Money That Made History 1971
Moffat Stamps, Coins & Banknotes Money That Made History 1971 Money That Made History 1971 EL102 - This unusual set on paper reproduces bank notes from history and the informative backs tell you about the note and its importance as well as telling you what it was worth in 1971. Included is a Polish 100 Zloty note which was overprinted by the Germans following their invasion “For the Occupied Polish Territories”, a German 1000 mark note from 1910 which by 1920 wouldn’t even pay for a box of matches, a 1000 note of the Ming dynasty in China where paper money was invented, from Great Britain there is a £50 note issued by the Gloucestershire Banking Company and a 1 hour note issued by Richard Owen who thought people should be paid in hours not pounds, then there is a $10 Confederate note from America, a 10 rouble note from Imperial Russia, a Tibetan 100 strang, a 60 livres note from the French Revolution, a South African banknote designed by Baden-Powell during the siege of Mafeking, colourful South American banknotes, a Chinese 10 Yuan communist note and the rare £10 Biafran note used during Biarfra’s brief independence before being retaken by Nigeria. This fascinating set is in a mixture of sizes with the largest being 146 x 107mm and the smallest 147 x 67mm.
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Money That Made History 1971

Issuer: Moffat Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: This unusual set on paper reproduces bank notes from history and the informative backs tell you about the note and its importance as well as telling you what it was worth in 1971. Included is a Polish 100 Zloty note which was overprinted by the Germans following their invasion “For the Occupied Polish Territories”, a German 1000 mark note from 1910 which by 1920 wouldn’t even pay for a box of matches, a 1000 note of the Ming dynasty in China where paper money was invented, from Great Britain there is a £50 note issued by the Gloucestershire Banking Company and a 1 hour note issued by Richard Owen who thought people should be paid in hours not pounds, then there is a $10 Confederate note from America, a 10 rouble note from Imperial Russia, a Tibetan 100 strang, a 60 livres note from the French Revolution, a South African banknote designed by Baden-Powell during the siege of Mafeking, colourful South American banknotes, a Chinese 10 Yuan communist note and the rare £10 Biafran note used during Biarfra’s brief independence before being retaken by Nigeria. This fascinating set is in a mixture of sizes with the largest being 146 x 107mm and the smallest 147 x 67mm. Number of cards in set: EL102 Abbreviations used for Number In Set:
EL = Extra Large; LT = Large Trade ( size 89 x 64mm); L = Large; M = Medium; K = Miniature.

Price for complete set: Only £9.00

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