Croatia banknotes 1000 Croatian Kuna banknote of 1943.

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1000 Croatian Kuna banknote bill
Old currency of Croatia - 1000 Croatian Kuna banknote of 1943, issued by the Croatian State Bank Zagreb - Hrvatska Državna Banka. In circulation from September 1, 1943.
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Obverse: In the center - depiction of an Historic Frieze with horsemen and hunting scenes. The banknote face value is printed in words and there is the numerical indication of the denomination in the four corners of the banknote.
Reverse: In the center, two women in Croatian folk costumes. On the right and left of them in vignettes depicted: on the left - numerical denomination, right - the banknote face value is printed in words.

Dimensions: 176 x 80 mm. horizontal.
Color: dark brown on yellow and green background.
Printed in Leipzig Germany by Giesecke & Devrient.

The kuna was the currency of the Independent State of Croatia - puppet state of Nazi Germany established on a part of occupied Yugoslavia in the period between 1941 and 1945 during World War II. The word "kuna" means "marten" in Croatian and the same word is used for the current Croatian kuna currency.
The kuna was withdrawn from circulation from 30 June to 9 July, 1945 and replaced by the 1944 issue of the Yugoslav dinar at a rate of 40 kuna = 1 dinar.