Allied Military Currency. Second World War - 3 banknotes from Germany, France and Japan, Allied Occupied Countries. Certificate of Authenticity Included
Allied military currency (AMC) was the most extensive joint issue of the war. Issues were prepared in francs, kroner, lire, marks, shillings and yen for use in several countries. These Allied military currency issues are unusual in many ways. During the planning stages it was determined that Allied invasion and occupation currency should have several important characteristics. The currency should be denominated in the units of issues of the invaded (or liberated) country. All the issues should be similar in appearance, facilitating production. Finally, they should be issues of the Allies jointly rather than allowing each participant to issue an individual occupation currency. This was felt important in presenting an image of solidarity to the yet unconquered lands. This solidarity was to prove expensiv
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- Museum Monies – The Collection include 1 Mark from Germany 1944, 2 Francs from France 1944 and 10 Sen from Japan (78x66mm).
- Inspected by Experts – Each unit of paper money you receive is carefully inspected by a member of the American Numismatic Association. Your collection come with a printed certificate of authenticity.
- This is a unique collection, which was made possible by many years of collection around the world, by various specialized fairs. Limited units
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