The weekly auctions came about because of the continued growth in recent years of the Heritage Auctions Currency Department, which eclipsed $41 million in sales in 2018, Heritage reported.
"The increase in popularity and demand for world currency offered by Heritage Auctions in recent years has called for the birth of a dedicated platform," said Dustin Johnston, Heritage vice president Dustin Johnston said. "We foresee a continued growth in world currency, and the weekly Tuesday auctions will go a long way toward allowing Heritage to meet the needs of collectors everywhere. They will have a variety of graded and ungraded bank notes from across the globe."
The next World Currency Signature Auction will be April 24-30 in Schaumburg, Illinois.
"The lots in the weekly sales will be 100 percent unreserved, increasing the appeal to collectors of all levels," Johnson said.
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