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British and World Banknotes (26 Feb 20)

British and World Banknotes (26 Feb 20)
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British Banknotes: Bank of England, Horace G. Bowen, watermarked paper for £5, c.1894, with a roughly torn left edge, accounted for by a hand-written note dated 28 May 1894, and stating “tested by H.R.H.
0097: British BanknotesEst. £300-£400Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Ernest M. Harvey, £5, London, 2 October 1918, serial number 65/E 41157, purple handstamp on reverse, original very fine EPM B209a £120-£180------For more
0098: British BanknotesEst. £120-£180Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Ernest M. Harvey, £10, London, 19 November 1920, serial number 94/K 63161, lightly pressed, two small rust stains at top, staple holes, very fine EPM B209b
0099: British BanknotesEst. £200-£280Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Cyril P. Mahon, 10 Shillings, 22 November 1928, serial number Z25 599018, £1, 22 November 1928, serial number C23 326781, first with visible embossing all over, one extremely
0100: British BanknotesEst. £200-£260Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Basil G. Catterns, £1 (5), 15 July 1930, prefixes H93 (3), H96 and H98, all with superb original paper, one with several light creases, others with only a central crease each,
0101: British BanknotesEst. £150-£200Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Basil G. Catterns, £20, London, 15 December 1931, serial number 45/M 19088, heavy pressing has caused thinning in areas across the note, lower right corner dirty, very goodEPM
0102: British BanknotesEst. £300-£360Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Operation Bernhard, Basil G. Catterns, £50, London, 20 June 1930, serial number 44/N 52123, Operation Bernhard, K.O. Peppiatt, £10, London, 17 March 1937, serial number
0103: British BanknotesEst. £120-£180Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Kenneth O. Peppiatt, £1, 1934, serial number 57H 491326, £5, London, 27 December 1944, serial number E99 064655, £1, 1940, prefix L89D, 10/- 1940, prefix R59D, 10/-
0104: British BanknotesEst. £150-£200Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Kenneth O. Peppiatt, £1, 1941, serial number E15A 761115, “Withdrawn from Circulation September 18th, 1941.” overprint, in PMG holder 64 EPQ, choice uncirculated,
0105: British BanknotesEst. £200-£260Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Kenneth O. Peppiatt, Guernsey Overprints, £1, 1941, serial number E22A 183724, original paper, stain on reverse in margin, tiny tears in top margin, about very fineEPM B239A
0106: British BanknotesEst. £100-£150Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Kenneth O. Peppiatt, Operation Bernhard, £5, London, 13 March 1936, serial number A/295 08072, £10, London, 16 October 1937, serial number K/197 88567, £20, London,
0107: British BanknotesEst. £200-£260Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Kenneth O. Peppiatt, £100, London, 17 January 1938, serial number 57/O 48292, in PMG holder 64, choice uncirculated, a significantly above average exampleEPM B245
0108: British BanknotesEst. £800-£1,200Lot Closed
British Banknotes: SHORT SNORTER: Bank of England, Kenneth O. Peppiatt, £1 (2) and 10 Shillings, 29 March 1940, prefixes B60E, N59D and S26D, all signed by considerably quantities of well-wishers and comrades,
0109: British BanknotesEst. £150-£200Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Kenneth O. Peppiatt, 10 Shillings (2), 2 April 1940, prefixes Z96D and L75D, and £1 (3), 29 March 1940, prefixes A07H and A26H (2), also £5, 2 November 1944, serial
0110: British BanknotesEst. £120-£160Lot Closed
British Banknotes: ERROR: Bank of England, Kenneth O. Peppiatt, 10 Shillings, 2 April 1940, serial number X39D 667042, with sizeable flap of extra paper at low left, very good, pressed, but a nice errorEPM B251
0111: British BanknotesEst. £80-£120Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Kenneth O. Peppiatt, £5, London, 23 September 1944, serial number E69 087272, corner fold, rust spot, extremely fineEPM B255 £80-£120------For more information,
0112: British BanknotesEst. £80-£120Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Kenneth O. Peppiatt, £5, London, 13 December 1944, serial number E88 085380, original good very fineEPM B255 £60-£80------For more information, additional images
0113: British BanknotesEst. £60-£80Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Kenneth O. Peppiatt, £1 (2), 13 September 1948, serial numbers H36B 228441-42, a bit of scuffing, light central fold, extremely fine and a rare pair of last run prefixes (2
0114: British BanknotesEst. £260-£320Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Kenneth O. Peppiatt, replacement £1 (2), 13 September 1948, serial numbers S08S 740766-67, light central fold, but a lovely pair of original extremely fine examples, scarce (2
0115: British BanknotesEst. £300-£400Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Kenneth O. Peppiatt, £5, London, 17 March 1947, serial number L45 099060, one central fold, two knocks to left margin, original paper, serial numbers visibly embossed,
0116: British BanknotesEst. £120-£180Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Percival S. Beale, 10 Shillings, 17 March 1950, serial number 14A 250533, £1, 17 March 1950, serial number Z75B 401793, £5, 13 May 1949, serial number N35 024725, first
0117: British BanknotesEst. £100-£150Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Percival S. Beale, £5, 25 April 1950, serial number V 49 075373, uncirculated EPM B270 £100-£150------For more information, additional images and to bid on this lot
0118: British BanknotesEst. £100-£150Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Percival S. Beale, £5 (4), 27 April 1951, serial numbers U50 041637-40, clean, fresh and original good very fine examples (4 notes)EPM B270 £200-£260------For more
0119: British BanknotesEst. £200-£260Lot Closed
British Banknotes: Bank of England, Percival S. Beale, £5 (9), 1950-1952, prefixes S38, V22, V44, V77 (2), V96, W90, Y38 (2), between good fine and very fine, all original and mostly quite attractive examples (9
0120: British BanknotesEst. £300-£400Lot Closed
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