Not long ago, a few readers asked if I knew the prices of currency items. Since I am not a currency collector, I am unfamiliar with the resources in that market. I was able to use a recent copy of Coins Magazine that added a currency pricing supplement to one of their issues.
I thought it would be nice to have an online currency price guide that is generally accessible in a manner similar to the price guide for coins that PCGS publishes. While surfing for other information I found one that seems very complete associated with CoinWorld’s PaperMoney Values.
PaperMoney Values provides an information site that allows users to search their database for paper notes. It has listing for large, small, and fractional currencies as well as being able to search by series and signature pairs. For those who collect paper money, you should check out this site. You can post a comment with your impressions.
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