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The E-Sylum:  Volume 9, Number 51, December 17, 2006, Article 27

IF COINS HAVE A MINTAGE, SHOULD PAPER MONEY HAVE A PRINTAGE?

In discussing print runs of numismatic books, Dave Bowers asked,
"Might “printage” be more widely employed as a useful numismatic name?"

Kavan Ratnatunga writes: "I have often wondered why currency catalogs
like Pick (now published by Krause) never attempted to publish "printage"
of currency notes.  Some dates of Modern Lankan Currency are rare
because they had relatively low "printage."

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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