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 Posted 04/21/2017  07:30 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add january1may to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Um... good luck.
There were a lot of denominations in the Papal States series of the late 18th century.

Just this single page shows denominations of 1-18, 20-22, 24-30, 32, 33, 35-37, 40-42, 44, 48-50, 55, 60, 70, 75, 80, 85, 89, 90, 95, 99, 100, 300, 450, 500, 1000, and 1500 scudi.
This page has 23 and 39 scudi (both numbers missing from the list above). Here is the missing 19.
In principle, they made every value from 1 to 100, but right now I don't have time to search for more pics (though it shouldn't be too hard).
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 Posted 04/21/2017  10:06 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add Arkie to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Fiji honours Olympic gold medal winning Sevens team with $7 banknote

https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/spo...m-7-banknote
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 Posted 04/21/2017  11:52 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add CelticKnot to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
$7 notes... love it.
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 Posted 04/22/2017  01:19 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add Dave L to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Well, there's a whole mess of U.S. Colonial and Continental denominations - They were a bit of a mess, really. My favorite is the Colonial New York 5 Shillings and 4 Pence, equal to two thirds of a Spanish Milled Dollar. Glad I didn't have to do all the conversions they had to do.




Then there were the broken bank notes, too. I have a 1.50 dollars note from back then.


- Dave L
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 Posted 04/22/2017  07:47 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add january1may to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
While verifying the missing numbers in the Papal States series (successfully found 31, 34, 38, 43, 46 and 47, didn't go any further yet), I happened to stumble on this Italian thread, which tried to do the exact same thing (complete with a list) a few years earlier.

(There was also a coin counterpart, which I already mentioned in the other thread - but it appears to be less complete than ours, anyway.)
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 Posted 04/24/2017  3:23 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add DL20K to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
That's a lot of additions, thank you everyone!

The updated list now includes:
- The Fiji $7 note found by Arkie,
- The colonial NY 5s4d note shown by Dave L and his $1.50 note,
- the notes from the Italian thread *,
plus
- some more colonial US and Continental Congress issues (most from here, one from here, and some, such as the 55 dollar note, are shown by Wikipedia),
- Wittenburg 99, 199, and 299 pfennig notgeld (they can be seen among the notes in this lot),
and also some other related ones (i.e. I found out that only one note out of a series was shown and there were more strange ones issued), like these 7, 8, and 9 paoli from the Roman Republic [1798-1800]:



There probably are many more follow-up possibilities among what is already listed.

* except for the Yugoslav note (that one's photoshopped), the Ukrainian ones (those seem to be bond coupons), the German Goldmark ones (I still don't know what they are), this one (I cannot find how many Schillings were there to one Reichsthaler in that state at that time, so I am not certain what the denomination is)...
... and all those Papal states


Below the list as of today.

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Odd denominations on banknotes - updated list for page 2:

