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2008-10-13 08:30:57
The one from México is about 30 years old, no longer in use.
2008-10-13 08:11:04
Just to give you all some idea of the currency of this currency, the Aussie $1 note was replaced by a $1 coin in 1984.
2008-06-20 06:28:38
[Quote]and yes, I have visited all these places.[/Quote] My jealousy has determined that you suck!
2008-06-20 06:26:33
LOL. I forgot the "t"
2008-06-19 03:52:05
I'm not clear on this yet--are these notes old? jesus.
2008-06-19 03:50:56
I carries the Sha's picture too! Sweet.
2008-06-18 22:32:19
Great pic! Finnish note is pretty old, that is from about 1960. Third row (from down) first.
2008-06-18 03:26:30
most of these currencies are not used anymore. e.g. the hungarian forin is, but this 10 forint is not used for at least 25 years.
2008-06-18 02:15:14
Good one!
2008-06-17 23:17:54
Excellent pic Warwick.
2008-06-17 20:52:54
Independence doesn't sound very accurate, does it?
2008-06-17 17:54:13
What I'd like to have are a ten bob note, and a thruppeny bit. The former, because that's what a great aunt used to give me for Cristmas, the latter because it's a lovely object, and reminds me of childhood.
2008-06-17 14:36:32
Excellent! Made me all damp with nostalgia for the old British one pound note (it's now only a nasty little coin). Thank you!
2008-06-17 14:29:38
i think these are collection items and are not in use any more(not even the US 1 dollar bill that is so familiar to some of us). for example in the 2nd row from bottom, last column, 10 hungarian forints, valid between 1947-1992.
2008-06-17 14:26:01
i think these are collection items and are not in use any more(not even the US 1 dollar bill that is so familiar to some of us). for example in the 2nd row from bottom, last column, 10 hungarian forints, valid between 1947-1992.
2008-06-17 13:28:15
Eleventh note in first column is Czechoslovakia "10 Koruna". It isn't used for nearly 20 years ;-)
2008-06-17 12:56:25
Rhodesia is the old name for Zimbabwe, before they got their independence.
2008-06-17 12:21:07
There are many missing but, that is a fine collection.
2008-06-17 12:18:21
I carries the Sha's picture.
2008-06-17 12:17:27
Middle column third one down: $1 Bank of Rhodesia. Where is that? ;)
2008-06-17 12:10:12
Great collection!I can't identify allot of them. So many different worlds on this earth!
2008-06-17 11:43:28
The Iranian bank note(the middle one in the 1st row ) is too old & no more in use!
2008-06-17 11:34:10
I remembered ABBA's song
2008-06-17 11:25:08
lol, I can tell that this photo is a little old. Middle column, number 7 from the bottom is a Zimbabwe $5 note. At the moment it costs 1 billion dollars to buy a loaf of bread. $5 notes have not existed for quite a while over there.
2008-06-17 11:22:39
Well, there's no hate involved, but since an average person does't get to travel so extensively, it's really hard, yet amazing there are so many stange currencies. Great photo. I really can't begin to identify even a tenth of them.