Money - Paper Currency - Foreign, Part 1

Money - Paper Currency - Foreign, Part 1


Money is fascinating... Our own currency, foreign money, the various sizes, colors, the designs, and they are all pieces of history. Although many may not have much real-life value, they are a novelty that can be mounted, or given as gifts. Some of these are in great shape and others are worn and have masking tape on the back (previously mounted). The price reflects the condition. All were researched, compared values and prices on the various markets and value-guides.

Austria:

Zwanzig (20) Schilling, (1967) (5) ava., VF/EF $4.95

(1920) 50 Heller, Purple, VG $0.95

(1922) 2 Kronen, Red, VG $0.95

Bahamas:

Bahama 1 Dollar, (2000) (4) ava., F $0.95

Brazil:

1930-40's? 20 Cruzeiros, worn, G $0.95

China:

500 Green (1947), G $0.95

(1940's) 20 Blue, G $0.95

(1940's) 1 Green, G $0.95

(1940) 5 Blue, G $0.95

(1940's) Red Bridge/Building, G $0.95

(1940's) China Red, G $0.95

(1947) Blue, was torn in half, taped, G $.49

Columbia:

(1972) 1 Peso, VF $0.95

France:

(1944) 10 Franc, G $0.95

Germany:

Zehn (10) Deutsche Mark, (1980) (2) ava., VF/EF $4.95

Most of the following is from the 1920's, when Germany had run-away inflation. They got to the point where they stopped printing the money on both sides of the paper to save time. People would literally bring baskets and boxes of paper notes just to buy the simple basics like a loaf of bread... unbeliveable time! Because of the chaos and panic, the people embrassed the promises of a saavy leader, Adolph Hitler, and the doctrine of socialism. And we all know what happened from that point.

(1919) Set of (4) 50 Mark, worn-tears, AG/G $0.95

(1920) 100 Mark, worn-tears, G $0.95

(1920) 10 Mark, worn, G $0.95

(1922) 500 Mark, VG/F $1.95

(1923) 1 Million Mark. Blank on the back side... they were printing the currency so fast, they wanted to save the time. VG/F $1.95

(1914) 20 Mark, Blue, F/VF $4.95

(1925) 100 Mark, VG/F $1.95

(1922) I Million Mark - Overprint on 100 Mark Notes. They were printing the currency so fast, they wanted to save the time, so they just printed over the former notes with 1,000,000 Marks. (2) ava. VG $1.95

(1915) 1000 Mark, Tan. Beautiful Note, a bit worn, but not bad for 100 years old! F/VF $14.95

(1908) 100 Mark Blue with Green Seal, (2) ava., Beautiful Notes, a bit worn, but not too bad for 100+ years old! VG/F $15.95

(1908) 100 Mark Blue with Red Seal, (2) ava., Beautiful Notes, a bit worn, but not too bad for 100+ years old! VG/F $15.95

(1937) 1 Mark (5) ava., worn, G/VG $0.95

(1920) 1 Mark. Set of (2) G/VG $0.95

(1920) 2 Mark, Red. Set of (2) G/VG $0.95

Italy:

(1980's) 500 Lire, (6) ava. VF/EF $2.95

(1982) 1000 Lire, (10) ava. VF/EF $4.95

Japan:

(1940s) 100 Tan, WWII, worn with some small tears, taped, G $0.95

(1940s) 10 Tan, WWII, worn, G $0.95

(1940s) 100 Blue WWII, worn, G $0.95

(1940s) 1 Tan, WWII, worn, G $0.95

(1940s) 1 Peso, WWII, G $0.95


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