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BRITISH AND IRISH BANKNOTES

25 April 2012, London


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ORDER OF SALE TUESDAY 24 APRIL 2012 Morning Session (Lots 1-501) commencing at 10.00 a.m. Afternoon Session (Lots 502-1000) commencing at 2.00 p.m. Evening Session (Lots 1001-1232) commencing at 6.00 p.m.

WEDNESDAY 25 APRIL 2012 Morning Session (Lots 1233-1557) commencing at 10.00 a.m. FOR ALL PREVIOUS LOTS PLEASE SEE SEPARATE CATALOGUE

Afternoon Session (Lots 1600-2083) commencing at 2.00 p.m.

ENGLISH PROVINCIAL NOTES BANK OF ENGLAND TREASURY BANK OF ENGLAND GUERNSEY JERSEY ISLE OF MAN SCOTLAND IRELAND

1600-1619 1620-1627 1628-1675 1676-1781 1782-1825 1826-1863 1864-1886 1887-1998 1999-2083

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April 24 and 25, 2012 - London

WEDNESDAY 25 APRIL 2012 Afternoon Session (Lots 1600-2083) commencing at 2.00 p.m. All Sales are subject to the Conditions of Business printed at the back of this catalogue Estimates The estimated selling price of each lot is printed below the lot description and does not include the Buyer’s Premium. Bidders should bear in mind that estimates are prepared well in advance of the sale and are not definitive. They are subject to revision.

ENGLISH PROVINCIAL BANKS Bath

Brecon

1600 Bath City Bank, 5 guineas, 1 August 1791, serial number A 18, black and white, church top left, for Cross, Bayly, Gutch and Cross (Outing 89), annotated on reverse, small notch top centre otherwise about fine and a scarce 18th century issue £250-350

1602 Brecon Bank, £20, 21 June 1783, serial number 5/4600, black and white, arms top left, for Wilking, Jeffreys, Wilking and Williams (Outing 266), various annotations, fine and rare £400-600

Bolton

1601 Bolton Bank, Hardcastle, Cross, Ormod, Barlow & Rushton, uniface card proof £1, 18-, black and white, Britannia and other seated figures at centre (Outing 218d), some foxing, but otherwise a fresh extremely fine, scarce £500-600

Carmarthen

1603 Carmarthen Bank, unissued £1 (12), 18- (c.1810), black and white, ornate arms at left, no partners names (David Morris and sons?) (Outing 455), generally fresh good extremely fine, scarce (12) £300-500

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Leeds Union

Erhall Coal 1605 Glyn. Mills & Co., two specimen cheques printed for Erhall Coal Mining Company, London, 18-, black and white, one lithographed cheque, one anastatic copy, also Spooner, Attwoods & Co., two specimen cheques printed for Preston & Wyre Dock Company, London, 183-, black and white, one lithographed cheque, one anastatic copy (taken from the book, ‘Manufacturers Specimens’, 1851), upper edge hand cut, otherwise good very fine or better (4) £60-80

1608 Leeds Union Bank, £1, 20 March 1824, serial number H277, black and white, allegorical maidens top centre, for Williams, Brown, Janson, Barr and Co. (Outing 1130), a Perkins engraving, top left tip missing, tear at right, VG, presentable and rare £150-200

Godley Manchester

1606 Godley Bank, £5, Chertsey, 18 April 1835, serial number 2118, black and white, the signing of the Magna Carta top centre, two manuscript signatures below, also a copy of a Thirsk Bank 5 guineas, 1811 (Outing 2162) fine and poor, scarce (2) £200-300

Leeds Old

†1609 Commercial Bank of Manchester Limited, proof £2, 187-, blue, arms top centre (Outing 1378pr), red SPECIMEN handstamp, mounting traces, about extremely fine and very rare £700-900

Milford and Pembrokeshire 1610 Milford and Pembrokeshire Bank, £1 and 1 guinea, 1809. arms and plinth at left, for Phillips & Phillips Co. (Outing 1431), very good to fine (2) £100-150

1607 Leeds Old Bank, obverse and reverse proof on thin card for a £10, ND, black and white, allegorical maidens and arms, for Beckett, Beckett, Denison, Smith and Hyde, reverse arms at centre (Outing 1124 for similar), an attractive Lizars engraving, good extremely fine and rare (2) £250-350 www.spink.com


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Newark

Skipton 1614 Craven Bank Limited, a sight bill for £20, Skipton, 188-, black and white, bull at left, bankers names altered at left (Outing 1971), very fine, scarce £100-150

York

1611 Newark Bank, 5 shillings, 15 August 1807, serial number 453, black and white, arms top centre (Outing 1488), VG, presentable and a rare ‘small change’ note £300-400

Retford 1615 York Union Banking Company Limited, £5, York, 2 April 1885, serial number V 3186, black and white, allegorical maiden at left and right, reverse black and white, cherub and eagle at centre, arms at left and right (Outing 2457), manuscript ‘Cancelled’ across face of note, very fine and attractive, scarce £200-300

1612 Retford Bank, £5, 3 May 1806, serial number D519, black and white, arms at left, for Pocklington, Dickinson and Hunter and Co (Outing 1778), VG £120-180

Shrewsbury and Market Drayton

1616 York Union Banking Company Limited, £5, York, 6 December 1894, serial number A 683, black and white, value in red underprint at centre, Queen Victoria, lion and unicorn top centre, allegorical maiden at left and right, reverse blue, cherub and eagle (Outing 2457), good very fine and attractive £200-300 1613 Shrewsbury and Market Drayton Bank (Adams, Adams, Warren & Compy), £5, Market Drayton, 10 October 1844, serial number 1923, black and white, Lord Hills Column in Shrewsbury at centre, arms at top left, value at centre, top right and low left (Outing 1964), trimmed to margins, toned, multiple folds and pinholes but paper retains good body, fine and scarce £150-200 Page 5


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Wakefield

1617 West Riding Bank, Wakefield, £5, 1 June 1899, serial number B7590, black and white, building top left, for Leatham, Tew and Company (Outing 2242), split and CANCELLED handstamp, very fine, rare £200-250

Westmoreland

1618 Bank of Westmoreland, proof £5 on card, Kendal, 18-, black and white, view of Lake District top centre, maiden at left and right, Abundance and Britannia (Outing 1061), good extremely fine, a rare Lizars engraving £300-350

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1619 A group of English and Scottish Provincial Notes, comprising Retford bank, £1, Salop and North Wales Bank, £5, Rochdale Bank, unissued £5, Yeovil and Wincanton Bank, unissued £5, Craven bank, unissued £10, Fort Montague Bank, £5, cancelled Christchurch & Wimborne Bank, £1, Newcastle upon Type Bank, £1, Newcastle upon Type Banking Company, cancelled £10, Huddersfield Bank, 1 Guinea, Ringwood and Hampshire Bank, £1, Swaledale and Wensleydale Banking Company, unissued £20, Bath Old Bank, cancelled £5, Dartmouth General Bank, £1, Durham Bank, cancelled £5, Stowmarket Bank, cancelled £5, Plymouth Dock bank, cancelled £1, Darlington Bank, cancelled £5, Cardigan Bank, unissued 1 Guinea, Stockton on Tees Bank, cancelled £5 (2), Carlisle Old bank, £5, Northampton Bank, £1, Andover Old Bank, £1, Northamptonshire Banking Company Limited, £5, proof in two parts, Faversham Bank, cancelled £5, Newark bank, £1 (2), Sunderland and Wearmouth bank, £1, East Lothian banking Company, unissued £1, The Town and County Bank, cancelled £1, Commercial Bank of Scotland, cancelled £1, Paisley Banking Company, forged 1 Guinea, Bank of England, forged Henry Hase £1, also several contemporary and later pulls of provincial notes, very mixed grades, balance fine, some extremely fine, a useful lot (44) £300-400


April 24 and 25, 2012 - London

BANK OF ENGLAND Trials

Henry Hase

1620 Bank of England, proof/trial £1, London, 1 January 1821, serial number 96895, black and white, value in red central panel. Britannia top left and right, caduceus at left and right, ‘Rippon’ in central panel lower centre, ‘pay to Henry Hase’ in text top centre, reverse an inverted obverse (unlisted), good extremely fine and rare £250-350

1622 Bank of England, Henry Hase, £1, London, 29 December 1825, serial number 42209, black and white, arms at top left, value at low left (B201c), hand signed by R. Parsons, approx 10mm of left edge missing, otherwise a perfectly presentable very good £200-250

1621 Bank of England, proof/trial £5, ND (c.18201830), black and white with a blue and red and brown central panel. Britannia top left, value low left and at centre, payable to Mr Henry Hase top centre (unlisted), good, extremely fine £200-300

1623 A group of documents, showing notable signatures, including A. Newland, an order for the Victualling of the navy, manuscript signature, H. Hase, a letter to the Royal bank of Edinburgh dated 13 July 1919, manuscript signature, M. Marshall, a letter dated 20 march 1848 informing of new bank opening hours, printed signature, H.H. Asquith, a note with details of a holiday and forthcoming week of work, manuscript signature, John Bradbury, a War Savings Certificate, also a print of Doctor Syntax inspecting the bank, an engraving of A. Newland, a sheet of engine turnings showing a border of faces on paper backed with card, also an Anti-Hanging note and a small change note for one shilling, issued by Fox Brothers, the victualling order missing upper half, anti-hanging note repaired, very fine, Fox Brothers extremely fine, others toned and some small tears but balance very fine and a fascinating group (16) £150-250 Page 7


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1624 Two personal letters, between Montagu Norman, Governor of the Bank of England, and Alfred Wagg, Chairman of the merchant bankers Helbert, Wagg. Dated 27th and 28th of July 1931 respectively, the initial letter, from Wagg, offers possible sources of unofficial information as the 1930’s depression developed. The hand written reply, addressed ‘My Dear Wagg’, thanks him for his offer and is suitably noncommittal, both letters extremely fine, a charming lot (2) £100-150

F. May

x1625 Bank of England, F. May, London, 2 July 1881, serial number 72/J 48581, black and white, Britannia at top left, value in tablet at low left (B206a), perforated CAYGILL’S TOURS, 6 OCT 81, reverse purple hand stamp with similar text, some folds and stained at low centre but a fresh good fine and a rare note £3,000-4,000 www.spink.com


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J. G. Nairne

1626 Bank of England, J. G. Nairne, £5, London, 27 July 1915, serial number 44/D 30487, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, value in black tablet low left (B 208b), bank stamp on reverse, about very fine, scarce £300-400

1627 Bank of England, J. G. Nairne, £50, Manchester, 2 July 1913, serial number 2/X 70792, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, value in black tablet low left (B 208e), various annotations otherwise very fine, rare £1,100-1,300

TREASURY SERIES John Bradbury

1628 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1, ND (1914), serial number A.476039 (dot), black and white, head of George V left centre, value in black tablet at centre, pound symbol at right (T.1), a fresh about extremely fine, rare £800-900

1629 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1 ND (1914), 10/- ND (1914) £1 ND(1914), serial number A 257860 (‘dot’), black and white, George V at right and 10/- ND (1914), prefix A/1, red and white, George V at right (T 1, 9), first with damage at left otherwise fine and rare, second fine. (2) £200-250

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1630 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1, ND (1914), serial number E/29 000657, black and white, George V at left, value at centre and right (T3), mounting traces including tiny tear at low right, annotation on reverse, good very fine to about extremely fine and a low number £400-500

1631 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1, ND (1914), serial number M/14 010725, black and white, George V in profile at left, value at right and in black tablet at centre (T.3-3), tiny crease at low right corner, otherwise about unciruclated £800-1,000

1632 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1, first issue, ND (1914), prefix R/34, black and white with sideways watermark, also a forgery of a first issue £1, prefix F/12 and a first issue 10/-, prefix A/15, red and white (T 3.3, 9), first fine, second good very fine and unusual, the 10/- very fine (3) £200-300

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1633 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1, ND (1914), serial number D/3 006597 (dash), black and white, head of George V at left, pound symbol at right (T.5.3a), almost very fine and a scarce type £250-350

1634 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10/-, ND (1914), serial number T/15 020502 (dot), red and white, head of George V at left, value in red tablet at centre, value at right (T.8), central crease otherwise a fresh good extremely fine, attractive and very rare £700-900

1635 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10/-, ND (1914), serial number A/1 104886, red and white, George V in profile at left, value at right and in red tablet at centre (T.9), about uncirculated to uncirculated and a lovely example of an A/1 prefix £400-500


April 24 and 25, 2012 - London

1636 Treasury Issue, John Bradbury, 10/-, ND (1914), serial number A/4 017992, red, George V at left, value at right (T9), some folds but a presentable good very fine £250-350

1637 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10/-, ND (1914), serial number A/8 086098, red and white, crowned head of George V at left in vertical panel, denomination symbol at left, value in red tablet at centre (T.9), pinholes at right otherwise a solid very fine £150-200

1638 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10/-, ND (1914), serial number A/9 360203, red and white, head of George V at left, value in red tablet at centre, value at right (T.9), creased, otherwise about extremely fine, pleasing £200-300

1639 Treasury Issue, John Bradbury, £1, ND (1914), serial number A/5 00004, black and white, George V at top left, arms at top right, value at low left (T11.1), mounting traces but an original about extremely fine and a very low serial number £400-500

1640 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1, ND (1914), serial number A/60 12292, black and white, crowned head of George V top left, arms top right, value in red tablet at centre (T 11.1), central crease otherwise a fresh and original extremely fine, scarce £250-300

1641 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1, ND (1914), serial number B/3 93480 black and white, George V in profile at top left, arms at top right, value at low left and in ornate tablet at centre (T.11.1), single central fold, paper condition excellent, overall good extremely fine £150-200 Page 11


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1641A Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1, second issue, ND (1914), serial number X/51 50192, black and white, crowned head of George V top right, arms top left (T 11.1), central crease but fresh, about extremely fine £120-160

1642 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10/-, ND (1915), serial number A/26 23973, red and white, George V in profile at top left, arms at top right, value at low left and in ornate tablet at centre (T.12), single central fold but otherwise superb condition, good extremely fine £150-200

1644 Treasury Issue, John Bradbury, 10/-, ND (1915), serial number W1/32 084622, red, George V at top left, arms at top right, value at low left (T13.2), slight mounting traces, crisp and original extremely fine £350-450

1645 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10 shilling, second issue, ND (1915), prefix X1/76 red & white, crowned head of George V top left, arms top right (T.13.2) fresh about extremely fine £150-200

1643 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10/-, and £1, both second issue, ND (1914-1915), prefixes K/66, F1/80, red and white and black and white (T 12.1, 11.2), very fine (2) £120-180

1646 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1, ND (1915), serial number M/36 42391, black and white, crowned head of George V in profile at top left, arms at top right, value at low left and in black tablet at centre, red overprint at centre, ‘PIASTRES SILVER ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY’ (T.14), three vertical folds and some other small creases but paper quality excellent, very fine and scarce £2,500-3,000 www.spink.com


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1647 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10/-, ND (1915), serial number Y/26 084816, red and white, crowned head of George V in profile at top left, arms at top right, value at low left and in red tablet at centre, black overprint at centre, ‘PIASTRES SILVER SIXTY’ (T.15), pinholes, three vertical folds and some other small creases but paper quality excellent, very fine and scarce £300-400

1648 Treasury Series, 10/-, ND (1915), prefix Z/19, red and white with black Arabic overprint ‘PIASTRES SILVER SIXTY’ (T.15), fine £200-300

1649 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10/-, ND (1915), prefix Z/29, red and white with Arabic overprint ‘PIASTRES SILVER SIXTY’ (T 15), VG, quite presentable and scarce £200-250

1650 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1 ND (c.1917), serial number W/87 191127, green, brown, lilac and white, crowned head of George V at right, Saint George and the dragon at left, printed signature of John Bradbury low right (T16 for similar though this is a larger format trial type), small split top left margin, pinholed at left and central crease otherwise good very fine and very rare £1,000-1,400

1651 Treasury Series, £1, two examples of blank watermarked paper for the third issue of 1917 (cf, T.16 for type), good extremely fine (2) £50-60

1652 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1, ND (1917), serial number A/39 171226, brown, purple and green, George V in profile at right, Saint George and the dragon at left, value at low left and in ornate tablet at centre (T.16), single central fold, good extremely fine £50-70 Page 13


