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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.