The market for paper currency is a complex relationship of scarcity, condition, and demand. Large size United States currency is generally the most desirable today, while small size United States currency is generally common, though there are some rarities. Something to note is that every American GI (it seems) brought back common 1920s and 30s era obsolete currency that usually has little value, but early foreign currency can be interesting and of value.
- Large size United States currency, including gold and silver certificates
- Small size United States currency, including gold and silver certificates
- American Colonial currency, including fractional currency
- Interesting historical documents
- Early foreign currency