I have numerous old notes gifted by dad which constitute dollars as well as UAE and baht as well. Please assist with valuation as coins are as old as 1960 and notes 1980 to 2006 of numerous denominations.

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closed as off-topic by David Richerby, Traveller, Tor-Einar Jarnbjo, Giorgio, Ali Awan Feb 10 at 16:25

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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's about the validity of old bank notes and has no travel aspect. – David Richerby Feb 10 at 12:40
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    Unless you happen to have a bill of a very rare edition, 'only' 50 years old bank notes are rarely worth much more than their face value, if not even less. In some countries, old bank notes are devalued after a certain period when replaced with newer series and after that, may not even be worth their face value. – Tor-Einar Jarnbjo Feb 10 at 13:18
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