The Stack’s Bowers Galleries Official Auction of the August 2014 ANA World’s Fair of Money is just around the corner and the currency staff at Stack’s Bowers Galleries have been hard at work putting together a wonderful auction... read more »
The first sheets for the series. Serial numbers 1-4, $1, $2, $5 PMG About Uncirculated 55
America’s Most Famous and Most Ornate Designs
Ex Harry W. Bass, Jr.
IRVINE, Calif. — Stack’s Bowers Galleries will showcase the “Educational... read more »
Lyn Knight, Lyn Knight Currency Auctions
Interviewer: David Lisot, CoinWeek.com …….
Lyn Knight specializes in holding regular paper money auctions featuring both world and United States bank notes. He talks about the market as evidenced... read more »
For the third straight year, Stack’s Bowers Galleries paper currency sessions at the Official Auction of the ANA World’s Fair of Money drew rave reviews from collectors and dealers who bid with enthusiasm and often paid record prices for... read more »
In the fall of 2012, I received an e-mail from a man (John Doe, if you will) who said he had military notes from his grandfather’s estate. I started exchanging correspondence and decided it would be worthwhile to see John. It proved to be... read more »
The war of 1812 was a defining point in Canadian history, bring Upper Canada together in unity and pride as part of the British Empire. Owning a part of this historical event is often a dream for Canadian and history buffs along with paper money... read more »
Bob Merrill, Auctioneer, Heritage Auctions………
Another classic bank note rarity has broken the million dollar mark at public auction.
The 1863 gold note series circulated during the Civil War and have been enormously popular... read more »
Michael Sadler, Auctioneer, Heritage Auctions
In a room full of the most serious collectors and dealers in United States paper money a record price of $2,585,000 was paid for an 1891 $1000 Treasury Note.
This is one of only two known for the... read more »
Michael Sadler, Auctioneer, Heritage Auctions, Peter Treglia, Currency Director, Spectrum Numismatics
Another auction record was set with the million dollar sale of one of the most celebrated bank notes in the United States.
The “Grand... read more »
An uncut single sheet, also called a “half sheet,” of American Revolutionary War-era Rhode Island currency dated 1780, and a Frank Lloyd Wright leaded glass window are among items that will be auctioned on Tuesday, May 21 from 3-11pm by... read more »
The unique 1891 $1,000 Treasury note is now the most valuable US banknote
The only known example of the 1891 $1,000 Treasury note in private hands has set a new world record for a US banknote at auction, leading Heritage Auctions‘ April... read more »
Heritage Auctions’ second CSNS Currency Platinum Night
A Fr. 379c Series 1891 $1000 Treasury Note and a Fr. 1166c Series 1863 $100 Gold Certificate – the only notes of their kind in private hands known to exist – are in contention to take... read more »
Douglas Nyholm, Consignment Director, Holabird-Kagin.
Interviewer: David Lisot
One of the largest and most complete collections of Mormon paper money and memorabilia will be sold at auction by Holabird-Kagin Americana.
Morman specialist Douglas... read more »
A $10 1882 Value Back from the First National Bank of Smithton, Pa., charter E5311, Fr. 577, sporting an inverted $20 back is one of the prized highlights of Lyn Knight Currency Auctions‘ 2013 CPMX Auction, March 7-9, at the Crowne Plaza... read more »
A century after the issue of the Commonwealth of Australia’s first banknotes, history will be made when the only privately owned complete set of Collins/Allen Cancelled Specimen banknotes from the original series is presented for sale for... read more »
The Greensboro Collection leads strong currency event; Part of $72+ million numismatic auction week including World Coins in New York and U.S. Coins at FUN
DALLAS – A Fr. 185l $500 1880 Legal Tender PMG Choice Very Fine 35 realized $441,250... read more »
Heritage’s official auctions of the October 2012 National Money ShowSM in Dallas are complete, with overall prices realized exceeding $28.5 million. The US Coin Signature Auction on October 18-21 featured numerous outstanding rarities... read more »
Rare note, one of two known, descended in the family of Teddy Roosevelt’s VP, Charles Fairbanks, for who the city of Fairbanks, AK is named; Fr. 2221-K $5000 1934 Federal Reserve Note, PCGS Very Choice New 64PPQ from The John Henderson Collection,... read more »
Spink, the world’s premier auction house for collectables is to offer the most extensive collection of Provincial banknotes to have ever come on to the market. This fabulous collection was amassed by one private collector, David Kirch and... read more »
Eleven years after the Bank of Canada discontinued the two dollar bill with the Royal Canadian Mint’s Toonie, some of the older notes can be worth a huge premium over face value. The unique feature of this note comes down to the signature... read more »