Abemana https://www.bluewatersmint.com/apps/photos/ Abemana ABEMANA Currency These notes that are on handmade paper with marbled effect on one side feature colorful leaf. Denominated in "Ika" meaning "fish" the only cash producing product from the island, this photo shows only the front of the note. I might have a single or two somewhere. If interest, click Contact Me. Mintage was very low. I doubt more than a dozen sets were made. https://www.bluewatersmint.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=73242227 73242227 Back of ABEMANA CURRENCY Triple signed on this reverse of the Abemana currency release, dated 2006. Local language featured. Mintage was very low, likely not more than a dozen. I might have a single or two somewhere to click Contact Me if you are interested. https://www.bluewatersmint.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=73242228 73242228 ABEMANA MOTHER OF PEARL Only a few varieties shown here. The number of varieties are almost as numerous as there are pieces made. These are CRUDE. I'm talking handprinted with Sharpie markers (won't fade if wet) and none are perfect. Here are the oddities: several colors of markers are used, mostly black. Colors of the Dyed Mother of Pearl Shell run from Natural to Blue-Black and almost any other shade you might imagine. The darkest colors that are too dark for printing are etched and etched poorly, I might add. Sizes range from 20 millimeters to 70 millimeters. Some of the small sizes are curled to look like shallow bowls or saucers. About 200 of the smallest were made and likely not more than 50 of the 70 millimeter. Middle sizes 30-50 millimeters are the most common. I have a bunch of these. See the web store. https://www.bluewatersmint.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=73242229 73242229