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Does "Obsolete Currency" only refer to notes from the US?

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Would a set of notes that is from a government that no longer exists or which the government has demonetized be considered "obsolete?" Or would a set of such notes still just be classed as "World" (Non-US) currency / sets?

I'm mostly asking this in the context of signature sets in the registry, where-in you can choose "US," "World," "Obsolete," and some other options.

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It would probably be considered obsolete overall. If the government no longer exists then the paper money would only have value as a collectible. I would suggest finding one of your retirement accounts which exists such as a 401k or Roth IRA and roll it over to a Precious Metals IRA such as a Gold IRA (learn more). This will give you a trustworthy custodian who can work with you side-by-side.

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On 7/10/2019 at 1:38 AM, squadus said:

I would suggest finding one of your retirement accounts which exists such as a 401k or Roth IRA and roll it over to a Precious Metals IRA such as a Gold IRA (learn more). This will give you a trustworthy custodian who can work with you side-by-side.

Well, that has nothing to do with what I asked, but thanks for the first part responding to my question.

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