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The newly crowned most expensive burger in the world was auctioned to raise money at a breast cancer research event

And you thought you overpaid for a bacon cheeseburger at the pub last night…

We seem to be universally obsessed with fast foods made for the one percent. The world’s most expensive pizza, hot dogs, and ice cream sundaes are all adorned with truffles, gold leaf, and caviar. At least this newly crowned most expensive burger in the world was sold for a good cause.

Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Thani, chairman of the Department of Statistics and Community Development of the United Arab Emirates, recently sold four of his signature burgers for charity, one of which was sold for a whopping $10,000. The funds benefited the Pink Caravan’s Pink Bite breast cancer charity event in Dubai.

World's Most Expensive Burger Sells for $10,000 in Dubai
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"Two years ago we broke the world record by selling one burger for $7,000, and this year we wanted to top that," Al Thani said in a statement. "All proceeds will go to breast cancer awareness and free detection at an earlier stage."

So what does the lucky auction winner receive in exchange for the 10-grand price tag? The towering burger is stacked with seven beef patties (to represent the seven emirates of the UAE), aged cheddar cheese, and veal bacon strips sandwiched inside a saffron-cheddar bun.


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We also explain the reason behind the price of some of the coins and banknotes at the bottom of the article, after the quiz. Good luck!

If you're unable to see the quiz in the This is Money or MailOnline app, or in Facebook Instant Articles please click on the following link to view it on our website instead.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE ANSWERS

1. Earlier in the month, this Jane Austen AA01 000010 sold for £7,200 at the Bank of England charity auction.

It was the lowest serial numbered new polymer tenner available to the public.

2. The coin was produced in 2009 with a run of 210,000 to mark the 250th anniversary of the Royal Botanic Gardens.

Most coins are minted with a circulation that run into the millions - but with such a small run on this 50p, it has bumped up the value.

3. Earlier in the month, we previewed a Spink auction of world banknotes - and they subsequently sold collectively for millions.

This note, featuring George V, had a face value of $10,000. It was issued by the Government of the Straits Settlements - a group of British territories located in South East Asia, established in 1826

4. This Benjamin Britten 50p coin is one of the red herrings in the quiz. This is Money was asked last year if it was worth a mint by one of our readers.

It had a mintage of 5.3million in 2013, not making it particular rare or sought after by collectors.

5. At a Bank of England charity auction last year, this Churchill polymer £5 note sold for £4,150.

The serial number, AA001 000017, was the lowest available for the public to bid on.

6. All 2p coins minted before 1982 should say 'new pence'. Those minted after this date should say 'two pence'.

But an error in 1983 means there are a small number of 2p coins from that year which say 'new pence'.

Royal Mint does not know how many exist but today they can fetch more than £1,500 — though only if it is dated 1983.

7. This 1890 Grand Watermelon $1,000 Treasury note from the US sold for $3.29million in 2014, making it world's most valuable banknote.

It exceeded all expectations when it sold at the auction.

8. The rarest 50p coin is the 1992-93 EC Single Market design. The coin illustrates a table with 12 stars representing the capital city of each member nation at the time.

There were just 109,000 made. Experts say their value is likely to increase further following Britain's decision to leave the EU.

9. In May, auction firm Spink auctioned a £5 note from 1971 with the serial number A01 000004 - meaning it was given to then-Chancellor Anthony Barber.

It sold for a whopping £16,800.

10. We pointed out last year (nearly a year ahead of most other publications) that old style £1 coins could become future collectors items.

Of these round pounds, the Edinburgh £1 coin is the rarest, with 935,000 minted, making them potentially worth more than face value when sold online.

11. Quiz red herring number two - this £2 coin is the one we probably receive the most amount of correspondence about.

The coin is not rare. It had a mintage of 5,720,000.

12. In 2006, this gold coin of Edward III dated from 1343-4 sold for a whopping £460,000.

The Edward III double florin, known as a double leopard and with a face value of six shillings, was circulated from December 1343 until July 1344.


This Burger Was Just Sold for $10,000 for Charity in Dubai - Recipes

We also explain the reason behind the price of some of the coins and banknotes at the bottom of the article, after the quiz. Good luck!

