Reader Reviews

Paper Money

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Meet Me at the Corner

February 27, 2009 -- From DONNA, a teacher from Colorado Springs, Colorado, who is affiliated with the site.

Join Amanda as she visits the Money Museum in Colorado Springs, Colorado to learn about the new Lincoln penny and coin collecting.

World Paper Currency Gallery

March 29, 2008 -- From Arvind, a parent, from USA, who is affiliated with the site.

This site is suitable for all ages, it contains over 2000 front and back images of paper currency of over 300 countries of the world including some countries which do not exist anymore. Since we all could easily relate to money, I consider this site to be very informative and educational as well. This site has 3 special exhibits for Unites States, United Kingdom and India. These special exhibits contain a very extensive and hard to find images of the front and back of paper currencies.

Coin Terms – A dictionary of Coin Collecting Words

January 24, 2008 -- From John, a reader, from USA, who is affiliated with the site.

Coin Terms – A dictionary of Coin Collecting Words. Includes coin hobby words, abbreviations and their definitions.

World Paper Money Picture Catalog

June 27, 2006 -- From Garry, a reader, from USA, who is affiliated with the site.

Contains images of almost 3,000 different world banknotes from more than 100 countries. It also contains pictures of the country leaders, original articles, country specific links and other relevant information. This site is non-commercial and listed as safe for kids.

World Paper Money Picture Catalog

May 21, 2006 -- From Garry, a reader, from USA, who is affiliated with the site.

Numismondo is a very good kids safe site. It has more than 2000 banknotes pictured from almost ninety countries. It also includes pictures of country leaders, special links and original articles.

This site also has “backgrounders” about many countries as it relates to its history and banknote issues. There are no commercial ads and it is done only for educational purposes. The site specializes in “local currencies” (those thay were not issued by governments) and has a total of more than 500 pages.

Tom Chao’s Paper Money Gallery

May 5, 2006 -- From From Tom Chao, a reader from Connecticut, who is affiliated with the site

Personal collection of over 1200 world banknotes from 276 countries including Andorra, Azores, British North Borneo, Danish West Indies, French Oceania, Greenland, Palestine, Panama, Puerto Rico, Reunion, Senegal, and Zanzibar.

Banknote Gallery

April 21, 2004 -- From L. T., a reader from Barcelona , Spain, who is not affiliated with the site

Beautiful website with many scans of banknotes from all countries of the world. A must for all banknote collectors.

Making Scents of Money

May 22, 2000 -- From Tammy Cox, a teacher from Vidor, Texas who is affiliated with the site

This is a site that was created by my middle school students for the 2000 ThinkQuest Junior competition. It covers the history of money in the United States. There are a lot of interesting links and games to play.

Counterfeit Detection

April 4, 2000 -- From Zoe, a parent from St Louis, usa who is affiliated with the site

How do you know if your money is counterfeit or genuine? Visit this fun site and learn all about the security features on a banknote ….the bits that make them difficult to copy. Then take a look at your own money and decide for yourself.

le site numismatique

August 7, 1999 -- From a reader from Paris France who is affiliated with the site

This site gathers as many banknotes as possible for each country and all notes are illustrated in color, full screen. All pictures stay online forever for collectors reference and information. The site is now 400Mb and presents 6000 notes. 48 countries done to date. 8 to 10 countries more per year.