You can start your banknote collection today by tracking down the country’s most recent issue, a vertical $10 bill in circulation for four years this November. Banknote collectors (also known as notaphilists) collect according to a large variety of specialties, including by type, by topic or by finding scarce or rare varieties, errors and replacement notes. Each collector decides how to pursue their hobby, and the possibilities are vast, but if you decide to start a collection today, there’s a simple approach. “This is something you could reasonably get at the bank machine to start your collection this afternoon,” said Stephen Adams, a Mohawk College professor and collector since childhood. “It’s easy to get these modern notes at face value.” Continue reading →
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The Royal Canadian Mint has resumed its cross-country coin exchanges after a nearly three-year pandemic hiatus shuttered the program popular with collectors and the general public alike.
Three versions of Canada’s fourth Peace Dollar prominently feature in the Royal Canadian Mint’s latest monthly numismatic catalogue.
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