Austria 1000 Kronen 1902 P61 GVF-EF

Although these large 1000 kronen note bear the date 1902, they were actually issued in 1919 (P59 & P61) At the end of the First World War, the Austrian Hungarian Empire was broken up and Austria became an independent Republic. They are densely engraved in blue. The fronts both feature a young girl in a frame with garlands of flowers in her hair. A crowned double headed eagle is at the centre. On one, the back mirrors the front design (P59) while the other has the young girl featured to the left and right with a patterned design below(P61) Available separately or as a pair.
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SKU: WAU1447
£7.50
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