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  • TGYM_96_120_60_2

    Pannonhalmi Főapátság

    Abbey in Pannonhalma. View, building, faith, worship.

  • TGYM_96_120_60_1

    Pannonhalmi Főapátság. Ebédlő

    Pannonhalmi Főapátság. Dinning room. View, faith.

  • csoportkép

    Hódmezővásárhely és Környéke Volt Leventék és Hadifoglyok Baráti Körének emlékkirándulása

    A Hódmezővásárhely és Környéke Volt Leventék és Hadifoglyok Baráti Köre emlékkirándulásokat szervezett tagjainak és családjainak a dunántúli szenvedéseik egykori színhelyeinek felkeresésére. 1991. július 4-én Bruckneudorfba utaztak az itt hősi halált halt levente bajtársaik emlékmű avatására. Másnap hazafelé meglátogatták a Pannonhalmi Bencés Főapátságot. A csoportkép az apátság előtt készült.

  • szükségpénz

    Pannonhalmi szükségpénz

    1000 pengő

    Emergency money is unofficial money-substitute issued by the state with use limited in space and time. It can only be used in emergency (war, inflation, collapse of the central power), when the national currencies cannot satisfy the needs of money circulation. For example, during the independence war of 1848-49 in Hungary, several cities issued their own currencies that could be used within the city. The ’golden age’ of emergency money issues was during World War I. and the period directly afterwards. Every lager and many restaurants, groceries and factories used this method to maintain money circulation privately. These emergency substitutes could be exchanged for goods and/or services only at the places of their issuers, and were not accepted at any other places.

  • szükségpénz

    Pannonhalmi szükségpénz

    100 pengő

    Emergency money is unofficial money-substitute issued by the state with use limited in space and time. It can only be used in emergency (war, inflation, collapse of the central power), when the national currencies cannot satisfy the needs of money circulation. For example, during the independence war of 1848-49 in Hungary, several cities issued their own currencies that could be used within the city. The ’golden age’ of emergency money issues was during World War I. and the period directly afterwards. Every lager and many restaurants, groceries and factories used this method to maintain money circulation privately. These emergency substitutes could be exchanged for goods and/or services only at the places of their issuers, and were not accepted at any other places.

  • szükségpénz

    Pannonhalmi szükségpénz

    50 pengő

    Emergency money is unofficial money-substitute issued by the state with use limited in space and time. It can only be used in emergency (war, inflation, collapse of the central power), when the national currencies cannot satisfy the needs of money circulation. For example, during the independence war of 1848-49 in Hungary, several cities issued their own currencies that could be used within the city. The ’golden age’ of emergency money issues was during World War I. and the period directly afterwards. Every lager and many restaurants, groceries and factories used this method to maintain money circulation privately. These emergency substitutes could be exchanged for goods and/or services only at the places of their issuers, and were not accepted at any other places.

  • szükségpénz

    Pannonhalmi szükségpénz

    20 pengő

    Emergency money is unofficial money-substitute issued by the state with use limited in space and time. It can only be used in emergency (war, inflation, collapse of the central power), when the national currencies cannot satisfy the needs of money circulation. For example, during the independence war of 1848-49 in Hungary, several cities issued their own currencies that could be used within the city. The ’golden age’ of emergency money issues was during World War I. and the period directly afterwards. Every lager and many restaurants, groceries and factories used this method to maintain money circulation privately. These emergency substitutes could be exchanged for goods and/or services only at the places of their issuers, and were not accepted at any other places.

  • szükségpénz

    Pannonhalmi szükségpénz

    10 pengő

    Emergency money is unofficial money-substitute issued by the state with use limited in space and time. It can only be used in emergency (war, inflation, collapse of the central power), when the national currencies cannot satisfy the needs of money circulation. For example, during the independence war of 1848-49 in Hungary, several cities issued their own currencies that could be used within the city. The ’golden age’ of emergency money issues was during World War I. and the period directly afterwards. Every lager and many restaurants, groceries and factories used this method to maintain money circulation privately. These emergency substitutes could be exchanged for goods and/or services only at the places of their issuers, and were not accepted at any other places.

  • szükségpénz

    Pannonhalmi szükségpénz

    5 pengő

    Emergency money is unofficial money-substitute issued by the state with use limited in space and time. It can only be used in emergency (war, inflation, collapse of the central power), when the national currencies cannot satisfy the needs of money circulation. For example, during the independence war of 1848-49 in Hungary, several cities issued their own currencies that could be used within the city. The ’golden age’ of emergency money issues was during World War I. and the period directly afterwards. Every lager and many restaurants, groceries and factories used this method to maintain money circulation privately. These emergency substitutes could be exchanged for goods and/or services only at the places of their issuers, and were not accepted at any other places.

  • szükségpénz

    Pannonhalmi szükségpénz

    5 pengő

    Emergency money is unofficial money-substitute issued by the state with use limited in space and time. It can only be used in emergency (war, inflation, collapse of the central power), when the national currencies cannot satisfy the needs of money circulation. For example, during the independence war of 1848-49 in Hungary, several cities issued their own currencies that could be used within the city. The ’golden age’ of emergency money issues was during World War I. and the period directly afterwards. Every lager and many restaurants, groceries and factories used this method to maintain money circulation privately. These emergency substitutes could be exchanged for goods and/or services only at the places of their issuers, and were not accepted at any other places.

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