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Collecting Transportation Banknotes

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Beautiful notes everyone. :bthumbsup:

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Ox carts and Elephants moving things around the old Laoation style.

 

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I would like to see more trains though.

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Texas was it's own country from 1836-45 and was recognised by United Kingdom and France as country. City of Mobile is from Alabama - technically speaking that note might still be redeemable by the city corporation. Texas notes - easily to collect. The Mobile note is very very rare, especially in $3 denomination - less than 5 known examples.

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Does anyone here collect just Transportation Notes?

 

 

Yes, if they also have beautiful ladies on them. :bhyper:

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Are there any ships or trains that are depicted on banknotes from two seperate countries?

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Are there any ships or trains that are depicted on banknotes from two seperate countries?

 

 

Surely if they were printed by ABNCo. I have notes from several of the ex Portuguese colonies that have the same ship scenes on the reverse.

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this is a very original transportation of kings,queens and very rich people a lot of centuries ago haha

 

The chair of Philip II king of Spain. two servants have to carry the king. one in the back and one in the front

 

Spain 100 pesetas 1925. Philip II King of Spain (1556-1598)

 

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Spain 50 pesetas 1928

 

The surrender of Breda (The Netherlands) against "Spanish Tercios" in 1625 its a painting of Velazquez with two horses on it! :)

 

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First banknote of an independent Equatorial Guinea from Spain. 1969

A typical equatorial guinese boat.

 

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