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ANA Collector Currency

Does anyone know of a source for information about ANA Collector Currency.  I was sent a free Dollar Bill, which I still have, back in the late 1980's.  After reading a very recent blog about Disney Currency, I suddenly want to hear the story and history of ANA Collector Currency.  Any insight would be appreciated. 

1 month ago

Interesting. You don't see these around.

1 month ago

I have no knowledge of that, but I would love to find out something


1 month ago

Complete details can be found in the June 1988 edition of The Numismatist. Collectible but no longer issued, the article states "Designed and printed exclusively for the ANA by American Bank Note Company, Collector Currency is a true collector's item and is negotiable for all ANA services and products, including the ANA Certification Service, membership dues, and purchases from the Museum Store. The notes are issued in denominations of $1, $2 and $5, measure 6'/4 x 2 '/~ inches, and have the look and feel of real currency. Each features a distinctive, multi-colored vignette with both intaglio and lithographic printing on high-quality "security" paper."

28 days ago

Thank You, will look at that article. 

28 days ago
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