A Series 1929 $20 national bank note issued by the First National Bank of Weeping Water (Nebraska) sold for $900 by Lyn Knight Currency Auctions Sept. 17 to 19.
An 1849 lithograph of San Francisco harbor sold for $2,500 during the Sept. 13 to 14 public auction by Holabird’s Western Americana Collections in Reno, Nev.
Large-size national bank notes bear a wide variety of designs, many telling the story of America from its earliest days.
Sept. 22 is the first day of sale for the fifth and final intaglio print in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing’s 2014 series.
Is it possible that a Federal Reserve note can be called “rare” when 1.4 billion of them have been printed?
Symbols of death help articulate some of the less tangible qualities of life: Collecting the Macabre
Artists have long used symbols of death to help articulate some of the less tangible qualities of life.
Ancient tombs and even a skeleton lend a spooky touch to world, U.S. paper money: Collecting the Macabre
Collectors of paper money don’t have to be spooked when they collect notes with designs depicting final resting places.
Large-size silver certificates are often touted as the “golden age” of engraved designs.
A new reference work focused entirely on large-size U.S. type notes offers collectors a deeper look at a popular collectible.
Bank notes, coins and notgeld are among the lots offered by Swiss International Coin Auction AG (Sincona) on Oct. 17 in Zurich, Switzerland.