1 Oct 1798, on thin white paper with watermarks were printed and put in circulation Depository receipts Banco giro di Venezia in denominations of 10, 50 and 100 ducats – a curious hybrid of the symbols of the former greatness of the Venetian Republic and the new government in the face of the Habsburg monarchy.
DUCATI DIECI (10), CEDOLA No. 4092 – coupon size 125 mm x 180 mm nominal value of 10 ducats. Written text promises a welcome coupon (CEDOLA) as real money (Come dinaro effettivo) in payment of tax, land and other charges 'in pagamento delle Contribuzioni dazariarie, fondiarie, e any'.
Text in Latin, watermarks - the image of the statue of a winged lion that stands in the Cathedral of St. Mark in Venice, the same statue – black font at the bottom of the coupon. Three approval signatures at the bottom - signori Giovanelli, Fovel, Schiantarelli also aurally perceived as an Italian surname, at least two of the three. Brown ink signatures and hand-written numbers coupon is work time, changed the initially violet color of the ink in brown with brown tint.