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SCARCE BANKNOTES OF THE SHORT-LIVED REPUBLIC OF AFGHANISTAN 

Afghanistan 1000 Afghani note of Mohammad Daoud Khan 1973-1978
In 1973 Muhammad Daud Khan (also known as Mohammad Daoud Khan) overthrew his cousin and brother-in-law, the king of Afghanistan, and declared himself President of Afghanistan.  Though he did not claim the title of the Shah, he retained many of the Shah's powers. He initiated a number of progressive policies, including the expansion of the rights of women.  He suppressed the radical Islamic fundamentalists, whose leaders found refuge in Pakistan and who were supported encouraged by the Pakistan government.  Though initially aligned with the Soviet Union, he began to push for increased relations and trade with other Muslim nations  and the United States.   In 1978, he was assassinated in a coup that was supported by the Soviet Union, which was afraid of losing its influence over Afghanistan.  This six note set of Muhammad Daud Khan includes the 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 Afghani dating between 1973 and 1977. The notes all bear his portrait on the left, and a watermark of him on the right.  The reverses of the notes features various Afghan vignettes.   The 10 Afghanis pictures the Arch at Qila'e Bost.  The 20 Afghanis shows a scene of Kabul featuring a canal.  The 50 Afghani features 3 men riding yaks.   The 100 Afghani features the Friday Mosque in Herat.  The 500 Afghani features a fortified village and is brown.  The 1000 Afghani features the Mosque of Mazar-e Sharif.  The lower denominations are AU- Uncirculated, the higher denominations are VF to AU.  The set catalogs for over $40, however our price is MUCH less.
Item PM-AF-DAUD6 AFGHANISTAN 6 NOTE SET 10-1000 AFGHANIS, 1973-77, ( P47-50,52-53) VF-UNC. $17.50


WWI AUSTRIAN POW CAMP NOTERestocked

Austria Aschach Prisoner of War Camp 20 Heller note (circa 1916)This 20 Heller note was issued for the Aschach A.D. Prisoner of War camp during World War I.   The camp was located near the small town of Aschach an der Donau, which is in Upper Austria on the Danube River. The POW Camp primarily held Officers and Non-commissioned officers from Serbia and Montenegro. The Serbian government estimated some 6000 of its citizens died at the camp due poor living conditions, lack of hygiene and inadequate medical care.  Today Aschach is a town of about 2000 people, which is not much larger than it was during the Great War. The undated note has the same design on the front and back, featuring a "modern" Austrian eagle. The light blue note was issued from about 1916 to 1918.  It measures 110 x 70mm.
Item PM-AU-POW AUSTRIA, ASCHACH POW CAMP 20 HELLER AU-UNC. $15.00


HISTORIC AUSTRIAN NOTGELD NOTES

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With the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire following World War I, hundreds of local communities briefly issued their own emergency currency, known as notgeld, for use within the town.  These notes are denominated in Heller and usually depict scenes of the issuing community.  They are an inexpensive, interesting and historic collectable. Most of the notes are dated 1920 and most grade AU to Unc.  Every lot is different, with few duplicates between lots.
Item PM-AU-NOTx10 10 DIFFERENT AUSTRIAN NOTGELD NOTES $8.00
Item PM-AU-NOTx50 50 DIFFERENT AUSTRIAN NOTGELD NOTES $40.00
Item PM-AU-NOTx100 100 DIFFERENT AUSTRIAN NOTGELD NOTES $79.50



THE (ALMOST) PERFECT CRIMEWholesale prices available to dealers

Bahrain 20 Dinar Unauthorized issueThis Bahain 20 Dinar banknote was part of what was an almost perfect crime that threatened the stability of the economy of Bahrain. The note was the largest denomination issued by Bahrain.  In late 1997 a group of con-men approached a South American banknote manufacturer with a forged order from the Bahrain Monetary Agency for several million of the current Bahrain 20 Dinar banknote, which had been introduced in 1993. The manufacturer, believing the men and their order to be legitimate, carefully created printing plates from an original note and secured 8 tons of banknote paper with the original watermark and security threads from the French manufacturer that had provided the paper for the original printing of the notes.  The notes were printed in May 1998. During the first week of June huge quantities of the 20 Dinar banknotes were presented to branches of the Bahrain Monetary Agency and there were a number of currency transactions involving Bahraini Dinars in Lebanon and Europe.  Careful examination of the notes being presented showed subtle difference from the notes that had been in circulation.  Calls were made to Thomas de La Rue, the original printers of the note to see if they had altered the plates.  It was soon determined that they had not printed the notes, therefore the new notes must be forgeries.  On June 8 the Bahrain Monetary Agency announced the discovery of the forged notes.  Individuals that had accepted the forged notes had a week to exchange them. Bahrain soon ordered the withdrawal of all existing 20 Dinar banknotes in circulation and a new 20 Dinar note, bearing the same design but different colors, was introduced.  The forged notes, having been printed by a security banknote printing firm using the latest equipment and using the same paper as the legitimate notes made them the almost perfect forgery.  The biggest difference was that the South American firm had a different numbering machine, thus the forged notes have a larger gap between the two Arabic letters to the left of the serial number on the right hand corner of the front of the note than the original notes. Considering that the original notes had a face value of about $60 and catalog for $80, the price for this scarcer, unauthorized issue is quite reasonable.
Item PM-BH-16a BAHRAIN 20 DINAR P16 UNAUTHORIZED PRINTING, CU $13.50

