Foreign Currency and Coins

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    A shot of various foreign banknotes and coins that I took to illustrate a post in my personal finance blog at Wise Bread.

    janniec, rinkjustice, kelbenh, viluc, and 23 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. ribuck 60 months ago | reply

      Thanks for licensing your photo to allow re-use. We used it to illustrate an answer to the question What’s the best way to buy foreign currency?

    2. bradipo 60 months ago | reply

      Thanks for letting me know!

    3. SpiritualSubliminals 58 months ago | reply

      Hey there, Thanks for using a creative commons licence. I have used it to illustrate a post on the law of attraction at my blog. I have linked to this page and also Wise Bread (good reading btw). Cheers.

    4. ~A Nomad's Lot~ 56 months ago | reply

      Thanks for making your photo available through the Creative Commons license. I've used it in an article and credited you at:

    5. canworld 54 months ago | reply

      Thanks for posting this to the public domain. We have used this to illustrate an article on our website on the world currency war

    6. moneyfinance38 53 months ago | reply

      Exellent picture, used the image on my blog, feel free to take a look at it.

    7. rightstartlending 49 months ago | reply

      Hi there, great photo and thanks for sharing. We used it on our debt consolidation blog.


    8. 48 months ago | reply

      Hi Philip - Just wanted to thank you for sharing such a great image! We've used it in an article on foreign transaction fees on We wanted to show our thanks and appreciation for allowing use under Creative Commons: Update: The Latest on Foreign Transaction Fees

    9. eva_iles 48 months ago | reply

      Thank you for licensing under Creative Commons. I used this image on a page about foreign currency exchange rate on my forex trading website.

    10. KDF RDC 47 months ago | reply

      hi nice photo. i would like to ask for permission to use this photo in my company's quarterly newsletter. Thanks Adam Chen Kidney Dialysis Foundation

    11. bradipo 47 months ago | reply

      It's licensed under a creative commons attribution license, which means that you're welcome to use it with attribution. You can credit me as either Philip Brewer or bradipo. If the newsletter is on-line, I'd appreciate a link either to here or to (but if it's not on-line, don't worry about it).

    12. KDF RDC 47 months ago | reply

      We do have an eNewsletter that will be sent out in July, you can sign up at:


    13. RumpledElf 45 months ago | reply

      Hi, I've used this photo too:

      Another big thankyou!

    14. travelagendanl 43 months ago | reply


      We used this photo in an article on our Dutch travel community
      Your photo and the article can be found on: . It will be posted on September 22.
      Of course a link back to your photo is included.

      Thank you for sharing your great photo through "Creative Commons".

      With Regards,

      The Travelagenda editors

    15. FordhamILJ 41 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing your great photo under a Creative Commons license. We've used the photo alongside an article on international investment law ( Thank you so much. We provided attribution and a link to your site at the top of the article.

    16. BenFreemanDC 30 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing the pic under a Creative Commons license. I used it as part of the cover for my book, The Foreign Policy Auction ( You're given attribution and I provide readers with a link to your website. Hopefully this brings many additional hits!

      Thanks again,

      Ben Freeman

    17. bradipo 30 months ago | reply

      Cool! Thanks for letting me know!

    18. MyHolidayMoney 30 months ago | reply

      Hi, we've added this image to our profile page here on Facebook We've added a comment attributing the original author. Thanks for the wonderful image.

    19. 3 months ago | reply

      Great image. I used it in a video I made named, "It Costs More to Make a Nickel than a Dime."

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