Hryvnia banknotes can bring good money to Ukrainians. Moreover, the denomination does not play a role – the high cost may be due to various features of the bill.
For example, for 24,000 UAH they sell 5 UAH of 1992. Such a price is due to its shortage – only the ornament and the number are clearly printed on the reverse side.
The announcement of the sale is posted on a specialized resource Violity. Behind him, a banknote:
- there are no hidden defects;
- was restored – the owner leveled it.
“5 UAH 1992. Shortage. It was crushed – they leveled it,” the announcement says.
And for UAH 30,000 they sell a set of ten 50-hryvnia bills with numbers from ED 1666660 to ED 1666669. According to the announcement:
- the condition of the banknotes is excellent;
- they have no defects;
- were not restored.
Also valued banknotes-“perversions”. They have the reverse side printed at an angle of 180 degrees to the front. For example, such 20 UAH 1992 are sold for 4,500 UAH.
As GLOBAL HAPPENINGS reported, not only banknotes, but coins are considered valuable among collectors. For example, married.
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