Location:

Sheraton Crown Center
2345 McGee Street
Kansas City, MO 64108
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Bourse Schedule

2019:

Thursday, June 13 : 12 pm-6 pm Dealer/Exhibitor set-up

Friday, June 14 : 9 am-5 pm

Saturday, June 15 : 9 am-5 pm

Sunday, June 16 : 9 am-3 pm

Hotel Info:

Sheraton Crown Center Hotel
2345 McGee Street
Kansas City, MO 64108
(816) 841-1000

IPMS Contact:

Doug Davis, Bourse Show Chairman
Call: 817.723.7231
or email Doug@IPMSKansasCity.com

 

 
 
 
 
 

Dates of the 2019 International Paper Money Show:

Thursday, June 13 - Sunday June 16 (see full schedule at left)

Location:

Sheraton Kansas City at Crown Center: 2345 McGee St., KCMO, 64108 - 816-841-1000

Click here for a map/driving direction.

DEALERS: Unloading directions: access is at north end of property corner on 22nd between Gillham and Mcgee street.

 

 


$5 off admission coupon:

Click here to download or print your $5 off coupon!!

 


The International Paper Money Show

This year, for the 43rd time, the IPMS will continue its history of bringing the world of Paper Money and Banknotes as part of the fabric of currency since the beginning of time.

I have said for years if you want to talk paper money you need to come to the IPMS. This show is dedicated to currency, which by its definition is “a system of money in general use in a particular country”. Currency is a generally accepted form of money, including coins and paper notes, which is issued by a country and circulated within an economy. Used as a medium of exchange for good sand services, it is the basis for trade.

This event has non-stop action for those who collect, investigate, buy, sell, and trade currencies of the world, but primarily made of paper, polymer, tyvek, seal skin, wood, plastic and to a more limited extent, gold, silver, copper, platinum, and materials used in trade.

Our convention space is located within the Sheraton Hotel perfectly positioned inside the Crown Center Complex. The famous HALL family had built the Complex as the corporate headquarters for Hallmark Cards. Obviously there is a difference between designing greeting cards and designing banknotes. However, we feel both require a major amount of talent and artistry and will provide a strong sense of camaraderie for the event.

The Crown Center complex offers an all inclusive shopping and entertainment venue, complete with live theatre, casual and fine dining, mixed with a wide array of educational and nightlife experiences. So much to do day or night and it’s all within walking distance through a a series of climate controlled glass walkways.

While in Kansas City you will have an opportunity to check out one of the most amazing collections of paper money the Midwest has to offer. Kansas City is the home of the Tenth Federal Reserve Bank Headquarters. At their money museum you can see a display of the 1928 $100,000 Gold Certificate serial #2. That’s not all! They also possess some ultra rare large size Gold Certificates as well. It is a high quality museum that is open to the public free of charge. The Money Museum is a short ride or a good walk from our venue.

Make the most of your trip! Other attractions abound, go to www.visitkc.com for even more entertainment suggestions.

Welcome to Kansas City! We understand that sometimes your children do not have quite the stamina for the paper money show that adults do so here are a few entertainment options, within walking distance from the show, for the kids (adults like these places too):

Lego Discovery Center

Science City

Aquarium

 


 

Four Session Auction by : Lyn Knight Auctions

Auction Sessions:

Session 1 - Thursday, June 13 (World Paper Money) - 6:00 pm
Session 2 - Friday, June 14 (US Currency) - 6:00 pm
Session 3 - Saturday, June 15 (US Currency) - 6:00 pm
Session 4 - Sunday, June 16 (Coins) - 10:00 am

Lot Viewing:

Wednesday, June 12 : Noon - 7:00 pm
Thursday, June 13 : 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday, June 14 : 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday, June 15 : 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

All lots available for viewing and bidding at: www.lynknight.com

 


 

Dealers Attending :

Hugh Shull
Ian.A. Marshall
George K. Warner
Steve Estes
Gabriel's Numismatic Market, Gabriel Leichen
Ralph Muller Currency
Pierre Fricke
S&P Collectibles, Steve Barber
Sergio Sanchez Currency
AJB Currency, John Bremer
Sailboat Coins & Currency, Ron Hedglin
Monroe Currency, Joe Peruski
Mike Crabb
Dean Oakes Coins & Currency
World Banknote Grading
PMG
IBNS
ANA
Paper Tiger, John Schwartz
Trusted Traditions, John Markis
Dix Noonan Webb, Andrew Pattison
Alex Perakis Coins & Currency
Lake Region Coin & Currency, Glen Jorde
William Rosenblum
Quoc Nguyen
SPINK
A World Currency, Larry Hirsch
A-Coin & Stamp Gallery, INC., Marty Rowland
Phil Doudar
Allan Teal
Africa-Direct, Kevin Warfel
Mark WM. Clark
American Paper Connection, Robert Vandevender
Kansas Coin Connection, John Neher
Numiscondor, Manuel Cassanello
RAK/INC, Robert Kvederas
Executive Currency, Fred Bart
Americana Currency, Rahul Aurora
Absolute Banknotes, Diego Paz
William Litt Currency
Stacks Bowers
Fidelity Art Group (Heritage)
Kagin's, Don Kagin
Mattox Coins and Stamps, Austin Mattox
Emporium Coin & Currency, Ed Rothberg
TRIGOMETRIC, Hann Boom
MYNTKOMPANIET, John Agren
Paper M LLC, David Leong
Long Island Numismatics, Gary Parietti
Mel Steinberg
Archives International, Robert Schwartz
Grove Woods Collectibles, Phillip Mangrum
John Rowe

 


 

 

Free Educational Speakers Series - 2019 :

Each year, specialists from around the globe meet at the IPMS to present brand new research in the field of paper money. There is no charge for admission for this series. Here is this year's line up:

Joseph Boling - WW I Resulted in Many Emergency Paper Money Issues—and the Counterfeiters Followed Right Along - Friday 10 am

Nick Bruyer - The First U.S. Demand Note (It's not what you think!) - Saturday 1pm

Terry Bryan - What Happened to all those Obsolete Notes?—Adventures with Canceling Hammers - Friday 3pm

Robert Calderman - Introduction to Small Size U. S. Currency Collecting - Friday 1 pm

Steve Carr - First Names on Kansas National Bank Notes - Friday 11 am

Mark Drengson - Launch of the SPMC National/Obsolete Bank Note History Project - Saturday 2 pm

Ray and Steve Feller - Money of Neutral Nations in World War II - Saturday 11 am

Pierre Fricke - A tales from each side of the Civil War: United States Demand Notes and Mysterious CSA Fantasy Issues - Saturday 12 pm

Peter Huntoon - Nuclear Silver: When Treasury collided with Physics - Friday 12 pm

Roger Urce - Japanese Puppet Banks in China - Friday 2 pm

Jamie Yakes - Small-Size 12-Subject Changeover Pairs - Saturday 10 am




Nearby entertainment :

Not sure where to go for a night on the town? Check out the KC Restaurant Guide website for a list of nearby locations for drinks and dining. (Nearby locations will include the Downtown and KC Power & Light areas.)



Memories of Memphis Past: