A set of notes from Malawi - the bottom 4 denominations from the 20 to 200 kwacha. Colourful, with citizens on the front and important landmarks, buildings, flora and fauna. Wonderful Malawi set in crisp, uncirculated condition.
When the Japanese invaded countries during World War 2 they introduced a new currency denominated according to the usual currency of the country but with the heading The Japanese Government. In the case of Malaya the notes produced were in dollars and were fairly simple affairs. These 5 dollars, issued during the occupation of Malaya have a simple illustration of breadfruit trees on the front and a design on the back.(PM6) Our examples grade AU.
Two notes with the 50 denomination and both from island nations. And in Uncirculated condition The first is the polymer 50 rufiyaas from the Maldives( P28) The main illustration is of a boy reading a book and a lighthouse. The 50 dollars from Monserrat is a large denomination for the country (P45m) It features a facing portrait of Queen Elizabeth on the front and a view of Brimstone Hill in St Kitts and Les Pitons in St Lucia on the back.Limited availability
This 100 pesos note celebrates centenary of Mexico’s Constitution 1917-2017. (P-New)The front shows Carranza and Rojas at the swearing in of the adoption of the Constitution while the back shows the Congressmen standing and swearing to observe and enforce the Mexican Constitution. Uncirculated and limited availability.