Here we are going to have a look at a Great Britain 1 Pound Banknote that was made in the years 1978-80. Its catalog reference number is P 377a. This paper money has on it’s front side an image of Queen Elizabeth II wearing royal crown. The denomination appears at the top right with symbol: £1 and at the bottom left as ONE POUND. It is was issued by the Bank of England which is noted at the top.
Uang kertas kuno satu 1 Pound dari negara Inggris tahun 1978-80 di depan bergambar waja Ratu Elizabeth II.
The reverse side is found in the 2nd picture, underneath. It features an image of Sir Isaac Newton who is arguably one of the most important scientists of all times. Perhaps best known for his work on gravity, he also greatly contributed to advancing math as well as optics.
Though this Great Britain 1 Pound bank note has seen circulation its not particularly dirty and has some crispness left to it. It appears to be a very fine grade.
We’ll have a look at a 1994 Austria 10 Groschen Coin. This coin is made out of the metal aluminum. It has on its obverse side an imperial eagle and the name of its country below which is Republik Österreich or what we know as Austria in the English language. Austria is now part of the European Union and for much of its history was controlled by the Hapsburg family . There were 24.635 million of these coins made in the year 1994. If we look at the reverse side which has the the denomination and is surrounding the year.
This 1994 Austria 10 Groschen Coin appears to be in an uncirculated grade.
Koin kuno 10 sepuluh Groschen dari negara tahun 1994 tarbuat di bahan aluninium.
Here we’re going to talk about a 2008 Mongolian 5 Tugrik Banknote which ther are 2 pictures of below. On the front of this currency paper money there is a picture of Damdin Sükhbaatar was a political leader that had a big role in the independence of his country of Mongolia. The currency of Mongolia is known as the Tugrik or tögrög (issued by the Bank of Mongolia) who began as such in the year 1925. Now if you look closely at the right side of the obverse of this banknote you’ll see it is an image of Genghis Khan. In the second image you’ll see the reverse which has picture of two horses grazing with mountains the background.
The grade of this 2008 Mongolian 5 Tugrik Banknote appears to be uncirculated.
Mata uang lima Tugrik dari negara Mongolia tahun 2008.
In this post we’ll be discussing a 1926 Mexico 10 Centavos silver coin. On the front of it you’ll notice that under where is says Estados Unidos Mexicanos there is the mark designating the silver fineness of 0.720. Underneath that is the coat of arms of Mexico. Now when we examine the back it which shows a liberty cap with sun rays beaming from it and under that is the 10 Centavos denomination. There were 2.81 million of these coins struck in 1926.
Koin perak kuno 10 sepuluh Centavos dari negara Meksiko tahun 1926.
Our 1926 Mexico 10 Centavos coin here looks like it may be a grade of very good.
In this posting we’ll talk about a Royal Bank of Scotland Limited 1 Pound Sterling banknote that is dated 1 May 1981. In 3 corners of the obverse one will notice the denomination of £1. On the left hand side is the watermark which is a picture of Adam Smith who was a Scottish economist from the 1700s that had a profound effect on modern economics. Now to the right side of the front of this note is an RBS symbol which includes a horse as well as deer. In the second picture we see the reverse or back side of the bill which has Edinburgh Castle, a very important historical site located in Scotland.
Our 1981 Royal Bank of Scotland Limited 1 Pound Sterling appears to be in a grade of very fine.
Uang Kertas kuno 1 satu Pound Bank Kerajaan Scotlandia tahun 1981.
What we will talk about here is a Malaya and British Borneo One Dollar from the year 1959. This banknote was made for use in the Federation of Malaya, Singapore, Sarawak, North Borneo as well as Brunei. This note was issued on March 1, 1959 and was legal tender until January 16, 1969 (though the Federation ended after 1967). The front of this old paper money has a sail boat and the reverse a scene of fishermen returning from the sea. The name of the banknote company was W&S which is printed on the reverse side.
Our 1959 Malaya and British Borneo One Dollar is in very fine grade as has experienced some circulation but still has some crispness to it.
Uang Kertas kuno satu Dollar dari Malaya and British Borneo tahun 1959.
In this post we’ll have a look at a 1917 Norway 10 Ore Coin which can be seen in the pictures below. On the front side of its appears an image of monogram with a royal crown on top. Also there is lettering that appears to say Alt for Norge whose meaning is all for Norway. This 10 ore coin is 0.40 fine or in orders 40% silver and has a weight of 1.45 grams. There were 5.95 million of these made in 1917. The king in Norway at the time this coin was made was Haakon VII who was actually an elected monarch. He is thought highly of particularly because of his resistance to the German invasion of his country during WWII. The reverse side of this coin has the country’s name, denomination and the year in which it was struck.
This 1917 Norway 10 Ore Coin has seen circulation and its grade is perhaps fine.
Koin perak kuno 10 sepuluh Ore dari negara Norwegia tahun 1917.
The post here will discuss a 1951 Switzerland 5 Franken Banknote. On its obverse is written at the top: Schweizerische Nationalbank (Swiss National Bank). Below that is this old paper money’s denomination in 3 languages: Funf Franken (German), Cinq Francs (French) and Cinque Franchi (Italian). There is a picture to the left hand side of William Tell, a folk hero of Switzerland from the 1300s. The reverse side of this note has the denomination surrounded by Schweizerische Nationalbank and Banque Nationale Suisse Banca Nazionale Svizzera which Swiss National Bank in 3 languages (German, French and Italian).
Our 1951 Switzerland 5 Franken Banknote has some serious folds and has seen a lot of circulation. The grade is perhaps very good.
Uang kertas kuno lima Franken dari negara Swiss tahun 1951.
So this entry will be about a 1931 Panama 1/10 Balboa silver coin which has a weight of 2.5 grams. It is made out of 90% silver (0.90 fine) and there were only 200,000 of these struck in the year 1931. The front of it has a portrait of Vasco Núñez de Balboa who was an influential Spanish Conquistador and politician in the (early 1500s). He established a settlement which would eventually become known as Panama today . The currency used in Panama is the Balboa and has been since that country was established in 1903 (after splitting from Colombia).
The grade of this 1931 Panama 1/10 Balboa silver Coin appears to be either a fine or perhaps low very fine grade.
Koin perak kuno 1/10 Balboa dari negara Panama.
This posting will be on the subject of a 1924 Austria 200 Kronen Coin which can be viewed in the photos below. On the front of it is written Osterreich (Austria) below which is a cross and at the bottom the date. On the other side (reverse) there is the denomination of 200. There were 57.16 million of these struck in the year 1924 which was the only year the 200 Kronen was made as far as I can tell. This coin is made from Bronze and has a weight of 3.33 grams and was made at the end of hyper-inflationary period which ended with the introduction of the Schilling.
The grade of our 1924 Austria 200 Kronen Coin here appears to be very fine.
Koin kuno 200 dua ratus Kronen dari negara Austria tahun 1924 tarbuat di bahan perunggu.