A nicely illustrated article on the PMG site features eagles on world banknotes. Here's an excerpt - see the complete article online.
The eagle is a symbol of strength and freedom throughout the world, and it can be seen soaring on banknotes from many different countries.
National Bald Eagle Day is a day dedicated to celebrating and raising awareness about the bald eagle, the iconic national bird of the United States. This day is observed annually on June 20, in celebration of the day when the Second Continental Congress selected bald eagles as the national symbol of the United States in 1782.
The bald eagle is just one of the many kinds of eagles featured on banknotes from around the world. Here are ten examples.
Czech Republic 1993 1000 Korun
To read the complete article, see:
Collection Inspiration: Eagles
Wayne Homren, Editor
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