Seyboldish Florin

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Seyboldish Florin
In circulation since In semi-circulation since 6 January 2019
Code SYF
Denominations
Banknotes Vouchers of 1, 5 10, 20, 50, and 100

The Seyboldish Florin is the currency of the Democratic Republic of Seybold since 8 September 2018. It has not any sort of sub-unit, and it is based entirely on banknotes. The Seyboldish Florin is worth 0.23 USD (As of 6 January 2019).

History

The Seyboldish Florin was created and adopted as national currency on 8 September, 2018.

Designs released

On 22 September 2018, the designs of the Seyboldish Florin were released. They are down below.

Florins Printed

On 3 January 2019, the Seybold Department of Printing and Engraving officially printed some of the department's budgets in Seyboldish Florin. It was only some because of the colour printer that was used to print the Seyboldish Florin]]s was insanely slow. The budgets for each department in 2019 had to be drastically altered for two reasons, the first being that the Seybold Department of Printing and Engraving went over the things that each department takes care of and found the costs of those and the second one being that the Seybold Department of Printing and Engraving would have to print for close to one month to be able to reach each amount correctly. The adjusted budgets for each department were quote, "Seybold Department of Immigration = 7,000, Seybold Department of The Census = 9,000, Seybold Department of Construction = 4,000, Seybold Department of Art and Culture = 1,500, Seybold Department of Foreign Relations = 3,000, Seybold Department of Commerce = 6,000, Seybold Department of Tourism = 7,000, Seybold Department of Elections = 8,000, Seybold Department of Printing and Engraving = 5,000, and the Seybold Department of Housing and Addressing = 4,000," according to the Seybold Department of Printing and Engraving. The only five departments that had their budgets printed were the Seybold Department of The Census, the Seybold Department of Immigration, the Seybold Department of Construction, the Seybold Department of Art and Culture, and the Seybold Department of Foreign Relations. In response to these budgets, Head of the Seybold Department of Construction Iyan Seeker commented "cool" and the Head of the Seybold Department of Art and Culture Mei-Lin Off commented unprofessionally, "yes, let's get this bread", which is irrelevant to the conversation. President Cooper Norfolk is very happy about this currency being printed and is looking forward to being able to print more. All needed Seyboldish Florins should be printed by either 5 or 6 January 2019, according to the Seybold Department of Printing and Engraving. All budgets were brought to the National Bank of Seybold where it was til each department head claimed the money. On 3 January 2019, the Seybold Department of Printing and Engraving officially printed the rest of the department’s budgets and the adjusted presidential salary in Seyboldish Florins. It was only some because of the colour printer that was used to print the Seyboldish Florins was insanely slow. The Presidential adjusted due to the fact that the Seybold Department of Printing and Engraving did not have enough paper in the used printer to be able to print 540,000 Seyboldish Florins. The adjusted price is now 8,000 Seyboldish Florins, which is the highest paying job in the Democratic Republic of Seybold currently. This means that President Cooper Norfolk is paid roughly 667 Seyboldish Florins per month. The five departments that had their budgets printed were the Seybold Department of Commerce, the Seybold Department of Tourism, the Seybold Department of Elections, the Seybold Department of Printing and Engraving, and the Seybold Department of Housing and Addressing. All needed Seyboldish Florins was going to be printed by either 6 or 7 January 2019, according to the Seybold Department of Printing and Engraving. All budgets and the Presidential salary were brought to the National Bank of Seybold where it was kept until each department head claimed the money, or in the case of the Presidential Salary until the Seybold Department of Printing and Engraving claimed the money and gives it to the President. On 5 January 2019, the Seybold Department of Printing and Engraving officially printed the rest of the needed money in the Democratic Republic of Seybold and officially pegged the Seyboldish Florin to the USD. The positions that had their salary printed today were the Vice Presidential office and each department head that is not President Cooper Norfolk, which was two. Also on that day, the extra 1,000 Seyboldish Florins that each citizen of the Democratic Republic of Seybold will receive to be able to pay for needed things before the first payment of each citizen, which will occur on 1 February 2019, and ten bills of each type of Seyboldish Florin, which means that there were valued 10 one Seyboldish Florins, valued 50 5 Seyboldish Florins, valued 100 10 Seyboldish Florins, valued 200 20 Seyboldish Florins, and valued 500 50 Florins. These bills will be brought to the National Bank of Seybold to exchange for larger but equally valued money. President Cooper Norfolk was very proud that the Seyboldish Currency is in circulation. All of the Seyboldish Florins were be brought to the National Bank of Seybold.

Banknotes

Image Value
Color Description Date of Issuance

Obverse

Reverse Obverse Reverse
SF1 Front.jpeg SF1 Back.jpeg F1 Light blue An engraving of President Cooper Norfolk. Currency Symbol 22 September 2018
SF5 Front.jpeg SF5 Back.jpeg F5 Red An engraving of CNN Journalist Anthony Bourdain. Currency Symbol 22 September 2018
SF10 Front.jpeg SF10 Back.jpeg F10 Orange An engraving of Seminole Chief Coeehajo. Currency Symbol 22 September 2018
SF20 Front.jpeg SF20 Back.jpeg F20 Light Yellow An engraving of U.S. Senator John McCain Currency Symbol 22 September 2018
SF50 Front.jpeg SF50 Back.jpeg F50 Grey An engraving of 18th Century Philosopher Paul Heinrich Dietrich. Currency Symbol 22 September 2018
SF100 Front.jpeg SF100 Back.jpeg F100 Pink An engraving of Florida Politician Dianne Hart. Currency Symbol 22 September 2018