1/100: Poland $0.01 Bon Towarowy Pekao
1/50: Poland $0.02 Bon Towarowy Pekao
1/20: France RCTFO 0.05 fr, Poland $0.05 Bon Towarowy Pekao
1/10: Eisenerz POW camp 0.10 heller, Lithuania 0.10 talonas, France RCTFO 0.10 fr, Keeling Cocos Is. 1/10 rupee, Poland $0.10 Bon Towarowy Pekao
1/9: Maryland 1/9 dollar
1/8: Thailand 1/8 tical
1/6: US-Continental Congress 1/6 dollar
1/5: Cambodia 0.2 riel, Lithuania 0.20 talonas
1/4: (common)
3/8: Thailand 3/8 tical
1/3: US-Continental Congress 1/3 dollar
1/2: (common)
2/3: New York 2/3 dollar=5s4d
4/5: Georgia 4/5 dollar
1: (common)
1-1/4: Guernsey 1s3d
1-1/2: Argentina-Santa Fe Province 1-50/100 peso, US $1.50 Vermont State Bank, Rhode Island 30 shillings=1£10s, Roman Republic [1798-1800] 1-1/2 paoli
1-2/3: Maryland 1-2/3 dollar
2: (common)
2-1/2: Netherlands 2.50 gulden, Turkey 2-1/2 lira, Indonesia 2-1/2 rupiah, Suriname 2-1/2 gulden, India (for Burma) 2 rupees 8 annas
3: Russia/USSR 3 roubles, Ukraine 3 karbovanets, Belarus 3 roubles, Czechoslovakia 3 kcs, Bulgaria 3 leva, Mongolia 3 tugrik, Germany/Darlehnskasse Ost 3 rubel, US 3 cents fractional currency, Cyprus 3 piastres, Bahamas 3 dollars, Buenos Aires 3 pesos fuertes, Virginia 3 pounds continental currency, Cuba 3 pesos, Cook Islands $3
3-3/4: South Carolina 3s9d
4: Poland 4 zlote, Bahamas 4 shillings, Buenos Aires 4 pesos fuertes, Buenos Aires 4 centavos fuertes, Delaware 4 shillings, US-Continental Congress 4 dollars, Canada $4
4-1/2: Buenos Aires 4-1/2 centavos fuertes
5: (common)
5-1/3: New York 2/3 dollar=5s4d
6: Virginia 6 dollars, US-Continental Congress 6 dollars
6-1/4: Argentina/Corrientes 6-1/4 centesimos, Colombia 6-1/4 centavos
6-2/3: Sweden 6-2/3 riksdaler banco
7: US-Continental Congress 7 dollars, Fiji 7 dollars *, Roman Republic [1798-1800] 7 paoli
8: Sweden 8 schillingar banco, Buenos Aires 8 centesimos fuertes, Argentina/Rosario 8 pesos fuertes, Massachusetts 8 dollars, Maryland 8 dollars, New York 8 shillings, US-Continental Congress 8 dollars, Roman Republic [1798-1800] 8 paoli
9: Buenos Aires 9 centavos fuertes, Sweden 9 daler kopparmynt, Pennsylvania 9 pence, Roman Republic [1798-1800] 9 paoli
10 (common)
12: Scotland 12 pounds, Sweden 12 schillingar banco, New Jersey 12 shillings
12-1/2: Argentina/Corrientes 12-1/2 centesimos, US 12.5 cents Brooklyn Exchange Office, Colombia 12-1/2 Centavos
14: Sweden 14 koppar schillingar, Buenos Aires 14 centavos fuertes
15: Burma 15 kyats, RSFSR 15 roubles, UK £15, France 15 sols assignat, US 15 cents fractional currency, Buenos Aires 15 pesos fuertes
16: Sweden 16 schillingar banco, Buenos Aires 16 centesimos fuertes
18: New Jersey 18 pence
20 (common)
22: Demerary & Essequebo 1 joe=22 guilders
24: Roman Republic [1849] 24 bajochhi
25 (common)
30: RSFSR 30 roubles, Tirol 30 heller notgeld, UK £30, Ruhpolding 30 pfennig notgeld, Russia Priamur 30 kopeks, Hungary 30 krajczar, Rhode Island 30 shillings=1£10s, US-Continental Congress 30 dollars, Portuguese India 30 escudos, Tunisia 30 dinars, Austria 30 gulden Cassa-Anweisung
32: Sweden 32 skilling banco, Buenos Aires 32 centavos fuertes
33-1/3: Sweden 33-1/3 riksdaler banco
35: Burma 35 kyats, Ruhpolding 35 pfennig notgeld, US-Continental Congress 35 dollars
36: Buenos Aires 36 centavos fuertes
40: Russia 40 roubles, Tirol 40 heller notgeld, UK £40, Ruhpolding 40 pfennig notgeld, Bangladesh 40 taka *, Yugoslavia 40 kronen overprint, Cayman Islands 40 dollars, Buenos Aires 40 centesimos fuertes, Buenos Aires 40 centavos fuertes, Connecticut 40 shillings, Georgia 40 dollars, US-Continental Congress 40 dollars, Thailand 40 ticals
