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on July 1, 2017
A rare look into a fascinating and private world of high-security printing and currency. My only fault with the book was the uncomfortable formatting of the pages and a difficult to read font.
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on December 21, 2013
The Money Benders

One of the best books I've read, it certainly blows the lid of the currency industry!! And shows how corrupt the system is.
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on April 8, 2008
Who would of thought the story about bank notes would be so interesting. I very shrouded industry with unique business practices. Recommended for anyone interesting in finance, economics, money or banking.
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on May 18, 2013
Did you ever want to be in on trade secrets from afar?
Well this book has plenty of them, and it is all really
interesting. I haven't finished it yet, but plan to when I get
some time...
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on May 17, 2006
At first glance you would be forgiven for thinking that a book about banknotes will be a dry read. Well, think again. Klaus Bender has achieved the impossible - this book grips like a thriller from page one. The author, clearly an expert in his subject and an accomplished writer, manages to reveal hidden aspects of this arcane art on almost every page.

I was astonished at some of the revelations and am amazed that more are not in the public domain. The history of the banknote is fascinating but even more interesting is the development of the printing processes and the international political intrigue which underpins the industry. For anyone interested in researching this subject, who needs a reference book which is bang up to date, or simply wants to deepen their understanding of this mysterious industry The Moneymakers is a must-read.
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