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Diez mil intis

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Well, they were exchanged at a rate of 1,000,000 to 1 new sol in 1991, so that note would be equal to 1/100 of a new sol and that would be equal to $0.0024 USD. I might be a little off, math was not my strong point.

As far as collector value the note has none, it's a circulated note with several folds, lots of creases and the serial number is not a fancy number. If it was my note I would put it in a top load sleeve or album and leave it just the way it is. Very cool note, I did not know about the Peruvian inti before I saw your note. Thanks.  (thumbsu

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On 9/29/2021 at 6:33 AM, George morita said:

So is this 10000 soles or 10 soles

10000 which equals two tenths of a cent. Or at least that's what I came up with after some quick searching. 

On 9/29/2021 at 6:32 AM, George morita said:

I have a whole stack uncirculated


They maybe uncirculated but they are in poor condition all the same, definitely not worth grading.

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