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1653 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1, ND (1917), serial number F/72 430040, green, brown and lilac, Saint George and the dragon at left, crowned head of George V at right (T 16), about extremely fine £80-100

1654 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1, ND (1917), serial number G/51 792004, green, brown, lilac and white, crowned head of George V top right, St George and the dragon at left, value at centre and low left, rev. brown, Houses of Parliament at centre (cf T 16 for type), washed, discoloured and hand stamped CANCELLED above serial numbers, but serial number genuine, likely a trial or specimen, extremely fine, extremely rare and unusual £800-1,000

1656 Treasury Issue, John Bradbury, 10/-, ND (1918), serial number A/7 236484, brown and green, George V at right, Britannia at left, and £1, ND (1918), serial number A/21 012083, brown, green and purple, George V at right, Britannia at left (Pick T16, T18), light mounting traces, 10/- about uncirculated, £1 about extremely fine (2) £500-700

1657 Treasury Issue, John Bradbury, 10/-, ND (1918), serial number A/10 939291 (dot), green, lilac and white, Britannia at left, crowned head of George V at right, value at centre, value low left and top right, reverse green, value at centre (T.17), extremely fine and scarce £250-300

1655 Treasury Series, a partly printed £1, ND (c. 1917), on large format watermarked paper, green text on white-cream paper, St George, dragon, George V and value at centre omitted, handstamp CANCELLED in place of serial numbers, reverse blank (T. unlisted), probably an early trial for the large format trial issue of £1 with prefix W/87, about extremely fine and an interesting rarity £300-400 1658 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10/-, ND (1918), serial number A/40 227934 (dot), green, lilac and white, Britannia at left, crowned vignette of George V at right, value at centre, low left and top right, reverse green and white, value at centre (T.17), about uncirculated, scarce £200-300 www.spink.com


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1659 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10/-, ND (1918), serial number A/2 512216 (dash), green, lilac and white, Britannia at left, crowned vignette of George V at right, value at centre, low left and top right, reverse green and white, value at centre (T.18), central crease otherwise good extremely fine and scarce £200-300

1660 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10/-, ND (1918), serial number A/9 871022, brown, purple and green, George V in profile at right, Britannia at left, value at low left and top right and in ornate tablet at centre (T.18), very faint central fold, overall good extremely fine £150-200

1661 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10/- ND (1918), black serial number A/11 275813, green, white and lilac, Britannia at left, crowned head of George V at right (T 18), fresh and original, good very fine, scarce £200-250

1662 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10/-, ND (1918), red serial number B/8 592501 (dash), green, white and lilac, Britannia at left, crowned head of George V at right (T 20), fresh extremely fine, scarce £200-250

1663 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10/-, ND (1918), serial number B/12 216690, brown, purple and green, George V in profile at right, Britannia at left, value at low left and top right and in ornate tablet at centre (T.20), faint central fold, overall good extremely fine £150-200

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N. F. Warren-Fisher

1664 Treasury Series, N. F. Warren-Fisher, £1 (7), ND (1919-) green, lilac & white, Saint George & dragon at left, George V at right (T24, 31) generally good very fine (7) £150-200

1667 Treasury Series, N. F. Warren-Fisher, 10/-, ND (1922), prefix L/56, green, white and lilac, Britannia, £1, ND (1923), prefix DI/50, green brown and lilac, Saint George and the dragon (T. 30, 31), good very fine, the £1 extremely fine but with Faulkner stamp on reverse. (2) £100-150

1668 Treasury Series, N. F. Warren-Fisher, 10/- (8), ND (1922), various prefixes, green, white and lilac, Britannia at left, crowned head of George V at right, reverse value at centre (T 30 ), VG to fine (8) £100-140

1665 Treasury Series, N. F. Warren-Fisher, £1 (18), ND (1919), various prefixes, purple, brown, green and lilac, Saint George and the dragon at left, crowned head of George V at right, reverse the Houses of Parliament at centre (T 24), generally fine to very fine (18) £200-300

1669 Treasury Series, N. F. Warren-Fisher, £1 (9), ND (1923), various prefixes, purple, brown, green and lilac, Saint George and the dragon at left, crowned head of George V at right, reverse the Houses of Parliament at centre (T 31), good very fine, a tidy lot (9) £200-300

1666 Treasury Series, N. F. Warren-Fisher, 108- (2), red, prefixes F/58 (dash) and U/82, also £1 (2), prefixes U1/34 and U/190, the first with number 006666 (T.26, 33, 34), generally very fine, the second 10/extremely fine (4) £120-180

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1670 Treasury Series, N. F. Warren-Fisher, £1 (20), ND (1923), various prefixes including A1/99 and Z1/53, purple, brown, green and lilac, Saint George and the dragon at left, crowned head of George V at right, reverse the Houses of Parliament at centre (T 31), fine to very fine (20) £200-300

1673 Treasury Series, N. F. Warren-Fisher, 10/-, ND (1927), serial number W/80 558072, brown, purple and green, NORTHERN IRELAND, George V in profile at right, Britannia at left, value at low left and top right and in ornate tablet at centre (T.33), faint horizontal and vertical central folds, overall extremely fine £60-80

1674 Treasury Series, N. F. Warren-Fisher, £1, ND (1927), serial number X1/33 537030, brown, purple and green, NORTHERN IRELAND, George V in profile at right, Saint George and the dragon at left, value at low left and in ornate tablet at centre (T.35), extremely faint central fold but overall good extremely fine £60-80

1671 Treasury Series, N. F. Warren-Fisher, £1 (20), ND (1923), purple, brown, green and lilac, Saint George and the dragon at left, crowned head of George V at right, reverse the Houses of Parliament at centre (T 31), fine to very fine (20) £150-250

1672 Treasury Series, N. F. Warren-Fisher, £1 (12), ND (1923), various prefixes, purple, brown, green and lilac, Saint George and the dragon at left, crowned head of George V at right, reverse the Houses of Parliament at centre (T 31), fine to very fine (12) £120-180

1675 Treasury Series, a selection comprising John Bradbury 3rd issue 10/- and £1, ND (1917), prefixes A/75 and B/63, green, lilac and white, also N. F. Warren-Fisher 10/- (2), £1 (4), both Ireland and Northern Ireland types included (T 16, 20, 24, 30, 31, 33, 34), generally very fine (8) £250-300

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BANK OF ENGLAND E. M. Harvey

1676 Bank of England, E. M. Harvey, £5, Leeds, 22 October 1918, serial number 72/U 31623, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, value in black tablet low left (B 209a), oval bankstamp top right, various annotations, fine £200-250

1678 Bank of England, E. M. Harvey, £5, Manchester, 4 August 1921, serial number U/85 63634, black and white, Britannia at top left, value at low left (B209af), some discolouration, graffiti at top right, ink stain low left, overall about very fine £250-350

1679 Bank of England, E. M. Harvey, £5, Manchester, 5 June 1923, serial number 204/U 53168, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, value in black tablet low left (B 209af), pressed, repaired at centre and ink numeral removed thus VG £80-120

1677 Bank of England, E. M. Harvey, £5, London, 16 October 1922, serial number 122/D 39668, black and white, Britannia at top left, value at low left (B209a), annotation on reverse, a very presentable very fine £250-300

1680 Bank of England, E. M. Harvey, £10, London, 15 August 1918, serial number 48/K 37305, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, value in black tablet low left (B 209b), a fresh original example, extremely fine, rare in thus grade £500-700

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B. G. Catterns 1683 Bank of England, B. G. Catterns, 10/- (2), ND, prefixes O, N, brown (B.223) and £1 (2), ND, prefixes O, L, green (B.225), uncirculated (4) £70-100 1684 Bank of England, B. G. Catterns, £1 (3), ND (1930), prefixes M01, Z96 and 94A, green, Britannia at left, value at right (B.225, 226), extremely fine to uncirculated, the last note scarce (3) £80-120 1681 Bank of England, E. M. Harvey, £20, London, 15 November 1923, serial number 31/M 80394, black and white, Britannia at top left, value at low left (B209c), some folds and creases, small stain at low left edge but a handsome about very fine £700-900

1685 Bank of England, B. G. Catterns, £1, ND (1930), red serial number 45A 552492, green, Britannia at left, value at right (B 226), uncirculated, scarce in this grade £120-150

C. P. Mahon

1682 Bank of England, C. P. Mahon, £5, London, 21 December 1925, serial number 193/E 61591, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, value in black tablet low left, also a K.O.Peppiatt, £10, 17 December 1935, serial number K/160 53247 (B 215, 242), first pressed fine, second pinholes at left otherwise good very fine (2) £200-250

1686 Bank of England, B. G. Catterns, £5, Liverpool, 6 March 1931, prefix 475/U, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, value in black tablet low left (B 228), ink number top right otherwise extremely fine, scarce £150-250

1687 Bank of England, B. G. Catterns, £5, London, 31 August 1929, serial number 44/D 30487, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, value in black tablet low left (B 228), good very fine £200-250

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K. O. Peppiatt

1688 Bank of England, B. G. Catterns, £100, London, 15 January 1931, serial number 39/O 60290, black and white, Britannia vignette at top left, value in ornate tablet at low left (B232), a fresh original about uncirculated to uncirculated £2,500-3,500

1689 Bank of England, B. G. Catterns, £100, London, 20 January 1934, serial number 45/O 42437, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, value in black tablet low left (B 232), pinholes, otherwise an original very fine, rare £900-1,200

1691 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, £1, Guernsey Overprint, 1941, prefix E15A, green, Britannia at left, value at right and low left (B239A), blue overprint, ‘Withdrawn from Circulation November 10th 1941’, very fine £150-200

1692 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, £5, London, 23 April 1935, prefix A/173, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, value in black tablet low left (B241), an original extremely fine £120-160

1693 Operation Bernhard, K. O. Peppiatt, £5, London, 10 July 1936, serial number A/350 45114, black and white, Britannia at upper left, value in black tablet low left usual pin holes in Britannia, otherwise good extremely fine £40-60

1690 Operation Bernhard, B. G. Catterns, £50, 15 June 1933, prefix 50/N, and K.O.Peppiatt, £5, 5 September 1938, prefix B/269, black and white, Britannia at top left, value at low right, £50 about uncirculated, £5 good very fine (2) £60-80 www.spink.com


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1694 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, £5, London, 11 August 1938, serial number B/261 71213, black and white, Britannia at top left, value at low left (B241), original about uncirculated to uncirculated £120-180

1697 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, £50, London, 15 May 1935, serial number 54/N 88826, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, value in black tablet low left (B244), rust marks top left otherwise an original about extremely fine, rust marks top left otherwise an original about extremely fine (B244) rust marks top left otherwise an original about extremely fine, £350-500

1698 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, £5, London, 16 January 1947, prefix L16, black and white, Britannia at top left, value at low left, also an Operation Berhnard £10, 16 June 1937, prefix K/189 (B241 and B242 for type), £5 very fine, £10 about extremely fine (2) £80-100 1695 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, £5, London, 1 October 1938, serial number B/280 93174, black and white, Britannia in ornate crowned vignette top left, value in black tablet low left (B 241), extremely fine £120-160

1699 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, £5, London, 19 July 1945, serial number J75 054177, black and white, 10/-, ND (25 October 1948), prefix 96K, redbrown, £1, ND (194-), prefix A67D, blue and pink, 10/- (2), ND (1940), prefixes K45D and X26D, mauve, P. S. Beale, £1, ND (1950), prefix Z82C, green (B249, B251, B255, B262, B268), white £5 good very fine, others from very fine to extremely fine (6) £150-250

1696 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, £10, London, 19 January 1938, serial number K/199 97754, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, value in black tablet low left (B.242), extremely fine £180-240

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1700 Guernsey, overprint issue on a Peppiatt £1, 18 September 1941, red serial number C63D A89136, blue and pale pink-brown, Britannia at left, value at right, black overprint ‘Withdrawn from circulation September 18th 1941’ (B.249A), very small split on top left margin otherwise uncirculated and rare in this grade, only 85 believed printed £350-450

1701 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, 10/- (24), ND (1940), various prefixes, violet and mauve, Britannia at left, value at right (B 251), generally almost extremely fine to extremely fine (24) £350-450

1702 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, 10/-, ND (1934), prefix E16, brown, design as previous (B.235), also £1, ND (1934), prefix 11Z, colour and design as previous (B.238), also £1 (3), ND (1948), prefixes R62A, S54A, C408, colour and design as previous (B.258, 260), S54A scarce, uncirculated (5) £70-100

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1703 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, £5 (2), 31 March 1945, prefix H80 and 2 June 1947, prefix M33, P. S. Beale, £5, 13 June 1952, prefix Y06, L. K. O’Brien, £5, 15 December 1955, prefix B58A, black and white, Britannia at top right, value at low left (B255, B264, B270, B276), first thicker paper, heavily folded and split at centre thus good fine, second extremely fine, others folds and graffiti, overall very fine (4) £150-250

1704 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, £5 (23), 1944, 1947, P. S. Beale, 1949, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, value in black tablet low left (B 255, 264, 270), generally fine to very fine (23) £700-900

1705 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, £1, ND (1948), serial number S03S 107662, green on blue underprint, Britannia at left, value at right and low left (B261), central fold but good extremely fine and a scarce replacement issue £150-200


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1706 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, £5 (6), January 1947, L19 two consecutive, L20 three consecutive and a single M64, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, value in black tablet low left (B 264), generally about extremely fine (6) £300-350

1709 Bank of England, P. S. Beale, 10/-, ND (1950), prefix 61B, brown, Britannia at left, value at right (B.265), also 10/-, prefix Z12Z, as last (B.266) and 10/-, prefix 05A, as last (B.267), uncirculated, the last note extremely fine and rare (3) £150-200

P. S. Beale 1707 Bank of England, P. S. Beale, 10/- (2), £1 (3), also L. K. O’Brien, 10/-, £1 (3) (B.265, B.266, B.268, B.269, B.271, B.273, B.274), generally extremely fine, two replacement notes included (9) £60-80

1709A Bank of England, P. S. Beale, £5 (2), 1950, prefixes P79 and T 25, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, value in black tablet low left (B 270), uncirculated (2) £120-160

1708 Bank of England, P. S. Beale, 10/- (20), ND (1950), all J—Z or U—Z, brown, Britannia at left, value at right (B 266), generally extremely fine, several uncirculated (20) £200-250

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L. K. O’Brien 1710 Bank of England, L. K. O’Brien, 10/- (2), ND (1955), prefixes Z99X and 62A, red-brown, Britannia at left, value at right (B.271, 272), uncirculated and extremely fine, the second note scarce (2) £100-150 1711 Bank of England, L. K. O’Brien, 10/-, serial number 51A 103416, red-brown, Britannia at left, value at right (B.272), replacement issue, uncirculated £100-140

1712 Bank of England, L. K. O’Brien, £5 (15), ND (1957), serial number A09 780605-780620, blue and multicoloured, helmeted Britannia at left, Saint George and the dragon low centre, reverse blue, lion and key (B 277), first series, uncirculated (15) £300-400

1713 Bank of England, L. K. O’Brien, £5 (10), ND (1961), serial number A09 780621-630 blue and multicoloured, helmeted Britannia at left, Saint George and the dragon low centre, reverse blue, lion and key (B 277), very slight scuff mark at left margin thus almost uncirculated (10) £250-350 1714 Bank of England, L. K. O’Brien, £5 (10), ND (1961), serial number A09 780631-640 blue and multicoloured, helmeted Britannia at left, Saint George and the dragon low centre, reverse blue, lion and key (B 277), very slight scuff mark at left margin thus almost uncirculated (10) £250-350 www.spink.com

1715 Bank of England, L. K. O’Brien, £5 (9), ND (1961), serial number H 858232/3/4/5 and J 47 540051/2/3/4/5, blue and multicoloured, helmeted Britannia at left, Saint George and the dragon low centre, reverse blue, lion and key (B 280), a little scuffed in places thus almost uncirculated (9) £200-300

1716 Bank of England, L. K. O’Brien, 10/- (2), ND (1961), prefix M04, A29, red-brown, Elizabeth II at right, £1 (5), ND (1960), prefixes B39, 24A, 78Z, B17N, M28, green, Elizabeth II at right (B.282, 284, 285, 286), about uncirculated to uncirculated (7) £50-60

