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does any 1 have any blades for sale-ive came into money :D

Would you consider a slightly counterfeit Schildkröt 90000? (Wrist support required.)


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peterpong wrote:
does any 1 have any blades for sale-ive came into money :D

Would you consider a slightly counterfeit Schildkröt 90000? (Wrist support required.)

only if it is a genuine counterfeit and plays like a cricket bat.

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Yes, how do we know that it is real counterfeit money? What about the provincial and national versions?

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Do these counterfeit notes have blue sponge or none at all?


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https://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/c ... /disunion/

Incidentally - for four years I assiduously read this blog, which was commemorating the American Civil War's 150th anniversary, more or less "as it happened 150 years ago". This was one of the more amusing entries.

https://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2 ... racy/?_r=0

"In March 1862, an unusual ad began appearing in Northern newspapers. Among the shops selling pianos and patent medicines, sheet music and sewing machines, this one stood out: it promised “perfect fac-similes” of Confederate currency. There were seven kinds of notes for sale, and testimonials from The New York Tribune and others praising the replicas for their high quality and low prices. Five cents bought you one. Two dollars bought a hundred. Fifteen dollars bought a thousand. The word “counterfeits” never appeared. These were “Mementos of the Rebellion,” sold by a Philadelphia shopkeeper named Samuel Curtis Upham.

Upham didn’t look like a counterfeiter. He didn’t hide out in the woods or perform daring jailbreaks. He didn’t run from the police. He was a respectable small-business owner and devoted Northern patriot. He ran a store that sold stationery, newspapers and cosmetics. But he was also an entrepreneur with an eye for easy profit, and the Civil War offered the business opportunity of a lifetime: the ability to forge money without breaking the law. Confederate currency, issued by a government that was emphatically not recognized by the Union, had no legal status in the North, which meant Upham could sell his “fac-similes” with impunity. "

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