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Question 1: Most notoriously, ________ produced a number of silk, leather, velvet, linen and wood issues, and although these issues were produced primarily for collectors, rather than for circulation, they are in demand by collectors.
EssenAachenBielefeldDortmund

Question 2: Later, the Continental Congress issued continental currency to support the ________.
Saratoga campaignNew York and New Jersey campaignAmerican Revolutionary WarAmerican Revolution

Question 3: Even playing cards were used for currency in France in the early 19th Century, and in French Canada from 1685 until 1757, in the ________ in the beginning of the 19th Century, and again in Germany after World War I.
JerseyUnited KingdomRepublic of IrelandIsle of Man

Question 4: In 1816, Congress chartered the ________.
New Orleans MintSecond Bank of the United StatesFirst Bank of the United StatesCarpenters' Hall

Question 5: ________'s feudal system was based on rice per year – koku.
United KingdomJapanCanadaCambodia

Question 6: Banknotes printed on cloth include a number of Communist Revolutionary issues in China from areas such as ________, or Sinkiang, in the United Islamic Republic of East Turkestan in 1933.
Uyghur peopleKazakhstanUzbekistanXinjiang

Question 7: Banknote collecting, or ________, is a rapidly growing area of numismatics.
CoinNotaphilyCurrencyCompany scrip

Question 8: A number of 19th century issues are known in Germanic and Baltic states, including the towns of ________, Pernau, Reval, Werro and Woisek.
ViljandiPärnuTartuTallinn

Question 9: In 1988, ________ produced the 5000 Schilling banknote (Mozart), which is the first foil application (Kinegram) to a paper banknote in the history of banknote printing.
PolandHungaryCzech RepublicAustria

Question 10: During the Russian administration of ________, banknotes were printed on sealskin.
Northwestern United StatesWashingtonAlaskaUnited States
















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