A collection of brand-new banknotes from 21 countries that were in circulation in the early 1960s. The colorful paper money was purchased in the respective countries by a young American man who spent two years traveling around the world with a backpack. In addition to the one-dollar bill from the United States, the currencies shown here were from Luxemboug, France, Sudan, East Africa, Norway, Thailand, Greece, Sweden, Israel, Iceland, Finland, Syria, Jordan, Italy, Lebanon, Austria, Hungary, England, India and Belgium.

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A collection of brand-new banknotes from 21 countries that were in circulation in the early 1960s. The colorful paper money was purchased in the respective countries by a young American man who spent two years traveling around the world with a backpack. In addition to the one-dollar bill from the United States, the currencies shown here were from Luxemboug, France, Sudan, East Africa, Norway, Thailand, Greece, Sweden, Israel, Iceland, Finland, Syria, Jordan, Italy, Lebanon, Austria, Hungary, England, India and Belgium.
Michele and Tom Grimm / Alamy Stock Photo
Image ID: FF42A2
A collection of brand-new banknotes from 21 countries that were in circulation in the early 1960s. The colorful paper money was purchased in the respective countries by a young American man who spent two years traveling around the world with a backpack. In addition to the one-dollar bill from the United States, the currencies shown here were from Luxembourg, France, Sudan, East Africa, Norway, Thailand, Greece, Sweden, Israel, Iceland, Finland, Syria, Jordan, Italy, Lebanon, Austria, Hungary, England, India and Belgium.
Location: USA