100 Luxembourg Francs Banknotes
- Highlights - Coins and Medals
currently not on display
Since the creation of the first Luxembourg paper notes in 1856, several institutions have been responsible for their issue: the International Bank in Luxembourg, the National Bank of Luxembourg, and the State of Luxembourg.
The reverse side of this banknote, issued by the State in 1934 during the reign of Grand Duchess Charlotte, shows the Adolphe Bridge, a landmark of the capital, and the building of the Spuerkeess (State’s Bank and Savings Bank). The museum’s collection of banknotes has been complete in particular since the integration of the former collection of the Spuerkeess in 2006. It includes many sets of banknotes, printing plates and rare specimens.