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  • szükségpénz

    5 korona értékű budapesti szükségpénz

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    10 korona feliratú államjegy

    Hungarian treasury note, designed by Ferenc Helbing. The Chain Bridge and the Royal Castle of Buda on the face. Letterpress, by the State Press of Vienna. Known in a variety of colours. In circulation from July 11, 1921 to June 30, 1927.

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    1000 korona értékű szükségpénz

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    1 koronás szükségpénz

    A Nemzeti borozó étterem szükségpénze.

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    Ezer pengő

    Hungarian banknote from 1945. The plates were made by Giesecke und Devirent company of Leipzing before 1925.

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    A Magyar Folyam- és Tengerhajózási Rt. részvénye 200 koronáról

    Shares from the Hungarian National Museum. Shares first appeared in the economic life of the modern era of Europe. The ‘company limited by shares’ corporations became popular in the first half of the 19th century. After 1867, thousands of companies limited by shares were formed during the decades of the economic boom within the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. This form of companies remained an important actor of the economic life in the country until the socialization in 1949. The company limited by shares form appeared again in Hungary as of the last years of the socialist regime, in the second half of the 1980s. But at the beginning of the 2000s, the obligation of issuing shares on paper was abolished. The museum’s collection consists of about 2600 shares, of which we publish about 1600 pieces. We introduce the oldest shares of different issues of companies.

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    A Pesti Hazai Első Takarékpénztár-Egyesület részvénye 1000 osztrák értékű forintról

    Shares from the Hungarian National Museum. Shares first appeared in the economic life of the modern era of Europe. The ‘company limited by shares’ corporations became popular in the first half of the 19th century. After 1867, thousands of companies limited by shares were formed during the decades of the economic boom within the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. This form of companies remained an important actor of the economic life in the country until the socialization in 1949. The company limited by shares form appeared again in Hungary as of the last years of the socialist regime, in the second half of the 1980s. But at the beginning of the 2000s, the obligation of issuing shares on paper was abolished. The museum’s collection consists of about 2600 shares, of which we publish about 1600 pieces. We introduce the oldest shares of different issues of companies.

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    A Magyar Királyi Folyam- és Tengerhajózási Rt. összevont részvénye 5000 korona értékben

    Shares from the Hungarian National Museum. Shares first appeared in the economic life of the modern era of Europe. The ‘company limited by shares’ corporations became popular in the first half of the 19th century. After 1867, thousands of companies limited by shares were formed during the decades of the economic boom within the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. This form of companies remained an important actor of the economic life in the country until the socialization in 1949. The company limited by shares form appeared again in Hungary as of the last years of the socialist regime, in the second half of the 1980s. But at the beginning of the 2000s, the obligation of issuing shares on paper was abolished. The museum’s collection consists of about 2600 shares, of which we publish about 1600 pieces. We introduce the oldest shares of different issues of companies.

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    A Cyklop Építő- és Ingatlanforgalmi Rt. részvénye 10 pengőről

    Shares from the Hungarian National Museum. Shares first appeared in the economic life of the modern era of Europe. The ‘company limited by shares’ corporations became popular in the first half of the 19th century. After 1867, thousands of companies limited by shares were formed during the decades of the economic boom within the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. This form of companies remained an important actor of the economic life in the country until the socialization in 1949. The company limited by shares form appeared again in Hungary as of the last years of the socialist regime, in the second half of the 1980s. But at the beginning of the 2000s, the obligation of issuing shares on paper was abolished. The museum’s collection consists of about 2600 shares, of which we publish about 1600 pieces. We introduce the oldest shares of different issues of companies.

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    Az Első Budapesti Gőzmalom Rt. összevont részvénye 500 pengőről

    Shares from the Hungarian National Museum. Shares first appeared in the economic life of the modern era of Europe. The ‘company limited by shares’ corporations became popular in the first half of the 19th century. After 1867, thousands of companies limited by shares were formed during the decades of the economic boom within the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. This form of companies remained an important actor of the economic life in the country until the socialization in 1949. The company limited by shares form appeared again in Hungary as of the last years of the socialist regime, in the second half of the 1980s. But at the beginning of the 2000s, the obligation of issuing shares on paper was abolished. The museum’s collection consists of about 2600 shares, of which we publish about 1600 pieces. We introduce the oldest shares of different issues of companies.

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