Provided for your viewing pleasure by Long Island Numismatics, Inc.

Welcome to the Rhode Island Collection of banknotes. This collection is the result of more than two decades of painstaking research and aggressive buying. Because this is the finest collection of Rhode Island banknotes known, it should be a special treat for New England history collectors and general banknote collectors alike. These notes are up for display only and are not for sale at this time.

You may view this collection in one of three different ways. For ease of navigation for those interested in a particular location, we have included a link to all Rhode Island locations. If, however, you are only interested in seeing either obsolete notes or national banknotes, we have included links to those subjects as well. Enjoy!

View by Rhode Island Cities and Towns

Alton
Barrington
Bristol
Burrillville
Central Falls
Charlestown
Coventry
Cranston
Cumberland
East Greenwich
East Providence
Exeter
Foster
Glocester
Hopkinton
Jamestown
Johnston
Lincoln
Little Compton
Middletown
Narragansett
New Shoreham
Newport
North Kingstown
North Providence
North Smithfield
Pawtucket
Portsmouth
Providence
Richmond
Scituate
Smithfield
South Kingstown
Tiverton
Warren
Warwick
West Greenwich
West Warwick
Westerly
Woonsocket

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