ODD DENOMINATION BANKNOTES FROM BURMA  Restocked

Burma banknote set: P62, P63, P64 & P65
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This set of four banknotes from Burma includes rather odd denominations.  Included is the 15 Kyats, 35 Kyats, 45 Kyats and 75 Kyats.  The 75 Kyats was issued in 1985, supposedly to commemorate Dictator General Ne Win’s 75th birthday.  In August 1986 the 15 and 35 Kyat notes were introduced. In September 1987 the 35 and 75 Kyat notes were suddenly demonetized without warning or compensation and later that month the 45 Kyat note was introduced. The resulting economic disturbances led to serious riots that forced Ne Win from office.   The odd denominations were supposed to somehow discourage black market activities; however they may have been tied to Ne Win’s predilection for numerology.  The 45 Kyat note pictures Po Hla Gyi who led oil field workers in a revolt against the British prior to World War II.  The back depicts oil workers and an oil field.  The other notes have various portraits of General Aung Sa, who is considered to be the Father of modern-day Burma. The backs feature Burmese cultural icons.  The notes are technically Uncirculated, however the 75 Kyat has rust stains and minor discoloration.  The other notes have staple holes as the notes are stapled in bundles by the bank.
Item PM-BURMA4 SET OF 4 BURMA BANKNOTES: 15,35,45 & 75 KYATS, P62-65 10.00


X - RATED $3 DOLLAR BILL FROM THE COOK ISLANDS Restocked

Front of Cook Islands 3 Dollar BillCook Islansd 3 Dollar bill
This Cook Islands three dollar bill is rather interesting.  The front features a nude woman riding a shark.  The picture illustrates the mythical story of Ina, who rode a shark to be with her lover Tinirau, the god of the ocean.  The reverse shows a statue of the very well endowed god Te-Rongo and an outrigger canoe.  All this on an unusual 3 Dollar denomination note.   The undated note was issued from 1987 until 1991 and is Uncirculated.
Item PM-CK-3 COOK ISLANDS 3 DOLLAR BILL, P3 UNC. $7.00

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HISTORIC OLD COSTA RICAN BANKNOTE 

Banco Anglo-Costarricense 5 Colon banknote
The Banco Anglo-Costarricense was a privately owned bank founded in 1863.  Until 1917 it was one of four private banks that were authorized to issued currency for Costa Rica.  It was later taken over by the government and operated until 1994, when it was shut down due to losses and corruption.  After losing its privlege to issue currency in 1917, it stored unissued notes in its vaults for many years.   This colorful 5 Colones note was printed by Bradbury Wilkinson in London.  It is dated January 1, 19__ (to be filled in later).   The note is crisp Uncirculated. 
Item PM-CR-5COL BANCO ANGLO-COSTARRICENSE 5 COLONS PS122 UNC. $10.00



SERBIAN KRAJINA & CROATIA AT WAR Wholesale prices available to dealers

Serbian Kranjina 5 Million Dinara 1993Croatia 100000 Dinara 1993
With the collapse of Yugoslavia, the Serbian portions of Croatia declared independence from Croatia, even before Croatia declared itself independent from Yugoslavia.  The Serbs formed the Republic of Serbian Krajina and had their capital at Knin.  A brutal war broke out, and both Croatia (Republika Hrvatska) and Serbian Krajina suffered from severe inflation as they tried to finance themselves by printing money.  Krajina was defeated in 1995 and reincorporated into Croatia.  The Orange 1993 Serbian Krajina 5,000,000 Dinara note feature the Knin fortress on a hill on one side, and the Serbian arms on the other.  The Croatia 50,000 Dinara and 100,000 Dinara are dated 1993.  Both feature Croatian astronomer, physicist, mathematician, and philosopher Roger Joseph Boscovich.  Boscovich is famous for his atomic theory.  In 1753 he discovered the absence of atmosphere on the Moon.  The reverse of the notes have the Statue of "Glagolica Mother Croatia".
Item PM-HR-R24 SERBIAN KRAJINA 5 MILLION DINARA 1993 AU $3.50
Item PM-HR-SET2 CROATIA 50,000 & 100,000 DINARA 1993 P26 & 27 UNC. $3.00


NEWCOLORFUL OLD FRENCH INDO-CHINA NOTE

French Indo-Chna 1 Piastre banknote (1936) P54b
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This colorful French Indo-China 1 Piastre note was issued for what was then the French colonies of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. The front depicts a young woman and a pavilion.  The back features a young man carrying baskets of fruit over his shoulder and cattle. The note has a watermark of Hermes or Mercury and measures 127 x 80mm  The note has legends in five languages: French, Chinese, Vietnamese Lao and Khmer.    The undated note was issued in 1936.  It is an attractive and colorful old note.
Item PM-FIC-1P FRENCH INDO-CHINA 1 PIASTRE NOTE (1936) P54b AU-UNC $12.00

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WORLD WAR I GERMAN MILITARY LEADERS ON BANKNOTE

Bad Kruznach 50 Pfennig note 1917-1918
The German town of Bad Kreuznach is noted for its radon inhalation and radon spas. For many years radon was used for reducing pain of rheumatism and treatment of many other ailments. Today it is known for being a major cause of cancer.  During the winter of 1917-1918 Kaiser Wilhelm moved the German High Command to Bad Kreuznach in order to take advantage of the spas.  One side of this crudely printed Bad Kreuznach 50 Pfennig note depicts the three leaders of the German High Command: Kaiser Wilhelm II, Field Marshal Paul von Hindenburg and General Erich Ludendorff.  The note bears the dates "1917 1918" and the city’s coat-of-arms.  The other side has a picture of a bridge and a spa. The Uncirculated note measures approximately 100mm x 75mm (4” x 3”).
Item PM-KREUZNACH BAD KREUZNACH 50 PFENNIG NOTE, 1917-1918 UNC. $6.00

BILLION MARK NOTE FROM GERMANY

Germany 1,000,000,000 Mark October 20, 1923Germany’s inflation rate started soaring in 1922.  The price of a loaf of bread went from 3.50 Mark in June 1922 to 80 Billion Mark a loaf in November 1923. The German government continued to print ever higher denominations to keep up with the demand for money, which only made inflation worse.   A 1 Milliarde (Milliarde = 1 Billion = 1,000,000,000) Mark note was issued dated October 20, 1923.  The small (127mm x 61mm, 5” x 2.4”) note is printed on only one side.  The note features the denomination in words with a blue-green underprint. The massive inflation and economic turmoil wiped out much wealth of the German middle class, paving the way for Hitler’s rise to power. It is an historic reminder of what happens when a government creates too much money!  
Item PM-DE-1B GERMANY 1 MILLIARDE (BILLION) MARK NOTE, OCT. 1923, P122 XF $6.00

