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5367 banknotes collected as at 15.07.2018

October Posting 2012

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October 27, 2012 -Paraguay 2000 Guaranies 2011 Polymer reprint. This time, the imprinter name and logo of G+D has been removed from the reverse of the note. This note is printed with letter prefix "C".
Paraguay 2000 Guaranies 2011 Reprint, PNL

October 25, 2012 - Great Britain (Bank of England). Here I have added the remaining of the current Bank of England banknotes all signed by Chief Cashier Chris Salmon. The first note (£50) was issued on 2.11.2011. Here, the remaining denominations of £5, £10 and £20 all issued on the 12.9.2012.
Great Britain (Bank of England) 2011-2012 Issues, PNL

October 21, 2012 - Congo Democratic Republic 500 Francs 2010 Commemorative note. Note issued to celebrate 50th Anniversary of Independence from Belgium. Independence day is celebrated on 30th of June. This specimen must be issued on purpose for collectors as it is very affortable.
Congo Democratic Republic

October 20, 2012 - Belarus 2000 Millennium Commemorative set CS1 (10 notes). These notes were issued to commemorate the 2000 Millennium Year, and all notes are printed with the word 'Millennium' in red on the back (with the exception of 1, 5 and 10 Rubles). The designs of these notes are the same as those normal circulating notes (P21 - P30). Only 2500 sets issued at 18,090 Rubles per set (face value 16,686 Rubles). This set has a nice serial number of "aa 0000288".
Belarus 2000 Millennium Set

October 18, 2012 - The Philippines Commemorative 100 Piso (P188) Centennial of First Republic 1898-1998. Four notes were issued to celebrate this special occasion, mainly the 100 pesos x 2, 2000 pesos (216mm x 133mm) and 100,000 Peses. The 100,000 Piso note is the largest banknote ever issued as it measured by 315mm x 215mm. Here I have added the 2 x 100 Piso to the 2000 Piso commemorative note that I already have.
Philippines 100 Pesos 1998 Commemorative

October 13, 2012 - Argentina 100 Pesos ND21.09.2012 Commemorative note. Well, if you like history as well as politic, here is one note that you might be interested in. This note is issued to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the death of Marie Eva Duarte de Peron (1919 - 1952). Eva Peron (former First Lady of Argentina) was the second wife of President Juan Peron (1895-1974, President of Argentina 1946 to 1955 and 1973 to 1974). I could be wrong, but if you do not know the brief history of Argentina, you would have heard the song, 'Don't Cry For Me Argentina' sang by Julie Covington in 1976. Obviously this song (and also the 1978 musical play "Evita") made her world famous then. At least this is how I came about knowing her briefly. Following the released, this song was banned in Argentina. During the Falkland war between Argentina and Britain, the British military band played this song sarcastically in Falkland Islands. It should also be interested to know that this song was also banned in the Philippines during the Ferdinand Marcos regime. If you like history, you got to get one for your own collection. This note is Series "A" with one million pieces issued commemorating the 60th Anniversary of the Death of Eva Duarte de Pero.
Argentina 100 Pesos Commemorative, ND2012 P358

October 11, 2012 - Barbados B$20 Commemorative. This is a commemorative note issued on 15/08/2012 to celebrate the Bank's 40th Anniversary. The design of this note is the same as those currently in circulation with some added features and additional securities. The note is overprinted with “40 years” along with the Bank’s logo over the watermark area on its front. A large “40” numeral, the annotation “40th Anniversary of the Central Bank of Barbados” and the dates “1972 – 2012” are also imprinted on the reverse. A small watermark-type image of a Pride of Barbados flower is located to the right of the map of Barbados. The note also has a wider and less reflective security thread than those previous issued. First prefix is D79 and I have up loaded a repeater here with D79 079079 note.
Barbados $20 Dated 2012, PNL

October 7, 2012 - Samoa (Western) 50 Tala Commemorative (Hybrid note). This note was issued to celebrate Samoa's 50th Independence from New Zealand. Independence Day is celebrated on the first of January. The design of this note is similar to those initial issue in 2008 but with the 50th Anniversary of Independence logo added on the front of the note. This note is signed by Faumuina Tiatia Faaolatane Liuga (Minister of Finance) and Ms Maiava Atalina Ainuu-Enari (Governor), who is also the country first female Governor. This note that I have uploaded is a replacement note with prefix ZZ. Also please look at the bottom margin of the note for minor design changes on both front and back.
Samoa 50 Tala Dated 2012 Commemorative

October 6, 2012 - Barbados full set all signed by Governor Dr Delisle Worrrell and all dated 1.5.2007. This set of notes were released in stages, with the first 3 denominations (B$2, B$5 and $10) were released in 2011 and the remaining notes ($20, $50 and $100) released in 2012. The last note to release was the B$50 note (August 2012). The designs of these notes had changed very little since it was first introduced in the early 70s, apart from the security features. It's good to collect banknotes in full set with same signature.
Barbados 2007 Issues s. Dr Delisle Worrell

October 4, 2012 - Jamaica 2012 Commemorative full set. This set was released on 23.7.2012 to celebrate the country's 50th Anniversary of Independence (1962-2012). Independence day is celebrated on 6th of August each year. The design on the front of each notes remains unchanged, except with the national logo (Doctor Bird) for the 50th Anniversary of Independence is added to the right side of each note. The reverse side of all the notes have been replaced by a group of children from the Central Branch Primary School (c. 1962) with the national motto theme "Out of Many, One People". This design was previously used on the $2 note that circulated between 1969 to 1994. The printers for this series are De La Rue and Giesecke & Devrient (J$100 only). All notes are signed by the Governor Brian Wynter (appointed since 1.12.2009). The J$5000 denomination remains a Hybrid banknote. If you look carefully on the note, the design on the J$5000 (reverse side) has altered to accommodate the polymer vertical strip, which separated the students into 2 groups. From the picture, you will see that the arm on the student (back row, first from the right) has been omitted. And also because of this, the hand on student's shoulder (second row from top, second from the right) looks a bit weird too.
Jamaica 2012 Commemorative Set

October 1, 2012 - Samoa (Western Samoa) June 2012 reprints. Here I have uploaded 3 notes, reprinted from the initial issues of 2008. Only 3 denominations reprinted for general circuation at the moment - 5, 20 and 100 Tala (Hybrid). I can see some design changes on the 100 Tala Hybrid note on the lower margin of the note both front and back. The designs for the other two notes (5 and 20 Tala) look the same to me. All notes bear the signatures of Faumuina Tiatia Faaolatane Liuga (Minister of Finance) and Ms Maiava Atalina Ainuu-Enari (Governor), who is also the country first Central Bank female governor.
ND2012, P42b


SilverMalaysia said...

hi hw3883,
this is silvermalaysia
what is your email address? U can drop me an email.

Clavel Williams said...

I have the july 3rd 1978 around the world whole set all 16 sets i dont have the box they belong in though

me said...

Hi Clavel,

Not sure what you meant. Are you referring to the Franklin Mint sets? If that is correct, good on you. Great work.