Introduction to Banknotes and Banknote Collecting

(The text below is copied from the IBNS website and the 36-page PDF is highly recommended, also for more experienced collectors)

Are you interested in finding out more about banknotes and banknote collecting?

Do you know

  • how banknotes are manufactured?
  • the different features that can appear on a banknote and why they are there?

Have you thought about starting a banknote collection but want some information about

  • where to start
  • the equipment you need
  • how to look after your collection
  • the different grades and condition of banknotes

Members of the International Bank Note Society (IBNS) with many years of experience of banknotes and banknote collecting have produced

The IBNS Introduction to Banknotes
and Banknote Collecting

Aimed at beginners, it includes answers to those questions as well as the definition of a banknote, its various features and how banknotes are manufactured, as well as an outline of aspects to be considered when building a collection of banknotes including information on how to grade a banknote.

If you want to take your interest in Banknotes even further, why not consider joining the International Bank Note Society?

Membership of the IBNS has numerous benefits which include:

  • bringing together people with a common interest in banknotes
  • the award winning IBNS Journal produced quarterly which includes articles covering all aspects of banknotes as well as the Society’s activities
  • a forum on the IBNS Website for members to discuss matters and ask questions

To gain the most from an interest in banknotes, membership of the IBNS is recommended.  Membership of the IBNS costs $36.00 USD (£28.00 GBP or $48.00 AUD) per year.  

To become a member please complete an
application form - https://www.theibns.org/join

Steven Monday 10 December 2018 at 6:54 pm | | links
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