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25 May 2022

Series 2013, 2017 and 2017A and others, US $1 FRNs

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Most of all printed and engraved or minted currency bring details and features that may fall uncommon to the normal specifications. Such situations may occur within US currency and, when they happen it could mean interests among collectors because notes or coinage with "errors" or production details are attractive and represent an ongoing upscale in value.Here I present various FRN's with small ink smudges or bubbles in the serial numbers, and other peculiar cutting issues withing the rectangular shape of each bill where the error occurred.

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25 May 2022

1987 Mexico 500 Pesos Coin

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The design of this large type coin brings the National Coat of Arms of Mexico on its obverse, with its legendary eagle killing a serpent. The coin's reverse shows the image of President Francisco Madero. A short-lived presidency, Madero successfully took over Porfirio Díaz government to try to enhance the Nation's democratic stability. His term lasted from November 1911 to February 1913.The coin is impressive for its design of yet modern and conservative style. It is minted with the known symbol of $ besides the denomination of 500 "pesos" and the usage of this familiar symbol should not be confused with the US Dollar notation mark.

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24 May 2022

1974 Dominican Republic 5 Centavos Coin

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The currency of the Dominican Republic for this year of 1974 was the Peso or the Peso Oro. Its change rate at that time in USD was:1974 Dominican Peso = 35.7294 US Dollar, according to "exchangerates.org" facts and figures.Within this year 1974 and throughout the following decades, the economy of the Dominicans strived from services, mostly tied to tourism, to low exportation of coffee, refined sugar and agricultural products.

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24 May 2022

1964 French West Indies 10 Francs Banknote

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Along the 1950's and 1960's the French West Indies, better known as the French Antilles in the Caribbean, were a high traffic spot for tourism coming in from the entire globe. This is much going still today, however, the islands have become separate sovereign states each.This still attractive and colorful banknote was issued in 1964, in France and supported or backed-up by the French Franc. The French Antilles financial overseer was the "Institut pour Départements D'Autre Mer" or the Institute for Overseas Departments, of the French Ministry for Financial Affairs.

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23 May 2022

1973 United Arab Emirates 1 Dirham Coin

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The currency of the United Arab Emirates is known as the "Dirham" since 1973 when it replaced the Dubai and Qatar "Riyal."The Dirham's monetary code is AED and is valued as 1 dirham = 100 fils. This beautiful type of coin was issued under President Zayed Al Nahyan, Sultan of the Emirates.

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22 May 2022

2000 & 2009 East Caribbean Islands 10 Cents

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These beautiful ten cents coins run into two different aspects of Queen Elizabeth II's images. The depiction of the Queen is brought to reality by a margin of almost ten years.

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21 May 2022

1958 Ghana 1 Penny

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Kwame Nkrumah, hero, visionary, fighter, politician and former President of the Republic of Ghana. Known earlier as Gold Coast, this African country separated from the British dominion officially in early 1962, and was consolidated as a Nation since Kwame Nkrumah's first call to gather as a sole sovereign Nation in 1957.What brings to the attention of the beholder is the image of the Republic's first president, the Star of Ghana on the other side and, an interesting combination of Latin terms with English denomination. A piece of valuable monetary history to own.

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21 May 2022

1987 Mexico 5000 Pesos Banknote

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On the 13th of September, 1847 a heavy battle was fought between US and Mexican Forces outside México City. The Battle of Chapultepec and its Castle was marked in history forever.On the obverse of this large printed note the images of the faces of six brave adolescent Mexican cadets who defender gallantly their beliefs and honor as the call to arms was given.The reverse of this bsnknote brings us the central view of the reknown Chapultepec Castle outside the Mexican capital, among other contemporary features Already non-circulating this is a nice bill to safekeep. Enjoy.

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