If you're unable to see the quiz in the This is Money or MailOnline app, or in Facebook Instant Articles please click on the following link to view it on our website instead.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE ANSWERS

1. Earlier in the month, this Jane Austen AA01 000010 sold for £7,200 at the Bank of England charity auction.

It was the lowest serial numbered new polymer tenner available to the public.

2. The coin was produced in 2009 with a run of 210,000 to mark the 250th anniversary of the Royal Botanic Gardens.

Most coins are minted with a circulation that run into the millions - but with such a small run on this 50p, it has bumped up the value.

3. Earlier in the month, we previewed a Spink auction of world banknotes - and they subsequently sold collectively for millions.

This note, featuring George V, had a face value of $10,000. It was issued by the Government of the Straits Settlements - a group of British territories located in South East Asia, established in 1826

4. This Benjamin Britten 50p coin is one of the red herrings in the quiz. This is Money was asked last year if it was worth a mint by one of our readers.

It had a mintage of 5.3million in 2013, not making it particular rare or sought after by collectors.

5. At a Bank of England charity auction last year, this Churchill polymer £5 note sold for £4,150.

The serial number, AA001 000017, was the lowest available for the public to bid on.

6. All 2p coins minted before 1982 should say 'new pence'. Those minted after this date should say 'two pence'.

But an error in 1983 means there are a small number of 2p coins from that year which say 'new pence'.

Royal Mint does not know how many exist but today they can fetch more than £1,500 — though only if it is dated 1983.

7. This 1890 Grand Watermelon $1,000 Treasury note from the US sold for $3.29million in 2014, making it world's most valuable banknote.

It exceeded all expectations when it sold at the auction.

8. The rarest 50p coin is the 1992-93 EC Single Market design. The coin illustrates a table with 12 stars representing the capital city of each member nation at the time.

There were just 109,000 made. Experts say their value is likely to increase further following Britain's decision to leave the EU.

9. In May, auction firm Spink auctioned a £5 note from 1971 with the serial number A01 000004 - meaning it was given to then-Chancellor Anthony Barber.

It sold for a whopping £16,800.

10. We pointed out last year (nearly a year ahead of most other publications) that old style £1 coins could become future collectors items.

Of these round pounds, the Edinburgh £1 coin is the rarest, with 935,000 minted, making them potentially worth more than face value when sold online.

11. Quiz red herring number two - this £2 coin is the one we probably receive the most amount of correspondence about.

The coin is not rare. It had a mintage of 5,720,000.

12. In 2006, this gold coin of Edward III dated from 1343-4 sold for a whopping £460,000.

The Edward III double florin, known as a double leopard and with a face value of six shillings, was circulated from December 1343 until July 1344.


This Burger Was Just Sold for $10,000 for Charity in Dubai - Recipes

We also explain the reason behind the price of some of the coins and banknotes at the bottom of the article, after the quiz. Good luck!

If you're unable to see the quiz in the This is Money or MailOnline app, or in Facebook Instant Articles please click on the following link to view it on our website instead.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE ANSWERS

1. Earlier in the month, this Jane Austen AA01 000010 sold for £7,200 at the Bank of England charity auction.

It was the lowest serial numbered new polymer tenner available to the public.

2. The coin was produced in 2009 with a run of 210,000 to mark the 250th anniversary of the Royal Botanic Gardens.

Most coins are minted with a circulation that run into the millions - but with such a small run on this 50p, it has bumped up the value.

3. Earlier in the month, we previewed a Spink auction of world banknotes - and they subsequently sold collectively for millions.

This note, featuring George V, had a face value of $10,000. It was issued by the Government of the Straits Settlements - a group of British territories located in South East Asia, established in 1826

4. This Benjamin Britten 50p coin is one of the red herrings in the quiz. This is Money was asked last year if it was worth a mint by one of our readers.

It had a mintage of 5.3million in 2013, not making it particular rare or sought after by collectors.

5. At a Bank of England charity auction last year, this Churchill polymer £5 note sold for £4,150.

The serial number, AA001 000017, was the lowest available for the public to bid on.

6. All 2p coins minted before 1982 should say 'new pence'. Those minted after this date should say 'two pence'.

But an error in 1983 means there are a small number of 2p coins from that year which say 'new pence'.

Royal Mint does not know how many exist but today they can fetch more than £1,500 — though only if it is dated 1983.

