A wonderful set of 5 different Uncirculated notes from Indonesia These were first issued in 2016 Included in the set are the 1000, 2000 ,5000, 10,000 and 20,000 rupiah. It’s a colourful set with portraits of prominent citizens on the front. The backs all feature different dancers. A great set in uncirculated.
Hansatsu were issued in 19th century Japan and have always been popular with collectors. Shaped like bookmarks we are delighted to offer what we are calling ‘slender’ Hansatsu because the dimensions are a little slimmer than many offered before. Measuring 32mm x 155mm, they are printed on cream card like paper the illustrations comprising red seals and script. Another great addition to your collection – the ‘slender’ Hansatsu.
These 5 kip notes were issued by Laos in the early 1960’s and bear the portrait of King Sisaveng Vong is on the front. On the back we find a view of the Wat That Luang Stupa in Vientiane and a royal soldier riding an elephant. Because of its association with the monarchy it was withdrawn in 1976 when Pathet Lao took control of the country. Uncirculated.
It is the tradition amongst Chinese people to give gifts of money on Chinese New Year. The Chinese Zodiac is represented by 12 different animals and each New Year relates to the twelve year cycle of zodiac animals. The two banks issuing notes in Macau also have a tradition of producing special Zodiac notes each New Year printed in red, considered the luckiest colour. 2020 was the Year of the Rat but because of the pandemic, notes were prepared but only issued in 2021. Is the the Rat your Chinese Zodiac sign? It could be the year of one of your loved ones...
It is the tradition amongst Chinese people to give gifts of money on Chinese New Year. The Chinese Zodiac is represented by 12 different animals and each New Year relates to the twelve year cycle of zodiac animals. The two banks issuing notes in Macau also have a tradition of producing special Zodiac notes each New Year printed in red, considered the luckiest colour. 2021 was the Year of the Ox and because of the pandemic, these notes were prepared and issued at the same time as the 2020 notes, in 2021. Is the the OX your Chinese Zodiac sign? It could be the year of one of your loved ones...
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
We are delighted to offer a complete set of notes issued by Mongolia in 1955 (P28-34) This is one helluva set and one which we haven’t been able to offer our collectors for a very,verylong time. The set comprises 7 different values the 1,3,5,10,25,50,and 100 tugrik values all in Crisp Uncirculated. The design is quite simple with the Mongolian Coat of Arms to the left on the front and a portrait of Suhe-Bator to the right. He was a national hero and founder of the modern Mongolian People’s Republic.
A complete denomination set from Nepal, a nation set in the shadow of the great Himalaya mountain range. Nepal abandoned its monarchy in 2008 replacing the King’s portrait on its banknotes with a view of Mount Everest. Our set comprises 7 values including the 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 rupees (P76& P-New/B287-93) The backs reference the wildlife found in Nepal including yaks, deer, snow leopard, rhino, tiger and elephants. A charming set in Crisp Uncirculated. Limited availability