Subscribers to The Banknote Book are well aware of the tremendous value provided by its detailed information, color images, and accurate pricing. After a decade since its inception, I’m proud to announce the next evolution of the leading world paper money resource.
The Banknote Book has been acquired by CDN Publishing, long-time publisher of the Greysheet and the Greensheet, the definitive pricing newsletters for United States coins and currency, respectively.
The Banknote Book extends CDN’s library of numismatic references to cover international currency. The Banknote Book customers will benefit from CDN’s extensive market knowledge, pricing acumen, and technological prowess. Over time, the pricing in the entire catalog will be revised, with even more accurate valuations of all note varieties in additional grades, including specimens, trials, and replacements. Furthermore, all the information in The Banknote Book will be transferred into an online database, opening up exciting possibilities for the future.
I will continue to oversee the editorial content of The Banknote Book, focusing my efforts on completing the few remaining country chapters not yet published. New issues will still be added to existing chapters and posted on BanknoteNews.com.
Beginning July 1, 2021, The Banknote Book will no longer be accessible on ContentShelf. As such, we recommend you download the latest revision of your chapter purchases before that date. At present CDN does not intend to offer individual chapters for sale, but will continue to sell subscriptions to The Banknote Book on www.greysheet.com. If you have any questions about the transition, CDN’s dedicated customer service team will be happy to assist.
I want to personally thank everyone who has helped make The Banknote Book the best international currency catalog available over the past decade. I am very excited by what CDN has in store to improve The Banknote Book. The best is yet to come!
Owen W. Linzmayer, Editor
The Banknote Book
Office: (757) 656-1055