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CoinWeek’s David Lisot was in Long Beach, California, site of the 2015 Memphis International Paper Money Show. While there, David had a chance to talk to dealers and collectors to see what Cool Currency! they had on hand.

  • Frederick J. Bart, 1977 Federal Reserve $10 Note Obstructed Printing Error PG64,
  • Dennis Forgue, Colonial Vermont Half Crown Note,
  • Pierre Fricke, Confederate 1861 $5 Jules Manouvrier Printer,
  • Andrew Pattison, Falkland Islands 1 Pound Note 1920 Very Fine,
  • Matthew Quinn, Hong Kong $100 Specimen PMG64,
  • Sergio Sanchez, 1901 Bison $10 complete Friedberg set of nine notes finest known,
  • Robert Schwartz, Printer’s Proof sheet,
  • Hugh Shull, South Carolina $100 Colonial Note PMG64.

If you want to talk about paper money you have to come to Memphis! Hope to see you there next year…

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