Libya has not long issued its first polymer banknote. It’s a 1 dinar note, printed by de la Rue, commemorating
the 8th Anniversary of the revolution which toppled the 40 year rule of Colonel
Muhammar Gadaffi in 2011 (P-New). The front features a view of the Central Bank of Libya while
on the back we find illustrations of the Brega Oil Refinery alongside the Arch of Marcus Aurelius in
Tripoli. A large see through panel serves as a security feature. Uncirculated.
This group of 13 different North Korea notes actually comprises 2 sets - One a set of 10 Specimens
issued between 2002 and 2013 and a set of 3 notes issued to mark the 70th Anniversary of the country
1948-2008. All are in Crisp Uncirculated condition. The group of Specimens comprises the 5, 10, 50,
100, 200, 500,1000, 2000 and 2 different 5000 won with one featuring a portrait of the current North
Korean leader’s father Kim Jong-Il who lead the country from 1994 until his death in 2011. The second
set marking the 70th Anniversary of the country’s foundation comprises the 500, 1000 and 2000 won
with an overprint over the watermark area. Bumper North Korea, 13 different notes.
1 Pound featuring a portrait of Lady Lavery as the Irish Colleen on the front and a River God Mask on the back. This design
was first introduced when the Republic issued its first currency in 1928. Our notes date 1976 which is
the last date of issue for the Lady Lavery £1 (P64c).
A wonderful set of 5 different Uncirculated notes from Indonesia These were first
issued in 2016 Included in the set are the 1000, 2000 ,5000, 10,000 and 20,000
rupiah. It’s a colourful set with portraits of prominent citizens on the front. The backs
all feature different dancers. A great set in uncirculated.