Netherlands Indies Currency 200 Gulden banknote 1938 Javanese Dancers

Netherlands Indies Currency 200 Gulden banknote 1938 Javanese Dancers, Prince and the Princess
Netherlands Indies Money Currency 200 Gulden banknote 1938

Currency of Netherlands Indies 200 Gulden banknote 1938 Javanese Dancers
De Javasche Bank - The Java Bank

Obverse: Javanese Dancers - The Prince and the Princess from Djokjakarta at left and right.

Reverse: The ornate guilloche rosettes. The face value of the banknote are in upper left and upper right corners.
  At left and right of the banknote, depicted the four scrolls on a white background, are warnings of punishment for forgery of banknotes:

at left - in Dutch and Javanese language.
at right - in Arabic and Mandarin (Chinese) language.

The title is repeated 3 times in different font sizes: "Het Namaken of verfalschen van bankbiljetten het opzettelijk uitgeven of in voorraad hebben van valsche of vervalschte bankbiljetten is strafbaar".
In English: "Deliberate falsification of banknotes or their storage and distribution will be punished by a fine."

Color: multi-colour with dancers in brown.
Watermark: Head of the Goddess of Justice and Truth.
Printer Joh. Enschede, Netherlands.
In circulation since 1938.