The first uncut sheets of Series 2017 $1 Federal Reserve notes will go on sale at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing at 8 a.m. on Jan. 30.
Botswana is issuing an upgraded version of its 10-pula note, with a polymer substrate that is said to be more durable than the paper substrate being replaced.
"Designing, Engraving, and Printing Bank Notes" will be Mark Tomasko’s topic in the Feb. 3 installment of “Money Talks: Numismatic Conversations,” an ANS interactive lecture series.
Will a new $20 note depicting abolitionist Harriet Tubman ever be issued as ordered in the Obama administration? So far, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has not given questioners a definite "Yes" or "No" answer.
Paper money of Canada, Colombia and British Honduras attracted the most attention and highest bids during the Stack’s Bowers Galleries world paper money auction at the January NYINC.
The Jan. 4 floor session auction of world notes by Heritage Auctions resulted in sales of $1,348,808, including the 20 percent buyer’s fee, for 475 lots. As expected, a set of extremely rare Australian World War I occupation notes for German New Guinea dominated the prices realized at $168,000.
A previously unrecorded Friedberg 1218e Series 1882 $1,000 gold certificate sold for $600,000 including the 20 percent buyer’s fee, at the Jan. 5 Heritage currency auction at the FUN convention in Tampa.
De Nederlandse Bank, the central bank of the Netherlands, created a Christmas present for its employees and associates in 2017 that cost it a lot, but that its recipients could only look at and not use for much else.
Privately issued Star Wars notes with ‘The Last Jedi’ theme depicting characters from the movie were sold at auction to raise funds for a British charity.
Acid has long been used to bring up nearly invisible detail on extremely worn coins, but on a coin die for an 1879-S Morgan dollar? John Roberts shows the results and explains why.