If you think money is simply a collection of round metal objects and paper-like rectangles, think again. Throughout the ages, humans have assigned value to all manner of things, from stones to spices. There are even some forms of money designed for possible encounters with other life forms on distant planets. Could you guess the intergalactic value of a Space Quid? The answer may surprise you!
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This currency is a boon to vehicle owners in Canada; can you guess what it purchases?
Question 2 of 20
If you become a space traveler, which currency would scientists recommend?
Question 3 of 20
A Katanga cross was currency made of copper that weighed how much?
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Although it's not actual currency, this paper money featuring some cartoon characters can be spent where?
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Kissi, a west African currency made of twisted iron bars with a "T" shape at one end and a spatula shape at the other, was believed to contain what?
Question 6 of 20
What was the amount of America's largest denomination of paper currency?
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Is a novelty $1 million bill illegal?
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Which country once offered a currency made of cardboard-like fiber?
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Are U.S. $2 bills still in circulation?
Question 10 of 20
Paper money in Bulgaria depicts which creature as a watermark?
Question 11 of 20
Which edible currency was once used in the Solomon Islands?
Question 12 of 20
Which delicate currency started as casino coins but became so popular it was used throughout the country?
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Until the 1950s, some Caribbean nations didn't have their own currency; so where did their money come from?
Question 14 of 20
True or false: Paper currency was first introduced in North America in 1690.
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To carry a Rai stone as currency, what would you need?
Question 16 of 20
Which of the following was once a widely accepted form of payment?
Question 17 of 20
How much was a British farthing worth?
Question 18 of 20
In Germany, which natural resource was used for currency after World War I?
Question 19 of 20
Which country's ancient currency could be steeped in hot water and turned into a drink?
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