On Sep. 5, the Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia announced that the country’s new $50 note would go into general circulation on Oct. 18
Heritage Auctions’ Long Beach World Currency Signature sale on Sep. 6-10 was a $2 million event. When the dust settled at sale’s end, Australian notes not only occupied the top four spots but accounted for 14 out of the 22 notes that had taken in excess of $10,000
By Archives international Auctions…. A Palestine Currency Board £5 note dated 1944 and with rare “F” prefix sold for $12,980 at a sale of U.S. and worldwide banknotes, federal bonds and documents and security printing ephemera held March 10 by Archives International Auctions, in the firm’s offices at 1580 Lemoine Avenue in Fort Lee, […]
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