Joh. Enschedé sells its banknote printing equipment

Do you have an empty garage? And has it always been your dream to print your own money? Don't wait any longer and grab your chance now!

Last December I wrote about the renowned Dutch banknote printer Royal Joh. Enschedé who would stop printing banknotes. Well, they will now sell their inventory to the highest bidder. The auction contains "...paper cutting machines, counting lines, collection/sealing machines, binding machines, cutting lines, varnish coater, light authenticity tester, laboratory and testing equipment, hydraulic ink mixer, rolling stock and office inventory etc. due to the closure of the banknotes department of Royal Joh. Enschede B.V, in Haarlem, The Netherlands."

You can find the auction here, but be warned: it's a bit of a sad sight... :-(.

Steven Friday 08 September 2017 at 3:15 pm | | links
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