WORLD BANKNOTES 360 - HUNGARY

Many of Hungary's Finest Specimen & Proof Banknotes

 

Hungary was a part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire until 1926, during which time the monetary system was based on the Korona (100 Filler).  During the subsequent two decades, the Pengo replaced the Korona.  After World War II, the country’s currency became the Forint.

 

The banknotes from Hungary that we offer for sale are HERE.

 

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Examples of Trophy-Grade World Banknotes - Hungary

(The notes below are not for sale; follow the link above right to view notes from Angola that we offer for sale.)

 

World Banknotes/Hungary • Magyar Nemzeti Bank (Budapest) • 10 Pengo

Pick Unlisted Face Proof • 1943 • WB360 67 EPQ (PMG population: 0 in any grade)

 

World Banknotes/Hungary • Magyar Nemzeti Bank • 1000 Pengo

Pick Unlisted Face Proof • ND (1943) • WB360 67 EPQ (PMG population: 0 in any grade)

 

World Banknotes/Hungary • Magyar Nemzeti Bank • 10 Forint

Pick 168 Specimen • 1969 • WB360 66 EPQ (PMG population in this grade: 1; 1 higher)

 

World Banknotes/Hungary • Magyar Nemzeti Bank • 50 Forint

Pick #170 Specimen 2 • 1969 • WB360 65 EPQ (PMG population in this grade: 1; 3 higher)

 

World Banknotes/Hungary • Magyar Nemzeti Bank • 100 Forint

Pick #171 Specimen 3 • 1968 • WB360 65 EPQ (PMG population in this grade: 2; 0 higher)

 

World Banknotes/Hungary • Magyar Nemzeti Bank • 500 Forint

Pick #172 Specimen 2 • 1980 • WB360 67 EPQ (PMG population in this grade: 1; 0 higher)

 

World Banknotes/Hungary • Magyar Nemzeti Bank • 100 Forint

Pick #174 Specimen 1 • 1993 • PMG 68 EPQ (PMG population in this grade: 1; 0 higher)

 

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