Rare Apples and Banknotes

I have two allotments, one is an orchard that was planted in 1945, at the end of WW2. I inherited it when in a state of dereliction and neglect but after years of careful pruning, manuring and TLC, it produces a bumpter harvest most years. Some apples such as Ellison Orange and Crispin, never appear in the Supermarkets. The flavour of the apple juice is distinctive and toothsome. I make gallons for the family and neighbours. A rare banknote is no less appealing as it ensures the collection is of quality. The taste of a good apple stirs the heart. A rare banknote stirs the soul of collector!!