J. Q. Hollom

1716A Bank of England, J. Q. Hollom, £5, ND (1963), serial number A01 858594, blue, Elizabeth II at right (B 297), uncirculated £140-180


April 24 and 25, 2012 - London 1719 Bank of England, Fforde-Page, £1 (2), almost a consecutive pair, serial numbers W56B 397981/984, green, Elizabeth II at right (B.305, 320), uncirculated (2) £70-90

J. S. Fforde

1716B Bank of England, J. Q. Hollom, £5, ND (1963), serial number M05 946491, blue, Elizabeth II at right (B 298), uncirculated, a rare replacement £200-250

1717 Bank of England, J. Q. Hollom, £5, ND (1963), prefix A01, blue and £10, ND (1964), prefix A01, brown, both Elizabeth II at right (B.297, 299), uncirculated, rare (2) £100-150

Fforde-Page

1720 Bank of England, J. S. Fforde, £5, R20, blue, Elizabeth II at right (B312), BYB plate note. First prefix of series, good extremely fine £50-80

1721 Bank of England, J. S. Fforde, £5 (2), ND (1967), prefixes Z77, 62A, blue, Elizabeth II at right (B.312, 314), also £10, ND (1967), prefix A41, brown, Elizabeth II at right (B.316), last, first and first respectively, the £10 scarce, uncirculated (3) £100-150 1722 Bank of England, J. S. Fforde, £5, ND (1967), prefix M11, blue, Elizabeth II at right (B.313), uncirculated, scarce £60-80 1723 Bank of England, J. S. Fforde, £20, ND (1970), prefix A01, purple and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right (B.318), almost uncirculated, scarce £100-150

1718 Bank of England, Fforde-Page, £1 (2), a consecutive pair, overlapping serial numbers X17C 362005/006, green, Elizabeth II at right (B.305p), uncirculated, rare (2) £300-400

1724 Bank of England, a group of £20 notes, including Fforde (3), prefixes A01, M01 and A03, Page (2), prefixes D45 and M03, Gill (2), prefixes 16S and A01 (B318, B319 B328, B329, B355, B358), very fine to extremely fine, several rare prefixes (7) £180-220

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J. B. Page 1725 Bank of England, J. B. Page, a selection of £1 (7), £1 replacements (4), £1 (43), also replacement £1 (5) including MS01, MU01, green, Elizabeth II at right (B 320, 321, 322, 323), generally uncirculated (61) £180-280

1726 Bank of England, J. B. Page, £10 (2), ND (1971), prefixes B70, M01, brown, Elizabeth II at right (B.326, 327), uncirculated, the M01 a rare first prefix replacement note (2) £100-150

1727 Bank of England, J. B. Page, £20, ND (1970), prefix M01, purple and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, St. George and the dragon top centre, reverse purple, Shakespeare at right (B.329), a very rare first of series replacement note, uncirculated £150-200

1728 Bank of England, J. B. Page, £20, ND (1970), prefix M01, purple and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right (B.329), uncirculated and a rare first prefix for this replacement issue £180-240

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1729 Bank of England, J. B. Page, £10, ND (1975), serial number A01 000085, brown, Elizabeth II at right (B.330), uncirculated and a low serial number, first of series £250-350

1730 Bank of England, J. B. Page, £5, ND (1971), prefix M01, blue and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, reverse blue, Wellington at centre right (B.333), about uncirculated, scarce £200-250

1731 Bank of England, J. B. Page, £5, ND (1973), prefix 01M, blue and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, revere blue, Wellington at centre right (B.335), uncirculated and rare first prefix for this replacement issue £200-250


April 24 and 25, 2012 - London 1732 Bank of England, J. B. Page, £1 (3), including prefixes A01 and Z68, £1 (12), £1, prefix A37N, D.H.F. Somerset, £1 (7), including prefix AN01, all green on multicolour underprint, Elizabeth II to right, Britannia at low left (B.337, B.339, B.340, B.341), uncirculated (23) £50-60

1733 Bank of England, J. B. Page, £1, ND (1978), serial number 81R 932403, green and caduceues, Elizabeth II at right, caduceus at centre (B. 339a), uncirculated and a rare experimental issue £300-400

Mixed 1734 Bank of England, J. B. Page, £1 (8), (B.321, 322, 323), £5, (B.324), £1 (4), prefixes A01 (2), A01N, C01N (B.337, 340), J. Q. Hollom, £5 (2), ND (1963), prefix A04, blue, Elizabeth II at right (B.297), J. B. Page, £1 (2), prefix MT16, green (B.323), also £1 (2), prefixes A01, 01A, green, uncirculated (19) £120-160

G. M. Gill

1737 Bank of England, G. M. Gill, £20, 1991, serial number C30 068808, black and purple, Elizabeth II at right, Britannia at left, 59mm x 19mm shark fin at top right (B358 for type), about uncirculated and a striking error £100-150 1738 Bank of England, G. M. Gill, £20 (5), prefix A13, also £5 (37), prefix SC (B 358, 353), uncirculated (42) £350-450

Mixed

D. H. F. Somerset 1735 Bank of England, D. H. F. Somerset, £5, ND (1980), prefix DN01, blue-black on blue and multicolour underprint, Elizabeth II at right (B.343), uncirculated, scarce £80-100 1736 Bank of England, D. H. F. Somerset, £5, ND (1980), prefix DN01, blue and £10, ND (1980), prefix U11, brown, both Elizabeth II at right (B.343, 346), both first series, uncirculated, scarce (2) £100-150

1739 Bank of England, D. H. F. Somerset, £1, ND (198), prefix AS03, £5 (2), ND (198-), prefixes DR87 and DS97, £10, ND (198-), prefix U34, £20, ND (198-), prefix 32A, £50, ND (198-), prefix A02, G. M. Gill, £5, ND (198-), prefix SE68, £10, ND (198-), prefix DU27, £5, ND (199-), prefix A26, £20, ND (199-), prefix A22, G. E. A. Kentfield, £5, ND (190-), prefix T49, £10, ND (199-), prefix EJ48, £20, ND (199-), prefix AD32, £50, ND (199-), prefix L20, M. V. Lowther, £5, ND (199-), prefix EA66, £10, ND (199-), prefix LA76, £20, ND (199-), prefix AA62, £5, ND (200-), prefix HD61, A. J. Bailey, £10, ND (200-), prefix DH02 (B341, B343 (2), B346, B351, B352, B353, B354, B357, B358, B362, B369, B375, B377, B380, B382, B386, B395, B400), mostly uncirculated, a few good extremely fine (18) £300-400 Page 27


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1740 Bank of England, £50 (3), D. H. F. Somerset, prefix B68, G. M. Gill, prefix C25, G. E. A. Kentfield, prefix E01, olive-brown on multicolour underprint, Elizabeth II at right, phoenix at centre (B352, B356, B361), all good very fine (3) £200-250

1743 Bank of England, a group of £50 notes, including Kentfield (6), prefixes A01, LL23, A99, L02, L09, H99, Lowther (1), prefix J01, all black and red on orange underprint, Elizabeth II at right (BB377, B378, B379, B385), generally extremely fine to uncirculated, all scarce prefixes (7) £400-500

G. E. A. Kentfield

1741 Bank of England, G. E. A. Kentfield, specimen £10, ND (1993), serial number AA00 000000, brown, and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, Britannia at left, reverse brown, Charles Dickens (B.368), about uncirculated, rare £400-500

1744 Bank of England, G. E. A. Kentfield, £50, two different serial numbers A48 776178 and A48 776177, black, red and multicolour, Elizabeth II at right (B377 for type), about extremely fine, scarce error for a £50 £150-250

Mixed

1742 Bank of England, a group of £20 notes, including Kentfield (5), prefixes AA01, CL99, X01, X97 and W03, Lowther (10), prefixes AA01, AA02, AA78, DA01, DA43, DA74, LL10, LL34, LL33 and LL12, Bailey, prefix DE46 (B371, B374, B375, B384, B386, B387, B402), generally about uncirculated to uncirculated, several scarce prefixes (16) £380-480 www.spink.com

1745 Bank of England, G. E. A. Kentfield, £50 (4), prefixes A01, H04, L27, LL03, black, red and multicolour, Elizabeth II at right, Britannia at centre left (B.375, B.375, B.377), uncirculated (4) £240-280


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Errors 1746 Bank of England, a small group of errors, including D. H. F. Somerset, £5, prefix DU71, no cashier name printed, £20, prefix 09H, wet inking error, J. Q. Hollom, £1, prefix K20S, concertina error, G. B. A. Kentfield, £50, prefix C27, silver rose missing (B343, B351, B288, B377), £20 good very fine, others about uncirculated (4) £120-160

British Armed Forces

†1749 British Armed Forces, a specimen set of the ND (1948) second series special vouchers, all with metal security strip, comprising 3d brown, green and red, 6d blue-green and orange, 1/- red, purple and green, 2/6 purple, green and orange, 5/- blue and orange, 10/- green and orange, and £1 purple, blue and red, all value at centre and in all four corners, all overprinted with one De La Rue Specimen oval in red or black at lower right on obverse (Pick M16as, M17as, M18as, M19as, M20as, M21as, M22as), mounting traces, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated and a very scarce set (7) £400-600

†1747 British Armed Forces, specimen 3D, brown, specimen 6D, green and 1/-, pink-red, all second series (Schwan-Boling 421s, 422s, 423 for type), first two perforated and red oval De La Rue seal, last note possibly an issued note, mounting traces otherwise extremely fine, scarce (3) £150-200

†1748 British Armed Forces, a specimen set of the ND (1946) first series special vouchers comprising 3d lilac and orange, 6d brown and blue, 1/- blue and green, 2/6 pink and green, 5/- green and violet, 10/- purple and orange, and £1 blue, pink and green, all value at centre and in all four corners, all overprinted with one De La Rue Specimen oval in red or black at lower right on obverse (Pick M9s, M10s, M11s, M12s, M13s, M14s, M15s), mounting traces, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated and a rare set (7) £500-700

†1750 British Armed Forces, a specimen set of the ND (1961) second series special vouchers, all on watermarked paper without metal security strip, comprising 3d brown, green and red, 6d blue-green and orange, 1/- red, purple and green, 2/6 purple, green and orange, 5/- blue and orange, 10/- green and orange, £1 purple, blue and red, and £5 blue, olive and brown, all value at centre and in corners, all overprinted SPECIMEN in red, with two De La Rue Specimen ovals on obverse and reverse (Pick M16bs, M17bs, M18bs, M19bs, M20bs, M21bs, M22bs, M23s), mounting traces, the £5 otherwise good extremely fine, the remainder good extremely fine to about uncirculated and a very scarce set (8) £400-600

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†1751 British Armed Forces, a group of printer’s specimens of the 2nd series comprising 3d, with watermark, brown; 6d (2) with security thread and with watermark, both blue-green; 1/- (3) one with security thread and two with watermark (2), red-orange; 2/6 (2), prefix DD/6 with security thread and prefix DD/7 with watermark, lilac; 5/-, red prefix CD/1 with watermark, blue; £1 (3), prefixes AA/4, AA/9 and no prefix, all with security thread, purple; and £5, prefix EE/1, blue and olive, all perforated CANCELLED except £1 AA/4 overprinted with one De La Rue Specimen oval in black on obverse and £5 overprinted SPECIMEN in red with two De La Rue Specimen ovals on obverse and reverse [Pick M16bs, M17as, M17bs, M18as (2), M18bs, M19as, M19bs, M20cs, M22as (3), M23s], mounting traces, ink annotations in top margin, 35mm slits on both copies of 2/6, otherwise extremely fine to good extremely fine and very scarce (13) £400-600

†1753 British Armed Forces, a specimen set of the ND (1956) third series special vouchers, comprising 3d green, orange and red, 6d lilac and green, 1/- blue and pink, 2/6 green and pink, 5/- orange and green, 10/- red, green and orange, and £1 brown and purple, all value at centre and in all four corners, all overprinted with one De La Rue Specimen oval in red or black at lower right on obverse (Pick M24s, M25s, M26s, M26As, M27s, M28s, M29s), mounting traces, otherwise about uncirculated and another very scarce set (7) £400-600

British Military Authority 1754 British Military Authority, a selection comprising 1/- (5), 2/6 (3), 5/-, 10/- (PM.2, 3, 4, 5), BAF 10/- (2), £1 2nd series (3), £1 3rd series (2), £1 4th series (2), £5 2nd series (2) and 6th series 5p (2), 10 (2), 50p (2), also a North Africa, air drop propaganda £1 BMA generally very fine, balance extremely fine as is the air drop £1 thus better than average for type £140-180

Mixed Lots

1752 British Armed Forces, specimen £5, ND (1958), 2nd series, serial number EE/1 000000, blue & multicoloured, value at centre, left and each corner, reverse blue value at centre and at each corner (Pick M 23) mounting traces, SPECIMEN overprint, perforated, uncirculated, rare £300-400

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1755 A group of English Notes, including Treasury Issue, John Bradbury, £1, ND (1917), prefix E/41, George V at right, Saint George and dragon at left, Bank of England, L.K. O’Brien, £5, ND (1957), prefix C21, Britannia head at left, D.H.F. Somerset, £5, ND (1980), 10/- (5), and £1 (17), a range of cashiers, also Durham Bank, £5, 1883, serial number C/O 885 (T16, B277, B343, Outing 722g for Durham Bank), Britannia £5 about uncirculated, Bradbury £1 good fine, Durham Bank very good, otherwise generally very fine or better (25) £100-120


April 24 and 25, 2012 - London

1759 Bank of England, £5, 27 September 1944, North Africa air drop propaganda note, Peppiatt mauve 10/(2), brown 10/-, O’Brien 10/- (2), Page £1 and £10 (2), also a Newcastle upon Tyne £5, 1838, also a Watts Charity Warrant dated 1881 (B.255, 251, 236, 271, 337, 330), generally good extremely fine, the Newcastle poor (12) £140-180

1756 A group of mainly United Kingdom and some World Notes, including Bank of England, L.K. O’Brien, 10/- (2) (B286), £1(3) (B 281, 282), £1, B69N (B284), £1 (2), prefixes M42, M64 (B 285), also £1, prefix AOIN, small ‘R’ on reverse (B 283), also £5 (2), prefix A, H, blue (B 277, 279), Ireland, Central Bank, £1 (2), £5 (E086, E099) also several Scotland, Kenya, Uganda and USA issues, extremely fine to uncirculated, the £1 AOIN ink numeral at left, fine and scarce (36) £150-200 1760 Bank of England, a group of £10 notes, including Hollom, prefix A16, Fforde, prefix A49, Page (3) including one prefix M06, Somerset (3), Gill (2), Kentfield (10), Lowther (18), Bailey (1) (B299, B316, B327), generally very fine to extremely fine, some uncirculated, several rare prefixes (39) £450-550

1757 Bank of England, a group of £5 notes, including O’Brien (3), including one prefix A01, Hollom (2), Fforde (3), Page (3), including one prefix M02, Somerset (4), Gill (3), Kentfield (3), Lowther (22), Bailey (1), O’Brien A01 and Page M02 about very fine, earlier issues balance very fine, later issues about uncirculated, some scarce prefixes and numbers (43) £300-400

1758 Bank of England, K O Peppiatt, £5, 1945, Catterns £1, prefix T99, £1, blue, O’Brien £1 (2), lion and key £5, Page £1 (B.255, 225, 249, 273, 322), the £5 extremely fine, balance very fine £100-120

1761 Treasury Series, N. F. Warren-Fisher, 10/- and £1, George V at right (T.30, 24) Peppiatt, Beale and O’Brien 10/-, brown, the Beale prefix 27A (B.235, 267, 271), Catterns, Peppiatt, Beale £1, green (B.225, 260, 268), Pippiatt £1, blue (B.249), O’Brien £5, lion and key (B.277) and a Union Bank of Scotland, £1, 1948 (Douglas 41), first two good very fine, balance uncirculated, the 27A scarce (11) £250-300