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HELL BANK NOTES

Hell Bank Notes
Hell Bank notes, also called "Spirit Money" are used in funeral ceremonies in many far-eastern countries to provide money and goods in the afterlife for the dead person.  The term "hell" just designates the place where the dead go, and does not carry the negative connotations that it does in the Christian world. A wide variety of notes have been produced, and make an interesting and inexpensive area to collect.  We assembled a collection of 10 different Hell Bank Notes from China and Vietnam. It includes both traditional style notes exchangeable for goods in the afterlife and modern,  multi-color currency style notes. 
Item PM-HELL10 COLLECTION OF 10 DIFFERENT HELL BANK NOTES $4.00

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BANKNOTES OF THE PRIVATE BANKS OF HONG KONG

Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank 20 Dollars 1997 P201cStandard Chartered Bank 10 Dollars 1995 bank note P284bBank of China 20 Dollars 1998 banknote P329d
Hong Kong is one of the few places left in the world where private banks are still allowed to issue currency for general circulation.( The others are Scotland and Northern Ireland).  Except for the lowest denominations, all of the currency of Hong Kong is issued by three private note-issuing banks.  The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, now known as HSBC, and the Standard Chartered Bank, have issued notes in Hong Kong since the 19th Century.  The Bank of China, a commercial bank founded in China 1912, was given the authority to issue currency in 1994.  All the currency is backed by United States dollars held in reserve.  We offer notes from all three of Hong Kong’s note issuing banks.
Item PM-HK-HKSB HONG KONG & SHANGHAI BANK $20 1997 P201c UNC. $7.00
Item PM-HK-SCB STANDARD CHARTERED BANK $10 1995 P284b UNC. $6.00
Item PM-HK-BOC BANK OF CHINA $20 1998 P329d UNC. $7.00


HONG KONG MOVIE MONEYPrice ReducedWholesale prices available to dealers

Hong Kong Movie Money
Motion picture prop money is widely used in movies to simulate real cash.  After all, it is risky and costly to carry briefcases full of real money, especially when the notes are blown up or thrown into the wind.  Since the notes appear briefly on the screen, they need to be a reasonable approximation to the real thing, but not so good that someone might try to spend them.  These interesting notes are rarely seen outside of the studios. This set is an unusual set of 4 Hong Kong notes, including the $10, $100, $500 and $1000 bills.    We also have a few packs of approximately 100 Hong Kong motion picture prop notes of various denominations.
Item PM-MOVIE-HK 4 DIFFERENT HONG KONG MOVIE MONEY BILLS $3.00
Item PM-MOVIE-HK10 PACK OF ABOUT 100 HONG KONG $10 MOVIE MONEY NOTES $20.00
Item PM-MOVIE-HK100 PACK OF ABOUT 100 HONG KONG $100 MOVIE MONEY NOTES $20.00
Item PM-MOVIE-HK1000 PACK OF ABOUT 100 HONG KONG $1000 MOVIE MONEY NOTES $20.00

NEWATTRACTIVE OLD HUNGARIAN BANK NOTE

Hungary 100 Pengo note, 1930 P112
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This attractive, old, Hungarian 100 Pengo banknote is dated 1930 and continued to be used throughout World War II.. The front depicts King Matthias Corvinus.  Matthias had an eventful life. He grew up in Transylvania and was married and widowed by age 12, though he never consummated the marriage.  After the death of his father, a struggle broke out between the Hungarian barons and the Hapsburg King and Matthias was sentenced to be be-headed. He was spared on account of his youth.  In 1458, at age 15, he was elected to be King of Hungary by the Hungarian Parliament.  He spent most of his life at war, both to protect his throne from other claimants, protect his country from other powers and to expand his kingdom.  He regained Bosnia from the Ottomans.   Through the skillful use of arms and diplomacy he was crowned King of Bohemia in 1469.  He imprisoned his vassal, Vlad III the Impaler, (also known as Dracula).  He eventually allowed Vlad to marry Matthias's cousin and released him so he could fight the Ottomans.  Matthias died in 1490, leaving no legitimate heir and his empire collapsed.  His reign is considered one of the most glorious in Hungary’s long history and he became a popular hero of Hungarian folk lore. The back of the note has a picture of the famed Buda Castle as it looked in the 1930's, before being damaged in World War II and modernized by the communists that followed.
Item PM-HU-100P HUNGARY 100 PENGO NOTE 1930 P112 VF $3.00


HUNGARIAN INFLATION CURRENCY

Hungary 500,000 Adopengo 1946 banknote
At the end of World War II, Hungary found its infrastructure and economy totally ruined retreating the Nazi and invading Soviet troops. The government issued vast amounts of unbacked currency, resulting in some of the worst hyperinflation ever recorded.  In order to cut down on the number of zeros on the banknotes and allow for simpler calculations, Hungary kept renaming their currency.  In May 1946 Hungary introduced a new currency called Adopengo, or Tax Pengo.  It was originally intended  as accounting unit that would retain its value.  It was later allowed to be used as legal tender and soon it also suffered from hyperinflation.  By end of July 1946  1 Adopengo was valued at 2×1021 of the original Pengo.   Finally on August 1, 1946 Hungary introduced a totally new currency called the Forint, with one Forint equal to 400,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 or 4×1029 Pengo.  We offer a set of three Adopengo notes: the 10,000, 100,000 and 500,000 Adopengo notes dated May, 1946.  Due to their rapid introduction into circulation and quickly depreciating value, the Adopengo notes have a simple design consiting primarily of words. The notes are a reminder of what happens when government creates too much money.
Item PM-HU-ADO3 SET OF 3 HUNGARIAN ADOPENGO NOTES 1946 F-VF $15.00


