We Buy Old Paper Money from all over the World CALL Buy paper with watermark is the study of paper money and a notaphilist is a collector of banknotes, paper money, paper currency or plastic notes.
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We buy issued, unissued and specimens. A banknote often known as a bill, paper money or simply a note is a kind of negotiable instrument, a promissory note made by a bank payable to the bearer on demand, used as money, and in many jurisdictions is legal tender.
Along with coins, banknotes make up the cash or bearer forms of all modern fiat money. With the exception of non-circulating high-value or precious metal commemorative issues, coins are used for lower valued monetary units, while banknotes are used for higher values.
Paper money originated in two forms: Money is based on the coming to pre-eminence of some commodity as payment. The oldest monetary basis was for agricultural capital: In Ancient Mesopotamia, drafts were issued against stored grain as a unit of account.
A "drachma" was a weight of grain. Japan's feudal system was based on rice per year — koku. At the same time, legal codes enforced the payment for injury in a standardized form, usually in precious metals. The development of money then comes from the role of agricultural capital and precious metals having a privileged place in the economy.
Such drafts were used for giro systems of banking as early as Ptolemaic Egypt in the 1st century BC. The perception of banknotes as money has evolved over time.
Originally, money was based on precious metals. Banknotes were seen as essentially an I. With the gradual removal of precious metals from the monetary system, banknotes evolved to represent credit money, or if backed by the credit of a government also fiat money.
List of Chinese inventions The use of paper money as a circulating medium is intimately related to shortages of metal for coins.
In ancient China coins were circular with a rectangular hole in the middle. Several coins could be strung together on a rope. Merchants in China, if they became rich enough, found that their strings of coins were too heavy to carry around easily. To solve this problem, coins were often left with a trustworthy person, and the merchant was given a slip of paper recording how much money he had with that person.
If he showed the paper to that person he could regain his money. Eventually, the paper money called "jiaozi" originated from these promissory notes.
In the 7th century there were local issues of paper currency in China and by the Song Dynasty, short of copper for striking coins, issued the first generally circulating notes.
A note is a promise to redeem later for some other object of value, usually specie. The issue of credit notes is often for a limited duration, and at some discount to the promised amount later.
The jiaozi nevertheless did not replace coins during the Song Dynasty; paper money was used alongside the coins.
The successive Yuan Dynasty was the first dynasty in China to use paper currency as the predominant circulating medium. The original notes during the Yuan Dynasty were restricted in area and duration as in the Song Dynasty, but in the later course of the dynasty, facing massive shortages of specie to fund their ruling in China, began printing paper money without restrictions on duration.
Byin an effort to rein in economic expansion and end hyperinflation, the new Ming Dynasty ended paper money, and closed much of Chinese trade. In the Indian sub-continent a similar system evolved called the hundi system. The history of these instruments has not been widely studied but it is quite likely that these were in common use hundreds of years ago, being designed to assist in Indian trade, which was extensively practiced across the world in the past.
A Hundi is basically an unconditional order in writing made by a person directing another to pay a certain sum of money to a person named in the order. Hundis, similar to paper notes, were issued by indigenous bankers and used in trade and credit transactions and to transfer funds from one place to another, a kind of travellers cheque.
They were also used as credit instruments for borrowing and as bills of exchange for trade transactions. Banknotes in Europe In medieval Italy and Flanders, because of the insecurity and impracticality of transporting large sums of money over long distances, money traders started using promissory notes.
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