|Authority||De Surinaamsche Bank|
|Issue Start Date||1920|
|Issue End Date||1925|
|This Notes Issue Date||1920|
|Set Details||Consisting of following values released over the years: fl 10, 25, 50, 100|
|Width in mm||203|
|Height in mm||105|
|Security Features||watermark: SURINAAMSCHE BANK|
|Description Front||Drawn A. van der Vossen
Top left: Indian fishing
Top right: Farmer working in rice field
Bottom left: Worker on sugar plantation
Bottom right: Gold diggers working in a gold mine
|Description Back||Stuck into cardboard frame|
|Comments||This particular color trial is in red color. Notes issued for circulation were issued in green color.
Color Trial Proof of face
No color trials are known or recorded or even referred to in T.F.A. van Elmpt 1997-dated book 'Suriname Paper Currency Volume 1 - 1760 to 1957'
This particular illustrated collection was obtained from a private Sydney collection of the 1990s.
This note is not recorded in Stichting Museum Enschede, ABN/Amro Bank, Royal Dutch Numismatic Museum, Dutch National Bank or any other collection and is presumed unique.
|BNI Banknote Id||82127|
Catalog & Valuation Details
|Source||Catalog # / Reference||Value||Date of Value||Comments|
|12th Ed SCWPM General Issues||P-0075ct|