SADDAM'S LAST BANKNOTE - SINGLE NOTES & UNCUT SHEETS

Iraq 10,000 Dinars banknote of 2002 picturing Saddam Hussein
This 10,000 Dinar note dated 2002 was the final note issued by Saddam before he was driven from power by the United States. At that time, it was the highest denomination note ever issued by Iraq! Though the note had an official exchange rate of over $35,000, the people of Iraq had lost faith in Saddam and in reality the note had little buying power. The front of bears a portrait of Saddam and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The reverse portrays Al-Mustansiriya University in Baghdad and a medieval Arabic astrolabe. The university is one of the oldest in the world. Because Iraq was under United Nations sanctions at the time, the note was printed locally using the equipment and supplies available. As a result the note is crude compared to most currency. This crude but colorful, genuine, high-denomination, Crisp Uncirculated note is a reminder of Saddam's failed regime. The note catalogs for $7.50, however our supplier in Iraq obtaintained the some notes for much less, so we will pass the savings onto you. Our supplier in Iraq also managed to obtain some uncut sheets of five of the 10,000 Dinars notes. These are most unusual and would make an unusual addition to a collection or would make an excellent conversation piece if framed.
Item PM-IQ10K IRAQ 10,000 DINARS NOTE, 2002 P89 UNC. $3.00
Item PM-IQ10KSHEET5 SHEET OF 5 UNCUT IRAQ 10,000 DINARS NOTES P89 $19.50


ATTRACTIVE OLD UNCIRCULATED JAPANESE NOTE PICTURES COIN

JAPAN 1 YEN NOTE (1916)This attractive Japanese 1 Yen banknote was introduced in 1916 in order to replace the silver 1 Yen coin which was last minted in 1914.  It continued to be issued into the 1930’s.   The front is written in Japanese and depicts Takeuchi no Sukune, a famous legendary figure from whom 28 Japanese clans are descended.  The back depicts a silver 1 Yen coin and has the legend "Nippon Ginko Promises to Pay the Bearer on Demand One Yen in Silver".  The note measures about 147mm x 86mm (5.8” x 3.4”). The Orange and black notes are in original Uncirculated condition.
Item PM-JP-1Y JAPAN 1 YEN NOTE (1916) P30c UNC. $15.00

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ATTRACTIVE MADAGASCAR BANK NOTE SET

Madagascar 7 note set: 100 Ariary to 10,000 Ariary P86-92
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This attractive seven note set includes all of the denominations currently used in the African island nation of Madagascar.  The lower denomination notes are unusual in that they have the denominations in two systems: Ariary and Francs. 5 Francs is equal to 1 Ariary.  The Franc comes from the French who ruled the island prior to its independence in 1960. Ariary is a pre-colonial name for a Maria Theresa Thaler.  The blue 100 Ariary/500 Francs depicts a Ravinala (Traveller’s Palm) and an unusual limestone formation called Tsingi on the front, and Sugarloaf Mountain by Antsirana Bay on the back.  The green 200 Ariary/1000 Francs features a village gate on the front and funerary pole sculptures known as Aloalo in the back.  The tan 500 Ariary/2500 Francs shows man weaving baskets on the front and Zebu cattle on the back. The purple 1000 Ariary/5000 Francs has lemurs and a turtle on the front and cactus and sisal plants on the back. The 2000 Ariary depicts Baobabs trees on the front and terraced farming on the back.  Fishing boats or Dhows are on the front of the 5000 Ariary, a view of Fort Dauphin Bay (now called Bay of Tolanaro) is on the back. In 1643 Fort Dauphin was the site of the first French settlement in Madagascar.  The 10,000 Ariary depicts the Palais d'Argent (Silver Palace), also known as Tranovola on the front.  The building is part of the former royal palace complex (Rova) located in the city of Antananarivo in Madagascar.  The 19th century wooden building was designed by a Creole architect and the design shows heavy Creole influences.  The back of the note shows heavy equipment and highway construction.  The 10,000 Ariary is the highest denomination that has been issued.  This is the full set of current Madagascar notes in Uncirculated condition.
Item PM-MG-SET7 MADAGASCAR 7 NOTE SET, 100 – 10,000 ARIARY P86-92 UNC. $45.00

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MEXICAN BANKNOTE SET  Restocked

Mexican currency set: 5 Pesos - 10000 Pesos, 1971-1991
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In 1969 the Banco de Mexico introduced a new series of banknotes featuring modern designs.   The colorful new notes featured Mexican heroes and architecture.   Inflation became a major problem, requiring ever higher denominations to be issued.  The series ended in 1992 when Mexico did a 1000 to 1 revaluation of their currency.  This 10 note set includes the 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, 1000, 2000, 5000 and 10,000 Peso notes issued in this period.  The first three notes featured heroes of the Mexican War of Independence.  The 5 Pesos note, dated 1971 depicts Josefa Ortiz de Dominquez (La Corregidora) on the front.   The back features the city of Queretaro where she lived and the famous Queretaro Aqueduct.  The Aqueduct was built between 1726 and 1738 by a wealthy Marquis, who according to legend, built it to show his love for a Nun which he knew he could never marry.  The 1977 10 Pesos depicts Mexican Catholic Priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla.  The back features the Church of Dolores from which he issued his famous cry for Mexican Independence, thus instigating the revolt against Spain. The 1976 20 Pesos features Jose Morelos on the front and the Quetzalcoatl pyramid on the back.  Morelos was a priest who led the Mexican War of Independence after the execution of Hidalgo. The next four notes feature heroes of the 1910-1916 Mexican Revolution.  The 1981 50 Pesos depicts Benito Juarez on the front and a Zapotec Urn (Urna Zapoteca) on the back.  The front of the 1982 100 Pesos features Venustiano Carranza and the mural La Trinchera by revolutionary Mexican artist Jose Clemente Orozco.  The back depicts a Toltec stone figure used in human sacrifices. The 1984 500 Pesos features Francisco I Madero on the front the famous Aztec calendar stone on the back.  The 1985 1000 Pesos depicts 17th century scholar and nun Juana Inés de la Cruz (Sor Juana) on the front.  The back features Santo Domingo Plaza in Mexico City.  The 1989 2000 Pesos has Mexican writer Justo Sierra and the famous Library of the National Autonomous University of Mexico on the front.   The old University courtyard is on the back. The 1987 5000 Pesos features the six Heroic Cadets on the front and Mexico City's Chapultepec Castle on the back.  The teenage cadets died defending the Castle, which then served as Mexico’s Military Academy, against invading United States troops.  The 1991 10,000 Pesos depicts Mexican President Lazaro Cardenas and a petroleum refinery on the front.  Cardenas nationalized the Mexican oil industry during his term from 1934 and 1940.  The back features the Coyolxauhqui stone disk.  The disk was found during construction in Mexico City in 1978.  It depicts the moon goddess Coyolxauhqui dismembered.  All 10 notes grade Almost Uncirculated to Uncirculated.
Item PM-MX-SET10 MEXICO 10 NOTE SET: 5 - 10,000 PESOS 1971-1991 AU-UNC. $30.00


