All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Numismatics : Currency : Pre 1492 item #1329202
Senatus Consulto
A specimen of the worlds first paper money! We have three of these very rare notes in stock - all from the famous collection of Sophus Black.

China, Ming Dynasty (1368-1399)Board of revenue, 1 Kuan or 1000 cash, printed on mulberry bark paper and stamped with the red seal of emperor Hung Wu.

Renowned collector and engineer Sophus Black (1882-1960). Black was stationed in China from 1902 to 1931...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Numismatics : Currency : Contemporary item #1270670 (stock #7089)
A beautiful near mint in box set of two Canada $10 uncirculated bank notes in a padded book-style display binder, a great descriptive booklet and the original 7-3/4 x 7-3/4" box. Issued by the bank of Canada, it shows the $10 bill through the ages and compares the 1986 and 2001 issues in a limited edition of 50,000. The padded black binder has the encased banknotes in plastic in a double-sided page-style holder for viewing both sides...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Numismatics : Currency : Pre 1980 item #1220352 (stock #02356)
A scarce 1973 Canada one dollar $1 bank note with a star replacement serial number. This note has the scarce GU prefix and the signatures of Lawson and Bouey. This note is in true UNCIRCULATED condition with no visible flaws at all. It is uncertified, and we are selling it for far less than listed value. Your chance for a scarce bill in top condition. All coin and banknote gradings are subjective and are included as guides only, and are based on published grading charts...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Numismatics : Currency : Pre 1900 item #673201 (stock #FP.CSA)
Each of the twelve different Confederate States notes and bills in this group (FP1373A-L) is individually described and priced on the photo in which it uniquely appears. The notes include those issued by the Confederate government as well as the States of Alabama and North Carolina. Denominations range from 10 Cents to $20. All of the notes have been circulated, but some more than others. A front and back photo for each piece is shown...