45: Burma 45 kyats
48: Haiti 48 gourdes
50 (common)
55: US-Continetal Congress 55 dollars
60: RSFSR 60 roubles, UK £60, Bangladesh 60 taka *, Thailand 60 baht *, South Carolina 60 dollars, US-Continental Congress 60 dollars, Portuguese India 60 escudos, Austria 60 gulden Cassa-Anweisung
65: US-Continental Congress 65 dollars
70: UK £70, Thailand 70 baht *, France 70 livres assignat
75: Burma 75 kyats, Germany various 75 pfennig notgeld, Tirol 75 heller notgeld, Russia 75 roubles (?), Buenos Aires 75 centavos fuertes
80: UK £80, Pfarrkirchen 80 heller notgeld, Thailand 80 baht *, Thailand 80 ticals
90: Burma 90 kyats, UK £90
97: Freiberg 97 pfennig notgeld
99: Tirol 99 heller notgeld, Wittenburg 99 pfennig notgeld
100 (common)
120: Uruguay 120 centesimos
125: France 125 livres assignat
135: Mantova 135 lire
150: San Marino 150 lire emergency issue
199: Wittenburg 199 pfennig notgeld
200 (common)
220: Demerary & Essequebo 10 joes=220 guilders
250 (common)
299: Wittenburg 299 pfennig notgeld
300: UK £300, Portuguese India 300 escudos, Austria 300 gulden Cassa-Anweisung
400: France 400 livres assignat, Indonesia 400 rupiah, UK £400 [no examples known to survive according to the Bank of England], Thailand 400 ticals, Uruguay 400 pesos
480: Uruguay 480 centesimos
500 (common)
600: Portuguese India 600 escudos, Austria 600 gulden Cassa-Anweisung (?)
750: France 750 livres assignat
800: Thailand 800 ticals
900: Austria 900 gulden Cassa-Anweisung
1000 (common)
1200: Portugal 1200 reis
2000 (common)
2400: Portugal 2400 reis
2500: China 2500 customs gold units
3000: Georgia 3000 lari, US $3000 Phenix Bank NY
4000: Spain-Cadiz 4000 reales
5000 (common)
10,000 (common)
12,800: Portugal 12800 reis
15,000: USSR 15000 roubles
20,000 (common)
25,000: Suriname 25000 gulden
30,000: Georgia 30000 lari
50,000 (common)
100,000 (common)
150,000: Georgia 150000 lari
200,000 (common)
250,000 (common)
300,000: Langquaid 300000 mark notgeld, Brieg 300000 mark notgeld, Fuerth in Bayern 300000 mark notgeld,
500,000 (common)
750,000: Zimbabwe 750000 dollars
1,000,000 (common)
2,000,000 (common)
5,000,000 (common)
10,000,000 (common)
20,000,000 (common)
50,000,000 (common)
75,000,000: Transcaucasian Soviet Republic 75000000 roubles
100,000,000 (common)
200,000,000: Zimbabwe 200 million dollars, Reichsbahn 200 millionen mark, Greece 200 million drachmai
250,000,000: Zimbabwe 250 million dollars
300,000,000: Koblenz 300 millionen mark notgeld
500,000,000 (common)
1,000,000,000 (common)
5,000,000,000: Zimbabwe 5 billion dollars, Germany 5 milliarden mark
10,000,000,000: Zimbabwe 10 billion dollars, Germany 10 milliarden mark
20,000,000,000: Zimbabwe 20 billion dollars, Germany 20 milliarden mark
25,000,000,000: Zimbabwe 25 billion dollars agro-cheque
50,000,000,000: Zimbabwe 50 billion dollars, Germany 50 milliarden mark, Yugoslavia 50 miliardi dinara
100,000,000,000: Germany 100 milliarden mark
200,000,000,000: Germany 200 milliarden mark
500,000,000,000: Germany 500 milliarden mark, Yugoslavia 500 miliardi dinara
1,000,000,000,000: Germany 1 billion mark
2,000,000,000,000: Germany 2 billionen mark
5,000,000,000,000: Germany 5 billionen mark
10,000,000,000,000: Zimbabwe 10 trillion dollars, Germany 10 billionen mark
20,000,000,000,000: Zimbabwe 20 trillion dollars, Germany 20 billionen mark
50,000,000,000,000: Zimbabwe 50 trillion dollars, Germany 50 billionen mark
100,000,000,000,000: Zimbabwe 100 trillion dollars