RARE BANKNOTES OF BANCO DA BEIRA AND THE MOZAMBIQUE COMPANY

Mozambique - Banco da Beira 1 Pound 1919 PR6Mozambique Company, 20 Centavos 1933 PR29Mozambique Company, 5 Pounds Sterling 1934 PR32
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The 1885 Congress of Berlin carved up Africa, granting various European nations control over of the continent.  The boundaries that were set in the conference still make up most of the national boundaries in Africa today.  Portugal was granted control over Mozambique; however it did not have the economic or military resources to control the vast territory.  In 1891 it granted The Mozambique Company (Companhia de Moçambique) a 50 year concession over the central region of Mozambique.  The Company was given almost complete control over the region,  including the right to exploit resources, collect taxes and require the natives to engage in forced labor.  It ran the Post Offices and issued its own currency.  It developed the port of Beira and built a railroad to the landlocked British colonies of Rhodesia and Nyasaland. However it did not have the financial resources needed to develop the rest of its territory and often failed to meet its obligations to the Portuguese government.  Most of its income came from its ability to tax and its power to use conscripted labor on its plantations. In 1919 the Mozambique Company and the Banco Nacional Ultramarino (the Portuguese National Overseas Bank) created a joint venture called the Banco da Beira to issue currency in territory controlled by the Mozambique Company.  Because most of the company's trade was with the British colonies it chose to issue its notes in the British Pound Sterling.  Lower denomination notes were issued in Centavos, with 100 Centavos equal to 1 Pound Sterling.  The bank issued far more currency than it had reserves, resulting in the severe depreciation in the value of its currency.  The bank was liquidated in 1929 and the Mozambique Company took over the issuance of currency within its territory.    Because of the company's poor performance and changes in the Portuguese government,  the company's concession was not renewed when it expired in 1942.  The Portuguese Government assumed direct control of the region.  The currency issued by the Bank and the Company was recalled and punch cancelled.  From the Banco da Berira we have the 1 Pound note dated September 15, 1919. It was one of the first notes issued by the Bank.   The note is punch cancelled.    From the Mozambique Company we have the 20 Centavos note dated November 25, 1933 and the 5 Pound note dated January 15, 1934 in AU-Uncirculated condition.  Both notes are punch cancelled "PAGO 5.11.1942"  (PAID November 5, 1942), which was shortly after the Company lost its concession.   All the notes were printed in London by Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co.   They are fascinating notes  from a private company that ran a country.
Item PM-MZ-R1P BANCO DA BEIRA 1 POUND STERLING BANKNOTE 1919 PR6 VG-cancelled $14.00
Item PM-MZ-R20C MOZAMBIQUE COMPANY 20 CENTAVOS BANKNOTE 1933 PR29 AU-UNC.-cancelled $12.00
Item PM-MZ-R5P MOZAMBIQUE COMPANY 5 POUND STERLING BANKNOTE 1934 PR33 VF-XF-cancelled $15.00

NIGERIA CENTENARY BANKNOTE

Nigeria 100 Naira 2014 100th Anniversary of creation of Nigeria
The 100th Anniversary of the creation of Nigeria was commemorated on this 2014 100 Naira note.  Nigeria was formed in 1914 with the merger of the British controlled colonies of Northern Nigeria Protectorate and Southern Nigeria Protectorate.  The country achieved independence in 1960.  The front of the note depicts the portrait and watermark of Chief Obafemi Awolowo, a politician who played a key role in Nigeria's independence movement and the formation of the Republic.   At the bottom are cocoa bean pods and a cotton boll.  In the center is an image of a manilla, a traditional form of money, printed in green metallic ink. Back features dancers and musicians along with traditional forms of money including manillas and cowrie shells.  Both sides of the note bear the legend “Centenary 1914-2014”   It is an attractive banknote from what is sometimes referred to as “The Giant of Africa”.
Item PM-NG-100N NIGERIA 100 NAIRA 2014 CENTENNIAL, UNC. $6.00


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SCARCE PAPUA NEW GUINEA BANKNOTES AT BARGAIN PRICES

PAPAU NEW GUINEA 2 KINA (1975) P1
Papau New Guinea 10 Kina 1998 25th Anniversary of Bank of Papau New Guinea
Papau New Guinea 20 Kina 2008 35th Anniversary of Bank of Papau New Guinea
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Due to a fortunate purchase, we are able to offer scarce Papua New Guinea banknotes at prices far below their catalog value. Because its remoteness, Papua New Guinea notes are rarely seen by collectors. This 2 Kina was one of the first notes released by Papua New Guinea.  It was introduced in 1975.  Prior to then Australian coins and currency were used.  The front of the note pictures a Bird of Paradise standing on a drum and a spear.  The back depicts native artifacts.  The note catalogs for $17.50, however our price is MUCH less. In 1998 the central bank, the Bank of Papua New Guinea, celebrated its 25th anniversary.  To commemorate the event a commemorative 10 Kina note was released.  The front of the note has a Silver Jubilee foil with the emblem of the bank next to the Bird of Paradise.  Below the bird is imprinted SJ XXV.  The back depicts a ceremonial bowl, arm ring, feathers and other artifacts. The note catalogs for $20.00, however our price is MUCH less. To celebrate its 35th Anniversary the Bank of Papua New Guinea released a commemorative 20 Kina note in 2008.  The front of the note depicts the Papua New Guinea Parliament building, the bird of Paradise and a special Bank of Papua New Guinea 35th Anniversary emblem in the lower left corner.  The back of the note features various forms of traditional currency used in Papua New Guinea including a boar, cowry shell necklace and beads.  The notes have a watermark logo of the Bank and a special embedded silver thread.   It catalog for $17.50, however our price is MUCH less.
Item PM-PNG-2K PAPUA NEW GUINEA 2 KINA (1975) P1 UNC. $6.00
Item PM-PNG-10K PAPUA NEW GUINEA 10 KINA 25th ANNIVERSARY 1998 P17 UNC. $9.00
Item PM-PNG-20K PAPUA NEW GUINEA 20 KINA 35th ANNIVERSARY 2008 P36 AU-UNC. $7.50
Item PM-PNG-SET3 ALL 3 OF THE ABOVE PAPUA NEW GUINEA NOTES: 2, 10 & 20 KINA, AU-UNC. $19.75

