Archive for: International Paper Money Show

COOL CURRENCY! Memphis International Paper Money Show 2014. VIDEO: 7:21

COOL CURRENCY! Memphis International Paper Money Show 2014. VIDEO: 7:21

Interviewer: David Lisot, CoinWeek.com……. Bianca Bart, $10,000 gold note, Ollis Hull, 1928-C $2 Block B mule, Fred Bart, First Charter National Bank Note sheet, Bob Liddell, triple printed small size error National, and Michael... read more »

 

Large Size Serial #1 National Bank Note Collection on Display at Memphis 2014. VIDEO: 5:50

Large Size Serial #1 National Bank Note Collection on Display at Memphis 2014. VIDEO: 5:50

Andrew Shiva, National Currency Foundation Interviewer: David Lisot, CoinWeek.com …… Continuing to impress attendees at the International Paper Money Show in Memphis Andrew Shiva of the National Currency Foundation unveils a complete... read more »

 

2013 Memphis International Paper Money Show Video Playlist

2013 Memphis International Paper Money Show Video Playlist

Coinweek Producer and videographer David Lisot attended the Memphis Paper Money shows last month. Below are a list of show specific Video reports covering all aspects of the show itself with interviews with both the show promoters and Dealers. The... read more »

 

Unique Alaska Brown Back Note Discovery Announced at Memphis International Paper Money Show

Unique Alaska Brown Back Note Discovery Announced at Memphis International Paper Money Show

Incredible Note from the “Territory of Alaska” in pristine condition and serial #1 Discovered Andrew Shiva, founder of the National Currency Foundation ( a educational 501 (c) (3) foundation)  has announced the discovery of the... read more »

 

Cool Currency Memphis IPMS 2012 Video – Part 1

Cool Currency Memphis IPMS 2012 Video – Part 1

CoinWeek has expanded our coverage of Paper Money and currency with the addition on our new series on “Cool Currency”. This is Part One of a Three Part series we Video Taped at the International Paper Money Show with the help of... read more »

 
 
 
 
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