Hungary

Hungary new sig/date (2013) 500-forint note confirmed

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500 forint, 2013. Like P196, but new date and new signatures (György Matolcsy and Ádám Balog). Unlike preceding issues, this not has only two, not three, signatures.

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Courtesy of G. Scheidl.

Hungary new sig/date (2013) 2,000-forint note confirmed

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2,000 forint, 2013. Like P198, but new date and new signatures (György Matolcsy and Ádám Balog). Unlike preceding issues, this not has only two, not three, signatures. This denomination has previously been confirmed dated 2013 with CA prefix and three signatures. This note with two signatures has prefix CC. It remains to be seen when the change-over took place.

Courtesy of Kevin Klauss.

Hungary new date (2013) 2,000-forint note confirmed

2,000 forint, 2013. Like P198, but new date.

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Courtesy of G. Scheidl.

Hungary new date (2012) 1,000-forint note confirmed

1,000 forinit, 2012. Like P197, but new date.

Courtesy of Peter Mosselberger (www.banknote.ws).

Hungary new date (2012) 10,000-forint note confirmed

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10,000 forint (US$45), 2012. Like P200, but new date.

Courtesy of Szilard Szemere.

Hungary turns cash to ash

According to an article on BBC dated 8 March 2012, Magyar Nemzeti Bank (Central Bank of Hungary) has come up with a unqiue way of getting rid of old banknotes. It compresses shredded notes into blocks containing $20,000 worth of old forint notes, then gives the blocks to charities to burn as heating fuel.

Courtesy of Aidan Work.

Hungary new sig/date (2011) 500-forint note confirmed


500 forint (US$2.75), 2011. Like P188, but with Omron rings, new signatures, and new date.

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Courtesy of banknoteshop@gmx.net.

Hungary new date (2011) 1,000-forint note confirmed


1,000 forint (US$5.35), 2011. Like Pick 195, but new date, new signatures, and Omron rings. This note has also been confirmed dated 2009 and 2010 with the same signatures.

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Courtesy of banknoteshop@gmx.net.

Hungary new sig/date (2010) 500-forint note confirmed


500 forint (US$2.55), 2010. Like P188, but new signatures and date.

Courtesy of Mikhail "Mike" Prizov.

Hungary new date (2007) 2,000-forint note confirmed


2,000 forint (US$8.90), 2007. Like Pick 190, but new date, new signatures, and Omron rings.

Courtesy of Bill Stubkjaer.

Hungary new date (2010) 1,000-, 2,000-, and 5,000-forint notes confirmed


1,000 forint (US$4.50), 2010. Like Pick 195, but new date, new signatures, and Omron rings.

2,000 forint (US$9.05), 2010. Like Pick 190, but new date, new signatures (as above), and Omron rings.

5,000 forint (US$22.60), 2010. Like Pick 191, but new date, new signatures (as above), and Omron rings.

Courtesy of Bill Stubkjaer and Szilard Szemere.

Hungary new date (2009) 10,000-forint note with Omron rings confirmed


10,000 forint (US$50.90), 2009. Like Pick 192, but new date, new signatures, and Omron rings.

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Courtesy of banknoteshop@gmx.net.

Hungary to replace 200-forint note with coin on 15.11.2009

On 15 June 2009, Magyar Nemzeti Bank issued a new 200-forint (US$1) coin which will replace the banknote of the same denomination beginning 15 November 2009, after which time the notes will remain redeemable for 20 years.

Hungary new date (2008) 2,000-forint note with Omron rings confirmed


2,000 forint (US$10.20), 2008. Like Pick 190, but new date, new signatures, and Omron rings.

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Courtesy of banknoteshop@gmx.net.

Hungary new dates (2008 and 2009) 20,000-forint notes with Omron rings confirmed


20,000 forint (US$102), 2008 and 2009. Like Pick 193, but new dates, new signatures, and Omron rings.

Courtesy of Christof Zellweger.

Hungary new date (2007) 2,000-forint note with Omron rings confirmed


2,000 forint (US$10.20), 2007. Like Pick 190, but new date, new signatures, and Omron rings.

Courtesy of Christof Zellweger.

