, The Banknote Register: CIS and Baltic Countries1991-2016, General IssuesSecond edition (English) Author: Dmitry Zagorenko (IBNS #11608, General Secretary of the Russian Chapter of IBNS).Editor: Dmitry Litvak (IBNS LM #204, President of the Russian Chapter of IBNS).Format: A4. Weight: 1,5 Kg.Hard cover with pressed gilding and book jacket band.344 full-color
Eesti Pank, the Bank of Estonia, has published the third part of Estonia’s money catalog. The first and second volumes of the catalog published in 2007 include banknotes and circulation and collector coins that were issued during both the first Republic (1918-1940) and after the monetary reform of 1992 in
According to a Bloomberg article dated 8 June 2010, European finance ministers backed Estonia’s bid to become the 17th country using the euro starting 1 January 2011. Time to start looking for kroon notes to fill the holes in your collections! Courtesy of Stein Langørgen.
To commemorate the 90th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia and the 16th anniversary of the re-introduction of the kroon, 30,000 notes were packaged in a special folder with a 1-kroon coin and sold for 200 krooni each. The 10-kroon note was designed by Vladimir Taiger and is based upon
B230 (P88): 100 krooni (US$7.10) Blue. Front: Estonian text; poet and playwright Lydia Koidula; nightingale bird from Koidula’s “Emajõe Ööbik” (The Nightingale of the Emajõgi River); bank logo. Back: Estonian text; lines from Koidula’s “Unenägu” (Dream); stormy waves crashing against a limestone cliff. Holographic stripe. Wide solid security thread with
On 19 September 2007, Eesti Pank announced that it would release into circulation renewed 25-, 100-, and 500-kroon banknotes during the next six months. The new 100-kroon (US$9) notes will be put into circulation at the end of 2007; the stock of 25- and 50-kroon banknotes will be renewed at