How to identify and find the value of your world banknotes

Step 1. Determine the country of origin. Look for a country name on the banknote.
If it is not obvious, check this List of Scripts that can reveal the country.

If helpful text is not present, scan through these typical symbols.

To complete the identification, translate any Arabic or Indian numerals.

Step 2. Once you have a good idea of the country, return to the Home Page and
select that country from the menu box by the flashing purple arrow.

Then if you don't know the banknote denomination and date,
scroll to the bottom of the country page and follow the View All link.

Step 3. When you find your banknote type, note the catalog number.
Return to the top of the country page and follow the banknote Values link.

Values are provided for the most common variety of
each general banknote type in up to 6 condition grades.
Remember that specific banknote varieties may be worth much more.

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This page can help you identify your foreign banknotes! Here you will find foreign banknote photos, banknote values and other information useful for banknote collecting. Some banknotes came from the banknote mint, some came from banknote dealers, some came from banknote auction. Some are stored in banknote folders, others are stored using other banknote supplies. Many of these banknotes are silver banknotes and a few are gold banknotes. This information is useful for banknote collecting software and cataloging banknote types and banknote values in U.S. dollars.