Coin World's series on small-size notes concludes with a look at a recent redesign and what's planned for near future
Cleaning with this method could keep your notes from becoming the "ratty, old ones that vending machines hate"
'King of errors' sold during the Currency Platinum Night auction at the World's Fair of Money
Intricately engraved background and a portrait of King Christian X are featured on the note's face
Have you ever thought about having a "what's in your wallet/purse?" party?
United States Mint seeking public input on proposed regulations governing redemption of uncurrent and mutilated coins
Feedback accepted until Sept. 15
Interview with the artist: British Chinese artist Wuon-Gean Ho discusses her Lunar coins from the Royal Mint
Second design in series, for Year of the Sheep, unveiled Aug. 19
When large got small: U.S. officials respond to paper money counterfeiting with wave of design changes in 1990s, 2000s
Overhaul began with modest changes to $100 Federal Reserve Note in 1991
$1 Federal Reserve notes can be a great starting point, but those with deep pockets can move to higher denominations
When large got small: Secret Service, agency that investigates counterfeiting, born out of 1860s Union Intelligence Serv....
Counterfeiting U.S. cash became easier with the standardization of small-size notes