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 Posted 05/04/2022  09:10 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add Wandering Circle to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
1 yuan issued by the Central Bank of China in 1936. Based on an ancient stone relief, the horses are depicted pulling Confucius's carriage.

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1 yuan issued by the Central Bank of China in 1936. Based on an ancient stone relief, the horses are depicted pulling Confucius's carriage.
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1936 Hungarian 10 Tiz Pengo

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Here's one from Italy (P-116b) I won just b/c of the horse on the reverse:
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I liked the look of this P-93a 50,000 Pesos banknote from Mexico with the horse featured on the reverse. I also liked that it was the first AA prefix of Series A. Normally the first prefix doesn't matter much to me but this note has gone through a re-incarnation when Mexico went through a currency reform in 1992 (so hyperinflation would have meant many notes issued). The next re-incarnation was P-97 (50 New Pesos) which would also be a nice complement pair (some day):


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Almost a horse...
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More Notgeld Horses...

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Notgeld Horses...


Little pieces of art.

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Some more Notgeld horses...


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