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1762 Bank of England, a group of 10/- notes (37), including C. P. Mahon, prefix Y51, B. G. Catterns, prefix T83, also a group of £1 notes (85), including C. P. Mahon, prefix C09, K. O. Peppiatt, prefix S09S, several scarce and rare prefixes, but usually lower grades (B210, B212, B223, B261), Mahon 10/- very good, Mahon £1 good very fine, Peppiatt £1 about very fine, balance very fine, a useful lot (122) £250-350

1763 A group of postal orders, including George V, Old Age Pension Order, 10/-, 28 December 1934, serial number A/1 592274 green, George V at centre left, Victoria, specimen 1/- postal order, blue, Victoria at far left, George V, specimen 6 pence postal order, George VI, issued 6 pence, Elizabeth II, issued 5 and 6 shillings, issued 50 pence, issued £1 (2), Irish postal order, 50 pence, pension order extremely fine, postal orders from about extremely fine to uncirculated (10) £150-200

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†1764 Bradbury Wilkinson & Company Limited, uniface advertising notes (2), ND (c.19 ), one blue and multicoloured the other purple and multicoloured with harp at left, maiden (Ceres?) top centre, King’s head at right mounting traces, extremely fine and rare (2) £150-250 1765 Komori Currency intaglio proof press, a uniface advertising note, green, blue and brown, portrait of William Holman Hunt at left, vignette of ‘The Hireling Shepherd’ at low right, uncirculated and an unusual item £60-100

1766 Prisoner of War Camp, 3 pence, serial number A 618772, blue, PIONEER CORPS circular purple handstamp at right, also POW camps in the USA, for 1 cent at Pine Camp and Ruston (Schwan-Boling 464, 1051 for type) good very fine, last two extremely fine (3) £100-120


April 24 and 25, 2012 - London

Debden Sets 1767 Debden sets, a purple leatherette folder of the 1993 series compricing £5mprefix R01, £10 KN01, £20 E01 and £50 E01 all number 500153, all Kentfield signature (C106), as issued £250-300

1768 Debden sets, folders (4) containing 3 sheetlets of £5, 1993, prefixes AB and AC, blue, Kentfield signatures (C107, 108), as issued (4) £150-200

1769 Debden sets, a folder containing £20 (2), 1995, serial number E01/E02 000184, purple, Kentfield signature (C118), as issued £140-180

1770 Debden sets, a boxed set commemorating HM the Queen’s 70th birthday, 1996, containing a £10, serial number HM70 000002, and a proof cupro-nickel crown also a box commemorating the Queen’s Golden wedding anniversary, £10 serial number HM50 000137 and a proof crown (C120, 124), as issued and the first a very low serial number (2) £200-300

1771 Hong Kong 1997, folders (3), large size and one small folder all containing a £5 with prefix 97 (C122a), as issued (4) £60-100

1772 Debden sets, HM the Queen’s Golden Wedding Anniversary, 1997, folders (3) containing £5, serial number HM50 000007, 000120, 000137, also a cupro-nickel crown in each, also Hm the Queen’s 70th birthday £5, 1996, serial number HM70 000002 and cupro-nickel crown, also Millennium issue £5 in folders (4), serial numbers YR 20 000048/49 and 001240/41 (C123, 119, 149) as issued (8) £150-180

1773 Debden sets, HM the Queen’s Golden Wedding Anniversary, folder with £5 (2), serial numbers HM50 000119/134, also cupro-nikel crowns (2), a boxed £10, HM50 000134 and silver proof crown, also a boxed £50 with number EP 50 000009 (C123, 124, 125), as issued, there is NO gold coin with the £50 £150-200

1774 Debden sets, a folder of the 1998 series, contaning £5, 10, 20 and 50, all serial number YR19 980013 (C 129), as issued £150-200

1775 Debden sets, a folder of the 1998 series, contaning £5, 10, 20 and 50, all serial number YR19 980015 (C 129), as issued £150-200

1776 The UK Royal Triplet, a folder containing £10, 1998, serial number BE 98 000116, folders (2) with £10 first and last, serial numbers LA 80 999125/126 and AA01 999125/126, brown, Dickens and Darwin (C134, 157), as issued (3) £150-180

1777 Debden sets, a folder of the 1999 series, contaning £5, 10, 20 and 50, all serial number YR19 990015 (C 138), as issued £150-200

1778 Debden sets, a folder of the 1999 series, contaning £5, 10, 20 and 50, all serial number YR19 990013 (C 138), as issued £150-200

1779 Debden sets, limited edition issue folder, 1999, containing £5, DL99, £10, KK99, £20 CL99 and £50, H99, all 001156, Kentfield signature (C 146), as issued £200-250

1780 Debden sets, folders (4) containing £10, 2000, serial number YR20 000048/49 and YR20 001240/1241 brown, Lowther signature, also a folder commemorationg the Queen Mother and containg a cupro-nickel crown and a £5, serial number QM10 000087 (C 150, 152), as issued (5) £120-160

1781 Debden sets, a folder of the 2003 series containing £5, HA01, £10, AA01, £20 AA01, all number 001277, Lowther signature (C 170), as issued £80-100

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GUERNSEY States Issue

1782 States Issue, 6D, 16 October 1941, serial number K0930, white paper, black, pink and lilac, Marquand signature, value at left and right (Pick 22, McCammon GN 37), uncirculated, scarce £120-160

1783 States Issue, 6D, 1 January 1942, serial number X3251, French paper, black, pink and pale blue, Marquand signature, value at left and right (Pick 24 McCammon GN 35ii), uncirculated, scarce £300-400

x1784 States Issue, 6D, 1 January 1942, serial number 2401, black on blue and lilac, value at left and right, Marquand signature (Pick 24, McCammon GN 35ii), extremely fine thus scarce £150-200

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x1785 States Issue, 6D, 1 January 1942, serial number 2406, black on blue and lilac, value at left and right, Marquand signature (Pick 24, McCammon GN 35ii), uncirculated thus scarce £200-250

x1786 States Issue, 6D (2), 1 January 1942, serial number 2403/2404, black on blue and lilac, value at left and right, Marquand signature (Pick 24, McCammon GN 35ii), an uncirculated consecutive pair thus rare (2) £400-500

x1787 States Issue, 1/3D, 16 october 1941, serial number O 3933, black and brown on white, value in underprint at centre and at left and right, Marquand signature, also a 1/3D, as previous but red-orange 1/at centre (Pick 23, 29, McCammon GN 36iii, 37), fine (2) £100-150


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x1788 States Issue, 1/3D, 1 July 1942, serial number G0713, blue French paper, varblack and brown on blue-grey, value in underprint at centre and at left and right, Marquand signature (Pick 26 var, McCammon GN 37 var), uncirculated and a very rare type with French paper, not in the Peter Stanton collection £400-600

x1790 States Issue, 2/6D, 1 January 1942, serial number A/L 0912, dark blue on pale blue paper French paper, value in orange at centre, value at each corner, Marquand signature (Pick 25A, McCammon GN 38 iii), uncirculated thus quite rare £300-400

x1791 States Issue, 2/6D, 1 January 1942, serial number A/U 3267, dark blue on pale blue paper French paper, value in orange at centre, value at each corner, Marquand signature (Pick 25A, McCammon GN 38 iii), almost very fine, scarce £150-200

x1789 States Issue, 1/3D, 1 July 1942, serial number G0714, blue french paper, black and brown on bluegrey, value in underprint at centre and at left and right, Marquand signature (Pick 26var, McCammon GN 37var), uncirculated, rare £400-600 x1792 States Issue, 5/-, 1 January 1943, serial number A/O 2963, black and white, value in red at centre, value at each corner, Marquand signature (Pick 31, McCammon GN 39 iv), almost very fine, scarce £150-200

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x1793 States Issue, £1, 1 May 1953, serial number 9/O 2958, violet and green, view of Saint Peter Port top centre, value in green at centre, Guillemette signature low right, value at each corner, reverse green guilloche at centre, arms at centre (Pick 43a, McCammon GN 44), fresh and original, good very fine and a scarce early date £200-250

x1797 States Issue, £1 (4), 1963, violet and green, view of Saint Peter Port top centre, value in green at centre, Guillemette signature low right, value at each corner, reverse green guilloche at centre, arms at centre (Pick 43b, McCammon GN 44), good very fine (4) £160-180

x1794 States Issue, £1 (3), 1954, 1962 (2), violet and green, view of Saint Peter Port top centre, value in green at centre, Guillemette signature low right, value at each corner, reverse green guilloche at centre, arms at centre (Pick 43a, b, McCammon GN 44), very fine (3) £140-180

x1798 States Issue, £1 (3), 1963, violet and green, view of Saint Peter Port top centre, value in green at centre, Guillemette signature low right, value at each corner, reverse green guilloche at centre, arms at centre (Pick 43b, McCammon GN 44), very fine (3) £120-140

x1795 States Issue, £1 (4), 1953, 1962 (3), violet and green, view of Saint Peter Port top centre, value in green at centre, Guillemette signature low right, value at each corner, reverse green guilloche at centre, arms at centre (Pick 43a, b, McCammon GN 44), very fine (4) £180-240 x1796 States Issue, £1 (3), 1962 (3), violet and green, view of Saint Peter Port top centre, value in green at centre, Guillemette signature low right, value at each corner, reverse green guilloche at centre, arms at centre (Pick 43b, McCammon GN 44), good very fine (3) £120-160

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1799 States Issue, a miscellaneous group comprising 6D, 1942, 1/3 (2), 1941, 1943, 2/6, 1941, 5/-, 1941, also a States Issue, 10/-, 1966 and £1, Hodder signature (Pick 24, 23, 25, 20, 21, 42c, 45b, McCammon GN 35ii, 37, 38, 39), generally fine, the wartime issues scarce, the 1966 good extremely fine, the Hodder uncirculated (7) £100-150


April 24 and 25, 2012 - London

1804 States Issue, 10/- (16), 1 July 1966, serial number 23/P 3784-3799, lilac and green, value in underprint at centre and at each corner, Guillemette signature, reverse violet, arms at centre (Pick 42c, McCammon GN43), uncirculated (16) £200-300

1800 States Issue, 10/- (10), 1 July 1966, serial number 23/O 3401-3410, lilac and green, value in underprint at centre and at each corner, Guillemette signature, reverse violet, arms at centre (Pick 42c, McCammon GN43), first note crinkled otherwise balance almost uncirculated (10) £150-200 1801 States Issue, 10/- (8), 1 July 1966, serial number 23/O 3453-3460, lilac and green, value in underprint at centre and at each corner, Guillemette signature, reverse violet, arms at centre (Pick 42c, McCammon GN43), uncirculated (8) £120-180 1802 States Issue, 10/- (9), 1 July 1966, serial number 23/O 3492-3500, lilac and green, value in underprint at centre and at each corner, Guillemette signature, reverse violet, arms at centre (Pick 42c, McCammon GN43), uncirculated (9) £140-180

1803 States Issue, 10/- (4), 1 July 1966, prefix 23/O and 10/- (5), serial number 23/P 3727-3731, lilac and green, value in underprint at centre and at each corner, Guillemette signature, reverse violet, arms at centre (Pick 42c, McCammon GN43), one extremely fine, balance uncirculated (9) £120-180

1805 States Issue, 10/- (12), 1 July 1966, serial number 23/P 3959-3970, lilac and green, value in underprint at centre and at each corner, Guillemette signature, reverse violet, arms at centre (Pick 42c, McCammon GN43), uncirculated (12) £200-250 1806 States Issue, 10 shillings (10), 1 July 1966 lilac & green, value at centre and each corner, reverse purple, arms at centre (Pick 42c, McCammon GN 43) five about uncirculated, five fine, in two consecutive runs (10) £150-200 1807 States Issue, 10/- (9), 1 July 1966, various prefixes, violet and green, value in underprint at centre and at each corner, Guillemette signature, reverse violet, arms at centre (Pick 42c, McCammon GN43), ink numeral on one, extremely fine to uncirculated (9) £100-150 1808 States Issue, 10/- (29), 1 July 1966, various prefixes, lilac and green, value in underprint at centre and at each corner, Guillemette signature, reverse violet, arms at centre (Pick 42c, McCammon GN43), generally very fine (29) £120-180

1809 States Issue, £1, 1 August 1945, serial number 2/E 2548, violet and pale green, view of harbour top centre, value in green, guilloche at centre, Marquand signature (Pick 43a, McCammon GN 45) a solid good very fine, scarce £200-300

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1810 States Issue, £1, 1 March 1962, serial number 29/P 1591, violet and pale green, view of harbour top centre, value in green, guilloche at centre, Guillemette signature (Pick 43b, McCammon GN 42) uncirculated, scarce £150-200 1811 States Issue, £1 (5), ND (1969-), prefixes A, B, D, E, H, green and multicoloured, arms at centre, Guilliemette (2), Hodder (2) and Bull signatures (Pick 45a, b, c, McCammon GN 46), about uncirculated to uncirculated (5) £120-140 1812 States Issue, £1 (14), ND (1969-), serial number 439351-439364, green, pink and pale orange, arms at centre, value at left and right, Guillemette signature, reverse green, Castle Cornet at centre (Pick 45a, McCammon GN46), uncirculated (14) £200-250

1814 States Issue, £1 (15), ND (1969-), serial number 439386-439400, green, pink and pale orange, arms at centre, value at left and right, Guillemette signature, reverse green, Castle Cornet at centre (Pick 45a, McCammon GN46), uncirculated (15) £200-250 1815 States Issue, £1 (20), ND (1969-), serial number F212001-020, green, pink and pale orange, arms at centre, value at left and right, Hodder signature, reverse green, Castle Cornet at centre (Pick 45b, McCammon GN46), slight indent top centre otherwise fresh uncirculated (20) £200-250 1816 States Issue, £1 (20), ND (1969-), serial number F212021-040, green, pink and pale orange, arms at centre, value at left and right, Hodder signature, reverse green, Castle Cornet at centre (Pick 45b, McCammon GN46), fresh uncirculated (20) £200-250 1817 States Issue, £1 (20), ND (1969-), serial number F212041-060, green, pink and pale orange, arms at centre, value at left and right, Hodder signature, reverse green, Castle Cornet at centre (Pick 45b, McCammon GN46), fresh uncirculated (20) £200-250

1813 States Issue, £1 (15), ND (1969-), serial number 439365-439379, green, pink and pale orange, arms at centre, value at left and right, Guillemette signature, reverse green, Castle Cornet at centre (Pick 45a, McCammon GN46), uncirculated (15) £200-250 1818 States Issue, £1 (20), ND (1969-), serial number F212061-080, green, pink and pale orange, arms at centre, value at left and right, Hodder signature, reverse green, Castle Cornet at centre (Pick 45b, McCammon GN46), fresh uncirculated (20) £200-250 www.spink.com


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1819 States Issue, £1 (20), ND (1969-), serial number F212081-100, green, pink and pale orange, arms at centre, value at left and right, Hodder signature, reverse green, Castle Cornet at centre (Pick 45b, McCammon GN46), also included a Bank wrapper from Williams and Glyn’s Bank dated 1976, fresh uncirculated (20) £200-250

1822 States Issue, £5, ND (1969-), serial number B871656, violet, value in orange at left, arms in orange at right, Bull signature (Pick 46c, McCammon GN 48) uncirculated £150-200

1820 States Issue, £5, ND (1969-), serial number A978301 violet, value in orange at left, arms in orange at right, Hodder signature and £5, serial number B359321 (Pick 46b, McCammon GN 48), uncirculated (2) £150-200 1823 States Issue, £10, ND (1975-), serial number A080901, blue, red, white and green, Britannia at left, value and gryphons at right, Hodder signature (Pick 47, McCammon GN 48) uncirculated, scarce £400-500

1821 States Issue, £5 (2), Nd (1969-), serial numbers B 240317/318, violet and orange, value at left, arms at right, Hodder signature, reverse violet and multicoloured, St. Peter Port at centre (Pick 46b, McCammon GN 47), uncirculated and a scarce consecutive pair (2) £250-350

1824 States Issue, £10, ND (1975-), serial number A 116862, blue, white and multicoloured, maiden at left with shield and lion, value flanked by gryphons at right, Hodder signature, reverse blue, the Battle of Queenston Heights in 1812 at centre (Pick 47, McCammon GN 48), light crease low left corner otherwise fresh, almost uncirculated, scarce £250-300

