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CPMX 2016 Dealer Highlights

Each Chicago Paper Money Expo brings out the best paper money collecting has to offer. Check out some bank note highlights that will appear at CPMX 2016 here:

Lyn Knight Currency Auctions – Booth# 13
Owner: Lyn Knight
Location: Overland Park, Kansas

As the official auctioneer for CPMX 2016, Lyn Knight will be hosting two spectacular paper money auctions – one for world notes and one for U.S. bank notes. Lots range from impressive U.S. error notes, National Bank Notes, large-size silver certificates, obsoletes, fractionals, colonial, confederate and many world offerings.

No. 1 1902 Date Back Blue Seal $10 from The First National Bank of Laurens, Iowa, M4795

No. 1 1902 Date Back Blue Seal $10 from The First National Bank of Laurens, Iowa, M4795

Lot 991: a T-41 confederate $100 note Nov. 24, 1862 series graded PCGS Unc-67 PPQ, estimate $1,750 to $3,250.

Lot 991: a T-41 confederate $100 note Nov. 24, 1862 series graded PCGS Unc-67 PPQ, estimate $1,750 to $3,250.

Top lot for the world notes auction? Lot 121, a specimen Cyprus one pound note, cancelled, featuring King George V's bust on it, graded AU-50. Estimate? $10,000 to $13,500

Top lot for the world notes auction? Lot 121, a specimen Cyprus one pound note, cancelled, featuring King George V’s bust on it, graded AU-50. Estimate? $10,000 to $13,500


S & P Collectibles – Booth # 201
Owner: Stephen Barber
Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado

There will be a nice selection of ungraded and graded World banknotes for sale.  There is a nice selection from Mexico, Asia, Europe and Africa. I will also have a selection of U.S. Obsolete currency, tickets and other documents for sale.

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A Gem Unc. 67 EPQ 1970 100 Baiza from the Sultanate of Muscat & Oman

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A Gem Unc. 67 EPQ 1970 Singapore Board of Commerce of Currency 5 dollar note


Florida Calls – Booth# 17
Owner: John Yasuk
Location: Miami, Florida

Florida Calls specializes in obsolete Florida Currency, State Notes during the Confederacy and Broken Bank Notes.  A featured item will be a rare $500.00, Florida Note from 1865.   We also carry a large selection of U.S. Large and Small Size type notes.

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Florida Calls highlight: a About Uncirculated 53 Net 1865 State of Florida 500 dollar note printed on paper once used for State of Florida two and three dollar notes.


Joe Sande – Booth# 200
Location:  Nichols, Florida

I will carry U S Federal Currency both large and small, PCGS & PMG graded large, small, fractional and nationals.  I will also have raw nationals, large and small as well as raw fractional. Presently the grade range for my inventory is VG to Gem 67.


The show also features many organizations in attendance, including:

Chicago Coin Club
Website: http://www.chicagocoinclub.org/

 

The objective of the club is to pursue numismatic knowledge through the study and research of coins, currency, medals, tokens, and other related items and the sharing of this information through monthly meetings, dialogue, and the publication of literature. The Chicago Coin Club was founded in 1919 and has continued uninterrupted for over 90 years.


PCDA (Professional Currency Dealers Association) – Booth# 704
Contact:  James A. Simek, Secretary
P.O. Box 7157
Westchester, IL  60154
(630) 889-8207

PCDA is a not-for-profit professional organization. Its members include over 100 of the world’s leading specialists in currency, stocks and bonds, fiscal documents, and related paper items. The goals of the organization are to promote, stimulate and advance the profession of dealing in all forms of currency and related paper items; to advance the study of paper money; and to promote honest, knowledgeable and ethical dealing between member dealers and the public. PCDA also sponsors several initiatives aimed at fostering educational goals.


IBNS (International Bank Note Society – Booth# 706
Website: http://www.theibns.org/joomla/index.php

The International Bank Note Society (IBNS) was founded in 1961. It operates as a non-profit educational organization and in furtherance of such purpose, its objectives are to promote, stimulate, and advance the study and knowledge of worldwide banknotes and paper currencies and all matters related thereto along educational, scientific and historical lines. Currently the IBNS has over 2,000 members in more than 90 countries.