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As for me, the most colorful despot and dictator was Emperor Bokassa of the Central African Empire.

 

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http://banknotegalle...000-francs.html

 

Central African Republic 500 francs http://banknotegalle...n-republic.html

 

Central African Republic 1000 francs http://banknotegalle...rency-1000.html

 

Central African Empire 10000 Francs http://banknotegalle...000-francs.html

 

That's a really beautiful note, and rare.

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As for me, the most colorful despot and dictator was Emperor Bokassa of the Central African Empire.

 

French+Equatorial+Africa+10000+Francs+Bokassa+banknote.jpg

 

http://banknotegalle...000-francs.html

 

Central African Republic 500 francs http://banknotegalle...n-republic.html

 

Central African Republic 1000 francs http://banknotegalle...rency-1000.html

 

Central African Empire 10000 Francs http://banknotegalle...000-francs.html

 

 

He has his 15 pieces of flair on his uniform....

 

I got two brand new Japanese 2000 yen notes from the airport ATM today. Haven't scanned yet but nice circulating commems I am told

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Nigerian military ruler General Murtala Ramat Muhammed (8 November 1938 - 13 February 1976)

 

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North Korean "Supreme Leader" Kim Jong Il (16 February 1941 - 17 December 2011) official birth place (not real!), Baekdu Mountain

 

Now that Kim Jong Il died :yahoo:, we expect a bill with the portrait of him :read:

 

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President of Sudan from 1969 to 1985, Gaafar Muhammad an-Nimeiry (1 January 1930 - 30 May 2009)

 

20 Sudanese Pounds - 1981

 

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President of Uganda from 1966 to 1971 and 1980-1985, Apolo Milton Obote (28 December 1925 - 10 October 2005)

 

1.000 Shillings - N.D. (1983)

 

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don't forget this man

 

 

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Nice one! One day I need to get a Lenin note (I have many stamps and medals though). Next on my list is the Gaddafi 1 dinar and Al-Assad 1000 pounds.

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To some, particularly in the SE United States Native American tribes, this poke was a dictator who flagrantly disregarded John Marshall and the US Supreme Court and forced them at gunpoint to travel west on the "Trail of Tears":

 

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My Cherokee ancestors went to, well sort of...

 

They took a "wrong turn" and ended up in the Republic of Texas and were given protection by their old friend, President Sam Houston.

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Hey Jazinta

 

it's nice idea and i think unique to collect these banknotes

 

i have banknotes with dictators of these contries : Iran , Iraq , Burma ( Myanmar ) Libya " Ghaddafi " , Zambia , Zaeir , Nigeria , Saudi Arabia , Vietnam , Cuba , North Korea , Thailand , Nepal , Mongolia , Tanzania , Borundi

 

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