Thursday, 20.06.2019

Tag: Paper money

New 20 Rupee Banknotes Join Second “Mahatma” Series

The Reserve Bank of India have announced they will shortly issue the much anticipated 20 Rupee banknote. Hence, the country is coming closer to completing their second series portraying Mahatma Ghandi on the obverse and sites of cultural importance on the reverse.

New Banknotes and Coins to Usher in the Era of Reiwa

As Japan welcomed a new Emperor and a new Imperial era on May 1st, 2019, the country’s currency will reflect this change from 2021 on. 3D holograms on banknotes and the coins’ bi-metallic composition are just a few of the numerous updates we can expect.

Uzbekistan Release New 100,000 Som Banknote

As Uzbekistan introduce new 100,000 Som banknotes, the move is seen as alleviating the crucial shortage of smaller denominated notes for daily cash transactions. The theme of the banknotes is dedicated to the Uzbek scientist Mirzo Ulugbek.

The Ultimate Catalog of Norwegian Paper Money

Kjell William Riibe is not only the owner of Riibe Mynthandel. He is also an enthusiastic collector who published his enormous collection of Norwegian paper money in 2018. Ursula Kampmann has taken a look at the new standard reference work.

Updated Sixth Edition of Guide Book to U.S. Paper Money

An updated and revised sixth edition of Whitman’s Guide Book of United States Paper Money is available now. The new book is a history and price guide of the paper currency of the United States dating from Civil War federal issues to present-day cash, plus related issues.

Heritage Launches New Auction Format

The increase in popularity and demand for world currency has prompted Heritage Auctions to introduce a new auction. World Currency Weekly Auction will run online every Tuesday and will include a variety of graded and ungraded banknotes from across the globe.

Rwanda Introduces New 500 and 1000 Franc Banknotes

The National Bank of Rwanda has issued two new denominations as part of new series of banknotes. They seek to highlight Rwanda’s lucrative tourist industry and the cultural diversity of this Central African nation.
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