Nepal is a fascinating country and the people are very friendly and extremely poor so you don't see a lot of large bills, (and I think this is the largest, at present exchange rate of $8.50). It's hard to find nice crisp bills as they get worked to death in poorer economies in my experience, and in Nepal, for certain. Many countries currency is boring but not in Nepal. They all have Mt. Everest on one side and an animal from Nepal on the other, and by and large the artwork is fantastic, high quality engraving and colors. The pictures are of the bill you'll receive and I'll promptly ship via USPS First Class Letter rate in a reinforced legal envelope, no tracking.
I was at a bank in Kathmandu trying to get the teller to understand that I wanted to get 10 of each coin and bill, in the best condition, and my friendly giude was trying to help. The poor teller was so confused, and as this was progressing people would come into the bank, which was nothing like a western bank unless you picture an old time bank in the wild west, and they would open up sachels and take out stacks of currency, well worn and sewn together in big bricks, and stacking these bundles high and wide on the counter. They were paying bills. The teller had to dig for coins as they were worth far less than a cent and nobody used them other than paying a pittance for a stack of coins to make a wish in the fountain. The bills everywhere were pretty grubby or had holes, or both
|Shipping / Handling Cost||Cost For Each Additional Item||Service|
|$1.00||$0.25||USPS First Class Mail (2 to 3 business days)|
This bill will come in a Legal sized envelope with no tracking