The John E. Herzog Collection of United States Loan Certificates 1837–2000 will be sold by Stack’s Bowers Galleries at the ANA World’s Fair of Money Aug. 14.
The finest known third-party graded “Technicolor Note” is hitting the auction block at the Heritage Currency Auctions Signature Sale in Philadelphia.
The National Bank of Hungary announced that an upgraded 500-forint note became legal tender on July 4, although it will not circulate until Feb. 1, 2019.
The Solomon Islands is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a $40 commemorative bank note made of polymer and a glowing sea turtle.
The $2 Lucky Panda product, the newest addition to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing Lucky Money Collection, will go on sale at 8 AM on July 10.
Venezuela’s new series of bank notes, to be called bolívares soberanos, was not released into circulation on the scheduled date of June 4.
Azerbaijan has been experiencing rapid economic growth, leading its central bank to issue a new denomination — the 200-manat note.
Czech Republic’s newest bank note is a commemorative certificate with a special denomination.
Will the never shy Richard Branson the Mogul replace King Robert the Bruce on the Clydesdale Bank £20 note?
A Vancouver firm is promoting what it says is a new generation of bank note security devices — three-dimensional holograms.