Slovenia-banknote

Slovenia banknote

10 Apr 2018  Tue

Hobbies help to gain knowledge. Notaphily is such a hobby that will acquaint you with the numerous countries and their currencies.

Today let’s see a note from Slovenia, a country situated in central Europe. The country is located at the crossroads of main European cultural and trade routes. The territory is mostly mountainous and hence a mountain has been depicted on the banknote too!

Let’s see a denomination: 1 Tolar note issued in the year 1990.

Note specifications:
Obverse: Dark olive-green on light grey and light olive-green underprint. The Prince's Stone at Klagenfurt Landhaus at lower left. Representation of the dance of the Carniola bee on an underprint of honeycomb is seen at centre, with the denomination numeral set within interlaced ribbons.

Reverse: Triglav Mountain, the highest peak of the Julian Alps is depicted to left with serial number and denominational value to the right.

Signature: Dr. Marko Kranjec (Finance Secretary)

Watermark: Symmetrical designs repeated.

Image Courtesy: Mintage World