Gyamtsho writes: I just happen to find amongst some of the old stuff my parent used to own. I was wondering, if you can figure out or consult anybody who has knowledge about it. Also, I frankly like to mention that we lack people with expertise to determine the period of such currency. I am attaching the currency so you may have a look. Thank you, Gyamtsho.
You have a (1941-48) Tibet, 25 Srang (7.5 Srang=50 tam (Tangka). Orange and Yellow underprinting, 2 lions at center. The back is orange and blue with people, buildings, elephant and rider.
The note is torn and very worn and grades About Good (AG). Collector value, less than US $5. High grade examples bring $25+.