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States Issues

JERSEY

1829 States Issue, 6D (3), ND (1941-), red, arms at left, value in field (Pick 1a), also 1/-, blue and brown and 2/-, blue and pale red (Pick 2a, 3a, McCammon JN 244, 245, 246), uncirculated (5) £200-250

1826 International Bank, £1, 9 November 1865, serial number 2062, black and white, also States of Jersey £5, 1 September 1840, black and white, also Saint Saviours Bank £1 (2), 17 January 1832, 1 May 1832, black and white, church top left, arms top right (McCammon JN 99, JN 40), fine to very fine (4) £150-200

1827 Jersey Deposit Bank, £1, 3 December 1866, serial number 447, black and white, value in blue underprint at centre, bank partners at left, arms and wreath top centre, value top right and low left, for G & H Challis Bros. & Co., signed by H. Challis (MaCammon JN105), almost very fine and above average for type, rare thus £500-600 1828 States of the Island of Jersey, £5, 1 September 1840, serial number 1392, black, arms at upper centre, value at upper right and upper left, reverse, blue, ‘JERSEY STATES BOND for FIVE POUNDS BRITISH’, pencancelled signatures (Pick A1b), extremely fine £40-60

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1830 States of Jersey, German Occupation, 1/- (4), dark brown, 2/- (2), blue, 10/- (2), green, £1, purple, all ND (1941-42), arms at top left, value at right and low left (Pick 2a, 3a, 5a, 6a, McCammon JN 245, 246, 247, 248), two 1/- about extremely fine, two very fine, 2/- good very fine, 10/- good very fine, £1 about very fine, an interesting group (9) £250-350


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1835 States Issue, 10/- (8), ND (1963), serial number B861713-720, brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, arms low centre, value at centre and at top left and right, signature 1, Padgham at centre, reverse brown and pale blue, St. Ouen’s Manor at centre, value at left (Pick 7a, McCammon JN 249), ink number on first note, very minor scuffing, uncirculated (8) £150-200

1831 States Issue, 10/- (2), ND (1963), prefix B, C, brown, Padgham signature (Pick 7a), £1, green, Padgham signature, specimen £5, red, Padgham signature (Pick 8a, 9S1, McCammon Jn 249, 250i, 251A), uncirculated (4) £150-200 1836 States Issue, 10/- (10), ND (1963), serial number B861721-730, brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, arms low centre, value at centre and at top left and right, signature 1, Padgham at centre, reverse brown and pale blue, St. Ouen’s Manor at centre, value at left (Pick 7a, McCammon JN 249), very minor scuffing, uncirculated (10) £200-250 1832 States Issue, 10/- (8), ND (1963), serial number B826305-310/312-313, also 10/- (8), serial numbers B826340-347, brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, arms low centre, value at centre and at top left and right, signature 1, Padgham at centre, reverse brown and pale blue, St. Ouen’s Manor at centre, value at left (Pick 7a, McCammon JN 249), very minor scuffing, uncirculated (16) £260-320 1833 States Issue, 10/- (10), ND (1963), serial number B826314-323, brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, arms low centre, value at centre and at top left and right, signature 1, Padgham at centre, reverse brown and pale blue, St. Ouen’s Manor at centre, value at left (Pick 7a, McCammon JN 249), very minor scuffing, uncirculated (10) £200-250

1837 States Issue, 10/- (10), ND (1963), serial number B861731-740, brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, arms low centre, value at centre and at top left and right, signature 1, Padgham at centre, reverse brown and pale blue, St. Ouen’s Manor at centre, value at left (Pick 7a, McCammon JN 249), very minor scuffing, uncirculated (10) £200-250

1834 States Issue, 10/- (10), ND (1963), serial number B826324-333, brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, arms low centre, value at centre and at top left and right, signature 1, Padgham at centre, reverse brown and pale blue, St. Ouen’s Manor at centre, value at left (Pick 7a, McCammon JN 249), very minor scuffing, uncirculated (10) £200-250

1838 States Issue, 10/- (8), ND (1963), serial number B861741-748, brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, arms low centre, value at centre and at top left and right, signature 1, Padgham at centre, reverse brown and pale blue, St. Ouen’s Manor at centre, value at left (Pick 7a, McCammon JN 249), very minor scuffing, uncirculated (8) £150-200

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1839 States Issue, 10/- (12), ND (1963), serial number B 985583-594, brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, arms low centre, value at centre and at top left and right, signature 1, Padgham at centre, reverse brown and pale blue, St. Ouen’s Manor at centre, value at left (Pick 7a, McCammon JN 249), very minor scuffing, uncirculated (12) £200-250

1840 States Issue, 10/- (9), ND (1963), serial number B 999042-050, brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, arms low centre, value at centre and at top left and right, signature 1, Padgham at centre, reverse brown and pale blue, St. Ouen’s Manor at centre, value at left (Pick 7a, McCammon JN 249), very minor scuffing, uncirculated (9) £180-240

1843 States Issue, £1 (13), ND (1963-), serial numbers E 010528-540, green, pale orange and lilac, Elizabeth II at right, arms low centre, value at centre, top left and right, signature 1, Padgham, reverse green, Mont Orgueil castle left centre (Pick 8a, McCammon JN 250i), uncirculated (13) £250-300

1841 States Issue, 10/- (10), ND (1963), serial number B 999051-060, brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, arms low centre, value at centre and at top left and right, signature 1, Padgham at centre, reverse brown and pale blue, St. Ouen’s Manor at centre, value at left (Pick 7a, McCammon JN 249), very minor scuffing, uncirculated (10) £200-250

1844 States Issue, £1 (10), ND (1963-), serial numbers E 010541-550, green, pale orange and lilac, Elizabeth II at right, arms low centre, value at centre, top left and right, signature 1, Padgham, reverse green, Mont Orgueil castle left centre (Pick 8a, McCammon JN 250i), uncirculated (10) £200-250

1842 States Issue, 10/- (16), ND (1963), serial number B 996521-536, brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, arms low centre, value at centre and at top left and right, signature 1, Padgham at centre, reverse brown and pale blue, St. Ouen’s Manor at centre, value at left (Pick 7a, McCammon JN 249), uncirculated (16) £300-350

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1845 States Issue, £1 (10), ND (1963-), serial numbers E 010551-560, green, pale orange and lilac, Elizabeth II at right, arms low centre, value at centre, top left and right, signature 1, Padgham, reverse green, Mont Orgueil castle left centre (Pick 8a, McCammon JN 250i), uncirculated (10) £200-250


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1846 States Issue, £1 (12), ND (1963-), serial numbers E 010561-572, green, pale orange and lilac, Elizabeth II at right, arms low centre, value at centre, top left and right, signature 1, Padgham, reverse green, Mont Orgueil castle left centre (Pick 8a, McCammon JN 250i), uncirculated (12) £240-280 1847 States Issue, £1 (9), ND (1963-), serial numbers E 010595-599 and four single notes, green, pale orange and lilac, Elizabeth II at right, arms low centre, value at centre, top left and right, signature 1, Padgham, reverse green, Mont Orgueil castle left centre (Pick 8a, McCammon JN 250i), uncirculated (9) £120-160

1848 States Issue, £1 (10), ND (1963), serial number G 062361-370, green, pale orange and lilac, Elizabeth II at right, arms low centre, value at centre, top left and right, signature 2, Clennett, reverse green, Mont Orgueil castle at left centre (Pick 8b, McCammon JN 250 for similar), first note cut low right and last two with corner crease otherwise uncirculated (10) £200-250

1850 States Issue, £1 (94), ND (1976-), serial number AB 508406-499, blue and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, arms top centre, Clennett signature (Pick 8b, McCammon JN253), uncirculated (94) £300-400

1851 States Issue, specimen £1 (9), prefixes BB, CB, DB, EB, FB, GB, HB, JB, KB, ND (1972-), blue, Elizabeth II at right, Clennett signature, also issued £1 (11), prefixes AB, CB, DB, FB, GB, HB, KB, JB, LB 92), KB, ZB (Pick 11s, 11a, McCammon JN 253), uncirculated £150-200

1849 States Issue, £1 (3), green, specimen £5 and issued £5, red, £10 (2), ND (1972-), violet, all Elizabeth II at right and Clennett signature (Pick 8b, 9b, 9s2, 10a, McCammon JN 253, 254A, 255), one £10 a Z replacement, uncirculated (7) £200-300

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1852 States Issue, specimen £1 (5), ND (1983-), prefixes MB, NB, QB, PB, TB, and issued £1 (7), prefixes MB, NB, PB, QB, RB, SB, TB, each prefix has serial number 000021, all blue, Elizabeth II at right, May signature (Pick 11bs, 11b), uncirculated (12) £100-150

1855 States Issue, specimen £5 (2), ND (1983-), prefixes HB, KB, brown, Elizabeth II at right, May signature and £5 (3), prefixes HB, JB, KB, all 000021 (Pick 12bs, 12b), also specimen £10 (2), ND (1983-), prefixes EB, FB and £10 (4), prefixes DB, EB, FB, GB, all 000021 (Pick 13bs, 13b), uncirculated (11) £300-350 1853 State Issue, specimen £5 (6), ND (1972-), prefixes BB, CB, DB, EB, FB, GB, brown, Elizabeth II at right, Clennett signature and issued £5 (5), serial numbers AB 000061, EB 000021, FB 000021, GB 000021 and replacement ZB 087211 (Pick 12s, 12a, McCammon JN 254A) (11) £200-300

1854 States Issue, specimen £10, prefix AB, issued £10, AB, specimen £10, BB, specimen £10, CB, issued £10 CB 000021, specimen £10, DB, issued £10 DB 000021, issued £10 DB, issued £10, ZB, replacement, all ND (1972-), Elizabeth II at right, Clennett signature (Pick 13s, 13a, McCammon JN 255, 255A), uncirculated, the ZB almost uncirculated (9) £300-350

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1856 States Issue, £20 (2), specimen £20, serial number AB 000000 and issued £20, serial number AB 000061, ND (1972-), red, Elizabeth II at right, Clennett signature (Pick 14s, 14a), uncirculated (2) £100-150

1857 States Issue, specimen £20, ND (1983-), prefix AB, red-brown, Elizabeth II at right, May signature and £20 (2), serial numbers AB750021, AC000021 (Pick 14bs, 14b), uncirculated (3) £150-180


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1858 States Issue, specimen £1 (7), ND (1989-), prefixes BC, CC, DC, EC, FC, GC (2), green, Elizabeth II at right, May signature, also issue £1 (7), prefixes AC, BC, CC, DC, EC, FC, GC, all 000021, also £1 (7) including one replacement (Pick 1s, 1a), also specimen £5, ND (1989-), prefix BC, purple, Elizabeth II at right, May signature and £5 (3), serial number AC000021, BC000021 and BC999980 (Pick 16s, 16a), uncirculated (25) £200-300

1859 States Issue, £10 (2), ND (1989-), prefixes BC, CC, red-brown, Elizabeth II at right, May signature (Pick 17s), also £10 (5) AB/BC/CC 000021 and BC999980 and CC999997 (Pick 17a), uncirculated (7) £150-200

1860 States Issue, £20, ND (1989-), prefix BC, blue, Elizabeth II at right, May signature (Pick 18s) and £20 (4), serial number AC/BC 000021, AC/BC 999980 (Pick 18a), uncirculated (5) £140-180

1861 States Issue, £50 (2), ND (1989-), serial number AC000021, AC199980, black and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, May signature (Pick 19a), uncirculated (2) £200-250

1862 States Issue, special £1 (4), ND (1993-), green, £1 (12), green, many with low and high serial numbers, Baird signature (Pick 20s, 20a, 25a), specimen £5 (3), purple and £5 (5), all low or or high numbers (Pick 21s, 21a) and specimen £10 (3), red-brown and £10 (5), all low or high numbers (Pick 22s, 22a), uncirculated (32) £200-300

1863 States Issue, specimen £20 (3), blue, Baird signature (Pick 23s) and £20 (5), serial number CC/DC000021 and BC500021 and BC/CC999980 (Pick 23a) also specimen £50, prefix AC and issued £50, serial number AC200021, black and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, Baird signature, ND (1993-) (Pick 24s, 24a), uncirculated (10) £250-350

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ISLE OF MAN

1864 Dumbell’s Banking Company, a part issued £1, 18-, serial number 145507, black and white, arms flanked by a lion and a unicorn top centre, value top left and right and low left, reverse black and white, triskeles at centre (Quarmby 317 for type), fresh good very fine, attractive and scarce £300-400

1865 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £1, 20 May 1940, serial number D/3 2569, blue, green and lilac, view of Douglas Harbour at top centre, manuscript signature at low left, also £1, Paul signature, Series F, specimen 10/-, ND (1961), Garvey signature (Pick 6b, 24s, 29d), fine and uncirculated (3) £100-150

1866 Lloyds Bank Limited, £1, 20 February 1953, serial number D27165, green, black and lilac, arms at centre, Viking longboat low centre, two manuscript signatures below, also two unissued examples (Pick 13a, 13r), first almost very fine, rare, balance uncirculated (3) £250-350

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1867 Martins Bank Limited, £1, 1957, grey, Isle of Man Bank Limited, £1, 1959, blue and green, and Barclays Bank Limited, £1, 1953, brown and green (Pick 19b, 6d, 1b), first two good extremely fine, last about very fine and rare (3) £250-350

1868 Westminister Bank Limited, £1, 21 October 1960, serial number 239941, black and pale yellow, arms top centre (Pick 23Ab), uncirculated £150-200

1869 Government Issue, colour trial 10/-, ND (1961), serial number 000000, violet & multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, triskeles low centre (Pick 24) red SPECIMEN overprint, perforated and about uncirculated £250-300


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1870 Government Issue, 10/- (3), ND (1961-), red, lilac and grey, Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, one no prefix, one A prefix, both Garvey signature, last Stallard signature, A prefix (Pick 24a, b), uncirculated (2) £100-150

1874 Government Issue, £5, ND (1961), serial number 126951, blue and green, Elizabeth II at right, triskeles low centre, Garvey signature (Pick 26a), uncirculated and rare in this grade, a lovely note £600-800

1871 Government Issue, 10/-, ND (1961), red, Stallard signature, 50 pence (2), blue, Stallard and Paul signatures, £1, violet, Stallard, £1, green, Bradvek (Pick 24b, 27a, 28b, 25b, 38a), uncirculated (5) £100-150

1872 Government Issue, £1 (2), ND (1961-) serial number A904081, Garvey, B995201, Stallard, violet and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre (Pick 25a, b), uncirculated (2) £100-150

1875 Government Issue, £5, 1961 (ND), green and blue, radar serial number 304403, Stallard signature, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse Castle Rushen (Pick 26b), about uncirculated and a radar number £300-400

1873 Government Issue, £1 (5), ND (1961-), violet and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, one Garvey A prefix, Stallard C prefix, Paul, D, H, G prefix (Pick 25a, 29a, b, c), uncirculated (5) £200-250 1876 Government Issue, a specimen set of the ND (19723) series comprising 50 pence, A000000, blue, £1, C000000, violet, £5, 000000, blue and purple and £10, 000000, brown and green, all Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at center, Stallard signature (Pick 28s, 29s, 30s, 31s), perforated, red SPECIMEN overprint, uncirculated and rare (4) £500-700 Page 47


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1877 Government Issue, 50 pence (6), ND (1972-), Stallard no prefix, Stallard A prefix, Paul B prefix (2), C prefix and Dawson C prefix, all blue and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, triskeles low centre (Pick 28a, b, c, 33a), uncirculated (6) £120-160

1881 Government Issue, £10, ND (1961-), serial number 112071, brown, green and violet, Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, Paul signature (Pick 31b), uncirculated, rare £500-700

1878 Government Issue, £5, ND (1961), serial number 608300, blue and green, Elizabeth II at right, triskeles low centre, Stallard signature (Pick 30a), counting flick top centre otherwise uncirculated, scarce £200-300

1879 Government Issue, £5 (2), ND (1961), serial number A 294491, B 599994, blue and green, Elizabeth II at right, triskeles low centre, Paul signature (Pick 30b), uncirculated (2) £200-250

1880 Government Issue, £5 (2), ND (1972-), serial number A 747337 and B 999991, blue and redpurple, Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, Paul and Dawson signatures (Pick 30b, 35a), about uncirculated (2) £80-120

