An 1860 $50 obsolete note issued by the Monticello Bank will be offered Oct. 30 by Stack’s Bowers Galleries during its Winter 2014 Baltimore Auction.
A Series 1957A $1 silver certificate flown on the first U.S. manned orbital flight on Feb. 20, 1962 will be offered by Heritage Auctions Nov. 12.
Serial numbers are in two places on all Federal Reserve notes, and on a note, the same eight-digit sequence should appear in both places.
Italian police arrest a man and seize 17 million counterfeit 50-euro notes from vehicle.
The Denmark National Bank will stop printing banknotes and minting coins in 2016 and outsource their production.
A Series 1928 $1 Legal Tender (United States) note will be among the lots of U.S. and world paper money offered by Doyle New York Oct. 27.
A collector can design their collection of small-size national bank notes any way they want to — even alphabetically.
The conventional wisdom of the national bank note market is contrary to other areas of collecting.
A proof of a $10 note for the Salem Bank (Massachusetts), featuring an extremely rare vignette, will be offered by Stack’s Bowers Galleries Oct. 30.
Chris Hackett, Popular Science's "intrepid DIY columnist," tackles coins in "Behold! Copper Coins I Minted For Postapocalyptic Currency."