So here it is people. Part 2 of my currency collection. In this video I show you the foreign bank notes I've collected throughout the years. In the next video I will show you the coins that my wife and I have collected! Exchange rate to USD included.
Foreign Bank Notes in this video:
Israeli New Shekel, South African Rand, Czech Koruna, United Arab Emirates Dirham, Thai Baht, New Taiwan Dollar, Vietnamese Dong, Australian Dollar, Swiss Franc, Peruvian Sol and Indian Rupee.
Part 1: https://youtu.be/OQfyyYISuFI
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I live in malaysia and i did collect more than 100 countries banknote. Some are unc that i bought online. Some are aunc. And some are circulated banknotes. I have curacao banknote. The country that no more exist now. And i also have nigerian pound banknote. Would love to own panama's balboa banknote one day. And greenland kroner as well.rarest banknotes.
That 20 Baht note is a special edition for the old king who died last year. I only collect banknotes from places Iv'e lived or visited & have 60+ currencies but many are no longer used. Australia was the 1st country to use polymer (plastic) banknotes with a $10 1988 special edition for it's Bi-cenntary. I added that last just as useless trivia! lol :- )
I am from Poland and I have notes from South Korea, Ukraine, USA, Czech Republic and Euros. I also have old coins from Poland, Hungary, Italy, Germany, Russia, Netherlands and Greece. Love collecting more coins and notes :)
If you want some suggestions about what banknotes to collect then here is my list of banknotes that every numismatic should have. I am not including super expensive banknotes like those of Panama or Palestine but the ones which can be easily collected by an average numismatic -
1. Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollars - Yes, this banknote tops the list. This is the one with highest number of zeroes on the face of the banknote. But remember, this is NOT the highest denomination of banknote ever printed. That would be Hungarian Pengo.
2. Montenegro Perper - These are super cool banknotes. Even though the currency was in circulation for only 10 years between 1906-1916, the banknotes are available on numismatic markets around the world. Especially the 1 Perper banknote is not very hard to find.
3. Russian Rubles Tsar Era - These big sized banknotes can really become the highlight of your collection. Especially the 100 Rubles from 1910. For around 10 USD you can find an awesome piece of history for your collection.
4. Swiss Francs - I see you already have one. These banknotes are really a piece of art. The amount of security features on these banknotes is impeccable. Plus, the new series has been designed with so much intelligence that it baffles one's mind when all the details about a single piece of paper is revealed to them.
5. West African Banknotes - They are much more beautiful than the Central African banknotes. But I am talking about the older series of 80s and 90s. The higher denominations are expensive but you may get 500-1000 Francs at reasonable prices.
6. Thailand 60 Baht square banknote - An odd denomination on an odd shape. This banknote is one amazing commemorative banknote. Features King Rama IX.
7. Barbados banknotes - As soon as you see them you will want to touch them and have them. They are that good. Beautiful colors and great security features. Plus, Barbados is such a beautiful country and they have given a glimpse of the country on their banknotes.
8. Bermuda banknotes - Just like Barbados banknotes, Bermuda banknotes are also a piece of art. They are all hybrid banknotes (paper + polymer), All are vertical and features the colorful birds of the country.
There are many more banknotes that I think a collector should have. Like Germany notgeld or the Mark from the era of WW1 and WW2. Japanese Invasion Money (JIM) from countries like Philippines, Malaysia, etc. All these banknotes are very reasonably available at local numismatic markets. Otherwise you may contact me and I can arrange them for you.
Ok, I agree. The banknotes from that era were really beautiful. I especially like the banknotes printed in 1930s. The ones with Queen Maria and King Peter as a child. Too bad WW2 completely destroyed Yugoslavia and then the split made it even worse. Look at what has become of Bosnia after the partition. Where are you from?
I can’t comment all the ones I have but my recent additions are:
10 USD note
1 USD note
10 CHF note
2 10 Polish Zloty notes
2 1 Qatari Riyal notes
10 MYR note
5 MYR note
20 SGD note
20 BND note
Ehh I really have a lot
I have in my collection old 5, 10,20, euro. Peseta española. Lire italia. Germany reichmark Nazi. Germany mark DDR. Germany mark inflation 1920. Russian rouble Soviet union time 1960, 1920. Russian empire rouble . Grivna of Ukraine.
I have all countries and full sets in my collection,long years of collecting,and I use Brazilian real cause I am from Brazil:D,my currency is in singular real like 1 real and In Plural it’s Reais,like if you have 2 and more then it’s reais,and it’s reading like HEAL AND HEAIS,cause we read R like a H,and too Peruvian sol I can say,I lived in Peru for 2 years,and I don’t know why in US it’s so hard to get roubles Russian,yes I know politics but still,you can get those currencies like KRW and RUB like everywhere,once I collected Syrian pound in Brazil,and North Korean won in China...by the way good video,like!i hope that I taught you something about our currencyXD,I spent like US$300-500 for the banknotes every month,by the way sorry for maybe bad English.Thank you for reading my comment and I wish you nice day.
Regards(saudações in Portuguese)
I wanna see you pronounced these words 😂
CAOILFHIONN (it’s a name)
D’fhéach mise agus mo chairde an clár “An Cluiche Domhnach” ,agus d’itheamar a lán milseáin agus críospaí.
This is all Irish,and after 8/9 years of learning it I still can barely speak it 🇮🇪😂
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