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IOLA, Wis. (June 21, 2012) — Krause Publications, a leading producer of books, magazines, online products and events, is currently offering a variety of its Paper Money products in e-book form. In just one month over the 2011 holiday season, … Continue reading
IOLA, Wis. (June 4, 2012) — Krause Publications has announced 2013 dates for its Chicago numismatic events, the Chicago International Coin Fair and Chicago Paper Money Expo. The 38th annual Chicago International Coin Fair will be held April 18-21, 2013, … Continue reading
If you’re lucky enough to have a great job, you’re probably surrounded by great people. The two go hand in hand. Any numismatist out there would most likely agree that I have one of the greatest jobs around. Day in … Continue reading
An 1864 $10 Compound Interest Bearing Note, Fr. 190b, brought a hammer price of $45,000 in Lyn Knight Currency Auctions’ CPMX 2012 sale in Rosemont, Ill. The sale was held from March 8-10 at the Crowne Plaza O’Hare in conjunction with the 18th Annual Chicago Paper Money Expo. Continue reading
Enjoying what he says was his best quarter of business in the past 30 years, and hoping this trend will continue, dealer Frederick J. Bart of Executive Currency, Roseville, Mich., was upbeat about the 18th Annual Chicago Paper Money Expo March 8-11 in Rosemont. Continue reading
A Lyn Knight paper money auction will headline the 18th annual Chicago Paper Money Expo slated for March 8-11 at the Crowne Plaza O’Hare in the Chicago suburb of Rosemont, Ill. Continue reading
When coin collectors think of small-size dollars, they probably think of the Anthony dollar or the Sacagawea coin that followed it. That’s logical, but in this case, not the topic. When the first small-size $1 dollar notes appeared in circulation in 1929, they were called small because they were indeed smaller than the notes used up until then. Continue reading
Employing the slogan, “If you want to talk paper money, you have to come to Memphis,” the 35th International Paper Money Show held June 9-12 at the Memphis Cook Convention Center proved to be a delight for everyone from the hard-core collector to the novice, with plenty of shades in between. Continue reading