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Brazil's pretty cruzado banknotes

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Rafael Rocha (8 months ago)
Hi Glen, brazilian here! I just realized that your channel is way bigger than I previously thought. Wasn't expecting to find any brazilian-related videos. Awesome! Just some quick notes about the video: * At 1:20 the first signature was from the President of the National Monetary Council. * Machado de Assis (reads like 'Mashado') was a legendary writer, most famous for his romanticism writings. (If you like reading and if you could find any translated book from him, I would recommend reading it) * At 4:40 actually, the "1st of March" written there isn't the date but the street's name. "Rua 1º de Março" translates to "1st of March Street". Coincidentaly right after that they put the year the photo was taken. So the legend says: "Rio de Janeiro - 1st of March Street in 1905. Also I haven't seen any brazilian coins in your channel. Do you have any? If not, I could send a few to you if you'd like. They are not anything special(I kinda started to get a bit more serious with collecting coins after I came to Australia 2 years ago), just some spare change I got from the last time I went to visit my family. And I might also have one of the newer 2 REAIS banknote. Give me a shout if you interested! Bye and keep it up!
Hello Rafael. I actually love brazilian currency. I do have a video on a 40 reis from Brasil. I will do more on Brasilian currency. I have most of the current coins except the 1 centavo and 1 real. I can trade if you have them. Then I can make a vieo on this fine series. There are some large Spanish coin channels, maybe they do Brasilian coins. Thank you for your comment, it was very insightful.
Chihiro Fujisaki (11 months ago)
I have those Brazil banknotes too I’m uploading a updated video of some cheap random banknotes collection that I have
Cool, will watch it. Keep it up mate.
Fun Pathik (1 year ago)
Want to see more.
I will make more.
LOYAL WARRIOR (1 year ago)
I have just a few Brazilian banknotes (newer ones) in my small collection. I have some other collections as well (mostly quite modest ones), for example quite an interesting collection (this one is really not a bad one!) of half-precious stones). But nowadays I am mostly interested, as a collector, in collecting interesting films and videos from YouTube. I intend to make about a hundred playlists with videos of my choice, but I am just in the beginning of this exciting for me, but rather a time-spending job. Especcially I am interested in songs and dances of different peoples.
LOYAL WARRIOR (1 year ago)
Gumardee coins and banknotes Yes, but I name it "throat singing".
Oh tht is interesting. Do you have the Tuvan throat music on that list?

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