Ten days have passed since you were able to take part in the polls with your votes and choose the most beautiful thousand crowns of a century this time. How did you decide?
An important historical date for the collection of banknotes was again only 28, 1918, when an independent Czechoslovak Republic was established after the disintegration of Austria-Hungary. Thanks to the provisions of this milestone, there were a total of ten adepts in the offer, the oldest of which dates back to 1902. It is a so-called provisional bill, which was valid in the Austro-Hungarian monarchy and the stamp measures applied in the first cities of the independent Czechoslovak Republic. .
So let’s see how you decided on the thousand-koruna banknotes in the past two weeks.
The results of your vote HERE
1. Tiscikoruna 1934: 1689 votes
2. Tiscikoruna 1932: 903 votes
3. Tiscikoruna 1985: 641 votes
Photo gallery of all thousand crowns banknotes
From the very first moment, a thousand crowns from 1934 from the longtime Max Sababinsky and engraver Karel Wolf settled on the election of all candidates for victory. It must be added that first. Her creativity was honored in 1937 at the International Exhibition in Pai. She hit her big jump and horse in the first place and into the game itself.
You are the second city with a thousand-crowns from 1932. It also came from Max Vabinski. It was the first thousand crowns issued by the National Bank of Czechoslovakia, which was established on April 1, 1926.
This town was occupied by a thousand crowns called the people of Smetana (according to the depiction of Bedich Smetana on his lion). This relatively popular banknote dates from 1985 and was issued as part of the last issue of so-called brightly colored banknotes. Its author was prof. Albn Brunovsk. Thus, for the first time since the end of World War II, a banknote of this nominal value appeared in our money circulation. This year, some elements of banknotes, such as dollars, blind marks appeared, but still modern protective elements were missing.
On the contrary, the crown voucher from 1944 completely failed in the vote. These vouchers were the currency intended for military units and the Czechoslovak council on the liberated country. After the wolf, they were replaced by hundreds of London issues, specifically from November, when they began to pay officially on our country together with banknotes and hundreds of these in Czechoslovakia.