Paper Money


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Paper Money

1. See: Cash.

2. See: Fiat money.
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The federal government authorized the issue of $450 million of a paper money called "Greenbacks," and at war's end, President Johnson authorized the Treasury to repay these notes with gold.
They need to make strong paper money that will be hard to copy.
Those are not paper money for the dead, rather for the Gods.
Spang makes it clear that value is not simply a question of quantity but "has always been historically produced," and that in assessing the experience of paper money in France in the 1790s, one must take into account the specific circumstances of the period (277).
Paper money is the ideal form of currency for such purposes.
According to official sources of the National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia, iron money won't be back in circulation because citizens tend to lose them and don't have the same attitude like with paper money, Macedonian media reports.
Blatter, who in a panicky voice had called for security while the 'money' rained on him, left the auditorium for 10 minutes while staff cleaned up the paper money before returning to speak to media.
It would be of great theoretical interest to establish the conceptual link between this genesis of self-consciousness and the modern notion of paper money.
In addition to coins, tokens, primitive money, decorations, paper money and medals are also covered.
Lamb, the TChinese were the first to use paper money in the 17th century.
Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) has floated an international tender for Printing of paper money (banknotes).
00) provides a weighty, definitive catalog of world paper money from 1961 to modern times, and packs in over 13,000 small black and white illustrations as it covers the latest prices and collector notes on the topic.