Collectors of historic checks and autographs of famous people can combine their love of both collecting fields with a single collectible. An upcoming online sale by RR Auctions is offering checks signed by three of The Beatles, Ty Cobb, and Charles Dickens, among others.
Artist looks at fantasy bridges on euro notes and decides to make them real. They’re now standing in a roll in a suburb of Rotterdam.
The U.S. Secret Service foiled four counterfeiting schemes since April according to press releases sent out by the agency. The incidents varied in both sophistication and complexity.
Among large-size high-denomination Federal Reserve notes, with all $5,000 and $10,000 notes in government collections, the $1,000 note is the highest note that is collectible.
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing and United States Mint will share booth #478 at the American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money, Aug. 1 to 5 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. The BEP will be offering several new productions at the show.
One form of paper money error is not always noticeable at first glance. In fact, you have to look at two of a note’s individual elements to detect that something is wrong — that the note has mismatched serial numbers.
A new 10-cent note was just issued in Canada to celebration the 150th anniversary of the nation’s Confederation, but it was not issued by the Bank of Canada.
Gold certificates will be among the highlights of Heritage’s paper money auction at the ANA World’s Fair of Money in Denver the first week of August.
Robert Deodaat Emile Oxenaar was not only a master designer of paper money, he had a whimsical sense of humor that led him to hide surprise features in some of his creations.
Two views of the White House appear on the second of three 2017 intaglio prints offered by the BEP to honor the three branches of the federal government under the United States Constitution.