The banknote we are talking about today is not the so-called first auction on the internet, in the past being sold for either 15,000 lei or 5,000 lei. We don’t know if the owners at that time managed to sell it, but a new owner put the Romanian banknote up for sale, which is also available for 10,000 lei. So, read on and see which is the banknote that has returned in the marketthis time for 10,000 lei.
The fever of old notes and coins has taken over the Internet
In recent years, whether we are talking about amateurs or recognized numismatic collectors, the consensus of opinion is that, in general, notes and coins have come to sell like hot cakes. Many of the bills, they call the so-called canceled banknotes they are notes that have had their legal status withdrawn and, as such, are worth less to collectors than non-canceled, circulating notes.
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Most specialists in the sale of such TREASURE, I say the overall look is important. In the case of the oldest private banks, they are only available canceled banknotes which have been cut in half for security reasons during transport and as such a canceled note that has been used may be more desirable to a collector than a proof or unissued note.
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The price is determined by a willing buyer and seller
However, the fact that a note is canceled is an inherent feature of the note and must always be indicated in its description, as this has a direct bearing on desirability and value. The main reason for this section is to ensure that collectors are aware that canceled notes should be treated with caution in determining value. Ultimately, the price is determined by a willing buyer and seller. It may also be the case of the banknote we are talking about today, which, as I said at the beginning, has also been put up for sale, for other amounts, by amateur collectors.
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What is the Romanian banknote that is also given with 10,000 lei
As I told on other occasions, the Romanian banknote, which is also sold for 10,000 lei, was issued for the first time in 1991, and 7 years later the last series of the same banknote would be issued, in 1998, which would be the last one. Today, another amateur collector put up for sale the 1,000 lei banknote, face value, and the amount he asked for is 10,000 lei, specifying the following in the ad:
“I am selling a very rare 1000 lei banknote Mihai Eminescu year 1998 with series 001 A. The preservation condition is good considering the frequency of circulation.
The price is 10,000 lei, slightly negotiable. Personal teaching in Bucharest. We can check the authenticity at the NBR.”
Not even in this case seller we don’t know if he managed to get the asking amount on the bill or not, but if you have it lying around, you could try selling it, maybe you’ll get lucky, who knows.