ONE HUNDRED DISCOVERY: Paprov banknotes were invented in n. Europe it took

One hundred crowns in the form of two metal padestikorun t m tic thirty grams. A paper banknote of the same value is about one gram. A noticeable difference in the pocket. This is how the idea of ​​papermaking was once born. The series on the most significant human discoveries was published by Magazn Vkend.

Whether Marco Polo actually made it to the second half of the 13th century, or ended up somewhere in Turkey, there is controversy over the dark. Did he see that exoticism on his own, or did he collect the experiences of other traveling buyers in the book A Million?

Be that as it may, his travelogue brought Europeans the first to paint a picture of the distant world, from the time of Kublai. Including then surprising information about the local currency.

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In the Czech bakery from 1904Marco Polo pe:

In that town of Kambalu is the Mint of the Great Vladae, and it is thus understood that we have a time or that the Great Chn is really ingenious; explain it to me now. Consider, therefore, that two cash, as I tell you, take a circle from a tree called a moraine, and it is the tree, its leaf eroded by silk. I take a thin layer of shrub, which is between the thick bark and the tree, or, if you want, the nine inner ones, so that the shrubs make the leaves like paper, and they are black.

When the tickets are so made, you can make a small one that pays a little tornado, a different salary tornesello, a different silver bentsk, a different pl groe, a different two groe, a different pt and another ten, a different gold bentsk, another two, others , and so it goes and up to ten Byzantine gold.

And all these letters are provided with the peet of the Great Vlada, who gave them so many that he would pay for all his treasures with them. When these letters are made, they are used to make eternal wages, and to be distributed to all provinces and kingdoms and lands, they are submissive to him, and no one is allowed to reject them under penalty of death.

And it is true that all nations and lands that are subordinate to the Great God pay their pensions for all goods, pearls, silver and gold, the paths of stoves, and all things; and I say, that the letter, which is two for ten Byzantine gold, is not so much as one.

When someone breaks or breaks some of these things, he goes to the Mint of the Great Government, and immediately exchanges it for him, he is replaced by another, a beautiful and a new one, but with a hundred of them.

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In the 13th century, about which Marco Polo wrote, the small pepper pensions were behind history and even the first place in the world. Their development began in the 7th century with the Tang Dynasty, although at that time it was a question of credits, which were to relieve travelers from the treasuries.

The real papern of me, at the closed stent, is associated with the 11th century and the Song dynasty. Marco Polem also changed Kublaj. Europe had to repent, no matter what kind of paper the bills knew. The first real paper banknotes appeared in Europe in the 17th century.

In 1661, the Stockholm bank Johan Palmstruh started with them, and England, Scotland and France joined them. Only this money system brought with it a lot of uncertainties, so it gave the ground all the hall.

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In the Austrian part, we were also bites, the paprov pension was introduced and in 1762 by Maria Theresa. They were issued by the Vdesk central bank, which is why they were a bankruptcy, a bank account, after the Czech bank account. From him u is just a step to the banknote.

An independent Czechoslovak me was born from the moment of 1919, and in April our first hundred-crown pepper appeared. Her and some of the other paper pensions were designed by Alfons Mucha, who used portraits of his wife and daughter in their Art Nouveau hair.

Surprisingly for us, the late green Czechoslovak centenary from 1961 with a glory and a blacksmith’s on the front and Hradany on the other’s side surprisingly ranked among us. It was valid until 1993.

Czechoslovak hundred crowns from 1961