Canadian Paper Money Society

Canadian Paper Money Society

The Canadian Paper Money Society (CPMS) is a non-profit numismatic organization for collectors of Canadian paper money, including government and private bank issues, municipal scrip, stocks, bonds, and other forms of payment. It has members throughout Canada, the United States and in other countries.

The CPMS has its annual executive and general meetings at the RCNA convention each year.

Newsletter and journal

The CPMS publishes an annual journal containing papers on banknotes and related studies by members and others and articles on various subjects in which the Society has an interest.

The CPMS newsletter is published quarterly and contains current information such as the particulars of its affairs, registers of various banknotes, papers and studies on banknotes and other subjects, etc.

Past presidents

*W.H. McDonald, FCNRS (1964-1968)
*Jack Veffer (1969-1971)
*John Phipps (1971-1975)
*Harry Eisenhauer (1975-1978)
*Myer Price (1978-1981)
*Al Bliman (1981-1983)
*Ronald Greene, FCNRS (1983-1985)
*J. Richard Becker, FCNRS (1985-1987)
*Graham Esler, FCNRS (1987-1989)
*Robert Graham, FCNRS, FRNS (1989-1991)
*Lub Wojtiw, FCNRS (1991-1993)
*Walter D. Allan, FCNRS (1993-1995)
*Geoffrey G. Bell, FCNRS (1995-1997)
*Dick Dunn (1997-1999)
*Paul Berry (1999-2001)
*Earl Salterio, FCNRS (2001-2003)
*Charles Moore (2003-2005)
*Harold Brown (2005-2007)
*Cliff Beattie (2007-Present)

External links

* [ Canadian Paper Money Society website]

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