In 1992, the Bank of Slovenia introduced the following banknotes (10 tolarjev, 20 tolarjev, 50 tolarjev, 100 tolarjev, 200 tolarjev, 500 tolarjev, 1000 tolarjev, 5000 tolarjev, 10000 tolarjev), all of which feature notable Slovenes. The banknotes were designed by Miljenko Licul and coauthors, whereas portraits were drawn by Rudi Španzel. They were printed by the British company De La Rue on paper produced in Radeče, Slovenia.
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The main design of the reverse of the banknote is the engraving of the chrysanthemum. Part of the original handwriting of the writer is printed across the central part of the banknote.
The banknote with the date of issue June 28, 1994: on the left of the chrysanthemum there is a writing quill in optical variable colour.
The banknote with the date of issue January 15, 2003: in the left, upper part of the chrysanthemum a new iridescent security feature is added.
Size: 156 x 78 mm
Date of issue: June 28, 1994., January 15, 2000., January 15, 2003., January 15, 2004.
Put in circulation: March 15, 1995., June 19, 2000., October 13, 2003., April 4, 2005
Out of circulation: January 15, 2007
Valueless: exchangeable without time limit
Ivan Cankar (10 May 1876 – 11 December 1918) was a Slovene writer, playwright, essayist, poet and political activist. Together with Oton Župančič, Dragotin Kette, and Josip Murn, he is considered as the beginner of modernism in Slovene literature. He is regarded as the greatest writer in the Slovene language, and has sometimes been compared to Franz Kafka and James Joyce.