2 thoughts on “Excuse me, this is the coin of that country”

  1. This is the 10 Swiss franc banknotes in Switzerland's 1979 or 1983 edition. On the front is Swiss mathematician and astronomer Lyonhad Eric (1707-1783). "Zehn Franken" means German "Ten Fran", and "Dlesch Frans" means French "Ten Fara". Swiss franc is a hard currency. According to the current exchange rate: 1 Swiss franc = 7.1117 yuan, so your 10 Swiss franc can be exchanged for RMB 71. However, there is a collection value. The new version of the 1979 version of the Swiss franc banknotes are about 220 yuan on the postal trading market. The new version of the 1983 version of Swiss franc banknotes are about 150 yuan on the postal trading market. The picture is the 1979 edition, and the right is the 1983 edition.

  2. This is Germany's 10 marks, which enables the currency before the euro in Germany.
    The front is the avatar of mathematician Gauss, with six points on the back.

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