Another denomination has been issued in the new series of Mexican banknotes. This time it’s the 50 pesos and like the 100 and the 20 which we have already offered, they are printed on polymer in a vertical format. The theme is Old Mexico. The front has an illustration of the city of Tenochtitlan from Diego Rivera’s mural. An eagle on cactus is from a fragment of the monolith Teocali de la Guerra Sagrada. The back highlights the ecosystem of lakes and rivers with a Mexican salamander featured. Uncirculated.
These shares for 50 dollars were issued in 1912 to raise money for the mining company Borda Antigua y Anexas which was based in Tlapujahua in Mexico, famous for its gold and silver mines. The text is in both French and Spanish and two 3 cent stamps are attached for duty paid. Uncashed dividend coupons are attached and the bond bears the facsimile signatures of 6 of the company’s officials. It’s a handsome piece measuring 300 mm x 365 mm.
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.
These 20 centavos are dated 1934 (PR29) . They were issued by the Companhia de Mozambique in the Portuguese colony of Mozambique in East Africa (PR29 & 32) The Companhia de Mozambique operated between 1892 and 1942 in an area north of the save River. Portugal was unable to finance the occupation of the whole of Mozambique and rented out sovereignty and authority to royal enterprises in the North of the country. The 20 centavos is in Uncirculated condition.
These 5 libras Esterlinas notes are dated 1934. They were issued by the Companhia de Mozambique in the Portuguese colony of Mozambique in East Africa (PR32) The Companhia de Mozambique operated between 1892 and 1942 in an area north of the Save River. Portugal was unable to finance the occupation of the whole of Mozambique and rented out sovereignty and authority to royal enterprises in the North of the country. This large 5 Libras is in VF condition and has been perforated Pago meaning it was honoured by the company at some time.
Celebrating 30 years of Independence, this special 30 dollar note dated 2020 is Namibia’s first-ever polymer issue (P-New). The front shows the three peacetime Presidents Nujoma, Pohamba, and Geingob, while the back and clear security window show images of the native Black Rhino. Uncirculated.
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
The Kingdom of Nepal was founded in 1768 and after a protracted 20th century Civil War was abolished some 230 odd years later in 2005. In 2001,King Bihendra was assassinated along with 8 members of his family. The Crown Prince, who was thought to be responsible for the massacre, also died and was succeeded by his uncle King Gyanhendra Bir Bikran Shah who proved to be the last King of Nepal. This bumper set of 8 notes feature the portraits of either King Bihendra or King Gyanhendra. All in Uncirculated condition, the set includes 2 x 1 rupees, 1 x 2 rupees, 2 x 5 rupees, the Commemorative polymer 10 rupees for Gyanhendra’s Coronation and 1 each of the 10 and 20 rupees. A great set at a great price for all 8!