FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, June 17, 2020CONTACT: Deborah MuehleisenE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ANA Board of Governors to Consider Alternate Options The American Numismatic Association (ANA) announced today the suspension of the 2020 World’s Fair of Money®. The show, originally scheduled for August 4-8 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is the largest annual coin and paper-currency event
The London branch of the IBNS has decided to postpone its annual World Paper Money Fair until 1 October 2021. If you have paid a deposit, they will refund you in full (please contact Gareth Thomas at email@example.com), otherwise they will transfer it to 2021 in order to hold a table for the 50th fair in
According to a United States Department of State press statement dated 29 May 2020, “The United States commends the Government of the Republic of Malta’s announcement May 26 of its seizure of $1.1 billion of counterfeit Libyan currency printed by Joint Stock Company Goznak—a Russian state-owned company—and ordered by an
According to a press release dated 5 May 2020, the Central Bank of Liberia has awarded a contract to Crane Currency to supply new banknotes. Crane previously printed the current family of notes (B311 – B316) without imprint. Courtesy of Ivan Bogdanov (bonistics.org).
According to Jos F. M. Eijsermans, the spring PaperMoneyFair scheduled for 4-5 April 2020 in Valkenburg has been cancelled due to concerns regarding the global coronavirus pandemic.
New banknotes have been recognised for their outstanding design and security technical excellence with international awards. The awards formed part of the High Security Printing EMEA Conference, which was organised by Reconnaissance International and held recently in Lisbon, Portugal. These recognise the highest levels of achievement in three categories: Best
According to an article in Bloomberg News, Venezuela has contracted with Russian security printer Goznak to produce 300 million new notes denominated from 10,000 to 50,000 bolívars, at a cost of 6.8 million euros.
OPTICAL DOCUMENT SECURITY CONFERENCE SHOWS INNOVATION IN PROTECTION OF ESTABLISHED DOCUMENTS New ways to identify fake security devices on banknotes, passports and other secured documents will be at the heart of the Optical Document Security conference for central banks, ID issuers and authorities, banknote and ID printers / integrators and