Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by Dr Kegg, Dec 16, 2010.
Ehhhhh I'd wager that that's a rouge case. I can't imagine this being a terribly common ooccurrnce
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This note has a nearly identical, but significantly larger brother.
Does anybody have any of those Zimbabwe 100 trillion notes ?
I have 10 trillion
I always liked these earlier Taiwan notes due to their archaic-style vertical orientation
nice serial! low AND a mini-ladder
WHY!!!! WHY MUST YOU SHOW SUCH COOL BILLS......and make me want to spend tons of money (on single $1 bills), LOL
Still legal tender (at least at a bank), albeit after removing three zeros from the number...
so this is currently 0.001 pesos. Nice
Out of hundreds of cash register notes I've been accumulating I feel accomplished finding this in my wallet.
He mentioned he likes the notes more than the coins. Nothing amazing, but simple affordable clean looking "old design" money for him to add to his treasure.
p.s. This looks like a normal contemporary design to me.
A 1928E Ace in Gem followed by a 1928 $50 in AU, very nice.
North Africa - WW II $1 Bill: Won this in a recent auction. Price really jumps if you go to PMG 66 or 67...ditto if you go for certain blocks or a low SN. So I just went for the highest quality I could afford, sans any other currency feature.
@GoldFinger1969, faces up nicely.
Thanks Steve...just curious, if you have a special bill (i.e., Hawaii or North Africa or something like those) would you pay up more for another 1-2 grades HIGHER or would you try and get something like a low serial number or special Fed districts or blocks ?
Me, personally, I like things that are visible and stick out and that is basically quality and/or SNs.
Instead of upgrading an existing note, I would rather buy something I don’t already have.
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