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Guernsey pound appearance of banknotes and banknotes. Guernsey pound (Guernsey pound) is the currency of Guernsey. Since 1921 the island is in a monetary union with the UK, the pound Guernsey is not an independent currency and is pegged to the pound sterling in the ratio of 1: 1, and the island accepts UK money, as well as Guernsey money is accepted for payment in the UK. Until 1834, Guernsey used the French livres as a currency, and then until 1921 French francs were accepted for payment. However, as early as 1827, the issue of own banknotes in pounds began, and from 1830 coins in duplicate, where 80 takes were 1 franc. From 1848 to 1850 on the island there was a decree on accepting pounds to pay, restored to coins in 1870 (12.5 pence Guernsey became 1 shilling), and concerning banknotes ...
https://en.numista.com/catalogue/pieces10625.html The benefits of working at a currency exchange business. A girl came in with her coins and a few notes from one of her or her families' vacations and I told her that these were cool coins and maybe she should keep them because I don't see coins from Guernsey or Jersey that often. She told me I could keep one of the coins, so I kept this one. Mintage 1,010,000. Not woth a ton of money but a very rare coin to see indeed. The rest of the coins she donated and the 10 pound Jersey note she brought to another bank that buys them. I almost bought it but what am I going to do with a Jersey Pound note? Maybe next time.
A closer look at my steadily increasing collection of coins from Guernsey. Be sure to subscribe for more content (^_^)
this is strange money it is a guernsey pound note it is worth £1.00 but some people will by it for more than £1.00
Having successfully forecast the commencement of the 2008 credit crisis, Toby Birch has turned his attention to the future of finance. He explains how digital currencies democratise money, devolving power from private monopolies into public hands by way of a national dividend. This form of reverse taxation was commonplace in Ancient Greece, Rome and Persia. Just as modern chefs deconstruct tired dishes into sophisticated platters, Toby's goal is to create a currency that combines ancient wisdom with the latest technology. He will lead by example, creating the 'Digital Double' to make Guernsey's currency the best in the world by 2020; backed by real assets but better still, the talent of its inhabitants. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized e...
Unboxing Guernsey, A good company to deal with, fast and very competitive on price.
The Silver 1oz 8 Doubles coin from Guernsey, the 8 Doubles 1oz silver coin has .9999 purity and is a great edition to the silver investor and collectors alike. Thanks again to all at the Guernsey mint for this lovely coin. http://www.guernseymint.com/ This is the 2011 coin before it changed in 2012 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aiQn00ZeSco
City Limits finally realised their ambition of playing with a full brass and string accompaniment made up from members of the Guernsey youth orchestra, and other invited musicians. The music was arranged by Nick Peters and Chris Quigley and sound mixed by Mark Guillou. Performed at St James Concert Hall, the gig was a great success, raising money for Cancer Research.
GUERNSEY BANKNOTES ISSUE 1990-1991
Try to give tout's guernsey money. You'd think they'd be grateful lol
This is One Penny from Guernsey and was made in 1987. Country Guernsey Type Common coin Years 1985-1990 Value 1 Penny 0.01 GGP = 0.013 USD Metal Bronze Weight 3.56 g Diameter 20.32 mm Thickness 1.6 mm Shape Round Orientation Medal alignment ↑↑ References KM# 40 Obverse Crowned head right, small arms at left Lettering: ELIZABETH II BAILIWICK OF GUERNSEY Engraver: Raphael David Maklouf Reverse Edible crab Lettering: ONE PENNY 1986 1 Engraver: Robert Elderton Edge Plain I zoomed in on the coin to show the great detail of it. If you enjoyed this coin please like, share, and subscribe. Thank you and have a great day from Museum Of Money. Credit goes to Numista website the best place for coin information : https://en.numista.com/catalogue/pieces10625.html
The Event Is Coming Soon - The Guernsey Experiment Is It an Effective Solution for Eliminating Debt Slavery by Pao Chang The Guernsey Experiment was a financial experiment done by the States of Guernsey in the early 1800s to raise fund for improving the public market and reducing the debt of Guernsey. Instead of borrowing money from private banks, the Committee proposed that the States of Guernsey issued their own paper money to finance government projects. After a few years of implementing the Guernsey Experiment, the economy of Guernsey improved significantly, allowing the people to live in prosperity. Here is an introduction about what the Guernsey Experiment from MONNETA.org: After the Napoleonic Wars, Guernsey was in dire straits. Roads being washed away by the sea desperately n...
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Package Holidays in Guernsey Channel Islands 1950's Thomas Cook promotional film Map of Southern England showing location of Guernsey in the Channel Islands. Close up of map of Guernsey, second largest of the Channel Islands. Mail boat arrives at St. Peter Port, capital of the island. Yachts and fishing boat at anchor in the inner harbour. Architecture combines aspects of both French and English building design. Castle Cornet directly across the bay. Local bus. Good shot of BEA propeller driven aircraft arriving at Guernsey Airport. Passenger alight from the plane. Centre of St. Peter's with narrow streets. Exterior of Royal Court. Panning shot of brightly coloured flowers in Condy Gardens. A young mother pulls her youngest son along on his bicycle in the park. Lilies. Stat...
This very cheap, sustainable solution will save £millions of Guernsey tax payers money compared to all the other solutions put to the States of Guernsey so far. This could also work in other countries across the world, so tell your local politician about it.
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