Tag: Federal Reserve Notes

CoinWeek Podcast #37: UnCut Funk: African-American Representation and Money

CoinWeek Podcast #37: UnCut Funk: African-American Representation and Money

CoinWeek Podcast #37: UnCut Funk: African-American Representation and Money Pamela Thomas and Loreen Williamson are co-curators and owners of the Museum of UnCut Funk, the internet’s first virtual museum dedicated to the preservation and celebration of 1970s black culture and all things funky. Drawing from Thomas’ and Williamson’s own personal collections, the Museum provides enthusiasts with a […]

US Paper Money – The Evolution of Hamilton & Benjamin

US Paper Money – The Evolution of Hamilton & Benjamin

By Jim Michaelsen – Paper Money Guaranty………   In recent years, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing has taken necessary action towards preventing counterfeiting by adding color and security features to US banknotes Something that is constantly catching my attention in US modern paper money is the evolution and beauty we’re starting to see. The […]

Paper Money – Tactile Features Coming to United States Currency

Paper Money – Tactile Features Coming to United States Currency

Tactile features and more contrast will be added to the Federal Reserve Note in an effort to aid the blind and visually impaired in identifying different US currency denominations United States Secretary of the Treasury Jack Lew’s recent announcement of changes to the $5, $10, and $20 Federal Reserve Notes (expected in 2020) heralds many […]

Modern US Paper Money: 2016 $2 Single Note Collection Avail. May 17

Modern US Paper Money: 2016 $2 Single Note Collection Avail. May 17

By Bureau of Engraving and Printing….   The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) is pleased to introduce the 2016 $2 Single Note Collection, featuring a Series 2013 $2 note from both the Dallas and San Francisco Federal Reserve Banks with serial numbers beginning with “2016xxxx.” Each note is protected by a clear acid-free polymer […]

CoinWeek Podcast #26: Women on 20s Founder Barbara Ortiz Howard Talks Tens and Twenties and Why It’s Important to Recognize the Greatness of American Women – Audio: 25:29

CoinWeek Podcast #26: Women on 20s Founder Barbara Ortiz Howard Talks Tens and Twenties and Why It’s Important to Recognize the Greatness of American Women – Audio: 25:29

CoinWeek Podcast #26: Women on 20s Founder Barbara Ortiz Howard Talks Tens and Twenties and Why It’s Important to Recognize the Greatness of American Women Last year, businesswoman Barbara Ortiz Howard and journalist Susan Ades Stone joined forces to prompt a public discussion about gender representation on U.S. currency. Their goal: to compel the Treasury […]

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Boys Keep Swinging: Hamilton to Stay on $10

Boys Keep Swinging: Hamilton to Stay on $10

Andrew Jackson to be replaced on the $20 bill By Hubert Walker for CoinWeek ….   In May of 2015, the single-issue lobbying group Women On 20s presented President Barack Obama with a petition seeking to get Treasury Secretary Jacob “Jack” Lew to redesign the $20 Federal Reserve note to replace the portrait of Andrew […]

2015 $2 Single Note Collection Available August 4

2015 $2 Single Note Collection Available August 4

First Day of Sale: August 4, 2015 – 8:00 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) By Bureau of Engraving and Printing….   The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) presents the 2015 $2 Single Note Collection featuring a $2 note from three Federal Reserve Banks with a serial number beginning with 2015. Each of the three […]

By July 30, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Presentation Set Highlights Heritage Auctions ANA Currency Platinum Night

Presentation Set Highlights Heritage Auctions ANA Currency Platinum Night

Presented with provenance to Henry Herrick Bond, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, set may bring $500,000 Aug. 12-17 in Chicago An extraordinary Complete Denomination Presentation Set of 11 Small Size Currency – consigned by the family of Henry Herrick Bond, who served as the Assistant Secretary of the Treasury and led the changeover from large […]

500 1882 Gold Certificate May Bring $2 Million At FUN Currency Signature Auction

500 1882 Gold Certificate May Bring $2 Million At FUN Currency Signature Auction

The only Fr. 1215d $500 1882 Federal Reserve Gold Certificate known to exist other than a specimen in the public collection at the Smithsonian Institution is expected to bring $2+ million in Heritage Auctions’ Florida United Numismatists Currency Signature Auction Jan. 8-10 and Jan. 13 in Orlando, Fla. It comes from the estate of a […]

Federal Reserve Announces Day of Issue of Redesigned $100 Note

Federal Reserve Announces Day of Issue of Redesigned $100 Note

The Federal Reserve Board announced that the redesigned $100 note will begin circulating on October 8, 2013. This note, which incorporates new security features such as a blue, 3-D security ribbon, will be easier for the public to authenticate but more difficult for counterfeiters to replicate.   The new design for the $100 note was […]

By September 30, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
1914 San Francisco Serial No. One Federal Reserve Red Seal Set offered at Central States by Heritage Auctions

1914 San Francisco Serial No. One Federal Reserve Red Seal Set offered at Central States by Heritage Auctions

Important collections anchor almost 4,300 lots being offered April 27-29 and May 2 Heritage Auctions, the official auctioneer of the Central States Numismatic Society Show, will present a substantial number of rare and exceptional notes, including perhaps one of the greatest currency discoveries of the last decade in a complete denomination set, $5 through $100, […]

 
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