10 Perpera

10 Perpera -  obverse10 Perpera -  reverse

© Srđan Rakela

Features

Issuer Montenegro
King Nicholas I (1910-1918)
Year 1917
Value 10 perpera (10)
Currency Perper (1906-1918)
Composition Paper
Size 136 × 100 mm
Shape Rectangular
Demonetized Yes
Number N# 257711
Numista type number (https://numista.com)
References P# M151
Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. Modern issues 1961-present (25th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, USA.
And 2 more volumes.

Obverse

This text is in German language and describe the authority, the value and the exchange rate.

Reverse

Text is written simultaneously in language of Montenegro and Albanian. It describes what money can be converted into this banknote and what is the rate.

Lettering:
UPUTNICA
NA DESET PERPERA
u onim uputnicama na državnu blagajnu
iz emisije od 25. jula 1914. st. kal. ili
10. maja 1915. st. kal. ili 4. decembra 1915
st. kal., koje leže u javnim blagajnama
c. i kr. Vojne Uprave u Crnoj Gori.
Po vrijednosnom razmjeru utvrđenom u 1.
Naredbe Vrhovnog Vojnog Zapovjednika
od 16. juna 1916, broj 8 Vjestnika Naredaba,
iznaša vrijednost ove uputnice
PET ZVEČEĆIH PERPERA
ILI PET KRUNA
Za primanje ove uputnice važe zakonske odredbe
o dužnosti primanja perperskih uputnica. Na
javnim blagajnama primat će se uplate sa ovom
uputnicom po gore označenom vrijednosnom raz-
mjeru (3. Naredbe od 10.januara 1917., broj 20
Vjestnika Naredaba i članka II. Naredbe od
29. juna 1917, broj 29 Vjestnika Naredaba).

Cetinje, 1. juna 1917.

C. i kr. voj. generalni guverner
(signature)

Watermark

No watermark

Comments

Austro-Hungarian occupation in WW I - Army administration - convertable voucher issue.

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Date VG F VF XF AU UNC
1917-Jun-01  1. juna 1917.

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