Ewri wrote:Now it's my job to find some of your notes.
As I might have mentioned before, most of my old
have the EBT address written in the lower left corner on the backside of the note. Then I spent some
at the reception of the hotel. I hope, they spent them at a bank (then I assume HSBC branch, Gzira), and didn't give them to other guests. Well, we'll see.
Europa notes I brought from home were mainly special ones for Germany (N/NA, S/S, Z/ZB). They, of course, don't have the EBT address on them. Additionally, I entered some notes I received from my classmates, they were mostly V004/VA and V005/VAs, or U/U ones (U004/U, U005/U, U006/U).
Other special notes were:
2 or 3
M009G5 V114 Duisenberg
P006I4 X066 Duisenberg
K007I5 T556 Draghi
J007/ S Trichet
P003C2 X155 Duisenberg
P/X Duisenberg are rather common on Malta
, but it's in quite good condition
I just wrote them down, so that you might find them easier
. I spent some other notes as well, but they're not so rare that they'll be found that easy.
Furthermore, I found and saw some interesting notes/coins on Malta (they do not deal with the topic, but I wanted to report them anyway):
E009H3 G000, received from a classmate in Rabat, before he could spend it on the bus back to Gzira.
2009 commemorative coin, in Gzria, after buying 4 bottles of Kinnie and a bottle of water.
German 1 pfennig coin (pre euro currency) in the same shop, asking for Maltese 1 cent coins. Those Pfennigs will never die out
! Unfortunately, they didn't have any Maltese 1 cent coins
and I didn't want the Pfennig as well. I have a whole bag of them at home