A Series 1935E $1 silver certificate star note is not your typical shipwreck treasure, but a note recovered from the safe of the passenger liner Andrea Doria shows that treasure can take many forms.
Large-denomination notes stopped circulating in the United States at the end of World War II. One economist believes they have a role to play today.
Sales of examples of the new Jane Austen £10 note with low and other special serial numbers by the Bank of England raised funds for several charities.
Switzerland’s new 10-franc note, which entered circulation on Oct. 18, focuses on Switzerland’s organizational talent, reflected through the key motif of “time.”
The Bank of Russia is issuing a 200-ruble note with design elements from occupied Crimea, a decision that has angered officials in Ukraine, where the notes are banned from use.
The Central Bank of Argentina released on Oct. 4 the third in its new series of bank notes with a native animals theme. The new 20-peso issue features a wild version of the llama.
You never know what you may find in a stack of old papers. Sometimes you get lucky, as did a dealer in Venezuela who found some rare 19th century notes.
The Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited will issue 5 million $100 commemorative bank notes to celebrate the 100th anniversary of its “service to Hong Kong,” with three options available.
Dix Noonan Webb’s 905-lot Sept. 25 paper money auction in London was dominated by the British Commonwealth material, where some lots far exceeded their estimates.
The first of two volumes of Paper Money Messages: A Pictorial Perspective, by Jeffrey J. Wing, explores the meaning of what is on paper money and how it reflects a nation’s values.