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  1. 1995 U.S. FRN $1 Web Note Block D-C 1995 U.S. FRN $1 Web Note Block D-C

    $35.00

    S/N D66045183C
    Block D-C
    Run 11
    Combo 4-9
    Gem CU Learn More
  2. $1 1857 Mount Vernon Bank, Providence, Rhode Island $1 1857 Mount Vernon Bank, Providence, Rhode Island

    $110.00

    S/N 57
    Dated: January 1, 1857
    VF Condition Learn More
  3. 25 Cents The State of North Carolina 1862 25 Cents The State of North Carolina 1862

    $60.00

    S/N 314
    25 Cents The State of North Carolina 1862
    Prosperina, Cornucopia
    Civil War Issue
    CH AU Condition Learn More
  4. 1995 U.S. FRN $1 Web Note Block B-H 1995 U.S. FRN $1 Web Note Block B-H

    $30.00

    S/N B48433925H
    Block B-H
    Run 8
    Combo 1-12
    Gem CU Learn More
  5. $5 The State of Alabama 1864 $5 The State of Alabama 1864

    $110.00

    S/N 12604
    $5 The State of Alabama 1864
    Redeemable in Confederate Treasury Notes
    Dated January 1, 1864 Learn More
  6. $1 The Bank of Canada, Ottawa 1935 | Obverse $1 The Bank of Canada, Ottawa 1935

    $70.00

    S/N A1171008
    Dated 1935
    Fine Condition Learn More
  7. U.S. 1955 50 Cents NGC Cameo Proof 67 U.S. 1955 50 Cents NGC Cameo Proof 67

    $175.00

    U.S. Fifty Cents
    Cameo
    Proof 67
    NGC Certified Learn More
  8. 1995 U.S. FRN $1 Web Note Block B-H 1995 U.S. FRN $1 Web Note Block B-H

    $30.00

    S/N B48433928H
    Block B-H
    Run 8
    Combo 1-12
    Gem CU Learn More
  9. 5 Cents Bank of Cape Ann, Gloucester, Massachusetts, February 2, 1863 5 Cents Bank of Cape Ann, Gloucester, Massachusetts, February 2, 1863

    $135.00

    S/N G506
    Condition: VF
    5 Cents Bank of Cape Ann
    Gloucester, Massachusetts
    February 2, 1863 Learn More

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  • Learn the facts of 1943 Cents

    Learn the Facts about 1943 Cents By Alan Herbert Due to the critical need for copper for World War II, the Mint in 1943 switched to zinc-plated steel for the...

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  • Buying Guide for Coins

    A Buying Guide for Coins by Paul Song, category specialist at Sotheby's Introduction Appreciation and Value Assessing Condition Useful Numismatic Terms the great collector Virgil M. Brand died in 1926,...

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    Collecting Rare Currency Why collect rare currency? I'm glad you asked such a good question! There are several reasons to collect. Collecting is an enjoyable part of our hobby It...

  • Depictions of Slavery in Confederate and Southern States Currency

    Depictions of Slavery in Confederate and Southern States Currency Original Acrylic on Canvas Paintings by John W. Jones NEW YORK TIMES Interpreting the Images of Slavery on the Confederacy's Money...

  • Carnival Treasures: Secrets of a Good Doubloon Catcher

    Carnival Treasures Secrets of a good doubloon catcher by Susan Langenhennig, Times Picayune, West Bank bureau As a child catching the parades rolling down St. Charles Avenue, Rafael Monzon and...

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    Gift Ideas I'm often approached for advice on giving someone a gift that is rare or valuable in some way. This is a difficult task because there is so much...

  • The History of United States Paper Money

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    Coin Collecting: No Sure Trip to the Bank Kathy Kristof, Tribune Media Services When a Michigan man got a strange-looking quarter from a vending machine, he considered it an oddity,...

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    Searching for Sacagaweas Coins have yet to buy way into wide circulation. Collectors, Fed hold most By Jeannine Aversa Associated Press, Published in the Akron Beacon Journal WASHINGTON: The new...

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    Collecting Advertising Trade Cards Trade cards are thought of as the forerunner of today’s business cards. In the 1800's families often collected and pasted cards in a scrapbook. The cards...

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    Common Questions about Coins and Currency What is the largest denomination of US Currency? Although it no longer exists, the $100,000 bill was the largest denomiation and was only used...

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    Collecting U. S. Coins There are so many different kinds of U.S. Coins. How do I know which ones to collect? That’s a choice only you can determine. I...

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    Collecting Medals It’s true that there aren’t as many medal collectors as there are coin collectors, but this segment is a fun, educational and interesting hobby. If you are a...

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    Collecting Web Notes Probably half of today’s collectors aren’t familiar with web notes. If that’s the case, they’re losing out on a facet in our hobby which could truly be...

  • Collecting Confederate States Currency

    Confederate Currency Two months after the provincial government of the Confederate States of America was organized on February 4, 1861 confederate currency was released and continued to be printed through...

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