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09/26/2006 10:35:48 PM · #1
I came across this note today and for the life of me, cannot find out which country's currency this is. Can anyone tell me?

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09/26/2006 10:38:25 PM · #2
its from Turkey
09/26/2006 10:40:33 PM · #3
Dang, I was gonna get there. I thought the writing look cyrillic and the art looked byzantine.
09/26/2006 10:42:53 PM · #4
Although I'm going to disagree and say it could be from Uzbekistan...

Turkey has the Lira. Uzbek has the "som" (close to "cym).
09/26/2006 10:43:12 PM · #5
Oh, I was going to say from one of the ex-soviet Republics.

09/26/2006 10:44:16 PM · #6
Image of 100 cym

Looks like i'm right....


Message edited by author 2006-09-26 22:44:45.
09/26/2006 10:46:11 PM · #7
Originally posted by DrAchoo:

Image of 100 cym

Looks like i'm right....

Yup...your right
09/26/2006 11:31:13 PM · #8
From my limited knowledge of Cyrillic, I can read the first word as Uzbekistan.
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