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1882 Government Issue, £1 (5), ND (1983), prefixes M (4) and N including M000021, green, Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, Dawson signature (Pick 38) and £1, ND 1983, prefix S, violet (Pick 40a) and £20, 1979, millenium commemorative issue, serial number 000081, red, Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, all Dawson signatures (Pick 32), uncirculated (7) £250-350

1883 Government Issue, £1 (6), ND (1972-), Paul, prefixes E, F, Dawson, prefix H, J, K (2), violet, Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre (Pick 29b, c, 34a), also £5 (2), ND (1979), prefix B, blue and red, Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre (Pick 35a), uncirculated (8) £200-250


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1884 A group of Isle of Man and Jersey Provincial Notes, including Isle of Man Bank Limited, £1, 1959, prefix N/4, blue on red and green underprint, Douglas and Isle of Man Bank, £1, Ramsay and Isle of Man Bank, unissued £1, 18-, Jersey, States Issue, £5, 18-, St Mary’s Parochial Bank, unissued £1, also City of Glasgow Bank, Isle of Man branch, a cheque for £5 and 2/-, 1870 (IM3f), first graffiti on reverse, overall good fine, States Issue, St Mary’s and cheque extremely fine, others very good (6) £100-150

BANK OF SCOTLAND

1887 Bank of Scotland, £1, 15 February 1916, brownyellow, vignette of Hibernia in grey background low centre, arms top centre, arms and medallions at left, MacDonald signature (Douglas 76a.5), small split at left margin, otherwise very fine, scarce £100-150 1885 Guernsey, States Issue, 10/-, 1 July 1966, serial number 23/R 1235, purple on green underprint, Jersey 10/-, ND (1963 issue), serial number C082121, brown on multicolour underprint, Isle of man 50p, ND (1969 issue), serial number 023352, turquoise on multicolour underprint, Isle of Man 50p (10), ND (1972 issue), consecutive serial numbers B510977 to B510986, turquoise on multicolour underprint (GU32b, JE10, IM23, IM23c), all about uncirculated to uncirculated (13) £200-250

1886 A selection of Notes from Islands, Guernsey, 10/(4), 1966, Herm Island £1, 1956, serial number A0141, green, Douglas and Isle of Man Bank, £1, 1842, Jersey World War II 6d, and an unissued Bible Christian church £1 mixed, Guernsey and Herm uncirculated (8) £100-150

1888 Bank of Scotland, £20, 17 July 1915, prefix 1/E, orange-brown, arms top centre, arms in vertical panel at left, value in red lozenge top left and right, Scotia in grey at centre, Macdonald signature (Douglas 79-1), almost very fine £350-450

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1889 Bank of Scotland, £10, 28 June 1938, serial number 3/C 6897, orange-brown, arms top centre and at left, Scotia in grey vignette at centre, Elphinstone and Beveridge signatures (Douglas 88a-1), ink numeral top centre and annotation on reverse, good fine and scarce £150-200

1892 Bank of Scotland, £100, 14 November 1962, serial number 6/M 0912, orange-brown, value in maroon tablet top left and right, Scotia in blue vignette at centre, arms top centre and in vertical panel at left, printed signatures of Bilsland and Watson low centre (Douglas 90b-1), light creases, fresh extremely fine and rare in this grade £800-1,000

1890 Bank of Scotland, £10, 26 September 1963, prefix 6/C, orange-brown, arms top centre, arms in vertical panel at left, Scotia in blue vignette at centre, Bilsland and Watson signatures (Douglas 88b-1), very fine £120-180

1893 Bank of Scotland, £100, 22 January 1992, serial number A291701, red and orange on multicolour underprint, Sir Walter Scott at right, reverse red, bank building (SC175), crisp and uncirculated £250-350

1891 Bank of Scotland, £20, 27 March 1958, serial number 4/D 3670, orange-brown, arms at left and top centre, Scotia in blue seal at centre, Bilsland and Watson signatures, also £5 (2), 1960 and £1, 1933 (Douglas 89a-3, 95-3, 81-1), first good extremely fine, balance about very fine (4) £140-180 www.spink.com

1894 Bank of Scotland, £100, 18 August 1997, serial number AA250019, red on multicolour underprint, Sir Walter Scott at left, reverse red, golfers (SC176), uncirculated £220-280


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1895 Bank of Scotland, £1, Edinburgh, 1 October 1957, prefix PO, brown on blue and yellow underprint, £1, Edinburgh, 3 December 1962, prefix GO, brown on blue and yellow underprint, £1, Edinburgh, 25 August 1977, prefix C/85, black and green on a multicolour underprint, £5, Edinburgh, 19 October 1978, prefix AV, blue on multicolour underprint, £10, Edinburgh, 10 October 1979, prefix M, £20, Edinburgh, 16 July 1979, prefix B (SC106c, SC107a, SC109a, SC121c, SC134b, SC145d), £5 uncirculated, otherwise very fine, with some creases, stains and ink marks (6) £80-100

1898 British Linen Bank, £20, 2 July 1942, serial number F/4 8/283, blue and red, arms top centre, Britannia at left, one manuscript signature and printed signature of MacKenzie low centre (Douglas 56-1), good very fine, scarce £200-250

British Linen Bank

1896 British Linen Bank, £1, 1915, £5 (2), 1944, 1962, all blue and red, arms at centre and £1, 1931 (Douglas 47-1, 58-2, 64-1), very good, very fine and uncirculated (4) £80-120

1897 British Linen Bank, £5, 12 October 1938, serial number G/6 5/420, blue and red, arms top centre, Britannia at left, one manuscript signature and printed signature of Dempster low centre (Douglas 54a-2), very fine, scarce £120-180

1899 British Linen Bank, £100, 3 March 1943, serial number Q/3 1/176, blue, red sunburst design at centre, arms top centre flanked by value in oval, Britannia left centre, manuscript signature low left, printed signature of Mackenzie low right (Douglas 57a-1), a fresh and original good extremely fine and rare, attractive £1,500-1,800

1900 British Linen Bank, £100, 27 November 1957, serial number T/3 02/320, blue, red sunburst design at centre, arms top centre flanked by value in oval, Britannia left centre, printed signature of Anderson low centre (Douglas 57b-1), a fresh and original example, two faint creases, about extremely fine and rare, only 500 printed thus the rarest date for type, attractive £800-1,200 Page 51


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1902 British Linen Bank, specimen £1 (2), 1961, 1968, blue and red, also Clydesdale specimen £10, 2009, brown, Robert Burns at right (Pick 162s, 169as, 229Js), uncirculated (3) £200-250

1905 Clydesdale Bank Limited, £100, 19 June 1935, serial number F/P 0000233, blue and white, value and Bank title in pale red at centre and top left and right, arms top centre, Bank initials at left, printed signatures of Mitchell and Young at low right (Douglas 18-3), a tidy and original very fine, the paper retaining body, no graffiti, pleasing and very rare, only 500 printed £1,500-2,000

Clydesdale Bank x1903 Clydesdale Bank, Minutes of first meeting held in Glasgow 10th July 1849 plus report £30-50

1906 Clydesdale Bank Limited, £1, 21 January 1925, blue, maidens top centre and at left and right, Swanson and Young signatures also £1 (14), 1938, 1941, 1945, 1948, 1949 (10) colour and design as first note but small format also Clydesdale & North of Scotland Bank Limited, £1 (3), 1952, 1961 (2) (Douglas 19-2ff), first note very good, balance generally very fine or better (18) £150-200

1904 Clydesdale Bank Limited, a sheet of four unissued £20, Glasgow, ND (c.1945), blue and white, value and Bank title in pale red underprint, arms top centre, printed signatures of Mitchell and Young, reverse blue and white, arms at centre, value at left and right (Douglas 17-3), CANCELLED handstamp, about extremely fine and very rare £800-1,000

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Clydesdale and North of Scotland Bank Limited

1907 Clydesdale and North of Scotland Bank Limited, £1 (12), 1950 (2), 1952 (2), 1955, 1956 (3), 1958 (4), blue and orange-yellow, arms top centre, Campbell signature (Douglas 21-1, 21-2), generally very fine (12) £150-200

1911 Clydesdale and North of Scotland Bank Limited, £1 (8), 1 May 1958, serial number A/T 790451/5255/60, blue, pale red and pale orange, shipping low left, pastoral scene low right, Fairbairn signature, reverse blue, river (Douglas 21-2), two consecutive runs, uncirculated (8) £150-200

1908 Clydesdale and North of Scotland Bank Limited, £1 (2), 1 March 1952, serial number F 197546/547, blue, pale red and pale orange, shipping low left, pastoral scene low right, Campbell signature, reverse blue, river (Douglas 21-1), a consecutive pair, soft crease, almost uncirculated (2) £80-100 1909 Clydesdale and North of Scotland Bank Limited, £1, 1 November 1956, serial number A/N 633713, black on a multicolour underprint, North of Scotland Bank Limited, £1, Aberdeen, 1 July 1945, serial number D237908, blue on a yellow underprint, National Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, £1, Edinburg, 4 January 1968, serial number D543074, green on a multicolour underprint (SC311a, SC603, SC712b), uncirculated (3) £80-120

1910 Clydesdale and North of Scotland Bank Limited, £1 (9), 1 May 1958, serial number A/T 790472-80, blue, pale red and pale orange, shipping low left, pastoral scene low right, Fairbairn signature, reverse blue, river (Douglas 21-2), a consecutive run, uncirculated (9) £180-240

1912 Clydesdale and North of Scotland Bank Limited, £1 (10), 1 May 1958, serial number A/T 790481490, blue, pale red and pale orange, shipping low left, pastoral scene low right, Fairbairn signature, reverse blue, river (Douglas 21-2), a consecutive run, uncirculated (10) £250-300

1913 Clydesdale and North of Scotland Bank Limited, £1 (10), 1 May 1958, serial number A/T 790491500, blue, pale red and pale orange, shipping low left, pastoral scene low right, Fairbairn signature, reverse blue, river (Douglas 21-2), a consecutive run, the last note with corner crease otherwise uncirculated (10) £250-300 Page 53


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1914 Clydesdale and North of Scotland Bank Limited, £100, 1 December 1960, serial number A006262, blue and pale yellow, King’s college at left, Glasgow Cathedral at right, Fairbairn signature (Douglas 24-1), good very fine, rare £400-600

1917 Clydesdale Bank Limited, £100, 29 April 1965, serial number C/A 000001, violet and pale green and lilac, arms at right, value at left, printed signature of Fairbairn at low centre (Douglas 31-1), mounting traces around margin thus good very fine and an exceptional number 1 note £1,200-1,800

1915 Clydesdale & North of Scotland Bank Limited, specimen £5, 20 September 1961, serial number B/A 000000, blue & orange, arms at right, Fairbairn signature (Douglas 26-1) mounting traces, SPECIMEN overprint, perforated, uncirculated, scarce £150-200

1918 Clydesdale Bank Limited, £100, 1 February 1968, serial number C/B 000992, violet, orange and green, arms at right, Fairbairn signature (Douglas 31-1), ink annotation on reverse, crease otherwise fresh and almost extremely fine, only 2000 printed £1,200-1,600

Clydesdale Bank Limited

1916 Clydesdale Bank Limited, specimen £1, 1 September 1969, prefix C/Q, green and specimen £5, 1 September 1969, prefix C/AA, blue, both arms at right, Fairbairn signatures (Douglas 27-2) perforated, red SPECIMEN overstamp, scarce (2) £250-300 www.spink.com

1919 Clydesdale Bank Limited, £100, 1 March 1972, serial number D/A 000001, red, Lord Kelvin at left (Douglas 36-1), good very fine and the first note of issue £1,200-1,800


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Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited

1920 Clydesdale Bank PLC, £100, 9 November 1991, serial number D/M 000458, red, Lord Kelvin at left, Hamilton signature (Douglas 36-5), uncirculated, rare £450-550

1921 Clydesdale Bank Limited, £1 and £5, Glasgow, 1 February 1980, serial numbers D/BN 116616 and DD/CM 197426, £10 and £20, 27 February 1981, serial numbers D/C 062493 and D/AF 043655, also Clydesdale Bank PLC, £1, 29 March 1982, serial number D/BU 308743 (SC318c, SC320c, SC322b, SC324b, SC328a), Cydesdale Bank Limited £1 fine, others very fine to good very fine, some folds and creases, some small stains (5) £80-120

1922 Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, £1 (3), 1912, 1917, 1923, prefixes 19D, 20/P, 21/H, blue and orange, bank building top centre and at left and right, two printed signatures below, the 1912 one manuscript and one printed signature (Douglas 44-3, 44-4, 44-5), fine and almost very fine, scarce (3) £200-300

†1923 Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, an obverse and reverse uniface colour trial £5, ND (c.1908), purple, green and pink, Head office top centre, Glasgow and London offices at left and right, classical frieze low centre, reverse purple, Scotia at centre, value at each corner (Douglas 45 for type), good extremely fine, lovely and very rare £500-700

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†1924 Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, a uniface obverse colour trial for a £20, ND (c.1908), mauve, green, yellow and blue, Head Office top centre, Glasgow and London offices at left and right, classical frieze low centre, value top left and right (Douglas 46 for type), small split at left otherwise good extremely fine and very rare £600-800

1926 Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, £5, 2 January 1920, prefix 13/I, blue and orange, also £5, 6 August 1935 and £1, 31 October 1924, both blue, red and yellow, John Pitcairn low centre, classical frieze top centre and £5, 1947 (Douglas 45-1, 49b-2, 48-1), very good, fine and good very fine respectively (4) £150-180

1927 Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, £1, 1924, prefix 22/Y, blue, yellow and red, classical frieze top centre, John Pitcairn low centre, also £1 (8), small format, 1927, 1928 (3), 1941, 1949, 1954, 1956 (Douglas 48-1, 52a-1, 52a-3, 52c-2, 53-1, 54-1), generally good fine or better (9) £120-180

†1925 Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, a uniface obverse colour trial for a £100, ND (c.1908), red, green and blue, Head Office top centre, Glasgow and London offices at left and right, classical frieze low centre, value top left and right (Douglas 47 for type), small split at left otherwise good extremely fine and very rare £800-1,200 1928 Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, £5 (3), 3 August 1940, prefix 14/I, blue, yellow and redorange, classical frieze top centre, John Pitcairn low centre, printed signatures of Thomson and Erskine below, reverse blue, the head office of the bank at centre, value at left and right (Douglas 49b-3), ink numeral on one example, almost extremely fine, otherwise balance fresh and original, soft central crease, good extremely fine and attractive (3) £200-300

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April 24 and 25, 2012 - London 1929 Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, £5 (2), 1944, prefix 15/O, blue, yellow and red, classical frieze top centre, John Pitcairn low centre, Thomson and Erskine signatures (Douglas 49b-4), almost very fine (2) £100-140

1930 Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, £100, 2 January 1947, serial number 12A, 4306, green and multicoloured, Lord Cockburn and maidens top centre, signature of Erskine low right (Douglas 57-1), ink numeral top left, about good very fine and rare £550-650

1931 Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, £1, 1941, £1, 1947 and £1, 1954 and £1, 1958, £1, 1959 (4) also £5 (2), 1955, also National Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited £1, 1959(2), 1962, 1968 (Douglas 52-6, 53-1, 54-1, 55-3, 1-1, 6a-1, 9-1) good very fine to good extremely fine (14) £100-150

National Bank of Scotland Limited 1934 National Bank of Scotland Limited, £1 (2), 1912, 1917, blue, red-brown and yellow, the Marquess of Lothian at left printed signature of Hammomd, manuscript signature below and £1 (3), 1938, 1941, 1957 (Douglas 24-1, 38b-2), very good about fine, last uncirculated (5) £120-180

x1935 National Bank of Scotland Limited, Waterlow specimen colour trial £1, 2 February 1931, brown, pink and pale orange, arms top centre, reverse red, a view of Princes Street, Edinburgh (Douglas 32-3ct), three cancellation holes, overprinted SPECIMEN WATERLOW & SONS LTD, rare and uncirculated £250-350

1936 National Bank of Scotland Limited, £1 (14), 1937 (2), 1938, 1944, 1954 (2), 1957 (3), 1958 (4), 1959, black, red-orange and yellow, arms at centre, Glasgow Cathedral at left, Palace of Holyroodhouse at right (Douglas 34-1, 38a-1, 38b-1, 38b-3), generally good very fine, a few better (14) £120-180

