Saridian credit vouchers are a formalized paper currency that represent precious metals, gems and other valuables kept in the government treasuries. Each credit voucher is printed by the government on printing presses and represents a specific amount of value. The basic unit of worth is called the verat. So, a saridian credit voucher may be worth 1 verat, 10 verats, 100 verats or 1000 verats.
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