Money is certainly no stranger to us. Over the centuries, money has played an important role in exchange, trade, and purchase. In the production and printing of currency, sometimes there are small errors that make the note special and increase its value many times the real value. Many people who have a hobby of collecting money have these flaws and accept to spend many times more expensive just to own it. Below are some printed bills with high value purchased from some countries around the world.
23 million yuan for 100 yuan printing error
According to the Shanghaiist news site, the 100 yuan note has an error with the watermark of Chinese President Mao Zedong being printed upside down. This is a rare case because the chance of money being printed incorrectly is very small, only about one in a million. This banknote was once owned by a businessman in Wuhu (China) when he changed money for a guest. Currently, the exchange rate of Vietnamese currency and Chinese currency is one Yuan (CNY) equivalent to 3253.37 VND. Thus, 23 million yuan is equivalent to more than 74.8 billion VND.