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Last Chance to Nominate

The latest nomination for the Banknote of 2018 is the
China's 50 Yuan Note
CHN-50-Front

Swiss 200 Franc Note
CHF 200 Front

 Nominations close on 31st January 2019. 

Do you know of a note issued in 2018 that should be nominated?
Send your nomination to
banknoteoftheyear@ibns.biz

 
IBNS Journal 57-4

is avaialble to download: Articles cover The Work of Brian J White, Italian Occupation in Greece 1942-1943, Municipal Coupons of Arsoli and Macau-BNU Replacement and Error Notes 1981/1984 Login to download your copy.

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Latest Banknote of 2018 Nominations are

Russia's 100 Rouble Note Bolivia's 20 Bolivianos Note Norway's 500 Kroner Note Mauritania's 50 ouguiya Note Venezuela's 100 Bolivares Note

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Send your nominations to banknoteoftheyear@ibns.biz

 

Bylaws of the International Bank Note Society

Article Index
Bylaws of the International Bank Note Society
Article I. Name and purpose
Article II. Membership and dues or subscription
Article III. Chapters
Article IV. Officers and Executive Board
Article V. Elections
Article VI. Duties of Officers
Article VII. Meetings
Article VIII. General
Expulsion & Disciplinary Procedures
Reinstatement Procedures

Article I. Name and purpose

Section 1 - Name

The name of the society is “INTERNATIONAL BANK NOTE SOCIETY.” It is incorporated under the non-profit corporation laws of the District of Columbia, United States of America, and operates as a non profit educational organization under the provisions of section 501c(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code. It is hereinafter referred to as the IBNS.

Section 2 - Purpose

IBNS is organized for educational purposes and in furtherance of such purposes, its objectives are to promote, stimulate and advance the study and knowledge of worldwide bank notes and paper currencies and all matters related thereto along educational, scientific, and historical lines.

Section 3 - Terminology

Masculine terms are used throughout these bylaws solely for purposes of consistency and simplicity. This practice carries no gender implications, and these terms are intended to apply equally to both sexes.