Litwa, FOTO-PROJEKTY NIEOBIEGOWEGO 5 mustiniai 1920 (awers i rewers)

Litwa, FOTO-PROJEKTY NIEOBIEGOWEGO 5 mustiniai 1920 (awers i rewers)
Litwa, FOTO-PROJEKTY NIEOBIEGOWEGO 5 mustiniai 1920 (awers i rewers)
cena wywoławcza
~93 EUR
cena końcowa
~292 EUR

Photographic proof of 5 mustiniai 1920 (the largest denomination). In August 1919, the Cabinet of Ministers decided to name the national currency “muštinis“. The patterns of notes were to be designed by the artists A. Žmuidzinavičius and A. Galdikas and printed in Sweden. The project, however, was not carried out and the introduction of a national currency was postponed for more than 3 years. For more information about “muštinis“ see here.

Size: 132 x 72 mm; 133 x 67 mm.

Face and back together, on one plate of card-stock.

In 2014, the english auction house SPINK sold photographic archives of nowadays nonexistent printing works BRADBURY WILKINSON & CO. These archives included photographic copies of projects of notes, which were to be printed, but the project resulted in failure and, as a result, these notes never went into circulation.




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