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Hungary 50 Forint Banknote, 1986, P-170g, Used

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Hungary 50 Forint banknote from 1986 has a pick number P-170g, is in used condition, and features Prince Francis II Rakoczi.


  • SKU:
    HUNG170GC
  • Variety:
    Used
  • UPC/ISBN
    D083 001643
Serial Number: D083 001643
Category: Banknotes
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This used 50 Hungarian forint note is part of the first series of banknotes issued by the Hungarian National Bank that featured the Soviet coat of arms. It is a brown, blue, and orange note that is dated 4 November 1986 and signed by Fekete Janos, Timar Matyas, and Palkovics Rezso. Its obverse side shows the Soviet coat of arms and a portrait of Prince Francis II Rakoczi. Its reverse side illustrates early 18th-century Hungarian rebels called Kuruc battling Austrian soldiers called Labanc on horseback. The note does not have a security thread or a watermark. However, it measures 166 mm long and 72 mm wide.

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