Modern commemorative note
(?) reported not confirmed = image not found
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 Posted 04/25/2017  01:06 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add Joseph7420 to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
German notgelds!

5/42 Dollar.
0.42 Mark gold.
0.21, 1.05, 2.10, 4.20, and 8.4 Goldmark.
21, 42, and 84 Goldpfennig.
1.75 (or is it 175?) and 2,000,000,000 Mark (type Ctrl F, then 2 Billion to find it quickest).

And Austrian Notgelds!

77, 85, 95 (second page), and 180 Heller.
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 Posted 04/25/2017  05:07 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add DL20K to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Joseph7420, thank you - all added, except for the 77 (that one doesn't look like it even pretended to have been issued for circulation).

Also added: the Dresden 8 goldmark and the Düsseldorf 100 bilionen mark shown in the Notgeld site video, as well as a Chinese 400 yuan note (image).
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 Posted 04/26/2017  3:57 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add DL20K to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Removed the 400 pound note which isn't known to have survived.

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Quote from this site:

Quote:
some Ming-dynasty banknote types have survived to our times. 200 cash banknote model 1375 and 300 cash banknote model 1368-98 are known, but those are extremeley rare. 1000 cash = 1 kuan banknote model 1368-1398 exist in a bit larger scale, and those are available occasionally at numismatic market.

This 300 cash note is pictured in Krause. It has now been added to the list.

Also added Venezuelan notes:
- 8 reales (two types from the 1860s: one, two),
- 400 and 800 bolivares from Banco Caracas (one, two),
- 40 and 400 bolivares from Banco de Maracaibo (one, two),
- Guayana (region) 4 and 8 venezolanos, also 8 venezolanos=40 bolivares (issued in the 1870s: one, two, three),
and a Cape Verde 4 centavos (second from the top here).
Edited by DL20K
04/26/2017 4:03 pm
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 Posted 04/29/2017  06:46 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add DL20K to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
New additions:

Poland / Lodz local issues in roubles dated 1915-1916, overstamped with a new value in marks by the German authorities in 1917:
- 50 kopeks / 1.10 mark
- 1 rouble / 2.20 mark
- 5 roubles / 11 mark
All three pictured here, though the handstamps are at times difficult to read.

Poland / Bialystok local issues of 1915:
- 20 mark = 12 roubles
- 10 mark = 6 roubles
- 3 mark - 1.80 roubles
Images: one, two, three.

And then, we have this 0.91 RM:



Seen in color here. A great rarity according to WCN's description.
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 Posted 04/29/2017  11:47 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add DL20K to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
The Papal States notes mentioned earlier by January1may have been added. I did find a few more of those:

31 (eBay listing) , 34 (Numisbids/Heritage), 38 (eBay listing), 43 (store), 46 (the Italian thread), 74 (Numisbids/M&M), 82 (the Italian thread), 88 (the Italian thread), 91 (Numisbids/Heritage), 93 (Numisbids/Heritage), 115 (eBay unsold), 165 (website), 800 (delcampe), and 900 (delcampe) scudi.

There are fakes of other denominations on eBay as well, so I guess more is still to be found

By chance I also found another 1.05: Scotland 1 pound 1 shilling dated 1804 (Numisbids/M&M).
Edited by DL20K
04/29/2017 2:54 pm
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Added:

3-1/3: Sweden Skanska Privatbanken 3 riksdaler 16 skilling
Lot#344 here (200+ page auction catalog).

16-2/3: Sweden 16-2/3 riksdaler banco (shown here, along with the 6-2/3 and 33-1/3).


The same site lists a 2-2/3 riksdaler banco and a 66-1/3 riksdaler banco issued by Swedish private banks in the 1840s. No pictures, though.
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More additions:
Hungary overprinted 8 filler and 8 pengo, 40 filler and 40 pengo, 80 filler and 80 pengo (1925).
As shown here.
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Added:

Munich / Berg- Hütten- und Salzwerke 3,000,000 mark, 1923-08-14 (eBay listing)

Neustettin / Licht- und Wasserwerke 10 goldmark = 2-8/21 dollar, 1923-12-01 (eBay listing)

Romania Department of Foreign Exchange (Infinex) - 24, 120, 600, 1200 lei:
24 (ebay), 120 (auction), 600 (ebay), 1200 (ebay).
Edited by DL20K
05/10/2017 06:01 am
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Today, I found out that there actually was a French 300 francs note. Printed in 1938-1939, issued in 1945, circulated for just over 5 years until 1950. The only undated note from Banque de France. One has to wonder what's the story behind it.

Coincidentally, the price for a decent circulated example is also 300... 300 euros, of course

Also added this 25,000,000,000 mark notgeld from Bielefeld.
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