Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by Dr Kegg, Dec 16, 2010.
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Consecutive 1954 Canada Dollars, both graded 65 EPQ (Gem Uncirculated)
@Endeavor , outstanding pair.
This is one of my favorite from the North Country
Very nice! I love that red/pink color.
Gave up after about 25 or 30; not sure but I "think" there are 35-40 countries. Maybe in my spare time I'll do a little fumbling around.
Like this one:
Nah, too much money and don't have membership any longer.
I just found some Myanmar Kyats that I bought about 8 years ago - moved house before I sorted the package, and it has just been re-discovered.
My lot does not have the 20 Kyats but I do have a 10 which you dont show. It seems strange that the 1 Kyatt only has a Burmese serial number (mine is the same).
I do like the scenes on the 100 and 50 - they are a great improvement compared with the lower value notes. The 5 Kyatt note has Chinlon players
Reverse 1000 Pesos - Illustration of the painting by Augusto Ballerini
"El paso de los Andes"
Reverse 100 Pesos - Illustration of Ushuaia a resort city
The Honduran Lempira is named after a national hero from the 16th century. Lempira was ruler of the Lenca tribe, and led an unsuccessful local native resistance against the Spanish conquistador forces. He is honored on both the 1 lempira note and the 20 and 50 cent coins.
Very nice notes.
The iridescent qualities of the Thai 50 notes is particularly appealing. I have the similar colour 50 Baht Commemorative note : 50th Anniversary of King Rama IX on the throne
Eritrean note is also really pleasing. Thanks for posting the scans.
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