>picture of a lion, the profile of a man, and a child. On the other side,
>Czech crest and a man in Army uniform. Prague May 2., 1929. Serie F. Has
>"Specimen" perforated on top, and "Slovensky Stat" stamped below that
>again. What kind of note is this?)
indicates it was overprinted for use in Slovakia after Germany annexed
the Czech lands in March 1939.
>only in German. January 2., 1912. Picture of a woman straing right
>ahead. Kind of green-gray. I always thaught Austrian-Hungarian money had
>the text in German and Hungarian, but not this one. Also, it is stamped
>"Deutch?sterreich. I believe that must be from 1938, when the Nazis took
>Austria, but I'm not as sure as I'd like to be)
non-German speaking parts split off to form parts of Czechoslovakia,
Poland, Yugoslavia, etc...