150 lire Banco Ambrosiano

Features

Issuer Italy
Period Republic (1946-date)
Type Local banknote
Year 1977
Value 150 lire (150 ITL)
Currency Lira (1861-2001)
Composition Paper
Shape Rectangular
Demonetized Yes
Number N# 220648
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Series: Assegno

Obverse

Lettering:
Banco Ambrosiano
S.P.A. SEDE IN MILANO - TRIB. MILANO 3177 - CAP. L. 20.000.000.000 - RIS. L. 70.825.000.000

ASSEGNO CIRCOLARE NUMERO MILANO, XX/X/XXXX

IL BANCO AMBROSIANO PAGHERA' A VISTA PER QUESTO ASSEGNO CIRCOLARE
LIRE CENTOCINQUANTA

ALL'ORDINE _________________

BANCO AMBROSIANO
SEDE DI MILANO

VALE 150 LIRE VALE 150 LIRE VALE 150 LIRE
F GHEZZI - CORSICO (MI)

Translation:
Ambrosian Bank Ltd. Co. Headquarters in Milan - Milan Court (registration) 3177 - Capital: 20,000,000,000 Lire - Reserves: 70,825,000,000 Lire

Cashier's Check Number Milan, <date>

The Ambrosian Bank will pay One Hundred Fifty Lire for this cashier's check on sight.

by order of (payee)

Ambrosian Bank
Headquarters in Milan

*Value 150 Lire*Value 150 Lire*Value 150 Lire*

Reverse

Lettering:
GIRATE
"La Centrale"
Finanziaria Generale S.p.A.

IL PRESENTE ASSEGNO PUÒ CIRCOLARE SOLTANTO IN ITALIA

Translation:
Endorsement
"La Centrale" General Financial Ltd. Co.

This check may be circulated only in Italy

Comments

In Italy, in the 70s, to compensate for the lack of liquidity, many bank drafts were issued by many banks, worth between 50 and 350 Italian lire.

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Date VG F VF XF AU UNC Frequency
1977-Apr-14  40%
1977-Apr-15  60% "La Centrale" Finanziaria Generale S.p.A.

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