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Qatar 22 Riyal 2022 World Cup Comm Polymer Unc

Qatar 22 Riyal 2022 World Cup Comm Polymer Unc

Qatar hosted the 22nd FIFA World Cup in late 2022. To commemorate the event it issued a note with the appropriate 22 riyal denomination (P-New) in polymer. The front and back illustrations are of stadiums used during the tournament. The World Cup Trophy is shown in the security window. Uncirculated Polymer World Cup 22.
£39.50
Picture of Romania 2000 Eclipse Plastic P111 Unc

Romania 2000 Eclipse Plastic P111 Unc

Romania 2000 lei 1999 P111 Blue printed on polymer plastic Issued to mark Total eclipse of the sun. Planets/ Trajectory of eclipse Unc
£4.50
Picture of Romania 5000 Lei 1998 P107 Unc

Romania 5000 Lei 1998 P107 Unc

£3.95
Picture of Romania Pilot Plastic 50 lei, 2005 (P120)

Romania Pilot Plastic 50 lei, 2005 (P120)

A beautiful and colourful 50 Lei note issued by The National Bank of Romania in 2005
£20.50
Russia 250 Roubles 1917 P36 VF-GVF

Russia (USSR) 250 Roubles 1917 P36 VF-GVF

These 250 roubles are dated 1917, the year the Russian Revolution dismantled the Tsarist regime.(P36) They were issued by the Soviet Government. The simple design has a double headed eagle set against a swastika, at the time a symbol representing peace, rather than more sinister overtones that would come later in the 20th century. We offer this 250 roubles in VF-GVF condition.
£7.50
Picture of Russia 100 roubles 1910 Catherine the Great P13 VG

Russia 100 roubles 1910 Catherine the Great P13 VG

We offer examples of the 100 rouble note dated 1910 featuring a portrait of Empress Catherine the Great on the back and in the watermark.(P13) These were amongst the last notes issued under the Russian Tsars and measure approximately 10” x 5”. At the time they were issued they were worth 4 ounces of gold. Here we present this wonderful note in VG.
£6.75
Russia 250 Roubles 1917 P36 EF/EF+

Russia 250 Roubles 1917 P36 EF/EF+

These 250 roubles are dated 1917, the year the Russian Revolution dismantled the Tsarist regime. (P36) They were issued by the Soviet Government. The simple design has a double-headed eagle set against a swastika, at the time a symbol representing peace, rather than more sinister overtones that would come later in the 20th century. We offer this 250 roubles in EF/EF+
£10.50
Russia 50 Kopecks 1915 P31 EF_obv

Russia 50 Kopecks 1915 P31 EF

These Russia 50 kopecks were issued as a Treasury Small Change note in 1915 (P31) It’s fairly small. It’s a simple affair with a crowned double headed eagle as the main illustration. This motif was disbanded after the Russian Revolution which followed two years later in 1917. Available here in EF.
£4.75
Russia 50 Kopecks 1915 P31 Unc_obv

Russia 50 Kopecks 1915 P31 Unc

These Russia 50 kopecks were issued as a Treasury Small Change note in 1915 (P31) It’s fairly small. It’s a simple affair with a crowned double headed eagle as the main illustration. This motif was disbanded after the Russian Revolution which followed two years later in 1917. Available here in Crisp Uncirculated.
£8.25
Russia 500 Roubles 1912 Peter The Great P14 EF/GEF

Russia 500 Roubles 1912 Peter The Great P14 EF/GEF

We have always loved these 500 roubles featuring Peter the Great. They are dated 1912 and are amongst the last notes issued by Tsarist Russia before the Russian Revolution of 1917 swept away all vestiges of Imperial Rule.(P14) They are huge- measuring 270mm x 125mm. At the time, they represented an equally huge amount of money. They feature an imposing portrait of Peter the Great on the back and in the watermark. Peter the Great built Russia’s Navy and founded St Petersburg, the Venice of the North.These are lovely examples in Crisp EF/GEF.
£24.50
Russia, Alexander III 25 Roubles 1909 P12

Russia Alexander III 25 Roubles 1909 P12 Fine

Issued in 1909, just 8 years before the Russian Revolution, these 25 roubles feature an impressive portrait of Alexander III on the back (P12) He was Tsar of Russia from 1881 until 1894. He became Tsar after the assassination of his father Alexander II. The front has a fairly simple design with Imperial crowned double headed eagle on the front and sunburst underprint design. Alexander’s stern portrait is on the back
£7.25
Russia Alexander III 25 Roubles 1909 P12b Crisp GVF-EF

Russia Alexander III 25 Roubles 1909 P12b Crisp GVF-EF

Issued in 1909, just 8 years before the Russian Revolution, these 25 roubles feature an impressive portrait of Alexander III on the back (P12) He was Tsar of Russia from 1881 to 1894. He became Tsar after the assassination of his father. The front has a fairly simple design with Imperial Double Headed Eagle on the front and sunburst underprint design. Our examples are much better than average, grading a Crisp Good VF- EF condition.
£12.50
Russia Russia Central Asia Turkestan 100 Roubles 1918 PS1168

Russia Russia Central Asia Turkestan 100 Roubles 1918 PS1168

After the Russian Revolution in 1917, banknotes were issued by a vast number of entities until 1922 when the Soviet Union was established and a unified currency for the whole territory was introduced. These 100 rouble notes were issued for Turkestan in 1918 (PS1168).Russian Turkestan was a region of Central Asia which today consists of the republics of Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan Tajikistan, Kyrgystan and Kazakhstan. Its capital was Tashkent. The central vignette is a double headed eagle holding three shields. The design on the back incorporates another double headed eagle and a star and crescent alluding perhaps to the Turkic speaking population. If this note ever turns up it’s just one or maybe two at a time so we were delighted when a traveller recently sold us a small group in Good Fine-VF. A scarce note.
£32.50
Russia South Russia 5000 Roubles 1919 PS419

