11 Jan 2023

1970 Mexico 10 Pesos Banknote

Paper Money-World | AC coin$

In this very significant 10 Pesos Banknote's obverse the face depiction of Father Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla appears as a symbol of how the Mexican Nation came to be. Father Hidalgo was born in 1753 and died in 1811. Beyond being a Catholic Priest, he was a military leader, an inspiration to his peers in matters of political freedom and, the voice who openly called upon Mexicans to fight for independence from Spain.The Dolores Cathedral is shown on the bill's reverse. This landmark is located in Guanajuato, Mexico. From this place, at the pulpit, Father Hidalgo launched his independence revolutionary call.Issued by the Bank of Mexico this 10 MXP note is still nicely preserved with 53 years of age. Thanks for your visits and comments.

13 Dec 2022

1979 Afghanistan 20 Afghanis Banknote

Paper Money-World | AC coin$

The Bamiyan Province is located in the middle section of Afghanistan. The magnificent Band-e-Amir National Park belongs to this natirally beautiful region. This 20 Afghanis note shows part of the Parks scenic views and receptions center on the reverse of this bill.

02 Dec 2022

1977 Mexico 20 Pesos Banknote

Paper Money-World | AC coin$

A quite colorful banknote, the "veinte pesos" (20 MXP) bill is a nice sample of paper-money printing. The note brings the face of José María Morelos, Mexican independence from Spain fighter and politician, laid on the obverse's right side. The city-county of Morelia, state of Michoacán bears the leader's last name essence.The currency of the Republic of Mexico is the Peso. It is a quite competitive worldwide known currency yet supported by a still growing financual market.The reverse of this beautiful banknote brings us a depiction of Quetzalcoatl Pyramid in Teotihuacán, Mexican historic's district. A powerful and cultural rendition for a note. Yet with little circulation the bill is rather clean of ink strikes or mishaps, and preserved. Enjoy it as part of my nice international monetary items.

28 Nov 2022

1979 Afghanistan 10 Afghanis Banknote

Paper Money-World | AC coin$

The currency of Afghanistan is the Afghani. It has been quite an interest for collectors in Eastern Europe, Turkey and, the Americas.Mostly decorated with islamic motifs, lettering and linear designs, some brought exquisite caligraphy noted by enthusiasts.Another Afghan financial ministry trend has been the inclusion of some of the mountain range of this beautiful country, in many bill denominations as well as specific architecture significant to the population's beliefs and history.This 10 Afghanis note is a well kept example of the features described above. Enjoy it as part of my international currecy collections.

12 Sep 2022

1898 Russia 1 Ruble Note

Paper Money-World | AC coin$

Long before the Russian Kopeks, the Ruble was the standard running currency. It was even accepted in Finland as ties with the two countries existed for centuries.


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