Interviewer: David Lisot, CoinWeek.com ……….
With Frederick J. Bart, Executive Currency, 1950A $10/$1 Double Denomination note, Stephen Goldsmith, Spink USA, $5 National Bank Conway Massachusetts Brownback, William Litt, William Litt Rare Currency, American National Bank of Austin first and last national bank notes, Dusty Royer, Dusty Royer Notes of Note, Disneyland 2002 $10 Tinker Bell Note, and Carl Wolf, Chicago Coin Club, Citizens Bank of Chickasha Indian Territory 1905.
More of the cool currency examples of paper money on display at the annual Professional Currency Dealers Association‘s National Coin and Currency Convention. Find out why you will want to attend a coin and paper money show.
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28th Annual PCDA National Coin & Currency Convention
The National Coin and Currency Convention is sponsored by the Professional Currency Dealers Association. The event also includes dealers offering United States, foreign and ancient coins, as well as its traditional base of foreign and United States Paper Money.
The National Coin and Currency Convention features a major auction of paper money rarities cataloged and conducted by Lyn F. Knight Currency Auctions of Overland Park Kansas, a 70 booth bourse area with leading numismatic dealers from no less than 19 states, as well as club meetings and educational programs.
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