Looking to trade your banknote collectables, but unsure where to start? We’ve got you covered!
We’ve done the work for you and picked the best and most trusted banknote sites to trade your banknotes (with some added help from banknotenews.com).
There are currently 48 users trading over 2,000 banknotes from all over the world. Registering is super simple and super easy. Although the website seems to be designed in the late 1980s, their trading system is quite reliable.
Make sure to read about the latest currency news and tips on BabyPips before you jump on board the trading scene. This site has a free online course to get you started and help go over the basics with you.
Trademe is the largest Internet-auction website in New Zealand. It operates in a similar fashion to eBay so it’s pretty straightforward to use. Traders here primarily use New Zealand’s banking system to settle payments, although Trade Me now offers sellers the ability to accept credit card payments by ‘Pay Now’.
Check out Tradeciety.com for the best trading & investing blogs and articles online.
This site allows members to interact and swap their collections with dozens of users. It’s easy to filter which collector has the specific banknote you’re looking for. They also have a blacklist page to help users avoid scammers.
Disney Collectors Club is a marketplace for Disney Dollar collectors. Here you will find all sorts of Disney Dollars that have been circulated throughout the world of Disney for many years! They also have Disney pins if those catch your fancy as well.
And of course, you can buy and trade banknotes with us to grow your collection. Not only do we offer amazing selections of international currency throughout the years but we also have fun currency that you can buy and exchange as well! We have Disney Dollars and Star Wars money! So check us out! We’re confident we have what you’re looking for with us!
Banknote World offers images and information of thousands of banknote from all over the world. Share your collection with them and dozens of other users of past along with present banknotes. Visit their site here.