World Paper Money

Paper money was first printed in China during the middle ages. In the 17th century, Sweden began to print paper money as a substitute for its cumbersome copper "plate money". From those humble beginnings, use of paper money has spread around the world. Colorful and diverse, a collection of world bank notes provides a truly global view.


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France, 1936 100 Francs, 78c, XF (two pinholes)

France, 1936 100 Francs, 78c, XF (two pinholes)

Scarce 1936 100 Franc banknote of the Banque de France. 78c is the rarer of the three signature varieties for this type. The note has a few folds,...
$120.00

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Great Britain, 1955-1960 Ten Shilling Note, Ch VF

Great Britain, 1955-1960 Ten Shilling Note, Ch VF

Pre-decimal banknote of the Bank of England. Signature of L. K. O'Brien (c. 1955-1960). Choice Very Fine condition.
$20.00

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