7. This 1890 Grand Watermelon $1,000 Treasury note from the US sold for $3.29million in 2014, making it world's most valuable banknote.

It exceeded all expectations when it sold at the auction.

8. The rarest 50p coin is the 1992-93 EC Single Market design. The coin illustrates a table with 12 stars representing the capital city of each member nation at the time.

There were just 109,000 made. Experts say their value is likely to increase further following Britain's decision to leave the EU.

9. In May, auction firm Spink auctioned a £5 note from 1971 with the serial number A01 000004 - meaning it was given to then-Chancellor Anthony Barber.

It sold for a whopping £16,800.

10. We pointed out last year (nearly a year ahead of most other publications) that old style £1 coins could become future collectors items.

Of these round pounds, the Edinburgh £1 coin is the rarest, with 935,000 minted, making them potentially worth more than face value when sold online.

11. Quiz red herring number two - this £2 coin is the one we probably receive the most amount of correspondence about.

The coin is not rare. It had a mintage of 5,720,000.

12. In 2006, this gold coin of Edward III dated from 1343-4 sold for a whopping £460,000.

The Edward III double florin, known as a double leopard and with a face value of six shillings, was circulated from December 1343 until July 1344.


This Burger Was Just Sold for $10,000 for Charity in Dubai - Recipes

We also explain the reason behind the price of some of the coins and banknotes at the bottom of the article, after the quiz. Good luck!

If you're unable to see the quiz in the This is Money or MailOnline app, or in Facebook Instant Articles please click on the following link to view it on our website instead.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE ANSWERS

1. Earlier in the month, this Jane Austen AA01 000010 sold for £7,200 at the Bank of England charity auction.

It was the lowest serial numbered new polymer tenner available to the public.

2. The coin was produced in 2009 with a run of 210,000 to mark the 250th anniversary of the Royal Botanic Gardens.

Most coins are minted with a circulation that run into the millions - but with such a small run on this 50p, it has bumped up the value.

3. Earlier in the month, we previewed a Spink auction of world banknotes - and they subsequently sold collectively for millions.

This note, featuring George V, had a face value of $10,000. It was issued by the Government of the Straits Settlements - a group of British territories located in South East Asia, established in 1826

4. This Benjamin Britten 50p coin is one of the red herrings in the quiz. This is Money was asked last year if it was worth a mint by one of our readers.

It had a mintage of 5.3million in 2013, not making it particular rare or sought after by collectors.

5. At a Bank of England charity auction last year, this Churchill polymer £5 note sold for £4,150.

The serial number, AA001 000017, was the lowest available for the public to bid on.

6. All 2p coins minted before 1982 should say 'new pence'. Those minted after this date should say 'two pence'.

But an error in 1983 means there are a small number of 2p coins from that year which say 'new pence'.

Royal Mint does not know how many exist but today they can fetch more than £1,500 — though only if it is dated 1983.

7. This 1890 Grand Watermelon $1,000 Treasury note from the US sold for $3.29million in 2014, making it world's most valuable banknote.

It exceeded all expectations when it sold at the auction.

8. The rarest 50p coin is the 1992-93 EC Single Market design. The coin illustrates a table with 12 stars representing the capital city of each member nation at the time.

There were just 109,000 made. Experts say their value is likely to increase further following Britain's decision to leave the EU.

9. In May, auction firm Spink auctioned a £5 note from 1971 with the serial number A01 000004 - meaning it was given to then-Chancellor Anthony Barber.

It sold for a whopping £16,800.

10. We pointed out last year (nearly a year ahead of most other publications) that old style £1 coins could become future collectors items.

Of these round pounds, the Edinburgh £1 coin is the rarest, with 935,000 minted, making them potentially worth more than face value when sold online.

11. Quiz red herring number two - this £2 coin is the one we probably receive the most amount of correspondence about.

The coin is not rare. It had a mintage of 5,720,000.

12. In 2006, this gold coin of Edward III dated from 1343-4 sold for a whopping £460,000.

The Edward III double florin, known as a double leopard and with a face value of six shillings, was circulated from December 1343 until July 1344.


This Burger Was Just Sold for $10,000 for Charity in Dubai - Recipes

We also explain the reason behind the price of some of the coins and banknotes at the bottom of the article, after the quiz. Good luck!

