Information about currency: Czechoslovak Koruna
|Currency name||Czechoslovak Koruna|
|Dates||1919 - 1993|
1 koruna = 100 haléřů (Czech, singular: haléř) or halierov (Slovak, singular: halier)
The Czechoslovak koruna (in Czech and Slovak: Koruna československá, at times Koruna česko-slovenská; koruna means crown) was the currency of Czechoslovakia from April 10, 1919, to March 14, 1939, and from November 1, 1945, to February 7, 1993. For a brief time in 1939 and 1993, it was also the currency in separate Czech and Slovak republics.
On February 8, 1993, it was replaced by the Czech koruna and the Slovak koruna, both at par.
The (last) ISO 4217 code and the local abbreviations for the koruna were CSK and Kčs. One koruna equalled 100 haléřů (Czech, singular: haléř) or halierov (Slovak, singular: halier). In both languages, the abbreviation h was used. The abbreviation was placed behind the numeric value.
|Czechoslovakia||Czechoslovak Koruna (pre-war)||1919||1939|