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On 12/27/2020 at 5:13 PM, Fenntucky Mike said:

Lookout @Bonezdogg here I come, sorry @Revenant but there is a new head of the table. :bigsmile:

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:news:

:whatev:I'll get to that eventually... lol My 1 Billion and 10 Billion notes are on a short list of high priority / high likelihood upgrades but I'm just finding myself in no rush in general with Zimbabwe right now. I'm actually doing some things with my wife that have me getting much more into my other love at the moment - photography.

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Not a note or even scrip but it was made to look like a bill.

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Man this thing is fragile but I guess it is an 87yr old, .027 thick piece of wood, what do you want. If you ever get something similar be very careful not to bend it in the direction of the wood grain, it'll break.

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10 hours ago, David_Grand said:

I got this out of a bunch of $2.00 bills I got at the bank the other day.   The number on it looks the same right-side up as it does upside down!.   Putting it on eBay.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/184862192011

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That type of fancy # is called a rotator, good luck on the auction. 

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