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50 Franken, 1970

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Front: Girl at upper right

Back: Apple harvesting

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100 Franken, 1973

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Front: Boy with lamb

Back: St. Martin cutting his cape (to share)

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500 Franken, 1973

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Front: Woman looking in mirror

Back: Elders with four girls bathing

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1000 Franken, 1963

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Front: Female head at upper right

Back: Allegorical scene Dance Macabre

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10 Franken, (19)79

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Front: Leonhard Euler (1707-1783), Swiss mathematician

Euler was born and educated in Basel, Switzerland. He showed an early talent for mathematics and languages. He worked as a professor of mathematics in St. Petersburg and later in Berlin. He is considered to be one of the greatest mathematicians of all time.

Back: Water turbine and solar system

 

Leonhard Euler

Leonhard Euler

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10 Franken, (20)10

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Front: Charles Edouard Jeanneret-Gris, better known as Le Corbusier (1887-1965), architect, designer and one of the pioneers of modern architecture

Back: Modular measuring system; Buildings in Chandigarh (Punjab) designed by Le Corbusier

Courtesy yuri

 

20 Franken, (20)08

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Front: Arthur Honegger (1892-1955), Swiss composer

Back: Trumpet valves; steam locomotive wheel; piano keys

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50 Franken, (20)06

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Front: Sophie Taeuber-Arp (1889-1943), Swiss artist, painter, sculptor, and dancer

Back: Art works by S. Taeuber-Arp

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100 Franken, (20)07

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Front: Alberto Giacometti (1901-1966), Swiss sculptor, painter, draughtsman, and printmaker

Back: Bust "Lotar II" and repeated sculpture "Homme qui Marche I" by A. Giacometti

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200 Franken, (20)06

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Front: Charles Ferdinand Ramuz (1878-1947), a French-speaking Swiss writer

Back: Diablerez massif; Lavaux area (Lake Geneva); Extract of manuscript "Souvenirs sur Igor Strawinsky"

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1000 Franken, (20)06

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Front: Jacob Burckhardt (1818-1897), Historian of art and culture

Back: Window of Palazzo Strozzi in Florence; Fragment of Burckhardt's "Weltgeschichtliche Betrachtungen"; Rotunda of the Pantheon in Rome; Fragment of the Pergamon altar

Courtesy noteshobby

 

20 Franken, (20)15 (2017) Hybrid Polymer

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In the ninth banknote series the Swiss National Bank is breaking new ground on the design front - it is moving away from the depiction of well-known personalities altogether. Each note in the new series depicts a typically Swiss characteristic, which is then illustrated graphically using a key motif. Each characteristic is communicated via an action, a Swiss location and various graphic elements. The inspiration behind the new banknote series is "The many facets of Switzerland".

The 20 Franken note focuses on Switzerland's creativity - expressed by light, the note's key motif.

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50 Franken, (20)15 (2016) Hybrid Polymer

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In the ninth banknote series the Swiss National Bank is breaking new ground on the design front - it is moving away from the depiction of well-known personalities altogether. Each note in the new series depicts a typically Swiss characteristic, which is then illustrated graphically using a key motif. Each characteristic is communicated via an action, a Swiss location and various graphic elements. The inspiration behind the new banknote series is "The many facets of Switzerland".

The 50 Franken note focuses on the wealth of experiences Switzerland has to offer - expressed by the wind, the note's key motif.

Courtesy develi

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Switzerland, located in central Europe north of Italy and south of Germany, is a Confederation whose constitutions of 1848 and 1874 established a union modeled upon that of the United States. For a more detailed country profile, see CIA World Factbook on Switzerland.

 

 

 

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