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COLORFUL PERUVIAN BANKNOTE SET

Peru banknotes: 10 to 5000 Initis 1987-1988
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This colorful six note set from Peru was issued in 1987 and 1988. The set includes the 10, 50, 100,500, 1000 and 5000 Initis notes.  At the time Peru was suffering from severe inflation, hence the need for ever higher denominations.  The front of the notes depict national heroes.  The back features Peruvians at work (picking cotton, oil drilling, spinning yarn, fishermen and boats) or tourism (mountain climbers, Ruins of Chan Chan).  All of the notes include watermarks.
Item PM-PE-SET6 PERU 6 NOTE SET 10 - 5000 INITIS 1987-88 AU-UNC. $5.00


UNUSUAL FILIPINO NOTES Wholesale prices available to dealers

Philippine 2 Piso P152, signed by Ferdinand MarcosPhilippine 5 Piso P160, signed by Ferdinand Marcos
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An American might wonder about the designs on these Philippine 2 and 5 Piso notes from the late 1970's. The reverse of the 5 Piso note shows a group of men gathered under a "KKK" banner with a skull and candle cutting themselves with knives!  The note does not commemorate a Klan meeting, but rather the founding of the Katipunan Society which fought for Philippine independence from Spain. The front depicts Andres Bonifacio, who foundted the Katipunan Society and is known as "The Father of the Philippine Revolution".  The 2 Piso note shows Jose Rizal on the front. Rizal was a writer that wanted reform the Spanish rule of the Philippines rather than independence.  For his efforts the Spanish executed him. This created more support for the Independence movement.  The reverse shows Emilio Aguinaldo declaring Philippine Independence on June 12, 1898.  Rather than gaining independence, the Philippines became a United States colony after the Spanish American War. It did not achieve full independence until 1946.  Both notes bear the facsimile signature of President Ferdinand Marcos, who was driven from office by the 1986 People Power Revolution.
Item PM-PH-SET2 PHILIPPINES 2 & 5 PISO 1970's (P152 & P160) AU-UNC $3.00

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NEWPOLYMER ROMANIAN BANKNOTE COMMEMORATES ECLIPSE

Romania 2000 Lei banknote, 1999 Total Solar Eclipse commemorative P111
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Romania issued this colorful polymer 2000 Lei banknote to commemorate the Total Solar Eclipse on August 11, 1999.  It was their first, and so far, only commemorative banknote. One side has a fanciful map of the Solar System.  The other features the Romanian flag within a map of Romania and the path of the eclipse. The Uncirculated note has two transparent windows and is 143x63mm.
Item PM-RO-ECLIPSE ROMANIA 2000 LEI NOTE, 1999 ECLIPSE P111 UNC. $3.00


OLD CZARIST RUSSIAN BANKNOTES 

Czarist Russia 1, 3, 5 & 10 Rubles banknotes 1898-1909
This set of four large Russian notes were some of the last notes issued by the Czars of Russia. Included is the brown 1 Ruble dated 1898, the green 3 Rubles dated 1905, the blue 5 Rubles dated 1909 and the red and green 10 Rubles dated 1909. The 10 and 5 Ruble notes are vertical notes.  The notes continued to be issued until the Bolshevik Revolution, always bearing the same date.  All four notes feature the Russian coat-of-arms.  The notes grade VG to VF.
Item PM-RU-CZAR4 CZARIST RUSSIA 1, 3, 5 & 10 RUBLE NOTES, 1898-1909 VG-VF $21.00



RUSSIAN REVOLUTION NOTES OF THE TRANSCAUCASIAN COMMISSARIAT

Rusia - Transcaucasia 100 Rubles 1918 PS606
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The Transcaucasian Commissariat was formed in Tbilsi on November 11, 1917, shortly after the October Revolution in Russia.  It attempted to unite Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan into an independent non-communist nation.  Unable to defend itself against incursions by the Ottoman Empire or instability caused by Bolshevik forces, it collapsed in May 1918.  Its currency, dated 1918,  has the front with Russian text and the back in Russian, Georgian, Armenian and Azerbaijani. We have the 100 and 250 Ruble notes of this short-lived state that emerged during the early period of the Russian Revolution.  Both  notes have a similar design.
Item PM-RU-TRANSC100 TRANSCAUCASIA 100 RUBLES 1918 PS606 VG-Fine $10.00
Item PM-RU-TRANSC250 TRANSCAUCASIA 250 RUBLES 1918 PS607 VG-Fine $13.00


