Jump to content
CoinPeople.com

SlavicScott

Members
  • Content Count

    1,017
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About SlavicScott

  • Rank
    Choose your title...
  1. Z for Drahomir Zobek, designer of all the circulation issues.
  2. Google "EURion constellation" for more info.
  3. only a souvenir note, but still nice.
  4. dang, missed this years' SS. again. got the '06 and '07, but missed last year and this year. oh, well, maybe I can catch it again next year.
  5. not true banknotes. read wiki article about the scam that was these "notes"
  6. most all of these notes can be found without serial numbers, and are remainders. they were printed by ZIN (Belgrade, Serbia), and as the war progressed, (or shall I say digressed) the hyper-inflation made some of these notes obsolete as soon as the ink dried. Many were numbered and shipped to the proper region (both the Krajina region of Croatia and the Srpske Republike region of Bosnia proper had very similar notes), but many never were sent at the time, but later distributed without the serial numbers. The remainders (without serial numbers) are often easier to obtain than the replacement ("Z" prefix) notes.
  7. Many countries do not recognize Kosovo because they all realize that to do so would be to admit that the UN violated it's own charter. But that is a political issue to be discussed elsewhere. As is also mentioned, it is a moot point for coin collectors, as long as the EU allows them to continue claiming the euro as their "national currency"
  8. original seller - Aberdeen Auction Galleries PO Box 38, Lutz, FL ebay seller - Coinomania.com, PO Box 38, Lutz, FL either the original buyer backed out, or it didn't sell
  9. Bosnia, in effect, also did this. They tied their currency to the German Mark, and by default, when Germany converted to the euro, the Bosnian "convertible mark" became a "convertible euro." Montenegro also uses the euro as their "official" currency, since they broke from Serbia in 2006.
  10. Tajikistan lot #4 [red]$2.50[/red] 1993 ruble issues; 3 notes. 1, 5, 10 ruble. P#1-3 lot #5 [red]$3.25[/red] 1999 dirham issues; 4 notes. 1, 5, 20, 50 dirham. P#10-13 Turkmenistan lot #6 [red]$2.75[/red] 1993 manat issues; 3 notes. 1, 5, 10 manat. P#1-3
  11. Kyrgyzstan lot #3 [red]$1.75[/red] 1993 tyiyn issues; 3 notes. 1, 10, 50 tyiyn. P#1-3 1994 1 som P#7 [red]$1.00[/red] 1999 1 som P#15 [red]$1.00[/red]
  12. banknotes Kazakhstan lot #1 [red]$2.25[/red] 1993 tyin issues; 5 notes. 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 tyin. P#1-5 lot #2 [red]$2.75[/red] 1993 tenge issues; 4 notes. 1, 3, 5, 10 tenge. P#7-10
  13. Turkmenistan lot #9 [red]$3.75[/red] SOLD!!! 1993 tennesi issues; 5 coins. 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 tennesi. KM#1-5 {images removed to reduce load times, images available on omnicoin} 1999 - 500 manat [red]$4.50[/red] 1999 - 1000 manat [red]$4.50[/red]
  14. lot #7 [red]$7.00[/red] 2003 bi-metallic issues; 4 coins: 100 tenge. KM#__ Tajikistan lot #8 [red]$5.75[/red] 2001 dirham issues; 5 coins. 5, 10, 20, 25, 50 dirham. KM#2-6
×
×
  • Create New...