Croatia issues commemorative note

While Croatia is licking its wounds after being screwed by the Japanese referee defeated by Brazil last night at the World Cup 2014, the National Bank of Croatia has issued a new commemorative note on 30 May 2014. The 20 kuna note commemorates the 20th anniversary of the introduction of the Croatian currency kuna and lipa.

On the commemorative motif: "on the left side of the banknote, at the position of the watermark with the portrait of Josip Jelacic, the microtext "DVADESETA OBLJETNICA HRVATSKOGA NOVCA KUNE I LIPE 2014." runs in thirty-four continuous vertical lines, creating a rectangle with some letters and numbers bolded to form number "20" and the inscription "OBLJETNICA" printed in iridescent colour in three lines over the rectangular base; the dominant colour of the background is reddish violet."

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Update: the National Bank also has a commemorative set for sale with the 10 and 20 kuna banknotes!

Steven Friday 13 June 2014 at 09:32 am | | news
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