CURRENCY OF RUSSIA'S INFAMOUS MMM CORPORATION

Set of 8 MMM Bank Notes, 1 - 10,000 BiletovThe MMM Corporation in Russia was one of the most spectacular scams in history.  As many as 40 Million people lost as much as $10 Billion dollars by the time it was closed down by Russian authorities.  MMM was founded in 1989 by Sergei Mavrodi and two associates. After several unsuccessful ventures he started a Ponzi scheme.  With promises of fantastic returns, investors poured millions of Rubles into unregistered "shares". Money from the later investors was used to provide big payoffs for the early investors.  As word of the success of the early investors spread, even more money poured into the company. The price of shares soared 1,600 rubles per share in February 1994 to around 115,000 rubles in late July 1994. Mavrodi became a symbol of prosperity and had his own private army.  Because the price of shares was so high, Mavrodi started to issue partial shares, called Biletov, in July. 1 Bilet was worth 1/100 of a share. The Biletov looked like banknotes and came in standard denominations from 1 to 10000.  The Biletov notes bore Mavrodi’s portrait, the MMM logo and a serial number.  Due to their seemingly endless increase in value, they were often preferred over the rapidly depreciating official Russian currency.  In the summer of 1994 the pyramid scheme collapsed and Mavrodi was jailed.  While in jail he ran for, and won a seat in the Russian Duma (parliament), thereby gaining parliamentary immunity for his crimes.  He was expelled from the Duma,, but went into hiding before he could be arrested.   He was finally captured and arrested in 2003.  In 2007 he was fined a few hundred dollars and sentenced to four and a half years in a penal colony.  Since  his release he started similar Ponzi schemes in India, China, South Africa and elsewhere. No banknotes have been reported from his latest schemes. We offer a set of 8 different Crisp Uncirculated 1994 MMM Biletov notes. Included are the 1, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, 1000 and 10,000 Biletov. All bear a portrait of Mavrodi and the bank’s logo on the front.  They serve as a reminder of this and other financial follies
Item PM-MMM SET OF 8 MMM BANKNOTES: 1 - 10000 BILETOV, 1994 UNC. $9.00


RUSSIA CELEBRATES CRIMEAN TAKEOVER WITH BANKNOTE

Russia 100 Rubles Crimea banknoteIn 1954 the Soviet Union transferred Crimea from Russia to Ukraine.  At the time it did not make much difference as they were then all the same country. In 2014 Russian forcibly took Crimea back from Ukraine and incorporated it into Russia.   The move has not been recognized by most Western nations.  To commemorate the annexation of Crimea Russia issued a 100 Ruble note in 2015.  One side is devoted to Sevastapol.  It features the Monument to the Ships sunk during the Siege of Sevastopol in 1854.  In the background is a painting of sailing ships and outlines St. Vladimir’s Cathedral and other historical buildings in Sevastopol. At the bottom is a the outline of a monument commemorating the defense of Sevastopol in World War II.  The other side is devoted to Crimea.  It features the famous “Swallow’s Nest” castle in Gaspra, Crimea.  In the background are landmarks and buildings from around Crimea, including the Big Khan Mosque and RT-70 radio telescope.  At the bottom is a QR code which leads to the Bank of Russia website that describes the details of the note (in Russian).  The note has a watermark of Catherine the Great, who incorporated Crimea into Russia in 1783.  Since Russia took over Crimea, the Ruble has lost almost half of its value. The colorful banknote measures 150 x 65mm.
Item PM-RU-CRIMEA RUSSIA 100 RUBLES 2015 CRIMEA BANKNOTE UNC. out

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NEWPRETTY RWANDAN BANKNOTES

Rwanda 1000 Francs note, 2015
Rwanda 5000 Francs note, 1998
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Rwanda recently released a new 1000 Franc note dated  01.05.2015.  The front depicts the Rwanda Ethnographic Museum which was built in 1987 along with a sparkling green image of a dove. The back depicts a Golden Monkey.  We also have available the scarce and 1998 5000 Francs note from Rwanda. It was one of first notes issued after the Rwandan Genocide in 1994 and was the highest denomination the country had ever issued. The front depicts the highly regarded traditional Intore dance. The back depicts the National Bank Building. The pretty pink note catalogs for $50.00, however our price is much less.   Both notes are Uncirculated and incorporate watermarks in their designs.
Item PM-RW-1000F RWANDA 1000 FRANCS 2015 UNC. $9.00
Item PM-RW-5000F RWANDA 5000 FRANCS 1998 P28 UNC. $29.50



SCARCE ST. HELENA BANKNOTE FEATURE SAILING SHIPS

St. Helena 50 Pence note issued in 1979 P52
Due to its geographical isolation the banknotes of St. Helena are difficult to find.  We managed to acquire one of the few notes of this small island in the Atlantic.  The undated purple 50 Pence note was issued in 1979.  The front pictures Queen Elizabeth and a harbor scene with various sailing ships.  The back features the Royal arms and a shield with a sailing ship.    The note is crisp Uncirculated and is priced well below its current catalog value.
Item PM-SH-50P ST. HELENA 50 PENCE (1979) P5 Unc. $29.50


NEWATTRACTIVE COMMEMORATIVE POLYMER NOTE FROM SAMOA

Samoa 2 Tala banknote (1990) P31c
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Samoa issued this attractive polymer 2 Tala banknote to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Malietoa Tanumafili II (also known as Susuga) as Head of State in 1990.  The front of the note includes his portrait and a view of Mulivai Immaculate Conception of Mary Roman Catholic Cathedral, fales (traditional huts) and two buses on Beach Road in the capital city of Apia.  The Cathedral was damaged in 2009 and is being rebuilt.  The back depicts a family scene that includes a mother with a sleeping child,  and the national emblem.  The transparent window in the note features a Kava bowl.  The note was withdrawn from circulation in 2011 and replaced with a 2 Tala coin. The undated note measures 140x72mm and is Uncirculated.
Item PM-WS-2T SAMOA 2 TALA NOTE (1990) 50th ANNIVERSARY, P31c UNC. $6.00



TRANSITIONAL NOTE OF SOUTH VIETNAM

People's Revolution Government (South Vietnam) 10 Xu 1966 (1975) banknoteThis transitional note was issued for use in South Vietnam after the Peoples Revolution Government took over in April 1975.  The notes were used until 1978 when the economic system of South Vietnam was merged with that of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. Though dated 1966, the note was not issued until 1975.  One side depicts the drying and harvesting of salt.  The other side depicts boats being unloaded along a river.  The small  note measures 100mm x 50mm.
Item PM-SVN-10XU SOUTH VIETNAM TRANSITIONAL 10 XU, 1966(1975) P37 UNC. $4.00


OLD BANKNOTE FROM VIENNAWholesale prices available to dealers

Vienna 50 Heller 1920 banknoteWith the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire at the end of World War I the economy of Austria went into a tail-spin.  In order to combat a serious coin shortage, the capital city of Vienna issued their own currency.  This 50 Heller note is dated December 3, 1920.  It was good only until December 31, 1921. The small (75mm x 48mm) note has a view of the city and the city’s arms.
Item PM-VIENNA VIENNA 50 HELLER NOTE, 1920 VG-Fine $3.00


NEWZIMBABWE TRILLION DOLLAR BILLS!

