|IBNS Journal 53-1|
The first journal of 2014 (Volume 53 Issue 1) has been produced and is now available to download. Articles include an Interview the Bank of England Chief Cashier alongside information about banknotes from Mexico, Bangladesh and the Beligan Congo Login to download your copy.
|Voting for Banknote of 2013 Open|
|IBNS Auction No. 70|
The Catalogue for IBNS Auction No. 70 will be available in downloadable PDF and searchable online versions around the end of April. Containing over 4000 lots, hopefully there should be something for every collector! Bidding on Lots will close 23:59 BST 25th May 2014.
The International Bank Note Society (IBNS) was founded in 1961. It operates as a non-profit educational organization and in furtherance of such purpose, its objectives are to promote, stimulate, and advance the study and knowledge of worldwide banknotes and paper currencies and all matters related thereto along educational, scientific and historical lines. Currently the IBNS has over 2,000 members in more than 90 countries.
Members enjoy a number of benefits: a quarterly printed journal containing information on new issues and learned studies on paper money, a membership directory with contacts and dealers to further their collections, professional assistance in the unpleasant event of controversy between collectors, and many other useful tools.
The goal of the IBNS web site is to provide a range of services to its members and to paper money collectors in general. Visitors to these pages can co-operate in the development of our site by sending in their comments, opinions, hints, ideas, expectations, and wishes. Everyone is welcome.
Members receive our professionally produced, award-winning Journal four times a year. Download a sample PDF journal. Note that the sample is 12MB.
To find out more about the International Bank Note Society, and paper money collecting in general, why not watch the introductory video below
Interested in Banknotes and Paper Currencies?
Want to share your knowledge, learn more about banknotes, and meet other IBNS Members; Why not consider joining the IBNS?
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