What is the worth of Banca DItalia 1000 lire mille paper money 1982?
It is worth around 9$ USD. If dated in the 90's like 1 or 2 dollars.
The price for a good banknote for collection is min. 1 US $.
There was a new money reform in Romania. I think they are using new lei or something now. I'm sitting with alot of the BNR bills, marked with all from 50.000, to 10.000. I dont think its worth anything, other then a historical value or something.
Yes, you can get a paper cut from paper money.
yes money is made out of paper so yes money is paper with colored ink
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Yes money is made from paper. But not the paper that they use for fake money. And coins are made from metal or copper....or even bronze. Money is made from paper.
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If it is called "paper money", then presumably, it was made from paper.
They did not have paper money in ancient Rome. The closest thing to paper money would be a letter of credit.
the chinese invented paper money
Paper money is issued by the Federal Reserve.
Some of the advantages of paper money include: 1. paper money is less expensive to produce than coin money 2. paper money is not as heavy as coins, thus it is easier to transport or work with. Good luck with your homework kid!!
The sung dynasty had invented paper money origanally.... Another name for paper money is flying money because it was easy to print i hope that helps ....... ; )
Money is spent for making paper, your opinion is invalid.
Neither are all the presidents on paper money and not all paper money have pictures of presidents. For example Ben Franklin is on the hundred.
the han dynasty invented the paper money
Paper money was invented not discovered. Probably by the Chinese.
Yes, he did discover the paper money.
Spain does not have paper money. The only thing is bills.
Paper money was used in china because it was easy to carry around. Paper money could be carried in large amounts unlike coins. Paper money was the main currency in the song dynasty of china. Soon paper money spread around the world and is still being used today.
coins used to be a form of trade. silver coins had higher denomination than larger copper coins. Paper was worth next to nothing. The paper money money was not popular because the paper money just meant that you can redeem this paper for silver. So at that time there was no point to the paper money
no actually he had major problems against paper money because he suffered a major financial loss due to paper money
Fiat money includes paper money and overvalue coins. So fiat money has the wider range.
paper money is made out of 25% linen and 75% cotton
In what year was the first paper money printed in the US
Money is made out of thick paper with cotton fibers, etc.
Yes, paper money will float until it becomes waterlogged.
paper money has more germs
The Ancient Chinese invented paper and money. Money was invented by the first king of China and paper was invented by a man in China by bamboo.
well they first started of with getting paper from a tree and they started puting money signs ! and when they ran out of toilet paper , they used their first paper money to do the work for them !! thats why they say , without money , life is much harder to whipe !!
Okay, money is not, in any real sense, "made of paper". Sure, it's printed on paper (though calling the substance money is printed on "paper" is a bit misleading, because there's actually a large amount of cotton present in that "paper". But, what makes money money is the fact that the government proclaims it to be "legal tender". So, in the only sense that matters, money is made out of government proclamation, not paper. Moreover… Read More
A collector of bank notes (or paper money) is called a Notaphile.
The first country to print paper money was China.
Paper money is too difficult to carry.
Canadian Paper Money Society was created in 1960.
Crane Paper in Massachusetts.
Paper money has no intrinsic value and is easy to counterfeit. As a result, massive amounts of paper money were printed and distributed. The market had more money than goods and services, thus resulting in higher prices for goods and services, in the process it devalued the paper money.
US paper money is actually not paper, it is fabric. You can put it in a lingerie bag and wash it in the washing machine.
Money kind of does grow on trees because money is paper and paper is made from trees. So it kinda does!
physicly, money doesn't grow on trees. but money is made out of paper, and paper comes from trees. so money doesn't grow on trees but the trees make paper, which makes money. hope u enjoyed ur answer!
You get the paper the girl gave you in the Mille and go to the fountain and type it in that order and then press the sun and go down.
NAME .... Jiaozi of (Song Dynasty), the world's earliest paper money, That's still around today for people to see. The earliest Paper Currancy was made by each person that someone else owed them money, Both had to sign this single paper. These would be called Banknotes and they could be traded as coins etc,,, This started in the 600s and oldest found paper money is just before the Song Dynasty... Spendable Paper money from a… Read More
Most paper money is made from 'paper' and as such is not water proof, Australian dollars however, are made from a type of plastic and as such they are waterproof.
No. Early money started out with as grains and food, (Bartering), then went to shells, then to gold, and finally to coins and paper money.
If by paper money you mean banknotes such as the dollar bill Yes they do.
paper money was first used because of a metal shortage
The first users of paper money where in China
This is when paper money first became popular. It was actually in 806 AD that paper money was used. The Chinese were the first ones to give bank slips and paper money under the T'ang dynasty. It was later abandoned in 1455 in China only to be reinstated in the 1800s.
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