TULIP MANIA

In 1634, there was a craze for rare tulip bulbs in Holland. Prices rocketed and a particularly unusual bulb could cost the buyer a house, a coach and horses or a whole farm. It became a form of currency and tulip notes were even issued, bearing a promise to pay a stated sum of bulbs. This craze ended in April 1637.

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