Paper Money Book

The 100 Korun banknote (US$4.29 or €3.69) P-30 and BNP102, features a vibrant yellow hue and boasts dimensions of 194 x 84 mm. On its front side, the note showcases the illustrious figure of Karel Engliš alongside the imposing façade of the Czech National Bank. Adding to its allure, a holographic medal graces the note, bearing the profile of Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk, while an eagle soars in the background.

Turning to the reverse side, the banknote captivates with a depiction of the Clam-Gallas palace in Prague, its grand façade taking center stage. Flanking the palace’s beauty, two intricate sculptures of Atlants stand as a testament to artistic craftsmanship. To ensure its security, the banknote incorporates a solid security thread that features demetalized inscriptions of the years 1880 to 1981, interspersed with delicate flowers.

A watermark of Karel Engliš, accompanied by an electrotype flower and the numeral 100, further reinforces the note’s authenticity. The meticulous craftsmanship of this banknote is attributed to the esteemed Státní Tiskárna Cenin in Prague, Czech Republic (STC).

Marked with the date of issuance as March 30, 2022, the banknote bears the prefixes EQ and ET. A limited quantity of 20,000 pieces was produced, each bearing the signature of Jiří Rusnok – a symbol of its official validation. This intricately designed banknote stands as a testament to the rich history and culture of the Czech Republic, celebrating its remarkable figures and landmarks in a tangible form of art and value.

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