East Lothian Bank 1932 East Lothian Bank, 20/-, 1821, also Douglas and Isle of Man Bank £1, 1811, a lottery ticket dated 1786, an Irish postal order for 5 pence and a Sarum City sight bill dated 1809 Douglas and Isle of Man good, others very fine or better (5) £80-100

1937 National Bank of Scotland Limited, £5, 1 July 1936, prefix A, blue, brown and yellow, the Marquess of Lothian at left, manuscript signature low centre, and printed signature of Drever (Douglas 35-1), fine, scarce £80-120

1933 East Lothian Banking Company, an unisssued £5, Dunbar, 18-, black and white, allegorical symbols of agriculture at left, maidens top centre, also a Tweed Bank, £5, Berwick, 1839 (Douglas 3), good very fine and very good to fine (2) £100-150

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1938 National Bank of Scotland Limited, £5 (2), 1 October 1953, prefix D, blue, brown and yellow, the Marquess of Lothian at left, Dandie and Brown signatures, also £5, 1955, Dandie and Alexander signatures (Douglas 35-6, 35-8), first uncirculated, balance good very fine (3) £140-180

1939 National Bank of Scotland Limited, £5, 1 December 1955, prefix E, blue, yellow and brown, the Marquess of Lothian at left, Dandie and Alexander signatures (Douglas 35-8), uncirculated £140-180

1940 National Bank of Scotland Limited, £100, 1 November 1949, blue serial number A026-580, blue, yellow, pink and brown-red, value in red low centre, arms top centre, the Marquess of Lothian at left, shipping on the Clyde low left, Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace at low right, value at centre, top left and right, printed signatures of Dandie and Brown, reverse blue and pale yellow, Princes street, Edinburgh at centre, value at left and right (Douglas 37-3), small crayon annotation top centre, two creases (as there should be!), fresh and bright, almost extremely fine thus very rare for this type, exceptional £2,000-2,500

1941 National Bank of Scotland Limited, £100, 1 March 1952, serial number A028-186, blue, lilac and yellow, the Marquess of Lothian at left, arms top centre, two printed signatures of Dandie and Brown below (Douglas 37-3), about very fine and rare, a pleasing example £800-1,000 www.spink.com

1942 National Bank of Scotland Limited, £100, 1 November 1957, serial number A003-017, blue and pale orange-yellow, arms low left, printed signatures of Dandie and Alexander (Douglas 41-1), an original good very fine but looks better, rare £800-1,200


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National Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited 1943 National Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, £1 (6), 16 September 1959, two pairs of consecutive notes and a trio, B086581/82, 593/594, 597/598/599, blue, the Forth railway bridge at centre, Alexander signature (Douglas 1-1), soft central crease, fresh, small mark at top margin of one otherwise almost uncirculated (7) £120-180

1944 National Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, £1 (9), 16 September 1959, various prefixes, blue, the Forth railway bridge at centre, Alexander signature (Douglas 1-1), fresh, generally good very fine or better (9) £120-180

1947 National Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, £100, 16 September 1959, serial number A 020515, violet and pale green, arms low right, Alexander signature (Douglas 4a-1), central crease otherwise of fresh appearance and attractive, good very fine, rare £900-1,100

1945 National Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, £5 (2), 1959, 1961, green, also £1 (3), 1959, blue, 1962, 1967, green, also a £20, 1959, pink-red, Alexander signature (Douglas 2-1, 5-1, 1-1, 6a-1, 6b1, 3a-1), generally extremely fine to uncirculated, the last note good very fine (6) £120-160

1948 National Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, £100, 16 September 1959, prefix A, violet and lilac, arms and signature of Alexander low right (Douglas 4a-1), a fresh good very fine, very rare £1,600-2,000

1946 National Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, specimen £20, 16 September 1959, zero serial numbers, red and pale lilac, arms low right, Alexander signature (Douglas 3a-2), red SPECIMEN overprint, uncirculated and scarce £250-300 1949 National Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, £100, 16 September 1959, serial number A004986, purple with multicolour underprint, arms at low centre right, value at each corner, reverse purple, Forth Rail Bridge (Douglas 4a-1), several folds, small tear on right edge, graffiti on reverse in low margin, a handsome and original very fine £700-800 Page 59


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North of Scotland and Town and County Bank Limited

1950 North of Scotland & Town & County Bank Limited, a uniface obverse and reverse £100 colour trial, Aberdeen 1 March 1910, red-brown and green, the Marischal College top centre, arms at left, value at centre and top left and right, reverse green and brown, arms at centre (Douglas 18-1 for standard issue), perforated SPECIMEN, small tear on the reverse otherwise uncirculated, rare and a striking example (2) £800-1,200

1951 North of Scotland & Town & County Bank Limited, £100, Aberdeen, 1 March 1910, serial number A 0001/0001, blue and yellow, the Marischal college top centre, value top left and right, arms in vertical panel at left, colour and design as last (Douglas 18-1), pencil annotation ‘Feb 24/10’ top margin, perforated, good extremely fine, lovely note and extremely rare £2,000-2,500

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North of Scotland Bank Limited

1952 North of Scotland Bank Limited, £20, 1 March 1934, purple and green, the Marishal College top centre, one printed and one manuscript signature (Douglas 25), fine, scarce £150-180

1953 North of Scotland Bank Limited, £100, Aberdeen, 1 March 1930, serial number A 0007/0074, brown and green, Marischal College top centre, value top left and right, arms in vertical panel at left, manuscript signature low left, printed signature of Harvey Smith low right, reverse brown and green, arms at centre, value and bank title in field (Douglas 26-1), ink numeral in top margin, a pleasing about fine and extremely rare £3,200-3,600


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†1954 North of Scotland Bank Limited, an obverse and reverse colour trial for a £1, 1 March 1924, violet and green, the Marischal College top centre, arms at left, value top left and right, reverse green and lilac, arms at centre (Douglas 27-1ct), good extremely fine and very rare (2) £250-350

†1957 North of Scotland Bank Limited, specimen £1, 1 March 1935, serial numbers J0001/0001 and J0500/1000, blue and green on yellow underprint, Marischal College at top centre, reverse arms (Douglas 28-2, Pick S639s), perforated cancelled, ink annotations at top, glue residue at left, otherwise about uncirculated £100-130

1955 North of Scotland Bank Limited, £1 (2), 1 March 1926, prefix E, blue and yellow orange, Marischal College top centre, one with manuscript signature low left (Douglas 27), original fine, scarce (2) £80-100

1956 North of Scotland Bank Limited, £1 (4), 1924, 1932 (3), blue and pale orange and yellow, the Marischal College top centre, arms at left, Stuart signature at right, manuscript signature at left (Douglas 27-1, 28-1), annotation on reverse of 1924, fine to very fine (4) £100-120

†1958 North of Scotland Bank Limited, specimen £1, ND (1938 issue), serial number A000000, and specimen £1, 1 July 1949, serial number F000000, perforated cancelled, both blue and green on yellow underprint, Marischal College at top centre, reverse arms, four punch holes (Douglas 30-1, Pick S644s), red specimen overprint on reverse, about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £100-150

1959 North of Scotland Bank Limited, £1 (5), 1938, 1939 (3), 1940 blue and pale orange and yellow, the Marischal Hall top centre, arms top left and right and low right, Harvey Smith signature (Douglas 30-1), generally very fine £100-140 Page 61


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1960 North of Scotland Bank Limited, £1 (11), 1940 (8), 1945 (3), blue and pale orange and yellow, the Marischal Hall top centre, arms top left and right and low right, 1940 Harvey Smith signature, 1945 Webster signature (Douglas 30-1, 30-2), about very fine to very fine (11) £200-240

1961 North of Scotland Bank Limited, £1 (8), 1947 (4), 1949 (4), blue and pale orange and yellow, the Marischal Hall top centre, arms top left and right and low right, Webster signature (Douglas 30-2), fresh, very fine to good very fine (8) £120-180

1963 North of Scotland Bank Limited, £1 (5), 1 July 1947, all prefix E, blue and pale orange and yellow, the Marischal Hall top centre, arms top left and right and low right, Webster signature (Douglas 30-2), soft crease otherwise fresh, extremely fine (5) £120-180

1964 North of Scotland Bank Limited, £1 (6), 1945 (4), 1947 (2), blue and pale orange and yellow, the Marischal Hall top centre, arms top left and right and low right, Webster signature (Douglas 30-2), fresh good very fine (6) £120-160

1962 North of Scotland Bank Limited, £1 (2), 1 July 1947, serial numbers E465730/531, blue and pale orange and yellow, the Marischal Hall top centre, arms top left and right and low right, Webster signature (Douglas 30-2), soft crease otherwise uncirculated and a scarce consecutive pair £80-100

1965 North of Scotland Bank Limited, £1 (10), 1949, blue and pale orange and yellow, the Marischal Hall top centre, arms top left and right and low right, Webster signature (Douglas 30-2), fresh good very fine or better (10) £200-250 www.spink.com


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1966 North of Scotland Bank Limited, £1 (6), 1 July 1947, and £1 (4), 1 July 1949, blue and pale orange and yellow, the Marischal Hall top centre, arms top left and right and low right, Webster signature (Douglas 30-2), generally very fine, several better (10) £120-180

†1967 North of Scotland Bank Limited, Specimen £1, 1 July 1949, serial number F000000, blue and green on yellow underprint, and Specimen £5, 1 July 1949, serial number EE000000, red, both King’s College, Aberdeen at upper centre, reverse arms, perforated CANCELLED and overprinted SPECIMEN in red on reverse, two punch holes (Douglas 30-2s, 31-2s), mounting traces, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £150-200

†1968 North of Scotland Bank Limited, specimen £5, ND (1938 issue), serial number AE000000, and specimen £5, 1 July 1949, serial number EE000000, perforated cancelled, both red, Marischal College at top centre, reverse arms, punch holes (Douglas 31-2), red specimen overprint on reverse minor glue stains at left, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £400-600

†1969 North of Scotland Bank Limited, specimen £20, 1 July 1949, serial number PT000000, perforated cancelled, green, Marischal College at top centre, reverse arms (Douglas 32-2s), punch holes, perforated CANCELLED, red specimen overprint on reverse, minor glue stains at left, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated, rare £300-400

†1970 North of Scotland Bank Limited, specimen £100, ND (1940 issue)serial number EC0000, purple on pink underprint, Marischal College at top centre, reverse arms, six punch holes, red specimen overprint on reverse (Douglas 33-1), about uncirculated, very rare £700-900

1971 North of Scotland Bank Limited, £100, 1 July 1940, serial number AC 0194, violet, the Marischal College top centre, arms top left and right and low right, Harvey-Smith signature (Douglas 33-1), a fresh good extremely fine, attractive and rare £1,800-2,400

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Royal Bank of Scotland 1976 Royal Bank of Scotland, deposit note for £1000, Edinburgh, 30 July 1762, uniface, black and white, ornamental vignette at left, some folds and small tears but paper has excellent body, overall an original very fine £60-80

1972 North of Scotland Bank Limited, £100, 1 July 1940, serial number AC0422, lilac and black, Kings College top centre, arms at left and right, printed signature of Harvey Smith (Douglas 33-1), an original and fresh very fine, thus rare £1,200-1,400

1977 Royal Bank of Scotland, £1, 2 January 1913, serial number A 568/361, blue and white, bank initials in red-brown at centre, arms top centre, allegorical maiden low left and right, Lunan signature and manuscript signature low centre (Douglas 46d-1), almost very fine £120-180

1973 North of Scotland Bank Limited, £100, 1 July 1940, serial number Bc 0723, violet and pink, the Marischal College at centre, arms top left and right and low right, value at centre and at left and right, printed signature of Harvey-Smith, reverse violet and pink, arms at centre, value top left and right (Douglas 33-1), fresh and original, a bright and attractive example and extremely rare in this grade £2,000-2,500

1974 North of Scotland Bank Limited, £5 (2), 1944, 1947, red and £1 (4), 1939, 1945 (3), blue and Clydesdale & North of Scotland Bank Limited, £5 (2), 1951, 1958 and £1 (3), 1950, 1952, 1955 (Douglas 31-1, 31-2, 30-1, 30-2, 22-1, 21-1), two £1 1945 and the £1 1939 uncirculated, balance very good to very fine (11) £80-110 1975 North of Scotland Bank Limited, £5, 1 March 1928, also £1 (2), 1938, 1947 and a Union Bank £5 of 1953 (Douglas 24), generally fine (4) £70-100

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1978 Royal Bank of Scotland, £1, 1944, 1951, 1954 (2), 1956 (4), 1957 (3), 1958 (9), various prefixes, blue, yellow and brown, arms top centre, maiden low left and right, Brown or Ballantyne signatures (Douglas 48b-1, 48c-1, 48d-2, 49-1, generally good very fine, several better (20) £150-250 1979 Royal Bank of Scotland, £1 (25), 1959 (11), 1960 (3), 1961 (11), blue, yellow and brown, arms top centre, maiden low left and right, Ballantyne signature (Douglas 49-1), generally very fine to extremely fine (25) £150-250 1980 Royal Bank of Scotland, £1 (19), 1962 (8), 1963 (9), 1964 (2), blue, yellow and brown, arms top centre, maiden low left and right, Ballantyne signature (Douglas 49-1), generally good very fine, several better (19) £140-180 1981 Royal Bank of Scotland, £1 (20), small format type, 1964 (13), 1965 (6), 1966, 1967 blue, yellow and brown, arms top centre, maiden low left and right, Ballantyne or Robertson signatures (Douglas 49-1), generally about extremely fine to uncirculated (21) £120-180


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1982 Royal Bank of Scotland, £5 (3), 1923, 1925, 1934, blue, white and brown, arms top centre, printed signature of Speed with manuscript signature below (Douglas 42b-3), very good to fine, scarce (3) £100-150

1983 Royal Bank of Scotland, £20, 1 October 1949, serial number E24 4653, uniface, blue and orange-brown on yellow underprint, George I with lion and unicorn at top centre, flanked by values, ornate blue panel at left (Douglas 44c-1), about uncirculated £200-250

1984 Royal Bank of Scotland, £20, 1 May 1951, serial number E 59/1734/35, blue, brown and yellow, arms top centre, Thomson and Brown signatures (Douglas 44c-1), extremely fine and good, very and a scarce consecutive pair (2) £150-200

1985 Royal Bank of Scotland, £100, 1 July 1940, serial number D 40/7935, blue and cream-white, value in rust-brown tablet at centre and in oval top left and right, arms flanked by a lion and a unicorn top centre, two manuscript signatures low right (Douglas 45b-1), two creases (as there should be), fresh and original, no graffiti, good very fine and rare in this grade £800-1,200

1986 Royal Bank of Scotland, £100, 3 February 1966, serial number G1/106, blue and pale yellow, value in rust-brown tablet at centre and in oval top left and right, arms flanked by a lion and a unicorn top centre, two printed signatures of Robertson and Campbell low right (Douglas 45d-2), uncirculated thus rare, only 500 notes issued for this series £700-900

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1987 Royal Bank of Scotland Limited, £10 (2), 1969, prefix A/1, brown and multicoloured, arms low centre, Robertson and Burke signatures, also £20 (4), all 19 March 1969, all prefix A/1. violet, arms low right, all Burke and Robertson signatures (Douglas 32, 4-1), generally very fine, scarce (6) £150-200

1988 Royal Bank of Scotland plc, specimen £5 (2), 1988, blue, one large and one small format, Lord Ilay at right (Pick 347s, 352as), mounting traces on second note otherwise uncirculated, scarce (2) £150-200

1989 Royal Bank of Scotland plc, £100, 3 January 1985, serial number A/1 331417, red and multicoloured, arms at right, Winter signature (Douglas 17-1), uncirculated and rare £500-700

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1990 Royal Bank of Scotland plc, £100 (2), 24 January 1990 and 30 September 1998, prefixes A/1 and A/2, red on multicolour underprint, Lord Ilay at right, arms at low centre, value at top right and low left, reverse Balmoral Castle (SC882a, SC883a), uncirculated (2) £350-450

