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  1. Several times I've heard from some collectors that they have trouble with storing their banknotes in a proper way, so I thought that you guys might appreciate it if I would share my view on how I store my notes. Personally, I like to hold my banknotes in my hands so I can view and admire them better. Unfortunately this doesn't really help to preserve my notes since human hands are always full of gems and bacteria. So having a some sort of plastic protection like an album would probably the most suitable solution for preserving your beautiful banknotes. The only downside of this is that good-quality albums are always expensive. I don't have anything against albums and sheets because they display banknotes in a very fine way, but paying 50 USD for an album that only holds notes worth 30 USD is simply a little too much trouble for me. But I still would like some sort of protection for my banknotes! Anyway, after some time searching on Ebay I found a Chinese dealer who sells 'banknote sleeves'. They are made from clear plastic and they come in 4 different sizes, in a pack of 400. These sleeves are probably the best thing I've came across so far because although they are quite thin, they let me hold my banknotes in my hands without me damaging them. Also, a pack of 400 costs less than 10 USD and they are shipped with free world-wide shipping! Probably some of you are already familiar with them, but I have never heard of them before. They came in a couple of days ago and personally I am very satisfied with the sleeves. Here's how it looks like when they have banknotes in them: The sizes are: 85x175 mm, 75x175 mm, 70x150 mm and 60x130 mm. Coincidently, I had some old videotapes laying around and I figured that the hard shells in which the videotapes are stored would make a perfect 'album' for my banknotes. The shells are also very practical when you are on a fair and quickly need to store your purchased notes somewhere. By the way, no dust can enter the shells unless you open them, which makes them again very useful. But unfortunately I have some banknotes that have a larger size than 85x175 mm, so I need to store those notes in a 'real' album: Not that it really matters to me, because the cost of the album makes up for the money I have saved on the sleeves!
  2. As the title says, I have a Canadian 1$ bill from 1954, the serial number is 5000000, there is a fraction of the letters z and m in front of the serial number (Z/M). The signatures at the bottom are M. Beattie and H. Rasminsky. The banknote is in rough shape (obviously well-circulated): -There is a significant fold mark at the halfway point, and 2 less visible fold marks at the 1/4 and 3/4 points -It's gathered dirt and if it was circulated a lot, sweat too (The usual white around the edges has turned yellow) -One corner is folded, the others are slightly bent -Around the border there are some bends -On the reverse there is two clear liquid stains (saliva/rain???) If you prefer to see a picture: http://postimage.org/image/8upaizggx/ The picture was taken in an area without direct light...the yellowish color is really only present on the border. Could anyone give me an estimate on what it's worth? Cheers! -Jeremy
  3. Morning, I recently bought a small collection of Pre-WWII and WWII banknotes and coins from a small militaria shop near to where I live. I was hoping that someone would be able to give me more information on the notes/coins, as I purchased them specifically because of the dates they were printed/minted. If someone could give me more information or even a value I will be very grateful. I have graded the notes as honestly and fairly as possible. I bought all of it for £10, and quickly bought them home and put it all into protective sleeves and cases. As I walked in he had just bought a suitcase with it all in, and that is probably why I got it for a 'tenner', as he was more interested in the uniforms and medals. The set consists of 21 notes and 4 coins, and are as followed: Banknotes Tien (10) Gulden (Princess Emma (Old Woman) Rembrandt Version) - Dated 20 June 1940 - Very Fine (One edge has a fold on it) Tien (10) Gulden (Blue Version) - Dated 4 February 1943 (Series 2) - Very Fine 2 Een (1) Gulden (Red Version - Both Dated 4 February 1943 (Series 2) - Fine/Very Fine (Light folds on one of the notes) Een (1) Gulden - Dated 1 October 1938 (Series BX) - Very Good (Paper is very thin in the middle though) 4 Funfzig Pfennig (1/2 Mark) - Dated Serie 1944 (Allied Military Authority) - Very Fine/Good (Three are in very good condition, but one is quite dirty) Eine (1) Rentenmark - Dated Serie 1944 (Allied Military Authority) - Very Fine (Nice colour and one fold along one corner) Eine (1) Rentenmark - Dated 30 January 1937 - Very Fine (Best note of the lot, brilliant colour and no folds/pin holes) Bwei (2) Rentenmark - Dated 30 January 1937 - Very Fine (One fold down the middle) (Belgian) Cinq (5) Francs - Dated 1 February 1943 - Fine - (Has a dirty mark on the top right corner) (Belgian) Dix (10) Francs - Dated 1 February 1943 - Very Fine (Has no marks or folds, but paper is a little dirty) (Belgian) Vinght (20) Francs - Dated 23 January 1943 - Good (The worst note of the lot, good colour, but has dirty marks round most of the edge, and has many folds, no tears though) (French) Deux (2) Francs - Dated Serie De 1944 - Very Good (French) Cinq (5) Francs - Dated Serie De 1944 - Good ( No rips/holes but is quite grubby) 2 (French) Cinq (5) Francs - Dated 2 June 1943 - Very Good/Fine (Both notes are a bit grubby with a minor fold down the middle) (French) Dix (10) Francs - Dated 2 February 1939 - Good (Colour is nice, but one major rip along the top border cuts a little into the design) (French) Vingt (20) Francs - Dated 28 January 1943 - Very Good (Tiny rip on top border, does not go into the design though) Coins 5 (Silver) Reichmark (with Swastika) - Dated 1938 - Great condition, no signs of cleaning/tarnish/damage 5 (Silver) Reichmark (with Eagle & 2 small Swastika) - Dated 1935 - Very Good condition, has the Potsdam Garrison Church on the back 2 (Part-Silver) Reichmark (with Swastika) - Dated 1937 - Very good condition, shows signs of circulation 10 (Iron) Stadt Duren - Dated 1918 - Brilliant condition, considering it is Iron, there is not rust/damage/tarnish
  4. Hello Everybody. I'd be interested in your thoughts on this 10 Kroner Norway Norges Bank 1944 banknote. It was acquired during our father's infantry service during World War 2 Battle of the Bulge, campaigns, etc. I think it's one of the Norges Bank WWII Government-in-Exile 10 Kroners dated 1944 with Prefix Z and KRIGSSEDDEL. Pick P. 20b. London Issue Norway paper money. Another interesting thing about this rare banknote is that it was signed in the field by at least one or two soldiers. The bill is in good shape but has some wear and is faded somewhat. I noted the paper has a slight curl along the left edge of the front of the bill. I have only found minimal references to this note. There are many other 10 Kroner notes but not this one. I also found one auction that sold for $300 but other numismatic references online say this is worth much more money. Is it a rare piece and how valuable would it be if sold at auction or retail? Thank you for all your help.
  5. Hello, I have one ruble banknote of 1880. Is it any worth? Thank you Charis
  6. Let's see how far back we can go with it. Rules: must be a banknote, notgeld, promissory note or paper currency and must have a date, either issue, series or in the serial number. I don't have 2013 (do 2014s exist yet?), so feel free anybody to post one.
  7. What is the oldest banknote you got from circulation? For me it's a 1976 $2 note and a 1988 $20 note. In Canada I got a 1989 $10 note.
  8. hi i have a 1939 sheehan/ mcfarlane ten shilling note it has a solid 666 in the numbers vf condition i guess what i want to know is does this devils number add any value to the note and if so how much? thanks in advance
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