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Picked these two up recently. Both pretty rare notes, especially the 25 rubles from 1899. Now, all I'm missing from the 1898-99 issue is the 5 ruble.

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Treuenbrietzen 50 pfennig notgeld. The coin dealer I went to has binders with notgeld series and gave me this.

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Poland 100 Zlotych

 

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Italy 10000 Lire

 

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Cambodia 500 Riels (Baxuss is faster than me on this one)

 

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Israel 5 Lirot

 

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A seemingly humble note, this is an extremely rare note. Unissued except for a very, very few which were released before errors were reported, the vast majority of this issue was withdrawn, gathered up, and destroyed. I take this as the only way I'd get this note without it costing me thousands of dollars.

 

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They issued this series in two different versions, one in Serbian (Cyrillic), one in Bosnian (Roman), as I recall. In this Serbian issue, if you look at the name of Ivo Andric, they used the wrong letter to spell Andric's name. My understanding is that this was very offensive to the Serbian-speaking population of Bosnia.

 

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The last letter, which is written on the note as ђ should actually be ћ. They are two completely different letters.

 

The 5 convertible mark note also has an error, although it wasn't this blatant. On the reverse of both language notes, they used only the Roman spelling of five, "PET" rather than "PET" for the Bosnian and "ПET" for the Serbian.

 

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Very nice. I especially like that peacock.

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The colour and font on the 10000 Colones looks rather similar to that of the 2000s Canadian $20.

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nice 20 Francs :) might get one later

 

3 new for ITALY

 

50.000 Lire 'volto di donna' 1978

 

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1 Lira ' Luogotenenza ' 1944 (Fascist regime gone) - tiny note -

 

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2 Lire 'Luogotenenza', tiny note

 

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finally direct link to my italian collection :

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