If you're unable to see the quiz in the This is Money or MailOnline app, or in Facebook Instant Articles please click on the following link to view it on our website instead.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE ANSWERS

1. Earlier in the month, this Jane Austen AA01 000010 sold for £7,200 at the Bank of England charity auction.

It was the lowest serial numbered new polymer tenner available to the public.

2. The coin was produced in 2009 with a run of 210,000 to mark the 250th anniversary of the Royal Botanic Gardens.

Most coins are minted with a circulation that run into the millions - but with such a small run on this 50p, it has bumped up the value.

3. Earlier in the month, we previewed a Spink auction of world banknotes - and they subsequently sold collectively for millions.

This note, featuring George V, had a face value of $10,000. It was issued by the Government of the Straits Settlements - a group of British territories located in South East Asia, established in 1826

4. This Benjamin Britten 50p coin is one of the red herrings in the quiz. This is Money was asked last year if it was worth a mint by one of our readers.

It had a mintage of 5.3million in 2013, not making it particular rare or sought after by collectors.

5. At a Bank of England charity auction last year, this Churchill polymer £5 note sold for £4,150.

The serial number, AA001 000017, was the lowest available for the public to bid on.

6. All 2p coins minted before 1982 should say 'new pence'. Those minted after this date should say 'two pence'.

But an error in 1983 means there are a small number of 2p coins from that year which say 'new pence'.

Royal Mint does not know how many exist but today they can fetch more than £1,500 — though only if it is dated 1983.

7. This 1890 Grand Watermelon $1,000 Treasury note from the US sold for $3.29million in 2014, making it world's most valuable banknote.

It exceeded all expectations when it sold at the auction.

8. The rarest 50p coin is the 1992-93 EC Single Market design. The coin illustrates a table with 12 stars representing the capital city of each member nation at the time.

There were just 109,000 made. Experts say their value is likely to increase further following Britain's decision to leave the EU.

9. In May, auction firm Spink auctioned a £5 note from 1971 with the serial number A01 000004 - meaning it was given to then-Chancellor Anthony Barber.

It sold for a whopping £16,800.

10. We pointed out last year (nearly a year ahead of most other publications) that old style £1 coins could become future collectors items.

Of these round pounds, the Edinburgh £1 coin is the rarest, with 935,000 minted, making them potentially worth more than face value when sold online.

11. Quiz red herring number two - this £2 coin is the one we probably receive the most amount of correspondence about.

The coin is not rare. It had a mintage of 5,720,000.

12. In 2006, this gold coin of Edward III dated from 1343-4 sold for a whopping £460,000.

The Edward III double florin, known as a double leopard and with a face value of six shillings, was circulated from December 1343 until July 1344.


This Burger Was Just Sold for $10,000 for Charity in Dubai - Recipes

We also explain the reason behind the price of some of the coins and banknotes at the bottom of the article, after the quiz. Good luck!

If you're unable to see the quiz in the This is Money or MailOnline app, or in Facebook Instant Articles please click on the following link to view it on our website instead.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE ANSWERS

1. Earlier in the month, this Jane Austen AA01 000010 sold for £7,200 at the Bank of England charity auction.

It was the lowest serial numbered new polymer tenner available to the public.

2. The coin was produced in 2009 with a run of 210,000 to mark the 250th anniversary of the Royal Botanic Gardens.

Most coins are minted with a circulation that run into the millions - but with such a small run on this 50p, it has bumped up the value.

3. Earlier in the month, we previewed a Spink auction of world banknotes - and they subsequently sold collectively for millions.

This note, featuring George V, had a face value of $10,000. It was issued by the Government of the Straits Settlements - a group of British territories located in South East Asia, established in 1826

4. This Benjamin Britten 50p coin is one of the red herrings in the quiz. This is Money was asked last year if it was worth a mint by one of our readers.

It had a mintage of 5.3million in 2013, not making it particular rare or sought after by collectors.

5. At a Bank of England charity auction last year, this Churchill polymer £5 note sold for £4,150.

The serial number, AA001 000017, was the lowest available for the public to bid on.

6. All 2p coins minted before 1982 should say 'new pence'. Those minted after this date should say 'two pence'.

But an error in 1983 means there are a small number of 2p coins from that year which say 'new pence'.

