Now he, instead of taking out his money, loads an image on his laptop's screen which displays three almost identical sets of banknotes and coins. Only now he gets out his purse – under the table – and takes out one set of coins for demonstration.
Most coins are round, except the 10, 20 and 50 nummu coins, which are octagonal. The one and two denaru coins have a bimetal look, similar to the 1 and 2 euro coins in Europe *here*, except that the two denari coin has an inner square with rounded corners which stands on one of them.
The 1, 2 and 5 nummu coins are of bronze colour, the 10, 20 and 50 nummu coins are silver. No coin substantially consists of precious metals.
The notes on the screen have a value of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 denari/sols/lire, varying in colors from denomination to denomination.
Do you have banknotes? Like those on the screen? We use both in everyday purchases, but you wouldn't, says buy a single bread roll of 15 nummi with anything higher than a 10 denari note – that would be too much change.
Before I forget mentioning it, the Ladroman Republic is in a monetary unit with the Saselvan Republic and the Argemontese Republic. That's why the banknotes are so similar – and even the coins. We can use any of the three currencies, denaru, sol and lira anywhere in the three countries and they are accepted equally.
I think I have a Saselvan coin somewhere...
Argenzu crams not only a 1 sol coin out of his purse, but also a 2 lire coin. The designs are almost identical, except for the writing and the motifs on the reverse of the coins.
Argenzu comes over to Berenice and Otla. He speaks in a stern voice.Firebird766 wrote:"The smell of tobacco makes people not breathe? That's madness talk. Everyone smokes."
Do you want to get cancer? Because smoking gives you cancer, slowly, but steadily, until you cough up blood, your teeth rot and your lung becomes as black as night.
You heard the lady — no smoking inside.
Argenzu sees the old man holding the lighter. He shakes his head, takes the hand of the man in which the lighter is and pushes it close to the chest of that man.
Then he goes back to his place.