According to a Coin World article dated 15 March 2019, “The firm F + W media, a major periodical and book publisher whose titles include Numismatic News, Bank Note Reporter, and the seminal references Standard Catalog of World Coins and Standard Catalog of World Paper Money, has filed for Chapter
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Dr. Robert Schwartz (201) 944-4800 firstname.lastname@example.org U.S., CHINESE & WORLDWIDE BANKNOTES, SCRIPOPHILY, AUTOGRAPHS AND SECURITY PRINTING EPHEMERA WILL BE OFFERED AT ARCHIVES INTERNATIONAL AUCTIONS 50TH MILESTONE AUCTION ON DECEMBER 3 & 4, 2018 The auction will be held by Archives International Auctions, in NYC and their
Members of the International Bank Note Society (IBNS) have until 25 March 2018 to vote for the Banknote of 2017 award.
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According to a press release, Christoph Gärtner auction 35 contains more than 3,000 banknote lots from all over the world, and all are now online on Sixbid.Among them many rarities from Europe with rarely seen specimen banknotes including a comprehensive collection of Bulgaria will be offered. “A special focus on
Check out this interesting DesignWeek article on “How to design beautiful banknotes.”
On 29 January 2016, MPO, the Dutch affiliate of Heritage Auctions in Dallas, Texas, will auction the Frank van Tiel collection of Dutch and world banknotes. Frank has been a long-time contributor to The Banknote Book, and this auction features many better notes, both old and modern. Check it out,
I am saddened to report the death of Albert Pick, 93, on 21 November 2015 in a nursing home in Germany. Mr. Pick was the author of the original Standard Catalog of World Paper Money (SCWPM) in 1975, and is responsible for creating the eponymous numbering system still in use
In the 3 October 2015 edition of The Economist, there’s an interesting article “Money for everything” which asserts that “Despite many usurpers, cash is still king.” Good news for banknote collectors! Courtesy of Mark Irwin.