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26 Feb 2022

1954 Series 521 5¢ Military Payment Certificate note Details

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A total of around 317 million dollars in face value in 7 different denominations from 5¢ to $10 was issued for the Series 521 notes and circulated in 19 different countries. Over 216 million notes were printed for this specific Series 521. They were devaluated in 1958-59.

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26 Feb 2022

1942-45 Japanese Government Philippines invasion fifty centavos bill

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Japanese occupation rendered almost non-operational the monetary mechanism of their invaded territories. The purpose was yo obtain full control of the land and open ways for anexation. This banknote is evidence of control money pushed among desperate population, yet an example of a historical event.

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25 Feb 2022

2010 Arkansas Hot Springs ATB Quarter Details

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Hot Springs National Park quarter reverse: Shows the face of the Hot Springs National Park headquarters building. Also included an artistic rendition of a water fountain in front of the building.

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25 Feb 2022

2010 Wyoming Yellowstone Park ATB Quarter Details

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The beautiful reverse shows an art rendition of Old Faithful geyser shooting water into the air with an American Bison (Buffalo) standing in front.

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24 Feb 2022

2011 Washington State Olympic National Park ATB Qtr Details

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Comprising four counties stretching from the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State, the quarter marks in US currency history one of the most visited sites in the Northwestern coast. The Quarter is part of the excellent America The Beautiful Series and a nice item in my collection.

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24 Feb 2022

2011 Gettysburg Pennsylvania ATB Quarter Details

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On the coin is the 72nd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument, which stands on the battle line of the Union Army, located in Cemetery Ridge.

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23 Feb 2022

2011 Oklahoma Chickasaw ATB Quarter Details

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It presents a portrait of the Lincoln Bridge, which was built out of limestone and was dedicated to the 1909 centennial of US President Abraham Lincoln's birth.

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23 Feb 2022

1944 Philippines silver twenty centavos coin details

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The US Administration years in the Philippines officially started in 1900 thru 1941, and from 1944-46. This silver coin evokes the Commonwealth period 1937-46. The "peso" is the official currency name of the Philippines Islands.

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22 Feb 2022

1943 New Zealand's Sixpence Coin details

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Pre-decimal type of coin issued by New Zealand and minted by the Royal Mint London. Equiv.: Sixpence * 1/40 pound

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22 Feb 2022

1945 Ceylon 5 cents coin

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Known since 1972, Republic of Sri-Lanka, this nicely minted 5 cents coin evokes a historical modern phase of the island at the British colonial period. Circulatedfrom 1942-1945.

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