The United States is not the only country to have issued beautiful and collectible currency. Nations throughout the world have been issuing paper money since the 1700's, and much of it was produced by the most famous banknote engraving companies.
As collector markets in individual countries grow, the demand for scarce and attractive world notes has skyrocketed. Open your mind to this fascinating international field!
Bank of Brantford (Brantford). Gorgeous green tint with Vignette of loading flour at the flour mill. Dated November 1, 1859. A most attractive and desirable note.
Bank of Brantford (Brantford). Gorgeous green tint with Vignette of Steam Train, Steam Ship and boat. Dated November 1, 1859. A most attractive note and scarce as well.
German Notgeld. Town of Susel. 2 piece set. Notgeld was a form of emergency money generally printed for local use in villages and towns. It often replaced coinage. Susel is located in the extreme northern section of Germany. Catalog # L-1269.
-78a, Gorgeous Gem quality
Queen Elizabeth II. P-20c.
Tiny edge tear at end of the security strip.