Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by Ben88, Mar 17, 2020.
Does anyone know why I can't find any examples of this note ?
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And it's dated so it was used 1932 1933 the notes Steve referenced are not dated.
Thank you !
I agree. it seems like it could be a bit scarcer than official currency.
Thank you... I posted something similar about an hour ago but somehow it does not appear, having learned this is really in the Philatelic field, not the Numismatic field.
However, although I found a few Philatelic auctions showing the double stamp as indicated in the previous link, I can find nothing showing a stamp with a serial number or filled in dates. Interesting !
Si.. eres correcto en lo que dijiste
"sello de garantia de procedencia provincal para el tabaco en rama"
"provincial guarantee of origin seal for raw tobacco"
It was probably very good tobacco if the rumors about Cuban cigars hold up (I don't smoke, so I don't really know).
I haven't looked into it too much, but I believe Barber designed their coins, and they were minted in Philadelphia.
That is 100% correct,but refering to my note that was printed by BEP. Yes the US minted,and printed the Cuban money.
I may want to have this graded ,what your opinion ?
It has the tri fold folds , probably from being wallet kept.
The bill is crisp but some stains far from unc. But above average specimen with signatures. The thing that I never noticed before was it being printed by the BEP.
Not by American Bank Note company, or other known companies known to print bank notes for countries whom didn't print their own bank notes.
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