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Foreign banknote identification, help required. Thanks


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I dno't want to be a pain in the a$$, but it's actually Kuponi (at least that what it says on the banknotes). Probably this was a currency they used while they recently broke free from the USSR and before they got their own Lari (like Moldova and their Cupon etc..).


Anyway, Gerogian banknotes (and coins) are easy to identify by the scipt. It's curved and nice and it always has the country name on them, written as საქართველო (saqarTvelo = Georgia), and the value (TeTri or lari (or in this case kuponi, which writes თეთრი, ლარი & კუპონი).


Nice notes btw!

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