As 2017 reaches its end, palladium makes gains in the precious metals market, and beautiful coins from Legend Rare Coin Auctions drew some hefty bidding.
When the only company that makes the paper-polymer substrate the Swiss National Bank's notes are printed on announced it had lost an order that accounted for 16 percent of its work for 2017 and 30 percent for 2018, the bank bought the company.
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is commemorating the service of American veterans in World War I during the centennial of the war’s end with several numismatic collectibles.
Malaysia’s central bank, Bank Negara Malaysia, is issuing two commemorative bank notes for the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Federation of Malaya Independence Agreement. One of them is a really big deal.
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is getting a jump on the new year with a few new products.
There are certain collections, that when sold, define a generation. Joel R. Anderson’s collection of United States large-size notes is one of them.
A new generation of “supernotes” may have appeared on the international counterfeit market. The suspected counterfeit Series 2006 $100 notes differ from earlier examples, which were from Series 2001 or 2003.
Carnegie Mellon University professor of economics Marvin Goodfriend, nominated by President Trump to a 14-year term on the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, believes that abolishing or reducing the status of paper currency would make it easier for the Fed to lower interest rates to less than zero.
A huge collection of 400 error notes had its own catalog and auction session in Lyn Knight’s Dec. 5 Emerald Coast Collection auction in Lenexa, Kansas.
Colombian paper money from Stack’s Bowers Galleries’ Eldorado Collection of Colombian Coins and Paper Money will be offered at auction in New York on Jan. 11. The sale offers 605 lots. Especially interesting for American collectors is a group from the “Golden Age” of Colombian paper money, produced by New York’s Homer Lee and American Bank Note companies.