The BEP has printed millions of Series 2013 $100 Federal Reserve notes, so where are they? Have you seen any in circulation.
The world paper money auction by Lyn Knight at the Kansas City International Paper Money Show on June 8 had 876 lots that literally went from A to Z.
The National Bank of Georgia will issue an upgraded 5-lari note on Sept. 1. The face features a large and updated portrait of the great Georgian scientist Ivane Javakhishvili.
Also this week, the Commission of Fine Arts had some recommendations to make on future coin and gold medal designs.
Apparently there is no longer enough profit in counterfeiting regular $100 bills. After all why settle for passing a fake at only face value, when if it is an error note you can get substantially more?
Error notes were a focus for Lyn Knight’s auction at the International Paper Money Show in Kansas City, Mo., including a double-denomination national bank note.
Call it unconventional. Or maybe even a little bit nuts. Whatever you call it, “The Cod are Coming — Cod Kroner Now” is the title of the music video the Bank of Norway is using to introduce the new 200-kroner note.
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing’s newest offering, the 2017 $2 Triple Deuce Currency set, features one Series 2013 and two Series 2009 $2 notes with matching serial numbers beginning with 2017.
Did a former automaker in Indiana once issue scrip? Plus some alternative collecting methods: Inside Coin World
Coin World's last weekly issue of the month examines a famous name associated with scrip notes and autos — or is it? We also find an interesting twist on the VAM-1i 1878-S Morgan dollar.
The International Association of Currency Affairs, a trade group, has named Switzerland’s 50-franc note its winner in the Best New Banknote/Series category.