What does a Konami Code have to do with the Bank of Canada’s 150th anniversary $10 commemorative bank note?
As it continues work on its multi-volume “Encyclopedia of Obsolete Paper Money,” Whitman Publishing has put out a call for volunteers.
A Series 1977A $1 Federal Reserve note from the Richmond bank printed on test paper from Natick Labs is also an error note, with the serial numbers and seals overprinted on the back rather than the face.
The presence of an astounding 30 California national gold bank notes is the largest offering of such notes in over 70 years.
The fourth commemorative bank note in Canada’s history, a polymer $10 note celebrating the 150th anniversary of Confederation, was revealed in a ceremony at the Bank of Canada in Ottawa on April 7.
CBS News Money Watch took paper currency mainstream on April 5 with a feature it called “Twenty things you didn’t know about dollar bills.”
A Series 1934 $10 silver certificate offered in Heritage Auctions’ April 29 Platinum Night U.S. Currency Auction bears two different serial numbers. What is more, the note is a star note.
The new €50 bank note, with a number of upgraded security features, started circulating on April 4. The note is the fourth member of the second, or “Europa,” series of paper currency issued for the 19 nations of the European Union.
The recent apparent epidemic of movie prop money being passed as the real thing prompted a number of questions about the reason for the existence of such money in the first place. It has nothing to do with anti-counterfeiting regulations.
Four rare Palestinian bank notes issued under the British Mandate in 1929 are highlights of the Dix Noonan Webb paper money auction being conducted by the firm in London on April 24.