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    Quote Originally Posted by vinnyt View Post
    I am interested in collecting polymer bank notes from around the world. Wondering if anyone know a good source.
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    I have a few Romanian 2000 Lei polymer banknotes from 1999 that commemorate the Solar eclipse that year. If you'd like a few of them just message me your details and I will send you some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinnyt View Post
    I am interested in collecting polymer bank notes from around the world. Wondering if anyone know a good source.
    Out of curiosity what do you plan on doing with them. Are you just a collector or looking to make a neat coffee table??[emoji3]

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    Just collecting


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    Quote Originally Posted by aaron1234 View Post
    Out of curiosity what do you plan on doing with them. Are you just a collector or looking to make a neat coffee table??[emoji3]

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    Now that you mention it a coffee table, or better that a shaving stand would be awesome.


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    All Australian Bank notes are polymer now (have been since about 1988 I think) and you do get used to them. A new $5 note was introduced recently with raised dots (braille) to help the visually impaired identify the denomination this will be incorporated into all new issues. With the current exchange rate any bank should be able to supply "Aussie Dollars" at a decent rate.

    I personally found the US bills confusing due to similar colour and size but got used to them pretty quick too.
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