Czechoslovak Koruna


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Czechoslovak Koruna

The currency of the former Czechoslovakia. It was introduced in 1919 and remained until 1993 (with a six-year exception during World War II). After the breakup of Czechoslovakia it was replaced by the Czech koruna and the Slovak koruna.
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The first commemorative banknote in the history of the Czech Republic, titled The establishment of the Czechoslovak koruna, is also being issued today.