Has submitted its first auction of world bank notes onto a brand new site, www.worldbanknoteauctions.com.

The sale, which live bidding occurs on Jan. 7 beginning at 10 a.m. Pacific Time, provides over 400 lots, from A to Z. Estimated price costs vary from a low cost of $10 to $20 for several notes into a high of $2,500 to $3,500.

The notice is the maximum denomination of Bermuda’s pre-decimal series.

All lots are available for viewing, viewing, bidding, and enrollment on the site.

Hengeveld climbed up in the Netherlands and moved into the U.S. at 2011. He’s been interested in numismatics because age 8.

The company plans to host earnings with live online bidding each fourteen days. It states in a media release that consignors can in the majority of cases make the most of a 0 percent vendor’s commission on all products. The company charges a 15 percent buyer’s commission (minimum $5 per lot) on all lots.

In addition, it can ease the entry of notes for third party grading before sale.

The business has been in operation for more than five decades. Its creator states,”World Paper Money is just one of the final frontiers in numismatics. For the last 15 years we’ve seen enormous growth in the entire world paper currency market, particularly in the USA and Asia, as collectors find the vast array of paper money printed and utilized by countries from all over the world.

The company can be contacted by email at info@worldbanknoteauctions.com or by phone, Monday through Friday from seven a.m. to 9 p.m. Pacific Time in 1-916-221-1782.