The plan to place the image of a woman on United States paper currency has attracted both domestic and international attention.
The change has been the subject of vigorous debate since the note was issued by Syria’s Central Bank, an institution under the control of the Assad regime.
No sooner had everyone’s bags been unpacked from this year’s International Paper Money Show in Memphis, Tenn., than the dates for 2016 were announced.
Within a span of three days in July, two more nations announced new bank notes making identification easier for the visually impaired.
The most eagerly anticipated of the 671 lots offered at the floor session of the Stack’s Bowers Galleries Baltimore auction shattered records.
The second edition of Frank Goon's book about bank notes of Malaysia, Singapore and other countries in Asia will be launched Aug. 15.
Victor Dubreuil’s works appear on the market with some frequency, although his limited output means collectors may have to wait before one crosses the block.
An unscientific poll confirmed that the 2015 International Paper Money Show in Memphis, Tenn., was busier and better than prior years.
Victor Dubreuil's paper money paintings got Secret Service's attention as they bordered on counterfeiting
Because artist Victor Dubreuil did not have access to large denomination bills, much of the bills used in his paintings are small-denomination notes.
Each year the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) accepts invitations to participate at numismatic events.