World Paper Money Errors Book, First of Its Kind

by Zyrus Press on February 8, 2010 · 1 comment

World Paper Money ErrorsNEWPORT BEACH — Enter an enthralling area of numismatics with this groundbreaking book, World Paper Money Errors.

A first of its kind, this full color reference guide offers market prices for foreign printing errors, rather than limiting the numismatic community to domestic currency.

This book offers an eye-appealing price guide to the market for the growing interest in collecting international currency.

Delving into the new and upcoming hobby of collecting foreign currency errors, this book features over 200 examples of unique notes.

World Paper Money Errors is an all-inclusive guide to learning about errors that occur during the printing process which create unusual and intriguing errors.

Author Morland Fischer’s keen and clear explanations make distinguishing each error engaging and compelling.

  • Compressive collection featuring rare notes from over 70 countries
  • Provides descriptions and examples of 19 types of errors
  • Insightful comparison between domestic and foreign currency
  • Explanation of valuing notes using an innovative Foreign Error Note (FEN) Scale
  • Market price for each featured error note

Exposing hundreds of dramatic, colorful and intriguing foreign paper money errors, collectors and spectators alike will be exposed to a new form of collecting currency. World Paper Money Errors is a pioneer in the modern age of numismatics.

World Paper Money Errors
Published by Zyrus Press, Inc. of Irvine, California (
ISBN-10: 1-933990-25-2
ISBN-13: 978-1-933990-25-5
MSRP: $34.95
Edition: 1
Publication Year: 2010
Binding / Size: Paperback 6×9
Photos / Illustrations: 500+ Images
Pages: 250
Case Qty: 25
Releasing April 15th, 2010

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Michael May 29, 2010 at 9:47 am

I just received my edition of World Paper Money Errors, and let me tell you this is nothing short of amazing. It reaches both extremes of coin collecting as well as those who are not yet involved. Some numismatics books I have read do not explain the meaning behind the coins or notes; however, WPME has visuals and an example of what the original note looks like.

The material is very advanced, yet it is very attractive to those who are just getting started in the coin collecting business as well as individuals who are unaware of this business. I just finished the book and showed it to some friends and they were wowed by the visuals and international theme. No matter where you live in the world, it will reach everyone’s interests.

I tried showing some of my kids books similar to these and they weren’t interested at all. When I showed them WPME, first they just skimmed through the book, but later that day, I heard them fighting. Much to my surprise, it wasn’t over the use of the computer, television or Nintendo Wii, but over the same book I purchased! So, I decided to purchase another book and now they are competing against each other to see who can read it first!

Congratulations on a spectacular book. Morland C. Fischer and Neil and Joel Shafer must be very proud of their accomplishments. I look forward to reading the sequel in a few years.

– Michael

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