Strange title eh? Here is some context.
I'm an American living and working in Malawi, in Southern Africa. This is Ophelia, my 1995 Defender Tdi. We've been to lots of places. You can read about our travels here: Broke With Hats | Cape Town to Zanzibar (and back) in a Land Rover named Opheilia
Here in Malawi, our currency is very rad (albeit not very strong). Why you ask? Well, on the 50 Kwacha Note, there is a Defender on the Reverse.
This is currently legal tender currency is Malawi. The only currency in the world with your truck on it
Now, I'm flying back to the USA next month and, if there is interest, I will ship you an uncirculated Malawian 50 Kwacha note in a padded envelope via USPS. Flights are expensive. So is American college debt.
To acquire these uncirculated bills I have to:
Drive Ophelia in African City traffic to a bank.
Wait in a Malawian Bank Queue......................for a while
Drive Ophelia in African City traffic home
Fly to America
Drive a less interesting car to my local New Hampshire post office
For my time I'd ask for $15 USD shipped anywhere in the USA. You'd get X5 Uncirculated Malawian 50 Kwacha Notes actually from Malawi.
Red90 correctly pointed out that you can get these notes cheaper on Ebay shipped from China (I didn't know)
So....My pitch for value addition: For $30
you get X5 50 Kwacha Notes PLUS a small package of Malawian Black Tea (for an Extra British experience) for bit more (maybe $40) I can get you 1/2lb of some proper single-origin Malawian coffee.
Malawi is very famous for it's tea and coffee. What you'll get is grown just a few hours from me in the southern highlands.
Plus you get the provenance of these notes authentically coming from Malawi, transported in a Defender.... Not from China