Czech Republic new 1,000-koruna commemorative note (B130a) confirmed introduced on 08.02.2023

This 1,000-korun banknote commemorates the 30th anniversary of the Czech National Bank. It is the same as the 2008-dated 1,000-korun banknote, but with overprints on front consisting of the Czech National Bank’s logo and a facsimile of a green CZK 1,000 banknote stamp dating from 1993. The anniversary logo contains the text “CNB” in gray ink, and “1993 / 30 / 2023” in blue-green color-shifting ink. A total of 200,000 notes will be available from 8 February 2023 with a limit of five notes per person. 

B130 (PNL): 1,000 korun (crown) (US$45)

Purple. Front: Horizontal ČNB / 1993 / 30 /2023 overprint; green M 1000 overprint; Czech text; open book; tree with exposed roots; cojoined ČR as registration device; linden leaf in green-to-gold OVI; historian and politician František Palacký. Back: Czech text; female eagle (symbol of Moravia and Silesia); Kroměříž chateau; coat of arms; stylized tree in shape of P. 3-mm puce-to-green windowed security thread with demetalized ČNB 1000 Kč. Watermark: František Palacký and electrotype linden leaf with 1000. Printer: STATNI TISKARNA CENIN, PRAHA. 158 x 74 mm. Paper.

a. 2008. Sig. 3: Tůma. Intro: 08.02.2023.

Courtesy of Jacek Stącel, Don Ludwig, and Stane Štraus (

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