Banknotes from Dutch India

Dutch India refers to smaller areas of India under Dutch control, with each of those areas being under a different authority. The first Dutch colonies came to India around 1605, and throughout its history, the Dutch focused on trade. Starting after the 1750s, the Dutch areas of India began to decline, with each area being relinquished to the British so the French would not get them. The British officially acquired the last of the Dutch properties in 1825.
Wikidata: Q738078

See also: India, Netherlands

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50 Francs (Banque Cantonale Neuchâteloise)
1883-1905

Standard banknote
P# S410, Richt/Kunz# K72
50 Francs (Banque Commerciale Neuchâteloise)
1883-1906

Standard banknote
P# S413, Richt/Kunz# K75
100 Francs (Banque Commerciale Neuchâteloise)
1883-1906

Standard banknote
P# S414, Richt/Kunz# K74
500 Francs (Banque Cantonale Neuchâteloise)
1892-1899

Standard banknote
P# S412, Richt/Kunz# K70
To be deleted
1893-1906

Standard banknote
P# S415, Richt/Kunz# K73
To be deleted
1893-1906

Standard banknote
P# S415, Richt/Kunz# K73

Numista referee for banknotes of this issuer is Chatterjee_Soubhik.

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