Hungary new date (2008) 10,000-forint note with Omron rings confirmed


10,000 forint (US$50.90), 2008. Like Pick 192, but new date, new signatures, and Omron rings.

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Courtesy of banknoteshop@gmx.net.

Hungary new date (2008) 5,000-forint note with Omron rings confirmed


5,000 forint (US$25), 2008. Like Pick 191, but new date, new signatures, and Omron rings.

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Courtesy of banknoteshop@gmx.net.

Hungary new date (2007) 500-forint note with Omron rings confirmed


500 forint (US$2.30), 2007. Like Pick 188d, but new date, new signatures, and Omron rings.

This appears to be the earliest date of this denomination with Omron rings. However, this denomination was subsequently issued dated 2008 in varieties with and without Omron rings.

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Courtesy of banknoteshop@gmx.net.

Hungary issues notes revised with Omron rings



500 forint (US$2.15), 2008. Like Pick 188, but new date, new signatures, and Omron rings added to front and back in watermark field.

The 500-forint notes dated 2008 without Omron rings were issued bearing prefixes EA, EB, EC, ED. It appears the bank is resetting the prefixes back to EA for the newer issues.



1,000 forint (US$4.30), 2009. Like Pick 195, but new date, new signatures, Omron rings added to front and back in watermark field, black serial numbers instead of red ones, and a silver-holographic security thread instead of a golden-holographic one.

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Courtesy of banknoteshop@gmx.net

Hungary new date (2008) 500-forint note confirmed


500 forint (US$2.30), 2008. Like Pick 188d, but new date and new signatures (Dr. Karvalits Ferenc; Simor András; Dr. Király Júlia).

Courtesy of banknoteshop@gmx.net.

Hungary new date (2007) 20,000-forint note confirmed


20,000 forint (US$116), 2007. Like P193, but new date and new signatures (Henrik Auth, Zsigmond Járai, Surányi György).

Courtesy of Kevin Klauss.

Hungary issues new 500-forint note dated 2006


500 forint, 2006. Issued 20.10.2006, in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Hungarian revolution and war of independence. Front like Pick 188, but new back with Parliament building, the tri-color national flag with a hole, registration device, and three dots in upper right-hand corner for the partially sighted. Watermark contains inscription of “50. EVFORDULO 1956. OCTOBER 23.”
 
Courtesy of Magyar Nemzeti Bank, banknoteshop@gmx.net, and Cleophas Elmakias Schockemohle.

Hungary new dates (2005 and 2006) 1,000-forint notes confirmed


1,000 forint (US$5.25), 2005. Issued April 10, 2006. Like Pick 189, but new dates, new signatures (Péter Adamecz, Zsigmond Járai, Dr. György Surányi), copper holographic stripe, and iridescent stripe.

1,000 forint (US$5.25), 2006. Issued April 10, 2006. Like Pick 189, but new dates, new signatures (Henrik Auth, Zsigmond Járai, Dr. György Surányi), copper holographic stripe, and iridescent stripe.

According to my sources, a small batch of these notes were dated 2005 but now these are very hard to obtain and the majority of notes are dated 2006. The two dates also bear different signature combinations.
 
Courtesy of Magyar Nemzeti Bank and banknoteshop@gmx.net.

Hungary new date (2006) 5,000-forint note confirmed


5,000 forint (US$25.70), 2006. Like Pick 191, but new date and new signatures (Péter Adamecz, Zsigmond Járai, Dr. György Surányi).
 
Courtesy of banknoteshop@gmx.net.

Hungary new date (2006) 10,000-forint note confirmed


10,000 forint (US$51.45), 2006. Like Pick 192, but new date and new signatures (Péter Adamecz, Zsigmond Járai, Dr. György Surányi).
 
Courtesy of banknoteshop@gmx.net.

Hungary new date (2007) 1,000-forint note confirmed


1,000 forint (US$5.70), 2007. Like SCWPM 189, but new date and new signatures (Dr. Karvalits Ferenc; Simor András; Dr. Király Júlia).

Courtesy of banknoteshop@gmx.net.

Hungary new date (2007) 200-forint note confirmed


200 forint (US$1.10), 2007. Like SCWPM 187, but new date and new signatures.

Courtesy of Michael Reissner.