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Uruguay - 1971

75th Anniversary - Bank of the Eastern Republic of Uruguay

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United States
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Spain
Numismatics
November 4, 2014
The se-tenant set shows the reverse of an 1953 one peseta banknote and the obverse of an 1944 coin of one peseta. The coin stamp has a slight relief and a cool metallic touch. In addition, both stamps incorporate Augmented Reality (AR) technology, which allows smartphones capture an animation and video about the banknote and coin production at the National Mint.

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Israel 2015 Pension savings.

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Switzerland
Centenary of the National Bank
March 6, 2007
The designs highlight the security features of modern technology of banknote printing.


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Russian Federation
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Souvenir sheet is dedicated the Bank of Russia and shows copper, silver and gold coins Russia and the USSR

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Nicaragua
The 50th Anniversary of the Nicaragua Central Bank
January 6, 2010


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Germany
The Founding of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt
July 16, 1998
The European Central Bank (ECB) is the central bank for the euro and administers monetary policy of the Eurozone. The Treaty of Amsterdam established the bank in 1998, and it is headquartered in Frankfurt, Germany.


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Greece
125th Anniversary of the National Bank of Greece
March 30, 1966
Set of 4; one stamp shows an 1867 banknote of 25 Drachmai.


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Hungary
50th Anniversary of Hungarian Banknote Co.
January 16, 1976
The design shows a 5 peng#337; (1926) and a 500 forint (1947) banknote.


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Crimean Border Government

During the Russian Civil War, the Germans, taking advantage of the situation, marched troops from Ukraine into Crimea in Apr/May 1918 and established a Crimean puppet government lead by General Maciej Sulkevich. The region remained under German "protection" until the Germans were defeated in WW1 and withdrew their forces in Nov 1918.

After the Germans left, the puppet government was quickly disposed by an Anti-Bolshevik regime called the Crimea Border Government, led by Solomon Krym, a Kariate Jew and a former member of the Crimea state senate.

Although Krym was well liked by the local populace, he had little real power. After the defeat of the Germans and Ottomans in the war, Allied forces sailed into the Black Sea taking various strategic ports. The French Navy landed in Sevastopol along with other Crimean ports. The Crimean Border Government relied on the French forces for stability as their presence kept the Red Army out of Crimea. Krym also approached the leaders of the White Army for support of the new government, however the leader of the White Forces in South Russia, General Anton Denikin did not trust Krym's loyalty to their cause.

The French withdrew from Sevastopol on 15 Apr 1919, and signed an armistice with the Bolsheviks. Within a few days, the Red Army took over Crimea and the Crimean Border Government collapsed. Solomon Krym and his officials evacuated Crimea to France.

The Red Army was soon driven out by Denikin in June, but that is another story.

The 50 kopeck stamp / banknote was issued early in 1919 by the Krym Crimean Border Government. However, while these stamps were issued for postage, their primary use was as currency.



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Sri Lanka
60th Anniversary of Central Bank of Sri Lanka
August 27, 2010
The design shows the bank building and a banknote.


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Portugal
150th Anniversary of the Bank of Portugal
November 12, 1996
The design shows a stylized banknote with the original seal that painter Domingos Sequeira had created for Banco de Lisboa in 1846.


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Yugoslavia
75 Years of Postbank
October 31, 1996


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Australia 2016 50 Years of Decimal Currency

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Bolivia
75th Anniversary of the Central Bank of Bolivia
July 18, 2003
The design shows the emblem of the Central Bank; a 10 Bolivianos bill (1928), and a 200 Bolivianos bill (1986 - ).


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