Royal Mint does not know how many exist but today they can fetch more than £1,500 — though only if it is dated 1983.

7. This 1890 Grand Watermelon $1,000 Treasury note from the US sold for $3.29million in 2014, making it world's most valuable banknote.

It exceeded all expectations when it sold at the auction.

8. The rarest 50p coin is the 1992-93 EC Single Market design. The coin illustrates a table with 12 stars representing the capital city of each member nation at the time.

There were just 109,000 made. Experts say their value is likely to increase further following Britain's decision to leave the EU.

9. In May, auction firm Spink auctioned a £5 note from 1971 with the serial number A01 000004 - meaning it was given to then-Chancellor Anthony Barber.

It sold for a whopping £16,800.

10. We pointed out last year (nearly a year ahead of most other publications) that old style £1 coins could become future collectors items.

Of these round pounds, the Edinburgh £1 coin is the rarest, with 935,000 minted, making them potentially worth more than face value when sold online.

11. Quiz red herring number two - this £2 coin is the one we probably receive the most amount of correspondence about.

The coin is not rare. It had a mintage of 5,720,000.

12. In 2006, this gold coin of Edward III dated from 1343-4 sold for a whopping £460,000.

The Edward III double florin, known as a double leopard and with a face value of six shillings, was circulated from December 1343 until July 1344.


This Burger Was Just Sold for $10,000 for Charity in Dubai - Recipes

We also explain the reason behind the price of some of the coins and banknotes at the bottom of the article, after the quiz. Good luck!

If you're unable to see the quiz in the This is Money or MailOnline app, or in Facebook Instant Articles please click on the following link to view it on our website instead.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE ANSWERS

1. Earlier in the month, this Jane Austen AA01 000010 sold for £7,200 at the Bank of England charity auction.

It was the lowest serial numbered new polymer tenner available to the public.

2. The coin was produced in 2009 with a run of 210,000 to mark the 250th anniversary of the Royal Botanic Gardens.

Most coins are minted with a circulation that run into the millions - but with such a small run on this 50p, it has bumped up the value.

3. Earlier in the month, we previewed a Spink auction of world banknotes - and they subsequently sold collectively for millions.

This note, featuring George V, had a face value of $10,000. It was issued by the Government of the Straits Settlements - a group of British territories located in South East Asia, established in 1826

4. This Benjamin Britten 50p coin is one of the red herrings in the quiz. This is Money was asked last year if it was worth a mint by one of our readers.

It had a mintage of 5.3million in 2013, not making it particular rare or sought after by collectors.

5. At a Bank of England charity auction last year, this Churchill polymer £5 note sold for £4,150.

The serial number, AA001 000017, was the lowest available for the public to bid on.

6. All 2p coins minted before 1982 should say 'new pence'. Those minted after this date should say 'two pence'.

But an error in 1983 means there are a small number of 2p coins from that year which say 'new pence'.

Royal Mint does not know how many exist but today they can fetch more than £1,500 — though only if it is dated 1983.

7. This 1890 Grand Watermelon $1,000 Treasury note from the US sold for $3.29million in 2014, making it world's most valuable banknote.

It exceeded all expectations when it sold at the auction.

8. The rarest 50p coin is the 1992-93 EC Single Market design. The coin illustrates a table with 12 stars representing the capital city of each member nation at the time.

There were just 109,000 made. Experts say their value is likely to increase further following Britain's decision to leave the EU.

9. In May, auction firm Spink auctioned a £5 note from 1971 with the serial number A01 000004 - meaning it was given to then-Chancellor Anthony Barber.

It sold for a whopping £16,800.

10. We pointed out last year (nearly a year ahead of most other publications) that old style £1 coins could become future collectors items.

Of these round pounds, the Edinburgh £1 coin is the rarest, with 935,000 minted, making them potentially worth more than face value when sold online.

11. Quiz red herring number two - this £2 coin is the one we probably receive the most amount of correspondence about.

The coin is not rare. It had a mintage of 5,720,000.

12. In 2006, this gold coin of Edward III dated from 1343-4 sold for a whopping £460,000.

The Edward III double florin, known as a double leopard and with a face value of six shillings, was circulated from December 1343 until July 1344.


