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Hungary 100 Pengo Banknote, 1945, P-111, Used

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Hungary 100 Pengo banknote from 1945 has a pick number P-111, is in used condition, and features King Matthias Corvinus.


  • SKU:
    HUNG111C
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    Used
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Category: Banknotes
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This used 100 Hungarian pengo banknote is a standard circulation banknote issued by the Hungarian National Bank. It is a purple and green banknote that is dated 5 April 1945, bear the signatures of Imre Oltvanyi, Thaly Zsigmond, and Farago Lajos, and measures 180 mm x 92 mm. Its obverse side features King Matthias Corvinus and oak and olive branches flanking the crowned coat of arms. Its reverse side shows the Budavari Palota (Buda Castle) and the Danube River. The note does not have a security thread or a watermark.

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