Last updated on June 25th, 2020 at 11:20 pm
Last Updated on June 25, 2020 Posted by Colonial Acres Coins
Auctions for coin and paper money collectors are a great opportunity to get a hold of valuable and unique pieces. There are plenty of impressive paper bills that stand out for their design and artistic expression, most of which you can get at these numismatic events. Reoccurring auctions are a common thing at Colonial Acres where you can find plenty of hot-selling collectibles that you simply shouldn’t miss out on. There’s no doubt that you’ll find something to your liking and be able to put your bid in. With a wide variety of collectible pieces on offer at the auction, every passionate numismatist will certainly find something that sparks their interest. Since out-of-circulation Canadian paper money is in high demand among collectors right now, read on to learn about some that you can find at Colonial Acres.
Why Are Obsolete Paper Banknotes So Popular?
Obsolete paper bills with no face value have become tremendously popular among collectors because of their rarity. An important reason for this is the fact that most of these were printed by private establishments in 19th century Canada and America. A fairly attractive growth potential is just another factor that makes them a valuable catch. There are also the misprinted paper bills that are in high demand on auctions. It is important that they don’t have any major damage since the condition determines how valuable they are. The most desirable collectibles are the ones that are both rare and in perfect condition. A highly marketable and valuable paper money collection would be the one with plenty of unique bills from good to impeccable condition.
Unique Paper Money at Colonial Acres
One of the most popular paper bills you’ll find at Colonial Acres’ website is a one-dollar bill from 1954. This one is famously called ‘Devil’s Face’ and caused a lot of controversy for the supposed image of a devil in Queen Elizabeth II’s hair. That is why the modified version with the darker hair also exists and was issued in 1956. Another rare and unique banknote that you can find is a two-dollar note from the Bank of Brantford issued in 1859. The series of red banknotes were never signed or numbered, differ in design from the series of green banknotes and are expected to be found in perfect condition. In the ‘Blowout Specials’ section, you can find a great number of amazing deals and sales on paper money. Including the two-dollar Canadian notes from 1986, the extra fine Canadian 50-dollar bill from 1975 and many more. There’s no doubt that the paper money collecting community is growing rapidly and Colonial Acres is a great place to start expanding your collection.
How to Get Started with the Auction Process?
If you wish to consign your coins and paper bills or bid for valuable pieces on an auction, go to Colonial Acres website where they allow for both options. There are various ways for sending your bid. These include email, phone, or fax or you can simply go to Colonial’s website and bid at least one week prior to the auction. There’s also an option for placing your bid during the live session. All Canadian paper money is graded by Colonial’s professionals, so you can expect the items to be presented in the most suitable way. If two people happen to have the same bids, the item will be sold to the person who placed the bid first. All of these and much more information on auctions and bidding can be found on the Colonial Acres website. With all of the knowledge at hand, you should be ready to go and start placing your bid on a paper banknote of your liking.