Military Payment Certificates - Military payment certificates, or MPCs, were a form of currency used to pay U.S. military personnel in certain foreign countries. The military introduced MPCs as a form of currency that was convertible to U.S. dollars upon leaving an MPC zone, and also convertible to local currencies with the MPC zones. Between 1946 and 1973, 13 series were issued, with a total of 94 notes recognized. Many are bright and colorful, but all are rare these days.
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Front states denomination. Back states, "For Use only in United States Military Establishments by United States authorized personnel in accordance with applicable .... Read More
Front depicts an allegorical figure. Back vignette, which Arthurs Wasserbach is credited with engraving, is an exact duplicate of the 50 deutsche mark special army currency o.... Read More
Front depicts a vignette of Liberty engraved by G.F.C. Smillie. Back depicts a portrait engraved by John Eissler.. Grade: Very Good. Ordered on January 23rd, 1952 thes.... Read More
Front depicts a vignette of Liberty engraved by G.F.C. Smillie. Back depicts a portrait engraved by John Eissler.. Grade: Crisp Uncirculated. Ordered on January 23rd, 1965 these.... Read More
Front depicts the portrait of a woman. Back vignette depicts an eagle. Grade: Average Circulated (Fine or better). These certificates were the first series used in Vietnam fro.... Read More