Zimbabwe $100,000,000,000,000, $50,000,000,000,000, $20,000,000,000,000 and $10,000,000,000,000 bills
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On January 16. 2009 Zimbabwe released the highest denomination notes ever issued by a national government: the $10 Trillion, $20 Trillion, $50 Trillion and $100 Trillion bills.  Despite the government "outlawing inflation" (which is about as effective as outlawing the tides from rising), inflation soared to an estimated 231 million percent per year in 2008, the highest ever in history.  Rather than attempting to solve the problem the government just kept printing money in order to pay the army and government employees.   There was a severe shortage of everything, except freshly printed bills. On February 2, 2009 Zimbabwe did a Trillion to 1 currency revaluation and the short-lived notes were replaced.  About the same time, Zimbabwe’s citizens were allowed to use of foreign currencies and the discredited Zimbabwe dollar ceased to be used.  We are pleased to offer all four of these Trillion Dollar denominated notes, including the scarce $20 Trillion and the ever popular $100 Trillion. The front of the notes picture the Chiremba Balancing Rocks. The back of each note features two vignettes of Zimbabwe.  They are a fascinating lesson on what happens when the government creates too much money. All four notes are crisp Uncirculated.
Item PM-ZW-$10TRL ZIMBABWE $10 TRILLION NOTE 2008, P88 UNC. $7.00
Item PM-ZW-$20TRL ZIMBABWE $20 TRILLION NOTE 2008, P89 UNC. $15.00
Item PM-ZW-$50TRL ZIMBABWE $50 TRILLION NOTE 2008, P90 UNC. $29.75
Item PM-ZW-$100TRIL ZIMBABWE $100 TRILLION NOTE 2008, P91 UNC. $59.75
Item PM-ZW-$TRLSET SET OF ABOVE 4 ZIMBABWE NOTES: $10 TRILLION TO $100 TRILLION, UNC. $99.75


ZIMBABWE PETROL RATION COUPONS USED FOR MONEY Wholesale prices available to dealers

Zimbabwe 5 & 20 Litres petrol and diesel ration coupons
As Zimbabwe's economy spiraled into complete collapse due to its incompetent government policies, corruption, and massive inflation, shortages developed for most essential items.  Petrol (Gasoline) and Diesel were rationed.  The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe issued the ration coupons which were required in order to purchase fuel.  Because of the rapidly depreciating currency, fuel ration coupons soon became a parallel currency.   Even though fuel was often not available, many merchants accepted the ration coupons rather than the Zimbabwe Dollar in payment for goods and services, as their value was more stable.  We offer a set of two unissued Zimbabwe fuel ration coupons.  One is good for 5 Litres (Liters); the other is good for 20 Litres (about 5 gallons).  The coupons were released around 2005 and could be used to purchase either Petrol or Diesel.   They are an interesting item that was used for money during a time of economic crises.
Item PM-ZW-PETROL SET OF 2 ZIMBABWE PETROL RATION COUPONS, 5 & 20 LITERS UNC. $4.00


POPULAR POLYMER BANKNOTES

Set of 10 Polymer plastic banotes - FRONT
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Since they were first introduced in 1988, polymer (plastic) notes have become widely adopted by by many countries due to its durability and difficulty to counterfeit.  The notes have also become very popular with collectors due to their colorful designs and sophisticated anti-counterfeiting devices.  The notes may contain a variety of anti-counterfeiting devices such as transparent areas, latent images, diffraction grating. Ultra-violet images and embossed areas.  We have assembled a set of 10 different of these popular polymer notes.  Included is Guatemala 1 Quetzal 2006, Malaysia 1 Ringgit, Nepal 10 Rupees (2005), Nicaragua 10 Cordobas 2007, Nigeria 5 Naira 2009, Paragua 2000 Guaranies 2008, Romania 2000 Lei 1999 Solar Eclipse, Romania 1 Leu 2005, Vietnam 10,000 Dong, Zambia 500 Kwacha 2008, all in Uncirculated condition.
Item PM-POLY SET OF 10 POLYMER (PLASTIC) BANKNOTES, UNC. $20.00



BULK CURRENCY LOTS 

Lot 50 Different World Banknotes Collecting banknotes is a colorful, fun and educational way to learn about the world.   Each note is a small piece of art that reflects what each country feels are its important cultural aspects. These sets are a great for starting or expanding your collection. These sets contain attractive and colorful notes from throughout the world.  The lots of 50 different, 100 different and 300 different banknotes provides a good selection of notes, however there will be more than one note from each country.  The larger lots contain a wider variety and more higher value notes than are in the smaller lots (and it is a LOT tougher to find 300 different notes than it is to find 50 different notes).  And the 1000 different world banknotes is almost impossible to put together. The larger lots contain the notes from the smaller lots. For those that want banknotes from a lot of different places, we offer a lot of 100 banknotes from 100 different countries. All notes are Uncirculated.
Item LOTPM50 50 Different world banknotes, Uncirculated $19.50
Item LOTPM100 100 Different world banknotes, Uncirculated $49.50
Item PM-100CSET 100 Different world banknotes from 100 Different countries, Uncirculated $145.00
Item LOTPM300 300 Different world bankotes, Uncirculated $239.50
 Item LOTPM1000 1000 Different world bankotes,  Uncirculated $1495.00

NEW100 DIFFERENT WORLD BANKNOTES - INCLUDING OLDER ISSUES

World banknote collection - 100 Different notesThis set of 100 different banknotes includes a number of older issues from the 1940's to the 1960's, as well as more recent banknotes.  About 80% of the notes are Uncirculated.  Most of the notes are different than those found in the 50 different, 100 different and 300 different note sets listed above.   It is a nice way to start or expand a collection.
Item PM-LOT100-OLD 100 Different world banknotes, includes older issues, both circulated and Uncirculated. $47.50


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