This Burger Was Just Sold for $10,000 for Charity in Dubai - Recipes

We also explain the reason behind the price of some of the coins and banknotes at the bottom of the article, after the quiz. Good luck!

If you're unable to see the quiz in the This is Money or MailOnline app, or in Facebook Instant Articles please click on the following link to view it on our website instead.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE ANSWERS

1. Earlier in the month, this Jane Austen AA01 000010 sold for £7,200 at the Bank of England charity auction.

It was the lowest serial numbered new polymer tenner available to the public.

2. The coin was produced in 2009 with a run of 210,000 to mark the 250th anniversary of the Royal Botanic Gardens.

Most coins are minted with a circulation that run into the millions - but with such a small run on this 50p, it has bumped up the value.

3. Earlier in the month, we previewed a Spink auction of world banknotes - and they subsequently sold collectively for millions.

This note, featuring George V, had a face value of $10,000. It was issued by the Government of the Straits Settlements - a group of British territories located in South East Asia, established in 1826

4. This Benjamin Britten 50p coin is one of the red herrings in the quiz. This is Money was asked last year if it was worth a mint by one of our readers.

It had a mintage of 5.3million in 2013, not making it particular rare or sought after by collectors.

5. At a Bank of England charity auction last year, this Churchill polymer £5 note sold for £4,150.

The serial number, AA001 000017, was the lowest available for the public to bid on.

6. All 2p coins minted before 1982 should say 'new pence'. Those minted after this date should say 'two pence'.

But an error in 1983 means there are a small number of 2p coins from that year which say 'new pence'.

Royal Mint does not know how many exist but today they can fetch more than £1,500 — though only if it is dated 1983.

7. This 1890 Grand Watermelon $1,000 Treasury note from the US sold for $3.29million in 2014, making it world's most valuable banknote.

It exceeded all expectations when it sold at the auction.

8. The rarest 50p coin is the 1992-93 EC Single Market design. The coin illustrates a table with 12 stars representing the capital city of each member nation at the time.

There were just 109,000 made. Experts say their value is likely to increase further following Britain's decision to leave the EU.

9. In May, auction firm Spink auctioned a £5 note from 1971 with the serial number A01 000004 - meaning it was given to then-Chancellor Anthony Barber.

It sold for a whopping £16,800.

10. We pointed out last year (nearly a year ahead of most other publications) that old style £1 coins could become future collectors items.

Of these round pounds, the Edinburgh £1 coin is the rarest, with 935,000 minted, making them potentially worth more than face value when sold online.

11. Quiz red herring number two - this £2 coin is the one we probably receive the most amount of correspondence about.

The coin is not rare. It had a mintage of 5,720,000.

12. In 2006, this gold coin of Edward III dated from 1343-4 sold for a whopping £460,000.

The Edward III double florin, known as a double leopard and with a face value of six shillings, was circulated from December 1343 until July 1344.


This Burger Was Just Sold for $10,000 for Charity in Dubai - Recipes

We also explain the reason behind the price of some of the coins and banknotes at the bottom of the article, after the quiz. Good luck!

If you're unable to see the quiz in the This is Money or MailOnline app, or in Facebook Instant Articles please click on the following link to view it on our website instead.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE ANSWERS

1. Earlier in the month, this Jane Austen AA01 000010 sold for £7,200 at the Bank of England charity auction.

It was the lowest serial numbered new polymer tenner available to the public.

2. The coin was produced in 2009 with a run of 210,000 to mark the 250th anniversary of the Royal Botanic Gardens.

Most coins are minted with a circulation that run into the millions - but with such a small run on this 50p, it has bumped up the value.

3. Earlier in the month, we previewed a Spink auction of world banknotes - and they subsequently sold collectively for millions.

This note, featuring George V, had a face value of $10,000. It was issued by the Government of the Straits Settlements - a group of British territories located in South East Asia, established in 1826

4. This Benjamin Britten 50p coin is one of the red herrings in the quiz. This is Money was asked last year if it was worth a mint by one of our readers.

It had a mintage of 5.3million in 2013, not making it particular rare or sought after by collectors.

5. At a Bank of England charity auction last year, this Churchill polymer £5 note sold for £4,150.

The serial number, AA001 000017, was the lowest available for the public to bid on.

