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Designs that were used on coins and banknotes from the same issuer

Started by <k>, November 30, 2018, 12:02:30 AM

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The Guernsey pound coin features a detail from the Guernsey pound note.

Edge inscription: "BAILIWICK OF GUERNSEY".



A Guernsey pound note, showing the pound sign, as seen on the coin.
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Sierra Leone.
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East Africa and Uganda Protectorates, 50 cents, 1909.

See: British Empire: East Africa and Uganda Protectorates.


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Paraguay. The obverse of the 1 guaraní coin of 1975 onward depicted a Paraguayan soldier.




Here you see the soldier on a 1 guaraní banknote.
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The obverse of the 5 guaraníes coin depicted a Paraguayan woman.




Here you see the same design on an old banknote of the 1950s.
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The obverse of the 10 guaraníes coin featured Eugenio Alejandrino Garay Argaña (1875-1937).

He was a Paraguayan general who fought in the Chaco War (1932-1935) between Paraguay and Bolivia.




The design had originally appeared on an old banknote of the 1950s.
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The Paraguayan 50 guaraníes coin. The obverse features Marshal José Félix Estigarribia Insaurralde.




Here we see the old banknote from the 1950s on which the design was based.
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In 1990 the 100 guaraníes coin was first issued.

Its obverse depicted José Eduvigis Díaz Vera (1833-1867), a famous Paraguayan general.




Here is the old banknote on which the coin design is based.
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The reverse of the 100 guaraníes coin depicted the ruins of Humaitá Church.






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Paraguay. In 1997 a new denomination of 500 guaraníes was issued.

The obverse depicted General Bernardino Caballero, President of Paraguay from 1881 to 1886.




An old 500 guaraníes banknote of had once featured the portrait of General Bernardino Caballero.
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Paraguay. The obverse of the 1000 guaraníes coin, first issued in 2006.

It depicts Marshal Francisco Solano López, President of Paraguay from 1862 to 1870.




Here is his portrait on an old Paraguayan banknote.
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The reverse of the 1000 guaraníes coin.

The design depicts the Pantheon of National Heroes.




Here you see the Pantheon on an old Paraguayan banknote.


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Quote from: <k> on November 30, 2018, 12:20:51 AM
East Africa and Uganda Protectorates, 50 cents, 1909.

The coin is dated 1909 and the banknote is dated 1943. How could this then be a coin design taken from a banknote. Looks like a banknote design taken from a coin.