Colonel Muammar Gadaffi ruled Libya for over 40 years. He was killed in 2011 during the Libyan
Civil War. Prior to his demise the banknotes of Libya featured his portrait. Afterwards it was
replaced with notes celebrating the Libya which emerged from the bloody civil war.
We offer Crisp Uncirculated examples of the Libya 1 dinar note- one issued while Gadaffi was in
power and one issued in the aftermath of his rule (P68/76) The first features a pensive pose of Gadaffi
on the front and a mosque on the back. The later issue features a triumphant group of citizens and a
flock of doves. Uncirculated Libya pair.
In 1978 the Pavlahi Dynasty in Iran was swept aside by the Islamic Revolution which brought
Ayatollah Khomeini to power.
These 50 rial notes are amongst the last to be issued under the old regime. (P101) The front has a
portrait of the Shah with an ancient mausoleum on the back. Crisp Uncirculated and now over 40 years
old, Shah 50 rials.
These 100 kronur notes were issued by Iceland in 1961 (P44) They feature a portrait of Gunnarsson
and a church on the front. The back illustration is of Mount Hekla one of Iceland’s most active volcanoes
and a group of shepherds on horseback with their flock. Crisp Uncirculated.
Pair of 50 and 100 rupee notes which were withdrawn from circulation in 2004 and display no date. 100 Indian Rupees P105, coloured in varying shades of green, creme & orange, featuring Mahatma Ghandi wearing glasses and smiling warmly and snowcapped mountains on the reverse. 50 Indian Rupees P90b, coloured in pink and creme featuring the Sansad Bhavan (Indian Parliament House) on the reverse and Ghandi smiling warmly on the obverse.