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British and World Banknotes (26 Feb 20)

British and World Banknotes (26 Feb 20)
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British Banknotes: National Provincial Bank of England, proof on card for £5, 183-, mounting traces on reverse and ink transfer on face but an attractive piece, extremely fineOuting 2789
0073: British BanknotesEst. £200-£260Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank Restriction Bill 'Anti-Hanging note', 1819, a satirical note designed by George Cruickshank, signed by J. Ketch (the hangman), design very similar to the Bank of England white notes, damage to
0074: British BanknotesEst. £600-£800Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1, 7 August 1914, serial number A.400353, sizeable piece detached from top right corner, but present in lot, additonal tear in low central margin, body of note
0075: British BanknotesEst. £150-£200Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1, 7 August 1914, serial number O/24 012277, inverted watermark, good very fine EPM T3.3 £260-£300------For more information, additional images and
0076: British BanknotesEst. £260-£300Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1, 7 August 1914, serial number HH/4 092584, visible embossing all over, no folds, obverse has been toned and ink faded by sun, minor mounting traces on
0077: British BanknotesEst. £150-£200Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10 Shillings, 14 August 1914, serial number A/17 658280, in PMG holder 64, choice uncirculated, and with stunning embossing clearly visible through the paper, thus
0078: British BanknotesEst. £400-£600Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10 Shillings, 14 August 1914, serial number A/16 142446 (dash), £1, 23 October 1914, serial number L1/36 72465, 10/-, 21 January 1915, serial number H/40 53626,
0079: British BanknotesEst. £300-£400Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1, 23 October 1914, serial number A/47 62192, four pinholes, at top left, lightly pressed otherwise very fine EPM T11.1 £80-£120------For more
0080: British BanknotesEst. £80-£120Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1, 23 October 1914, serial number L/26 81045, 10/-, 21 January 1915, S1/79 080219, £1, 22 January 1917, serial number C/47 606313, N.W.Fisher, £1,
0081: British BanknotesEst. £200-£280Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Treasury Series, John Bradbury, a partially printed £1, 22 January 1917, no serial numbers, green text, no vignettes, black CANCELLED handstamp low left and top right, half of printed note at
0082: British BanknotesEst. £300-£400Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10 Shillings, 22 October 1918, serial number A/17 206255 (dash), original fineEPM T18 £100-£150------For more information, additional images and to bid on
0083: British BanknotesEst. £100-£150Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10 Shillings, 22 October 1918, serial number A/18 002820, stain at centre, staple holes, good very fine EPM T18 £100-£150------For more information,
0084: British BanknotesEst. £100-£150Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10 Shillings, 16 December 1918, serial number B/27 512156 (dot), pinholes, small hole at centre, very good to fine, scarce typeEPM T19 £220-£280------For
0085: British BanknotesEst. £220-£280Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Treasury Series, Warren Fisher, 10 Shillings (3), 6 November 1922, prefixes P/16, P/71 and T/28, one with pencil annotation, very fine (3 notes)EPM T30 £100-£150------For more
0086: British BanknotesEst. £100-£150Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Treasury Series, Warren Fisher, £1 (2), 26 February 1923, serial number D1/58 404303 and D1/71 707829, first original about very fine, second original about uncirculated (2 notes)EPM T31
0087: British BanknotesEst. £200-£280Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Treasury Series, Warren Fisher, £1 (2), 26 February 1926, serial number D1/38 322870, E1/38 680885, first with pinhole, second with graffiti on reverse, very fine (2 notes)EPM T31
0088: British BanknotesEst. £100-£150Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Treasury Series, Warren Fisher, consecutive trio of 10 Shillings, 25 July 1927, serial number W/15 384336-8, one example has a very faint stain, light centre fold, good extremely fine, a nice trio (3
0089: British BanknotesEst. £600-£700Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Treasury Series, Warren Fisher, consecutive pair £1, 25 July 1927, serial numbers T1/7 884217-8, both with one hard central fold, first extremely fine, second has slight toning and a little
0090: British BanknotesEst. £150-£200Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Abraham Newland, £1 Trial/Proof, 180-, black text on black guilloche pattern, denomination in panel low left, printed on card, mounting traced on reverse, extremely fine and
0091: British BanknotesEst. £600-£800Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Henry Hase, a hand painted £5 trial, dated 1 June 1821, black printed, multicolour panel at centre, Britannia in panel at left and right, stain low left, pencil annotations on
0092: British BanknotesEst. £300-£400Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Henry Hase, consecutive £1 (2), 15 February 1821, serial numbers 33912 and 33913, both in PMG holders 20, very fine, with minor ink burn at signature. A remarkable pair with
0093: British BanknotesEst. £2,000-£2,600Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Henry Hase, £1, 30 April 1821, serial number 57352, printed date and serial number, paper completely toned, severe ink burn around cashiers signatures has caused the lower left
0094: British BanknotesEst. £180-£220Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Matthew Marshall, specimen £5, ND, manuscript date ‘30 December 1854’, no serial number, manuscript ‘specimen Marshall Bank of England’ in low right
0095: British BanknotesEst. £4,000-£5,000Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Matthew Marshall, counterfeit £5, London, 11 January 1855, serial number H/I 04956, black forged stamps, multiple pinholes, split and repaired, top right corner missing, good
0096: British BanknotesEst. £240-£340Lot Closed
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