Russia South Russia 5000 Roubles 1919 PS419

These 5000 roubles were issued in 1919 in Southern Russia (PS419) At the time, Southern Russia was under the command of General Denikin. They are quite large. On one side we find a double-headed eagle and the head of Mercury. On the back, St George stands with a shield with a cityscape behind. Available in several grades.
From £5.50
Russia South Russia 5000 Roubles 1919 PS419 EF_obv

Russia South Russia 5000 Roubles 1919 PS419 EF

These 5000 roubles were issued in 1919 in Southern Russia (PS419) At the time, Southern Russia was under the command of General Denikin. They are quite large. On one side we find a double headed eagle and the head of Mercury. On the back, St George stands with a shield with a cityscape behind. Available in several grades
£8.50
Russia South Russia 5000 Roubles 1919 PS419 GEF+_obv

Russia South Russia 5000 Roubles 1919 PS419 GEF+

These 5000 roubles were issued in 1919 in Southern Russia (PS419) After the Russian Revolution in 1917, many areas issued their own notes. South Russia was under the command of General Denikin and the notes were issued by the High Command of the Armed Forces. They’re quite large (9” x 4”) On one side, we find a double-headed eagle and the head of Mercury. On the back, St George stands with a shield and cityscape behind.
£11.50
Picture of Russia, 100 Roubles 1910 Catherine The Great Crisp P13 AU/ Unc

Russia, 100 Roubles 1910 Catherine The Great Crisp P13 AU/ Unc

Superb examples of the 100 rouble note dated 1910 featuring a portrait of Empress Catherine the Great on the back and in a fabulous watermark. (P13)These were amongst the last notes issued under the Russian Tsars and measure approximately 10 inches x 5 inches. At the time they were issued they were worth 4 ounces of gold which is why those fleeing the revolution stuffed their suitcases with them. While most notes we see are in circulated condition this group is from an original block and are in wonderful condition grading AU/Unc. Wonderful notes
£23.50
Russia 100 roubles 1910 Catherine the Great P13 Fine_obv

Russia, 100 roubles 1910 Catherine the Great P13 Fine

We offer examples of the 100 rouble note dated 1910 featuring a portrait of Empress Catherine the Great on the back and in the watermark.(P13) These were amongst the last notes issued under the Russian Tsars and measure approximately 10” x 5”. At the time they were issued they were worth 4 ounces of gold. Here we present this wonderful note in Fine.
£10.50
Picture of Russia, 5000 Roubles, 1919 (PS419), VF condition

Russia, 5000 Roubles, 1919 (PS419), VF condition

These 5000 roubles were issued in 1919 in Southern Russia (PS419) After the Russian Revolution in 1917, many areas issued their own notes. South Russia was under the command of General Denikin and the notes were issued by the High Command of the Armed Forces. They’re quite large (9” x 4”) On one side, we find a double-headed eagle and the head of Mercury. On the back, St George stands with a shield and cityscape behind.
£5.50
Russia, Alexander III 25 roubles 1909 P12 VG_obv

Russia, Alexander III 25 roubles 1909 P12 VG

Issued in 1909, just 8 years before the Russian Revolution, these 25 roubles feature an impressive portrait of Alexander III on the back (P12) He was Tsar of Russia from 1881 until 1894. He became Tsar after the assassination of his father Alexander II. The front has a fairly simple design with Imperial crowned double headed eagle on the front and sunburst underprint design. Alexander’s stern portrait is on the back.
£4.50
Russia, South Russia 10,000 Roubles 1919 PS425 Crisp EF and better

Russia, South Russia 10,000 Roubles 1919 PS425 Crisp EF and better

In the immediate aftermath of the Russian Revolution, there were many different issues of banknotes before a unified currency was introduced in the 1920s.These 10,000 roubles dated 1919 were issued in South Russia (PS425). Like many of the notes at the time, they are fairly crude and poorly printed affairs. Available in F and EF/EF+
£9.50
Picture of Russia, South Russia 10,000 Roubles 1919 PS425 Fine

Russia, South Russia 10,000 Roubles 1919 PS425 Fine

In the immediate aftermath of the Russian Revolution, there were many different issues of banknotes before a unified currency was introduced in the early 1920’s. These 10,000 rouble notes dated 1919 were issued in South Russia (PS425) Like many of the notes at the time, they are fairly crude and poorly printed affairs. We are delighted to offer this 10,000 rouble note here in Fine (F) condition.
£5.75
Russia, South Russia, 10,000 roubles 1919 PS425 VF_obv

Russia, South Russia, 10,000 roubles 1919 PS425 VF

In the immediate aftermath of the Russian Revolution, there were many different issues of banknotes before a unified currency was introduced in the early 1920’s. These 10,000 rouble notes dated 1919 were issued in South Russia (PS425) Like many of the notes at the time, they are fairly crude and poorly printed affairs. We are delighted to offer this 10,000 rouble note here in Very Fine (VF) condition.
£6.00
Picture of Rwanda 100 Francs 1989 P19 Zebra Unc

Rwanda 100 Francs 1989 P19 Zebra Unc

Rwanda 100 francs 1989 P19 Grey and mauve Herd of zebra/Woman and child with background of rural landscape Unc
£5.50
Picture of Rwanda 500 Francs 2019 P-New Unc

Rwanda 500 Francs 2019 P-New Unc

£4.75