In the 1990’s when these 1 million lira were issued. Turkey was experiencing high inflation/ (B212)
Not many countries issue notes with million denominations and for those of you who make this your
collecting theme this is definitely one you should include in your collection. Kemal Ataturk, architect
of modern Turley appears on the front. An aerial view of a dam appears on the back. Crisp Uncirculated
These Share Certificates are dated 1894 and were issued to raise money for the United
States Car Company. The car in this case refers to the railway cars which the company
manufactured. The central vignette is of a wonderful steam train on the tracks with a farm in
the background. Our certificates will be either in green or red. Kept folded over the years
they are in crisp condition. Limited availability.
It was years ago that we offered this fantastic Princess Diana phonecard inside a First Day
Cover. We sold out and could have sold many more than we had. We managed to buy 100 more pieces
that someone had put aside almost 20 years ago. The phone card has a picture of the Princess
Diana stamp that is on the First Day Cover. The face value of the stamp is $300 Guyana and
the face value of the stamp is $10.00.
It is beautiful and very difficult to find these days. Well worth having and we think you will love it.
This outstnading Alexander I 1825 ‘Rouble’ is from ‘The Imperial Russian Patina
Collection’ and is struck in Pewter. This looks like silver but is much harder to strike, so
the minters don’t use it all that much. A Patina is a retro-pattern to show what a Russian Crown
or Rouble might have looked like at the time, had they been struck. These are top quality,
extremely well engraved pieces, crownsized and struck in Proof Pewter.
Forget what a piece like this would normally sell for, you can have this
superb Alexander I 1825 ‘Rouble’for an excellent price.