The results from Stack’s Bowers Galleries’ biannual Hong Kong auction, conducted April 2 to 5, reinforced the popularity of Asian paper money with a series of standard-setting prices.
Giesecke+Devrient Currency Technology GmbH of Munich has introduced a currency app for central banks that allows an interactive experience with notes' security features.
Hans Walter, the sole remaining survivor of Operation Bernhard, the Nazi counterfeiting operation at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp, died April 20 in Mansfield, Ohio. He was 96.
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing could get a new headquarters and primary printing facility if Congress approves.
The Central Bank of Macedonia is switching from paper to polymer, and will release the first notes in a new series starting May 15.
The 2018 International Paper Money Show, held in Kansas City, will feature a bourse, educational forums, and an auction that includes a specialized collection of $2 notes.
Uncertainty remains over the future of a redesigned $20 note depicting Harriet Tubman. Also this week, the 20-coin 2018 Uncirculated Coin set goes on sale soon.
Two years ago, in both Canada and the United States, new paper money themes were announced for future releases. The pace of change in the two countries is strikingly different.
The birthplace of the founder of communism celebrates Karl Marx’s 200th birthday with local note that has no face value.
It now has been two years since Jack Lew announced the Tubman note, but its future is uncertain and even if approved, may not circulate until 2026.