonfire in gold color.

Bottom left are three Braille dots for visually impaired.

Denominations in numerals are on the left side vertically, top left and bottom right. In words centered.


50 Korun 1987

BratislavaView of the city and Bratislava Castle.

Bratislava Castle (Bratislavský hrad) is the main castle of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. The massive rectangular building with four corner towers stands on an isolated rocky hill of the Little Carpathians directly above the Danube river in the middle of Bratislava. Because of its size and location, it has been a dominant feature of the city for centuries.

The location provides excellent views of Bratislava, Austria and, in clear weather, parts of Hungary. Many legends are connected with the history of the castle.

BratislavaI am in Bratislava, near the New bridge, 27 of December 2014.

The view at Bratislava from the bridge of Slovak National Uprising (New Bridge) across the Danube River.

Right - grapes.

Denominations in numerals are on the right side vertically, top left and bottom right.


I got this note in Banská Bystrica, in the end of September 1991.

Designer: Albin Brunovsky.

Reverse engraver: Ladislav Skarban.

Obverse engraver: Vaclav Fajt.

Prefixes: F, I