Independent Currencies produces items with a close likeness to national currency. In many cases, Independent Currencies uses identical production techniques as those used to manufacture central bank-issued paper money.
Should the buyer attempt to use these products in a similar manner as national currency, outlined above, Independent Currencies cannot be held responsible.
By purchasing these items, you agree that they are of collectable/artistic value only; they are not legal tender, they cannot be used to pay for goods and services or for debts private or public. They cannot be used as legal tender currency, and are non-exchangeable.
All product images on this site are copyrighted by Independent Currencies. You are free to use and circulate them, under a Creative Commons License, i.e. you must must attribute the Title (name of the product), Author (Independent Currencies), Source (www.independentcurrencies.com) and License (Creative Commons).
You may not digitally remove the watermark or ‘SPECIMEN’ mark.
You may not attempt to counterfeit our products.
If you wish to document our products, either by scanning them or photographing them, you are free to do so, on condition that:
ALL sides of the product are marked twice with ‘SPECIMEN’:
All images on www.independentcurrencies.com are indicative. Images on the site may differ in dimensions, colour and composition in real life.
We also frequently show speculative designs – there are no guarantees that the final, finished product will resemble the speculative design.
Independent Currencies reserves the right to change or alter product design at any time.
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