Turkey banknotes 10 Livres 1926 Bounding wolf

Turkey banknotes Livres 10 Turkish lira Bounding wolf
Turkey banknotes - 10 Livres 1926 Bounding wolf - Turkey State Note of the Ministry of Finance AH 1341

Obverse: The Citadel of Ankara and a grey-wolf. Arabic legend and Law #701 of 30 KANUNUEVVEL (AH) 1341 at center.
Reverse: The Citadel of Ankara
Watermark: Kemal Atatrk.

Denomination : 10 "Ten Turkish Lira"
Quantity printed : TL.41.507.530
Issue date : 05.12.1927
Date of withdrawal : 16.05.1938
End of legal circulation : 15.05.1943
End of redemption period : 15.05.1948
Date of loss of value : 16.05.1948
Signatures : Mustafa Abdülhalik RENDA, Minister of Finance
Dimensions : 99 x 175 mm
Dominant colour: Obverse - Lilac, Reverse - Lilac
Printer: TDLR - Thomas de la Rue, London, England.
Very Rare Turkish note with this 10 Livre TDLR produced design always being quite popular with collectors.

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The Banknotes of the First Emission Group - Türk Lirası
The Committee chaired by Abdulhalik Renda, the Minister of Finance, decided to issue First Emission Group banknotes in the denominations 1, 5, 10, 50, 100, 500 and 1,000 Turkish Lira at the end of a nine month-study. The production of new banknotes was commissioned to an English printing firm, Thomas De La Rue, and these banknotes were printed by intaglio technique on papers with watermarks.
As banknotes of this emission group were printed before the Alphabet Revolution on 1 November 1928, their main text was in Arabic letters, whereas the denominations were in French.
Being as the first banknotes of the Turkish Republic, First Emission Group banknotes (E1) were put into circulation on 5 December 1927. Also, Evrak-ı Nakdiye were withdrawn from circulation on 4 December 1927, and lost their value as legal tender on 4 September 1928.

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