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IBNS Journal 59-2

Is available to download and includes a tribute to Colin Narbeth (IBNS Founder and Life Member No. 1); Peasants, Produce & Tractors; Hidden Features of Test Notes; Guinea 50 Francs 1958 and Forged Notes during the Company & British Raj.

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Journal Delivery

Due to COVID-19 the delivery of the IBNS Journal to the following countries will be delayed. We will look to dispatch the journal as soon as the restrictions are lifted.

Azerbaijan  / Botswana  / Chad  / Cuba  / Djibouti  / Haiti  / Iraq  / Kosovo  / Malawi  / Mauritania  / Mauritius  / Nepal  / Pakistan  / Paraguay  / Tanzania (DAR)  / Tunisia  / Turkmenistan  / Venezuela  / Zambia  / Zimbabwe

 
Banknote of 2020 Nominations

The Nominations received so far are Bank of England's 20 Pound Note, Scotland's (Royal Bank of Scotland) 20 Pound Note and Northern Ireland's (Ulster Bank) 20 Pound Note.

Do you know of a banknote that will be issued to the public that should be nominated for the Banknote of 2020?  Send your nominations to the Banknote of the Year Co-Ordinator (banknoteoftheyear@theibns.org). 

 

Dues Payment – Members Only

FAQ

Q. When does my membership expire?
A. Membership dues are usually paid for a year at a time. A member's expiry date will be shown on their membership card and members will be sent a renewal notice prior to their membership expiring. If you haven’t received a renewal notice, please contact the IBNS Membership Secretary who services your part of the world via the Contact tab on the menu bar above. (Contact details for IBNS Officers can also be found in the List of Officers or on page 2 of the IBNS Journal, the quarterly publication of the IBNS.) If in doubt about which Membership Secretary to contact, get in touch with the General Secretary.

Q. Can I pay my IBNS subscription in a currency other than USD, GBP or AUD?
A. Yes you can, but if you pay in currencies other then than USD, GBP or AUD you may be liable to an extra charge for conversion. This charge is assessed at the rate applicable on the day the bank charges are incurred. If you wish to pay for your subscription in a currency other than USD, GBP or AUD, please contact the relevant IBNS Membership Secretary first, so that the correct amount of money is sent and that it is sent in a method approved by the Membership Secretary.

Q. Can I use a credit card to pay for my membership dues, advertisement or auction payments?
A. Yes, Visa and MasterCard (or international equivalents bearing the same logos), or American Express/Optima and Discover are accepted. Payment by credit card is made by sending details of your card (Type of Card, Name on Card, Number, and Date of Expiry) to the appropriate IBNS Membership Secretary. You can pay your annual membership dues by credit card online by visiting www.theibns.org/paypal or selecting the PayPal option under Members on the menu bar. Credit card payments will be processed by PayPal via their secure site but you do not have to have a PayPal account to pay this way.

Q. Can I make online payments? 
A. Yes, online payments for membership dues renewals can be made by PayPal (or credit card - see the question above) through the PayPal by visiting www.theibns.org/paypal or selecting the PayPal option under Members on the menu bar.
Other payments can be made through a standard PayPal payment to treasurer@theibns.org. Be sure to include your name and membership number in the details of the transaction.