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The 6 Coolest Looking Currencies From The Past

The U.S Currency is getting pretty cool looking with all of the new security enhancements. Take a look at currency from the past and from around the world. See how cool currency can look without the newest security enhancements from today. Click on the currency to find out more.

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antarctican-dollar

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What’s the coolest currency you’ve every seen?

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  • The 6 Coolest Looking Currencies From The Past…

    The U.S Currency is getting pretty cool looking with all of the new security enhancements. Take a look at currency from the past and from around the world. See how cool currency can look without the newest security enhancements from today….

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  • It might not be the coolest in images, but I think the Canadian Currency has almost always been very colorful, which I like.

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  • Awesome collection. I love the Antarctica bill. The coolest currency I have at home is a $1 trillion bill from Zimbabwe.

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  • Without a doubt, the coolest (even though it is fake) would have to be the Zamunda money in Coming to America! Who can beat Eddie Murphy’s face on a bill! Just google Zamunda money coming to america to see a picture! :)

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  • Love it! Very neat! $100,000 USD bill! WHOO HOO!

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  • Being maybe a little biased, I think it is cool how the Dutch 50 guilders note has developed. The latest one, “sun flower” maybe inspired by Van Gogh, is beautiful.
    See here the history of the 50 guilder note: http://bit.ly/hKDYBO

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  • It’s nice to see how American Dollars have been developing through over the centuries. I was also shocked when I first saw $100,000 bill made in 1934. That means that was “Lots of Money” for that time. It’s like 1,000,000$ today. Sorry those notes were used only for official transactions, not for public

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