We are back at it on a mission to list every banknote in the world for our collector friends. This week we have added a bunch of banknotes and world paper money from Yugoslavia for sale.
The banknotes which we purchased in an auction vary in years dating back to over 50 years ago and range from uncirculated to circulated condition. Check out our entire catalog of Yugoslavia Banknotes by clicking here.
Some of our favorites from the collection include:
We are continuing to post videos on our banknote collection on our YouTube channel. This video features some of our banknotes and world paper money for sale from Malawi. These Malawi banknotes all come in gem mint condition and in currency sleeves. Check out the video here:
We are continuing to post videos on our YouTube channel showcasing our banknotes and world paper money for sale. Last week we began to show the public just a small portion of banknotes and world paper money from Burundi. These franc banknotes are all in gem mint condition and come in rigid protective sleeves. Check out the video below:
Last week we posted a new video on our YouTube channel showcasing our gem mint banknotes from Madagascar. The Ariary banknotes (sometimes referred to as Francs) all come in BCW rigid sleeves. If you would like to see these banknotes and world paper money in live action check out the video below:
Last week we posted a new video on our YouTube channel showcasing our banknotes and world paper money from Nicaragua. These gem mint banknotes and world paper money are all for sale here on our website. If you would like to check out the banknotes in LIVE action, play the video below:
We occasionally post world paper money and banknote videos on YouTube. Check out our latest video where we show some banknotes from Vietnam, Cambodia, Korea & Indonesia. All the banknotes in the video are available here on www.NickyNice.com
My name is Nicky and as an entrepreneur in addition to building the Nicky Nice brands and NickyNice.com I also have a vlog where I journal my entrepreneurial ventures. As numismatics and banknote collecting are among my entrepreneurial ventures; I vlogged about it.
Here in an episode of my web series “An Entrepreneur’s Journey” on YouTube I tell the world why I began investing and eventually became a dealer of paper money, coins, bullion and currency as a collectible & investment.
After long consideration and thinking much about pricing, we can now offer world-wide shipping on all of our products!! Here is how the breakdown for banknotes, coins, banknote collecting supplies and all of our inventory is for shipping:
The way to read our shipping chart is as follows:
If the price is under $9.99 than it will cost $2.99 to ship to the continental United States, $4.99 to Alaska or Hawaii, $9.99 to Canada and $19.99 to anywhere else in the world.
If the price is between $9.99 & $49.98 than it will cost $5.99 to ship to the continental United States, $7.99 to Alaska or Hawaii, $12.99 to Canada and $25.99 to anywhere else in the world.
If the price is between $49.99 & $74.98 than it will cost $12.99 to ship to the continental United States, $14.99 to Alaska or Hawaii, $19.99 to Canada and $39.99 to anywhere else in the world.
Federal Reserve Notes, also United States banknotes or U.S. banknotes, are the banknotes used in the United States of America. Denominated in United States dollars, Federal Reserve Notes are printed by the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing on paper made by Crane & Co. of Dalton, Massachusetts. Federal Reserve Notes are the only type of U.S. banknote currently produced. Federal Reserve Notes are authorized by Section 16 of the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 (codified at 12 U.S.C. § 411) and are issued to the Federal Reserve Banks at the discretion of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. The notes are then put into circulation by the Federal Reserve Banks, at which point they become liabilities of the Federal Reserve Banks and obligations of the United States.
Federal Reserve Notes are legal tender, with the words “this note is legal tender for all debts, public and private” printed on each note. (See generally 31 U.S.C. § 5103.) They have replaced United States Notes, which were once issued by the Treasury Department. Federal Reserve Notes are backed by the assets of the Federal Reserve Banks, which serve as collateral under Federal Reserve Act Section 16. These assets are generally Treasury securities which have been purchased by the Federal Reserve through its Federal Open Market Committee in a process called debt monetizing. (See Monetization.) This monetized debt can increase the money supply, either with the issuance of new Federal Reserve Notes or with the creation of debt money (deposits). This increase in the monetary base leads to a larger increase in the money supply through fractional-reserve banking as deposits are lent and re-deposited where they form the basis of further loans.