Tag: Bank notes
In 2018, handmade paper money sketches disappeared from the Central Bank Museum of Argentina. The sketches of prototypes were about to be auctioned off in the USA. However, they were identified and repatriated.
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe have announced they will be releasing into circulation larger value banknotes, namely new ZWL $10 dollar denominations and ZWL $20 denominations. Due to galloping inflation, these new banknotes are the equivalent of 0.40 resp. 0.80 USD.
As a result of the rampant inflation seen by the Iranian currency trade, the Iranian Parliament has voted to implement a programme for transitioning the country’s monetary system to the Toman.
The company’s 15th anniversary isn’t the only thing Paper Money Guaranty® can celebrate this year: PMG has now graded 5 million banknotes, becoming the first third-party grading service to achieve this important milestone.
Paper Money Guaranty is celebrating its 15th anniversary in 2020, a year that will also see the paper money grading service surpass 5 million notes certified. Both of these milestones of longevity and volume are unparalleled achievements in third-party paper money grading.
New information pertaining to Bank of England polymer notes has surfaced in which their lifespan has been put into question. The Bank of England has reported that nearly 50 million polymer notes have had to be replaced since they were launched due to wear and tear.