More spirograph money. The Cedi was derived, says Wikipedia, from the "Akan word for Cowry shell." That may not narrow it down as much as you'd like, so I'll help: Akan is the language of Ghana and Ivory Coast, if you're Akan, that is - and the cowry shell is that big hard shiny thing you see in Mexican tourist stores. They were used as currency, until worthless money came along.

This bill was consumed by inflation and lousy economic management; eventually the government confiscated all the notes and issued new ones.