|Banknote of 2014 - First Nomination Received|
Poland's 20 Zlotych Note is the first note nominated to be the Banknote of 2014. Do you know of another banknote that should be nominated for the Banknote of 2014? Send your nominations to the Banknote of the Year Co-Ordinator.
|IBNS Journal 53-3|
is available to download and will be posted to Members soon. Topics include Mozambique, the Mexican Revolution, the German Wehrmacht and Nepal. Login to download your copy.
|IBNS Membership Directory|
The PDF edition of the 2014 IBNS Members Directory is now available from the Members Area.
|Belize $10 1st July 1983 QEII Lost or Stolen in Mail|
A Belize $10 banknote, 1st July 1983, QEII Serial No. P/4 775259 has gone missing in the mail. It was mailed from the main post office in St. Petersburg, Florida on May 27, 2014 by regular international air mail and sent to Dammam, Eastern, Saudi Arabia. If you are offered this banknote with the serial numbers given above, please contact email@example.com.
The following publications are for sale from the IBNS. If you decide you'd like to order any of the publications, see the details on how to order at the bottom of the page.
After spending several years researching material in the Fiji Museum and the National Archives collections, the authors put together this important study of the early paper money of Fiji. Printed in black & white, the book covers numerous issues in Fiji, including those relative to:
Covering all early issues of paper money in the Fiji islands, this is a scholarly yet entertaining study of the issue of paper money in a remote British colony. Issued as a fine hard-bound book, it is well worth the investment of USD22.50.
This is a good quality, unbound photocopy of the original 1977 edition of Kenneth Graeber’s pioneering work on local currencies issued during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1938). Containing historical data, statistics and illustrations, this work will appeal to anyone with an interest in the Spanish Civil War. The photocopy, on standard 3-hole punched paper, is USD19.50.
This publication addresses the paper money of Japan, explaining vignettes, translating characters and identifying the printers. This Section covers:
This volume was a companion edition to Section One and was intended to be housed in the folder sold with Section One. Unfortunately, Section One is sold out and Section Two is supplied without a binder. While research on Japanese notes has been published since this work first appeared, this volume remains important because:
Therefore, this remains a worthwhile volume for those collectors who have an interest in Japan and in military currencies. The price of this publication is USD22.50.
To order any of these publications please send the details below to:
UNITED STATES of AMERICA
Alternatively send an email with the details to Alfred Hortmann.
Details to accompany the order should include:
State or Province:
Send ___ copies of Paper Money of Fiji by K.A. Rogers & Carol Cantrell ($22.50)
Send ___ copies of Local Paper Money issued during the Spanish Civil War ($19.50)
Send ___ copies of Paper Money of the 20th Cent. Vol. Four, Section Two ($22.50)
Enclosed is $_____________ (in US funds)
Postage to US addresses is included.
Postage to addresses outside the US is as follows: $12.00 for 1 book. $16.00 for 2 books. Delivery will be by International Priority Mail and should take around 6-10 days.
For those who prefer to pay by PayPal, please send payment to this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org and send your contact details and advice of purchase to Alfred Hortmann (as above). If you have any questions relating to the publications, these can also be addressed to Alfred Hortmann.