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The State Treasury series of Mongolia in the World Currency contains 12 distinct entries.
In 1921 Baron Ungern tried introducing a national currency in the form of 6% short-term dollar-denominated provisionary obligations. However, these instruments were withdrawn when the Ungern regime collapsed, after which the first real banknotes were ordered by the People’s Revolutionary Government.

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State Treasury Value Range  
50 cents (B101a, P1)
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50 cents (B101as, P1)
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1 dollar (B102a, P2)
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1 dollar (B102as, P2)
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3 dollars (B103a, P3)
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3 dollars (B103as, P3)
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5 dollars (B104a, P4)
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5 dollars (B104as, P4)
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10 dollars (B105a, P5)
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10 dollars (B105as, P5)
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25 dollars (B106a, P6)
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25 dollars (B106as, P6)
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The State Treasury series of Mongolia in the World Currency contains 12 distinct entries.
In 1921 Baron Ungern tried introducing a national currency in the form of 6% short-term dollar-denominated provisionary obligations. However, these instruments were withdrawn when the Ungern regime collapsed, after which the first real banknotes were ordered by the People’s Revolutionary Government.

Catalog Detail