The program prepared for the Higgins Museum 2018 National Bank Note Seminar, set for July 26, will include talks on the 1873 to 1885 currency design era and national banks of Iowa.
Switzerland has won the coveted International Bank Note Society Bank Note of the Year Award for the second year in a row, this time with its new 10-franc note issued in 2017.
Venezuela to replace worthless currency with new coins and notes. Also in the news this week, legislation introduced that would link the U.S. dollar to gold.
The Federal Reserve System says that the organization’s operations in 2017 resulted in earnings of $80.7 billion, of which $80.6 billion was remitted to the U.S. Treasury.
New coins and paper money will start circulating in Venezuela on June 4, replacing the nation’s current currency, which is essentially worthless due to inflation.
The crown prince of Bhutan is a year old and a new bank note is celebrating his first birthday.
Building a library is a good investment for paper money collectors, and columnist Wendell Wolka will let you know where to start. In this issue we also provide an update on the progress against counterfeiters across the hobby.
Though just 64 lots were offered, the Anderson Collection of rare U.S. paper money realized $7.9 million, with more auctions ahead from Stack’s Bowers Galleries.
Series 1891 $5 Treasury note coming up for sale at Heritage’s May 1 auction has something special — an autograph.
Thailand’s new king, Rama X, authorizes bank notes with his portrait, to replace those of his late father.