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First is Haitian, ca. 2004, second is a Netherlands 100 Gulden.

 

Thanks Scottishmoney,

 

Ok, there is such banknotes. I am aware where they are from, but just not sure whether they exists as I do not have the world papermoney catalogue. ( I still refuse to buy one of those because they are terribly expensive especially when they are ship to Singapore ).

 

:ninja:;);)

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( I still refuse to buy one of those because they are terribly expensive especially when they are ship to Singapore ).

 

 

Hmm.. I'd assume like everything else, they'd eventually have to go through Singapore :ninja:

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Hmm.. I'd assume like everything else, they'd eventually have to go through Singapore :ninja:

 

We don't find them on the shelf of Singapore book store or coin and banknote shop. These catalogue get outdated very quickly. The shop do not keep them. You just have to order from Amazon, Ebay and on the net. It's unfortunate.

 

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see, you might as well keep on trying. From time to time, members here might sell their second hand version cheap. ;)

 

Thanks, will keep a look out. The biggest problem with this catalogue is that they get outdated every year. Prices and new issue happens the whole year round. I believe they have resolved this issue with the publisher. I read somewhere and sometime back that they will have a subscribed website to view the new updated prices and details.

 

Back to the topic on "Is there such a banknote ?". I had a discussion with a fellow collector friend. Recently,we found that there is an Iranian seller ( I won't name him or his email address ), selling these solid banknotes aiming at specialized collectors. You can see those scan earlier in this topic. My fellow collector friend was also offered his specialized serial number notes. The question is does this exists only in the world of photoshop. It surprises me to see so many exotic countries solid number at any one time. Moreover, they are of exceptional rarities such as first prefix solids such as AAA 888888, A888888 from countries such as Cook Islands, Bosnia, Tonga etc. For those specialized collectors, do be careful. Another attractive part is the selling price. They are cheap by market pricing. The seller only wanted cash payment and nothing else. That is also another suspicious point to note. You may send the cash but you will never received any notes later.

 

Just be careful. They are preying on banknote hobbyists like us.

 

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Banknotes with the designs shown on your photo exist and are illustrated in world paper money. They are Netherlands 100 Gulden 1977 (1981) P97 in world paper money and Haiti 25 Gourdes 2004, P273 in WPM. The serial numbers shown are possible to exist for these banknotes to.

 

In Sweden it is possible to lend world paper money at the library, or at least read it there.

 

For eBay I recomend bidding only if the seller has 100% or near 100% positive feedback, and at least 100 positive points for selling objects (not buying), at least if it is an expensive bank note. Of course such things as very cheap objects that no one are bidding on, countries with bad reputation, only cheap banknotes sold before, sellers that insist on cash payment and hidden feedback record are things that can be important to watch out for.

 

//Joakim

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Banknotes with the designs shown on your photo exist and are illustrated in world paper money. They are Netherlands 100 Gulden 1977 (1981) P97 in world paper money and Haiti 25 Gourdes 2004, P273 in WPM. The serial numbers shown are possible to exist for these banknotes to.

 

In Sweden it is possible to lend world paper money at the library, or at least read it there.

 

For eBay I recomend bidding only if the seller has 100% or near 100% positive feedback, and at least 100 positive points for selling objects (not buying), at least if it is an expensive bank note. Of course such things as very cheap objects that no one are bidding on, countries with bad reputation, only cheap banknotes sold before, sellers that insist on cash payment and hidden feedback record are things that can be important to watch out for.

 

//Joakim

 

Hi Joakim,

 

Very well said. You are right. Need some careful study of the seller feedback. I need to add one additional point. When looking at the feedback history, do look out whether they are given from local buyers. In some case like in China, most of the buyers who gave good rating are from the local countries. That is an important point to note. The rest is quite clear on this important point.

 

The Iranian seller is not from ebay. He approached specialist collectors. So it is something quite fishy. We have a group of world collectors specializing on fancy numbers. Sometimes we exchange information and that is vital to protect ourselves from these fraud cases.

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