Assegni Circolare (Italy)

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  1. George McClellan

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  3. lettow

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    Assegni Circolare is the name given to the checks issued 1943-45 for the small change shortage during the war. These were circulating cashier's checks.

    Mini-assegni is the term used for the 1976-78 issue because they are much smaller notes in size.

    Similar checks were issued in 1966 by the Banca d' Italia.
     
  4. George McClellan

    George McClellan Active Member

    and then there are the Argentine "Provincia"...
     
  5. George McClellan

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  6. George McClellan

    George McClellan Active Member

    Correctimundo!
     
  7. George McClellan

    George McClellan Active Member

    Just received flexible-square-plastic "encased" Italian stamps [50,100,150,200 L.] with an order of miniassegni (1975-1978):bucktooth:
    ...plastic having the logo "Banca Popolare Di Merano" and "Volksbank Meran".
    saw only circular 'encased' Italian stamps on google images.:jawdrop:
    Banca Popolare Di Merano/ Volksbank Meran is not on a popular list,but one of my paper miniassgne has that whole title printed as a 'beneficiary' (payee?).:bookworm:
    I don't now what to call them,yet.:hungry:
     
  8. George McClellan

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  9. George McClellan

    George McClellan Active Member

    I'm trapped!:bored:
     
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  10. George McClellan

    George McClellan Active Member

    I'd change the Title per lettow but, alas, editing is "out".

    I went to "source" (Paul Neumann) bottom left blue column
    Then to "italy"
    97 images , 10 per page:
    https://banknoteindex.com/browse.mhtml?browseBy=Id&browse=80277
     
  11. George McClellan

    George McClellan Active Member

    I spotted this 1978 date:

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