I've found a number of old bills stuffed inside a book left me by my father. He spent time in North Africa and Italy during WWII and most of them are from those areas. I discovered your forum yesterday and was immediately able to identify a German propaganda US 5$ bill (on the US banknote forum). So now I turn to you guys. Any information you can give me on these notes (and others to come) would be greatly appreciated. Do they have any collectable value?
Also, please advise as to how I should store these. I'm quite certain "stuffed in a book" is not ideal!
500 Franc note (1-7-1926) Big--8 3/4" * 2 1/2"
5 Franc notes (16-11-1942) Small--3 7/8" 8 2 1/2" Four of these--w/Lower Left Corner/Lower Right Corner 422/P.1046 104/U.435 895/P.376 876/V.17
5 Franc (A.2-3-1933) Stamped(?) TUNISIE (assuming Tunisia, right?) B.4001 (upper left/lower right) 686 (upper right/lower left