153, 19 April 1934) The physical specifications for the Cuban issue were roughly the same size as US notes – printed on the same Crane & Co.
Although the 5 guilder were only issued that year, the 1 guilder notes continued until 1920 and the 2½ guilder until 1927. 2009 January Orlando, FL FUN CAA Signature Currency Auction. C15072171A Wonderful margins surround this crackling fresh and superbly embossed Funnyback Ace.Approval is required at major stages in the design of any currency.BEP procedure at the time required an approval signature on the artist's renderings and proof mock-ups. Montoulieu served as an authorized delegate of the Cuban government during the design and engraving phases.There are series of 1934, 1934A, 1934B, 1934C, and 1934D.