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This used 1,000 Hungarian pengo banknote was introduced in 1945 to address the hyperinflation of the pengo. It is a dark green and red note that is dated 15 July 1945 and signed by Thaly Zsigmond, KarOltvanyi Imre, and Farago Lajos. Its obverse side shows oak and olive branches flanking the crowned coat of arms of Hungary and a portrait of a woman with roses in her hair. Its reverse side shows guilloches and the denomination. The note does not have a security thread or a watermark. However, it has a red adhesive stamp in the front. Its dimensions are 185 mm x 90 mm.