Today on World Currency Collector we’ll travel to Brazil to learn about 8 different issues of banknotes over the past 100 years. We’ll see hyperinflation at work, learning about overstamped notes and real ink signatures. We’ll also talk about the Great Egret, opera composer Antônio Carlos Gomes, poet Carlos Drummond de Andrade, poet Cecília Meireles, the fate of Isabel, Princess Imperial of Brazil, the military peacemaker Duque of Caxias, the Portuguese explorer Pedro Álvares Cabral, and Campos Sales, the fourth President of Brazil.
Museum of Banknotes of Brazil:
Learn about collecting Brazilian Cédulas (banknotes):
Hear a reading in Portuguese of Carlos Drummond de Andrade's poem "Prece do Mineiro no Rio":
Learn about Isabel, Princess Imperial of Brazil:
Learn about Pedro Álvares Cabral:
Learn about the Duque of Caxias:
Learn about the American Bank Note Company:
Learn about the Thomas De La Rue & Company, Limited:
You did an amazing job and research! As a Brazilian myself, I was quite pleased watching this video. You surely put a lot of effort in it. Besides that, it's always nice to watch/hear people from other places talking about our own country out there. Greetings from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil! Come visit us! :)
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