I tried to represent as many countries as I could, making this a true "eclectic" mix. Everything in this binder, with a single exception, is a very affordable not that can be had for no more than $20. I wanted to build a very attractive yet very budget-friendly set that anybody could build too. Without further ado, here we go, in alphabetical order, with a sentence on why I like it... 1. 2010s (ND) Australia 10 Dollars Something about the colors here really speak to me. I love the clear split in the middle. 2. 1960s (ND) Brazil 100 Cruzeiros/10 Centavos I appreciate the gorgeous red coloring and the delicate design engraving. Reverse vignette isn't bad either. 3. 1935 The Canadian Bank of Commerce 20 Dollars The Canadian equivalent of the American "educational series." The obverse with triton and nymphs is really one of the best full-span vignettes I've ever seen. Nice serial too. 4. 2000s (ND) Cook Islands 3 Dollars Nothing quite as badass as a nude woman riding a SHARK. Nuff said. 5. 1901-08 (ND) Costa Rica 10 Colones I love steam engines. I love them even better when it's in the middle of a large, colorful, and crisp remainder note.