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US MPC Series 692

 

Issued: October 7,1970

Withdrawn: June 1,1971 -fractional denominations: March 15,1973 - dollar denominations

 

Countries of use: Vietnam.

 

Printed by U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing

 

The design of the fractional notes obverse is called Guardian and was done by James Earl Frasier. The reverse is an Eagle. Designer information for the reverse is not available.

 

The $1 note reverse is Pablo and was designed by Marcus W. Baldwin. The front of the $5 note, Eve, was designed by Edward R. Felver and the back, Elk, is thought to have been designed by Len Buckley. The front of the $10 note is Chief Hollow Horn Bear by L. Schofield and the back, Eagle, is by Charles S. Brooks. The front of the $20 note is Chief Ourey by Noyes while the back is the Roosevelt Dam and the designer is unknown.

 

Denominations: 5 cents, 10 cents, 25 cents, 50 cents, 1 dollar, 5 dollars, 10 dollars, and 20 dollars.

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US MPC Series 692 - 10 cents

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US MPC Series 692 - 25 cents

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US MPC Series 692 - 50 cents

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US MPC Series 692 - 1 dollar

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note from Art's collection

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US MPC Series 692 - 5 dollars

 

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image from Saor Alba's collection

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US MPC Series 692 - 10 dollars

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US MPC Series 692 - 20 dollars

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Great note. So nice to see Scottish Money posting!

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