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My Rare Money & Coin Collection (56k)


FamousNYLover

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Bank of Scotland

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Bank of Indonesia

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This was found in book that I bought at NYPL 96th St Library. I never found out if it real or fake.

 

$2 Bill

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Brazil

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What Currency is This?

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Mexico

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Japanese (YEN)

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Hong Kong

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Korean

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Singapore

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Canada

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Enjoy it!!

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Nice collection!

 

In order of which you asked they are Euro which is now used in most countries in Europe, then the two other ones were used in France, then the second to last was used in communist USSR and the last one was used in Hungary.

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Nice collection!

 

In order of which you asked they are Euro which is now used in most countries in Europe, then the two other ones were used in France, then the second to last was used in communist USSR and the last one was used in Hungary.

 

I did not see any USSR coins there, i think you are mistaken sir.

FamousNYLover: send me your address, i will send you couple of paper bills that i have from Russia and Ukraine, i think i have some coins some where also, but i havent seen them in a while

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What Currency is this?

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The above coins are Euro coins from Europe. The 10 cent and 50 cent pieces were minted in Ireland and the 20 cent piece was minted in France.

 

What Currency is This?

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The above coin is an out of circulation 20 centime coin from France. 100 centimes equaled 1 franc, 6.5 francs equaled $1 US Dollar.

 

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The first coin above is a 10 pence piece from the United Kingdom and is still used. The second piece is an out of circulation 1 Irish pound coin; punt is gaelic for pound (100 pence = 1 pound, 1 pound = $1.71 US), the third coin, also from Ireland and out of circulation, was worth 5 pence.

 

What Currency is This?

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The above coin is an out of circulation 1 franc coin from France.

 

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The above coin is worth 1 krona from Sweden, about 16¢ US.

 

What Curreny is These?

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The seven coins listed above are all Hungarian forint coins. 195 forint = $1 US Dollar. In the six coin photo, the middle bottom coin with the star on it was issued when Hungary was under communist rule. All the other forint coins were minted after the collapse of the Soviet Union.

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