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I received an inquiry about three bank-notes - your help, please?

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I received this eMail, and will link Ellen to this thread. Thanks! - James


Date: Thu May 17 13:28:50 2007

From: Ellen Seese

To: <james@earlyus.com>

Subject: help


Can you tell me any thing about this currency?


Ellen W Seese

Financial Assistant

Disability Advocates of Kent County

3600 Camelot Drive SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49546


616-949-XXXX Ext.XXX



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The one on the far right is a GB 10 shilling note cannot make out the date but avrage £5-15 depending on condition and date thumbsup2.gif

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Hi James!


I agree with Dooly regarding the 10 shilling note. That's the best note in the group (issued from 1948-60) and can be purchased for about $5 to $10 on this side of the pond.


The middle note is a German Ten Reichsmark note, 1929-36 (1945) issue. It is worth about $1 (full retail).


The note on the left is a modern reproduction of a Confederate States of America $20 note. If Ellen looks at the bottom margin (usually on the left) she will see the word "facsimile". Token value only (25 cents maybe).


Hope that helps. Did Ellen attempt to contact any of us West Michigan dealers? She can call me if she would like more information.



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