Cook Convention Center
255 N. Main
Memphis, TN 38103
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Early Bird Badge: $75
General: $7/person/day
$20 per family includes:
all events, speakers series,
Bourse admission all days

Hotel Info:

Memphis Sheraton Downtown
250 N. Main Street
Memphis, TN 38103
901.527.7300 or

Click to book under Sheraton Group Room Rate

Backup Hotel: Spring Hill Suites
85 Court Avenue
Memphis, TN 38103

IPMS Contact:

Doug Davis, Bourse Show Chairman
Call: 817.723.7231
or email Doug@MemphisIPMS.com

Dealers & Exhibitors:

Upload a photo for
your Memphis Dealer
badge here.

Download Applications here.


2017 International Paper Money Show is moving!

In case you hadn't heard the news yet, the International Paper Money Show is moving! After 40 years in Memphis, TN, the 2017 show will be held in Kansas City, MO. Check out the new location below and make your plans now to attend next summer! Click here to visit the new IPMS Kansas City website!

2016 IPMS Schedule:

Thursday, June 2 : 12 pm - 6 pm - Dealer/Exhibitor set-up
Friday - Saturday, June 3- 4 : 9 am - 5 pm - Open to the public
Sunday, June 5 : 9 am - 3 pm - Open to the public
$20 Family show pass/ $7 one day-one person pass

Get your $5 off coupon here!


Speakers Series - 2016 Line Up announced

Speakers Series - 2015

The 2016 Speakers Series line up is pending. For reference, here is the list of 2015's presentations:

Benny Bolin - Spencer Clark, the untold true story of the first BEP Director

Joseph Boling - The Cheshire Faker

Steve Carr - Chaos and Pandemonium, every national bank note has a story

Carlson Chambliss - Series 1900 Gold Certificates and other ultra high large size notes

Ray & Steve Feller, David Frank - Camp Hay Australia currency, great new discoveries

Neil Shafer - Food stamps and coupons, 1939-1943, 1961-2009

Henry Simmons Jr. - Collecting Confederate States of America bonds

Stane Straus - Polymer bank notes, the future of currency

Roger Urce & Howard Daniel - China's Post War Military Currency for Indochina featuring Chinese Custom Gold Unit notes

Jamie Yakes - Series of 1914 Federal Reserve face plate types

Jamie Yakes - Serial 100,000,000 Federal currency

Peter Huntoon - Col. Green, America's most extravagant collector

Peter Huntoon - Cherry pickers guide to national bank note plate and typesetting errors

Memories of Memphis Past: