Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by George McClellan, May 31, 2020.
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That's smart! All kinds of hackitude can pop up.
However ya can always try a "search" on Google
using the thread title: [ italy dicount scec]
and then click on "Images" at the top.
...clicking on an individual image may get an "insecure" notice at top.
I'll give it a try.
Dude! You are out of control!
What will you hazard next?
I'm going crazy with all this free time on my hands.
In order to usefully classify my worthless mini-checks
I found the following URLs:
The Alfa catalogo index is the first URL
And Colnect is the next (which site includes bottle caps, etc).
The sites appear well established permitting the URLs to endure.
Seemingly, year-dates are not so important.
Which is good because Ebay mass offerings of 25 are imaged once each
...in front and back and dates remain obscure at 150%.
Miniassegni, Buono Acquisto, and "Figurative" for Tourists are the 'divisions'.
Some amusement may be obtained by using Google or Bing Translate...
...to read Italian threads. Most are old and agree on miniassegni worthlessness.
Still, catalogs aside, I think no one yet has the full story on varieties.
I perceive the Italian banks did not [have privately printed] every denomination between 50 and 350+ Lira. Many issue just two denominations. Some issue for just one year... Maybe because there were so many in circulation.
?40 banks times ?7 denoms times 2 years =560,
but a collector may succeed with with ??120 ??
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