They are an inexpensive, interesting and historic collectable.Most of the notes are dated 1920 and most grade AU to Unc.The state of Upper Austria issued these small, low denomination notes to help alleviate the coin shortage.The 20 Heller note depicts buildings in Upper Austria on both sides of the note, including the Church of Saints Michael and Ursula and the Holy Trinity Column in Linz.The resulting economic disturbances led to serious riots that forced Ne Win from office.The odd denominations were supposed to somehow discourage black market activities; however they may have been tied to Ne Win’s predilection for numerology.The Serbian government estimated some 6000 of its citizens died at the camp due poor living conditions, lack of hygiene and inadequate medical care. The front and back of the notes feature a "modern" Austrian eagle.
The other notes have staple holes as the notes are stapled in bundles by the bank.Every lot is different, with few or no duplicates between lots.This set of four banknotes from Burma includes rather odd denominations.Canada issued a special, limited edition polymer 10 dollar note in 2017 to commemorate the nation's 150th anniversary. Macdonald, who represented English speaking citizens, Sir George-Etienne Cartier, who represented French speaking citizens, Agnes Macphail, the first woman elected to parliament, and James Gladstone, the first Status Indian to be appointed to the Senate.This is meant to highlight the diversity and inclusiveness of Canada.
In 1973 Muhammad Daud Khan (also known as Mohammad Daoud Khan) overthrew his cousin and brother-in-law, the king of Afghanistan, and declared himself President of Afghanistan.