It was all coinage and was bartered for goods just like it is today. Wrong answer, you loose, the money that was in circulation in those years was made in Mexico, it had the two pillars just like the Spanish coat of arms, with the ribbon's, and it had an M o which meant the mint of Mexico, the coins made in Mexico were so valuable, that every single country in the world cherished them for their value in silver, even in China it was the only currency the Chinese accepted. Most of the world currency in Mexico City Mint
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Well they looked like a small fort house kindove
how does sweedon money look like?
it doesnt look like us money
a picture of how a German money look like
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In 1700 Spain ruled what is now North America, Central America, ... Nicaragua was declared to be under the protection of the English crown in 1687.
use Google, and look up- Vanuatu Money
Well, how do those €'s look like?
it short of looks like japan money
How does euro money picture look
It's American money
The Maltese money now are Euro
You kind of have to look it up somewhere like google images or something but why did you put money on the animal life catergory?
like coines and paper
the average height of a British man in 1700 is 5'6" or 5'7" depending on where you look.
Well mermaids dont use money
You can look after money, by keeping it in a safe place like a piggy bank, or a wallet.
No such thing