Dimitri Aerts, Belgium, Corne Akkermans, Netherlands, Belgium 50 Franc 1893, John Eccles, New Zealand, New Zealand 50£, Jos Eijsermans, Netherlands, Chinese Ming note, Pieter Liem, Indonesia Occupation Notes, Richard Lobel, Great Britain, Australian $100 printer’s proof, Bernhard Winter, Germany, Saar 100 mark, Stane Straus, Slovenia, Brunei $1000, Wakim Wakim, United Arab Emirates, Somalia 5 Shilling, Hans Worbes, Germany, German 100 Billion inflation “Muster” note.
Interviewer: David Lisot
Another great batch of some of the most interesting and beautiful bank notes you will ever see. Learn more about the interesting paper money of the world from the 2012 Fall Maastricht Paper Fair.
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Maastricht Paper Money Fair
David Lisot, host and producer of CoinWeek video news service, during a recent trip to Europe attended the Maastricht Paper Money Fair held in Valkenburg Netherlands.
Collecting paper money is a worldwide phenomenon that is popular in most parts of the globe. The Paper Money Fair in Valkenburg has been taking place for 25 years and attracts bank note and paper dealers from all over Europe and the world.
David interviewed many of the participants at the show finding out what collectors have in common with their counterparts in the United States. He addressed the economic situation in Europe and whether the hobby has been affected by the downturn in the workplace and the debt crisis affecting so many countries. He also shows examples of the some of the more popular bank notes collectors are buying.
CoinWeek continues to produce more reports from Europe and around the world to keep viewers informed about trends affecting coins, paper money and the numismatic hobby.