6. All 2p coins minted before 1982 should say 'new pence'. Those minted after this date should say 'two pence'.

But an error in 1983 means there are a small number of 2p coins from that year which say 'new pence'.

Royal Mint does not know how many exist but today they can fetch more than £1,500 — though only if it is dated 1983.

7. This 1890 Grand Watermelon $1,000 Treasury note from the US sold for $3.29million in 2014, making it world's most valuable banknote.

It exceeded all expectations when it sold at the auction.

8. The rarest 50p coin is the 1992-93 EC Single Market design. The coin illustrates a table with 12 stars representing the capital city of each member nation at the time.

There were just 109,000 made. Experts say their value is likely to increase further following Britain's decision to leave the EU.

9. In May, auction firm Spink auctioned a £5 note from 1971 with the serial number A01 000004 - meaning it was given to then-Chancellor Anthony Barber.

It sold for a whopping £16,800.

10. We pointed out last year (nearly a year ahead of most other publications) that old style £1 coins could become future collectors items.

Of these round pounds, the Edinburgh £1 coin is the rarest, with 935,000 minted, making them potentially worth more than face value when sold online.

11. Quiz red herring number two - this £2 coin is the one we probably receive the most amount of correspondence about.

The coin is not rare. It had a mintage of 5,720,000.

12. In 2006, this gold coin of Edward III dated from 1343-4 sold for a whopping £460,000.

The Edward III double florin, known as a double leopard and with a face value of six shillings, was circulated from December 1343 until July 1344.


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We also explain the reason behind the price of some of the coins and banknotes at the bottom of the article, after the quiz. Good luck!

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE ANSWERS

1. Earlier in the month, this Jane Austen AA01 000010 sold for £7,200 at the Bank of England charity auction.

It was the lowest serial numbered new polymer tenner available to the public.

2. The coin was produced in 2009 with a run of 210,000 to mark the 250th anniversary of the Royal Botanic Gardens.

Most coins are minted with a circulation that run into the millions - but with such a small run on this 50p, it has bumped up the value.

3. Earlier in the month, we previewed a Spink auction of world banknotes - and they subsequently sold collectively for millions.

This note, featuring George V, had a face value of $10,000. It was issued by the Government of the Straits Settlements - a group of British territories located in South East Asia, established in 1826

4. This Benjamin Britten 50p coin is one of the red herrings in the quiz. This is Money was asked last year if it was worth a mint by one of our readers.

It had a mintage of 5.3million in 2013, not making it particular rare or sought after by collectors.

5. At a Bank of England charity auction last year, this Churchill polymer £5 note sold for £4,150.

The serial number, AA001 000017, was the lowest available for the public to bid on.

6. All 2p coins minted before 1982 should say 'new pence'. Those minted after this date should say 'two pence'.

But an error in 1983 means there are a small number of 2p coins from that year which say 'new pence'.

Royal Mint does not know how many exist but today they can fetch more than £1,500 — though only if it is dated 1983.

7. This 1890 Grand Watermelon $1,000 Treasury note from the US sold for $3.29million in 2014, making it world's most valuable banknote.

It exceeded all expectations when it sold at the auction.

8. The rarest 50p coin is the 1992-93 EC Single Market design. The coin illustrates a table with 12 stars representing the capital city of each member nation at the time.

There were just 109,000 made. Experts say their value is likely to increase further following Britain's decision to leave the EU.

9. In May, auction firm Spink auctioned a £5 note from 1971 with the serial number A01 000004 - meaning it was given to then-Chancellor Anthony Barber.

It sold for a whopping £16,800.

10. We pointed out last year (nearly a year ahead of most other publications) that old style £1 coins could become future collectors items.

Of these round pounds, the Edinburgh £1 coin is the rarest, with 935,000 minted, making them potentially worth more than face value when sold online.

11. Quiz red herring number two - this £2 coin is the one we probably receive the most amount of correspondence about.

The coin is not rare. It had a mintage of 5,720,000.

12. In 2006, this gold coin of Edward III dated from 1343-4 sold for a whopping £460,000.

The Edward III double florin, known as a double leopard and with a face value of six shillings, was circulated from December 1343 until July 1344.


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Comments:

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  2. Egomas

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  3. Megami

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  4. Jethro

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