Money

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 currency looked in 1923 x Unless one has kinship with a thing, one cannot receive it. If you disdain a thing, you push it away from yourself. currency looked in 1923

A Fascinating Look At American Currency In 1923. They say old money is the best kind of money so I guess it really is true after all :-)

1954 Canada banknotes - Canada paper money catalog and Canadian currency history

Canada banknotes - Canada paper money catalog and Canadian currency history

Canada banknotes, Canada paper money catalog and Canadian currency history

New Zealand new 20 50 and 100 Dollar notes introduced

New Zealand new 20, 50, and 100 Dollar notes introduced 16.05.2016

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Vintage United States Silver Dollars

Old United States money.. $2 dollar and $5 dollar bills backed by "silver". More

US 2 Dollar Note Series 1896 Serial Signatures: Tillman / Morgan Science presenting Steam & Electricity to Commerce & Manufacture Portraits: Robert Fulton & Samuel F.

American Numismatic Association - Bebee Collection - 1988_17_391

Hawaii:   5 Dollars 1895 (Iolani Palace, palm tree); 10 Dollars 1895 (sailship, cowboy, steam locomotive); 20 Dollars 1895 (girl with dogs, ship, train); 50 Dollars 1895 (ram, woman, plants, girl); 100 Dollars 1895 (horse, globe, cow, ship, train).

Hawaii: 5 Dollars 1895 (Iolani Palace, palm tree); 10 Dollars 1895 (sailship, cowboy, steam locomotive); 20 Dollars 1895 (girl with dogs, ship, train); 50 Dollars 1895 (ram, woman, plants, girl); 100 Dollars 1895 (horse, globe, cow, ship, train).

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The Most Beautiful Currency Ever Created by The U.S.

For years, the silver certificate was a dull rendition of black ink featured on the obverse and green on the back but by the 1890s, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing decided to revamp the appearance of the silver certificates. The BEP then commissioned designers known for their allegorical murals to create the artwork for each denomination.