List of People On Banknotes - Banknotes Out of Circulation - Romania

Romania


Currency: Leu (L, 1867–Present)
See also Banknotes of the Romanian leu.

Person Years of Birth/Death Reason for Honor Currency Denomination Obverse or Reverse Years of Circulation
Grigore Antipa 1867–1944 biologist; studied fauna and wildlife of the Danube Delta and the Black Sea Leu 200 L obverse 1992–1996
Nicolae Bălcescu 1819–1852 a leader of the Wallachian Revolution of 1848 Leu 100 L obverse 1952–1966
1966–1991
Lucian Blaga 1895–1961 poet, playwright, philosopher Leu 5,000 L obverse 1998–2002
Constantin Brâncuşi 1876–1957 sculptor Leu 500 L both 1991–1992
obverse 1992–1999
Ion Luca Caragiale 1852–1912 playwright, short story writer Leu 1,000,000 L obverse 2003–2007
Carol II 1893-1953 King 1930-1940 Leu 500 Lei obverse 1930-1940
1,000 Lei reverse 1931-1936
Alexandru Ioan Cuza 1820–1873 Prince of Moldovia and Wallachia, 1859–1862; Dominator of Romania, 1862–1866 Leu 50 L obverse 1952–1966
1966–1991
Decebal ??-106 last King of Dacia Leu 5,000 L obverse 1943-1947
100,000 L 1947
1,000,000 L
Mihai Eminescu 1850–1889 romantic poet Leu 1,000 L obverse 1991–1993
1993–1998
1998–2001
George Enescu 1881–1955 composer, violinist, pianist Leu 50,000 L obverse 1996–2002
2000–2004
2001–2007
Ferdinand I 1865-1927 King 1914-1927 Ban (1/100 Leu) 10 Bani obverse 1917-1918
25 Bani
50 Bani
Nicolae Grigorescu 1838–1907 painter; a founder of modern Romanian painting Leu 100,000 L obverse 1998–2004
2001–2007
Avram Iancu 1824–1872 leader in the Austrian Empire Revolutions of 1848-1849 Leu 5,000 L obverse 1992–1993
1993–1998
Nicolae Iorga 1871–1940 Prime Minister, 1931–1932 Leu 10,000 L obverse 1994–1999
1999–2002
2000–2007
Trajan 53-117 Roman Emperor, conqueror of Dacia Leu 5,000 L obverse 1943-1947
100,000 L 1947
1,000,000 L
Tudor Vladimirescu 1780–1821 revolutionary leader; led the Wallachian Uprising of 1821 and the Pandur militia Leu 1,000 L obverse 1947
1948-1951
25 L 1952–1966
1966–1991
Aurel Vlaicu 1882–1913 engineer, inventor, early pilot Leu 500,000 L obverse 2000–2007

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