1991 Royal Bank of Scotland, £1, 2 January 1962, serial number BG 759126, blue-black on yellow underprint, £1(2), 1 May 1980 and 10 January 1981, prefixes B/84 and C/10, £5, 1 May 1980, serial number A/89 275633, £10(3), 2 May 1978, 1 May 1980 and 1 December 1981, prefixes A/13, A/26 and A/41, £20, 1 May 1979, serial number A/2, £20, 29 April 1998, prefix A/97 (SC803, SC815, SC817, SC819, SC821, SC863), £1’s, £5 and 1998 £20 extremely fine to uncirculated, others fine to very fine (9) £180-220

1992 Royal Bank of Scotland, £5 (3), 1952 (2), 1959, yellow, blue and brown, £5, 1973, £1 (6), 1930, 1941, 1950 (2), 1955, 1963, 1967 (2) (Douglas 50a1, 50b-3, 47-2, 48a-1, 48-b-1, 49-1, 51b-1), generally extremely fine (12) £100-150


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Union Bank of Scotland

1993 Union Bank of Scotland, proof £1, 1864, black and white, value in green concentric circles at centre, arms top centre flanked by maidens, equestrian statue low left and right (Douglas 17), damage low left otherwise good very fine £350-450

1996 Union Bank of Scotland Limited, £100, 18 February 1947, serial number A 90/034, blue and yellow with a red sunburst pattern at centre, arms top centre, an equestrian statue at left and right, value at centre and top left and right, printed signatures of Morrison and Wilson (Douglas 40c-1), uncirculated and a truly handsome example, very rare and desirable £2,500-3,500

1997 Union Bank of Scotland Limited, a sheet comprising a pair of £1, 3 July 1950, serial number C/6 125001, blue, yellow and pale red, arms at left, ship at right, Morrison signature (Douglas 42-1), perforated, good extremely fine £100-150

x1994 Union Bank of Scotland Limited, specimen £20, 31 March 1905, blue and white, value in red at centre, arms top centre, equestrian statue low left and right (PS 808s), PMG 66 EPQ £150-250

1995 Union Bank of Scotland Limited, £5 (3), 3 November 1952, all prefix B, blue, yellow and red, arms at left, ship at right, Morrison signature, £1 (5), 1936 (2), 1951, 1953, 1954 (Douglas 43-1, 41b-2, 42-1, 43-3), the £5 uncirculated, balance very fine or better (8) £120-180

1998 Union Bank of Scotland Limited, £100, 9 October 1950, serial number A003/066, blue, yellow and red, arms at left, ship at right, Morrison signature (Douglas 45-1), good very fine, rare £1,250-1,500

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Gibbons and Williams

The Agricultural and Commercial Bank of Ireland

x1999 The Agricultural and Commercial Bank of Ireland, £1, Enniscorthy, 15 November 1838, serial number 8572, black and white, maiden representing harvest at left, Hibernia at right, value in oval top left and right, two manuscript signatures below about fine, attractive and very rare £800-1,000

2001 Gibbons and Williams, issued £5, Dublin, 1 September 1833, serial number 1282, black and white, habour scene at centre, rural scenes at top left and right (PMI PB 159), numerous folds, some split, discolouration, generally good £80-100

Bank of Limerick 2002 Bank of Limerick, 30/-, 3 March 1820, serial number 900, black and white, arms at left, for Maunsell, Kennedy and Maunsell (PM1 PB 276), poor £100-150

Cork Bank Allied Irish Bank 2003 Allied Irish Bank, £5, 1 December 1984, prefix QN, blue and £10, 1 April 1987, prefix SN, brown (PM1 AI2R, 8), uncirculated (2) £80-120

BANK of IRELAND

x2000 Cork Bank, £1, 1 October 1825, serial number A3566, black and white, allegorical maidens top centre with symbols of trade and communication, arms at left, partners initials top left, value in tablet low left, for Chas. Heny.Leslie and Jno. Leslie and signed by John Leslie (PMI PB 79B), some minor annotations, about very fine, pleasing and rare £1,400-1,600 x2004 Bank of Ireland, £1, 5 June 1824, serial number 44607, black and white, crowned vignette of Hibernia at top left, value in black oval top left, two manuscript signatures below, ornate border around (PMI BA 14), in PMG holder 12 (fine), outer edges backed, extremely rare £2,200-2,600

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x2005 Bank of Ireland, £1, 7 May 1838, Westport, serial number A/G 51541, black and white, Hibernia at left and right with harp and rudder, value in black tablet low left and right, frieze of Medusa heads top centre, manuscript signature low centre (Pick A 14, PMI BA31), in PMG holder, 12 (fine), excessively rare £8,000-9,000

2006 Bank of Ireland, £1, Dublin, 30 September 1921, red serial number B/56 39341, black and white, allegorical maiden and harp at left and right, printed signature of S. Hinton low centre (PM1 BA81), pressed but still a pleasing good very fine thus rare £500-700

2007 Bank of Ireland, £1, 9 March 1936, red serial number B/13 004931, black and white, green and pale blue central design, allegorical maiden and harp at left and right, signature of G. W. Frazer low centre (PM1 BA95), uncirulated, scarce £100-150 2008 Bank of Ireland, £5 (2), 1 September 1958, 1 October 1958, prefixes S/24, S/25, black and white, red central guilloche with Medusa head, maiden and harp at left and right, S. G. Skuce signature (PM1 BA100), uncirculated (2) £100-150 Page 69


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Belfast Banking Company

2009 Bank of Ireland, £10, 26 January 1942, serial number U/11 070061, black and white, blue central guilloche with Medusa head, maiden and harp at left and right, Adams signature (PM1 BA102), uncirculated thus scarce £200-300

2010 Bank of Ireland, £1, 15 November 1943, blue and white Adams signature (PM1 BA96) also £1 (7), ND (1972 -), Chestnutt, O’Neill (5) and Guthrie, including O’Neill £1 serial number F000021 and G000021 and one Z replacement issue (PM1 BA 108ff), uncirculated (8) £150-200

2011 Bank of Ireland, £5 (3), ND, prefixes P, Q, T, blue and multicoloured, maiden with harp at right, female head at left, signatures of Chestnutt, O’Neill and Harrison respectively, also £10, prefix Z, violet and £20, prefix A, green, both O’Neill signature (PM BA 106, 111, 119, 120R, 123), uncirculated (5) £150-200

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2012 Belfast Banking Company Limited, £1, 6 January 1916, serial number J/B 982, black and grey, value in pale blue central panel at centre, arms top right centre and at left, manuscript signature low right, reverse blue and white (PMI BB 49c), piece missing at right margin otherwise fine and a pleasing example, rare £450-550

2013 Belfast Banking Company Limited, £1, 9 November 1939, prefix E/M, black and white, value in blue panel at centre, manuscript signature low right, also £5, 6 January 1966, value in red at centre and £10, 3 December 1963, value in green at centre (PM1 BB65, 70, 75), extremely fine to uncirculated (3) £120-180 x2014 Belfast Banking Company Limited, £5, 2 October 1942, red serial number D/V 6923, black and white, value in red at centre, arms at top and low centre and at left and right, manuscript signature low right (PMI BB69), in PMG holder 64 (choice uncirculated), EPQ £60-80


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2015 Belfast Banking Company Limited, £10, 1 January 1943, green serial number A/K 1061, black and white, value in green at centre, arms top centre, manuscript signature low right (PM1 BB74), last date for type, uncirculated £150-200

2018 Belfast Banking Company Limited, £50, 10 August 1940, orange serial number B3855, black and white, value in orange at centre, arms top centre, manuscript signature low right (PM1 BB83), uncirculated, rare £400-600

2016 Belfast Banking Company Limited, £20, 9 November 1939, serial number D7126, black and lilac, arms at top centre, ornate border, value at centre and top left and right (PMI BB 78), some heavy folds and small edge tears, pinholes and graffiti, overall very good £80-100 2019 Belfast Banking Company Limited, £100, 3 May 1923, black serial number A5398, black and white, value in pink-red at centre, arms top centre, manuscript signature low right (PM1 BB87), fresh good extremely fine, rare £700-900

Central Bank 2017 Belfast Banking Company Limited, £50, 10 August 1940, orange serial number B3824, black and white, orange FIFTY at centre, arms top centre (PMI BB 83), ink annotations, small tear low left otherwise a solid very fine, scarce £200-300

2020 Central Bank, 10/- (4), 1951, 1957, 1964, 1968, orange, green and lilac, Lady Lavery at left, Brennan/McElligott, McElligott/Whitaker, Muimhneachain/Whitaker (2) signatures (PM1 LTN 26b, 40, 47), uncirculated (4) £150-200

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2021 Central Bank, 10/- (17), 1962, 1966(2), 1968 (14) red-orange and green, also £1 (18), 1969, 1974 (4), 1975 (4), 1976 (9), green, also £5 (8), 1973 (3), 1974 (3), 1975 (2), brown, all Lady Lavery at left (PMI LTN 47, LTN 54, 60b, 63, LTN 61a, b), mixed grades including 5 consecutive 10/- and 7 consecutive £1 (43) £180-240

2024 Central Bank, specimen £1, 31.12.99 (c. 1957), serial number in red 01A 000000, green, pale orange and lilac, Lady Lavery at left, McElligott and Whitaker signatures, reverse green (PM1 LTN 41as), perforated, red SPECIMEN overprint, uncirculated and scarce £250-300

2022 Central Bank, £1, 3 February 1943, red prefix 74M, green and pale orange, Lady Lavery at left, Brennan/McElligott signatures, war time code letter G at right (PM1 LTN 22), pressed, about extremely fine £80-120

2025 Central Bank, £1 (2), 1974, 1976, green, pale yellow and lilac, Lady Lavery at left, Whitaker/Murray and Murray/O’Murchu signatures and £5, 23 May 1972, red prefix 45A, brown, pale orange and yellow, Lady Lavery at left, Whitaker/Murray signatures (PM1 LTN 60a, 63, 61a), uncirculated (3) £150-200 2023 Central Bank, £1 (5), 1946, 1954, 1969, 1972, 1974, green and pale orange, Lady Lavery at left, Brennan/McElligott, McElligott/Redmond, Whitaker/Murray (3) signatures (PM1 LTN 27a, 34, 54, 60a, 60aR), uncirculated (5) £120-180

2026 Central Bank, £10 (2), 1950, 1976, red prefixes 50V, 49d, blue, green and lilac, Lady Lavery at left, Brennan/McElligott and Murray/O’Murchu signatures respectively (PM1 LTN 29, 64), uncirculated (2) £150-200

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2027 Central Bank, £10 (10), 1975 (9), 1976, blue and green, Lady Lavery at left, Murray and Whitaker/O’Murchu signatures (PMI LTN 62a, 64), mixed, several good very fine to extremely fine (10) £200-300

2030 Central Bank, £100, 18 June 1946, red prefix 01Z, green, yellow and orange, Lady Lavery at left, Brennan and McElligott signatures (PMI LTN 32), pinholes, small split top centre otherwise very fine, scarce £600-800

2028 Central Bank, specimen £20, 16.01.01 (c.1961), serial number 01X 000000, red and pale orange, Lady Lavery at left, value at right, value at each corner, Muimhneachain and Whitaker signatures reverse red and pale orange, river God at centre, value at left and right (PM1 LTN 51s) (PM1 LTN 41as), black SPECIMEN overprint, perforated, about uncirculated and scarce £350-500

2031 Central Bank, £100 (2), 10 April 1975, red prefix 02Z, green, yellow and orange, Lady Lavery at left, Whitaker and Murray signatures, also £50, 4 April 1977, red prefix 04A, violet and green and yellow, Murray and O’Murchu signatures (PMI LTN59b, 66), ink numeral on £50, generally very fine (3) £300-400 2032 Central Bank, £1 (4), 1977, 1978, 1984, 1985, green, £5 (4), 1976 (2), 1984, 1985, brown, £10, 1978, lilac and £20, 1987, blue, Doyle and Cromien sigantures (PM1 LTN 27aff, 70ff, 73, 83), uncirculated (10) £140-180 2033 Central Bank, £1 (12), 1982-1989, green, blue and white, also £20, 1992, blue (PMI LTN 75, 80, 83), very fine or better (13) £50-80

2029 Central Bank, £20 (15), 1973, 1975 (3), 1976 (11), red and pale yellow, Lady Lavery at left, Whitaker/Murray and Murray/O’Murchu signatures (PMI LTN 57a, b, 65), mixed grades, several fresh good very fine (15) £450-500

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x2034 Central Bank, £50 (2), 1 November 1982, serial number CFK 556934/935, light purple and multicoloured, Turlough O’Carolan at right, O’Cofaigh and Doyle signatures (PMI LTN 79), uncirculated and a scarce consecutive pair, PMG holders 67 EPQ £300-350

x2035 Central Bank, £50, 5 November 1991, serial number KKK 126483, light purple and multicoloured, Turlough O’Carolan at right, Doyle and Cromien signatures (PMI LTN 84R), in PMG holder 55 (about uncirculated), EPQ, scarce £250-300

Currency Commission

2037 Currency Commission, £1, Bank of Ireland, 10 January 1939, green and orange, ploughman and team, Brennan and Johnston signatures (PMI CBI 1), good extremely fine thus scarce £150-180

Munster and Leinster Bank

2038 Currency Commission, £1, Munster & Leinster Bank, 10 June 1929, prefix 10MA, green and pale orange, ploughman and team at centre, Brennan and Cubbins signatures (PM1 CML1), pressed, a pleasing good very fine scarce £300-400

Bank of Ireland

Bank of Ireland Ploughman Series

2036 Currency Commission, £1, Bank of Ireland, 24 March 1932, prefix 33BA, green and pale orange, ploughman and team at centre, Brennan and Gargan signatures (PM1 CBI 1), good very fine, scarce £300-400 www.spink.com

2039 Currency Commission, £5, Bank of Ireland, 14 September 1939, prefix 02BK, brown, green and lilac, ploughman and team at centre, Brennan and Johnston signatures, reverse St. Patrick’s bridge, Cork at centre (PMI-CBI 8), a solid good fine £300-400


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Hibernian Bank

National Bank

2040 Currency Commission, £5, The Hibernian Bank Limited, 8 May 1939, prefix 03HK, brown, green and lilac, ploughman and team at centre, Brennan and Campbell signatures, reverse St. Patrick’s bridge, Cork at centre (PMI-CHB 2), almost very fine, scarce £600-700

2042 Currency Commission, £5, The National Bank Limited, 2 September 1938, prefix 03NK, brown, green and lilac, ploughman and team at centre, Brennan and Russell signatures, reverse St. Patrick’s bridge, Cork at centre (PMI-CNA 2), fine and a scarce branch of issue £300-400

Munster and Leinster Bank

2041 Currency Commission, £5, The Munster and Leinster Bank Limited, 15 March 1933, prefix 02MK, brown, green and lilac, ploughman and team at centre, Brennan and Cubbins signatures, reverse St. Patrick’s bridge, Cork at centre (PMI-CML 2), a solid fine and a scarce branch of issue £300-500

2043 Currency Commisson, £5, National Bank Limited, 2 September1938, serial number 04NK 009573, brown and pale green, ploughman and team Brennan and Russell signatures (PMI-CNA 2), ink numeral on reverse, fine, scarce £150-180

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Northern Bank

2044 Currency Commission, £5, The Northern Bank, 8 May 1931, prefix 01EK, brown, green and lilac, ploughman and team at centre, Brennan and Stewart signatures, reverse St. Patrick’s bridge, Cork at centre (PMI-CNO 6), about fine and a very rare branch of issue £1,400-1,800

2045 Currency Commission, £5, The Northern Bank, 15 March 1933, prefix 01EK, brown, green and lilac, ploughman and team at centre, Brennan and Stewart signatures, reverse St. Patrick’s bridge, Cork at centre (PMI-CNO 6), a solid good very fine and a very rare branch of issue, possibly the finest example extant for this rare type £2,000-2,500 www.spink.com


April 24 and 25, 2012 - London

Royal Bank

Hibernian Bank

2046 Currency Commission, £5, The Royal Bank of Ireland Limited, 6 May 1929, prefix 01RK, brown, green and lilac, ploughman and team at centre, Brennan and Stanley signatures, reverse St. Patrick’s bridge, Cork at centre (PMI-CRB 2), VG but presentable and a rare branch of issue £500-600

2048 Currency Commission, £10, The Hibernian Bank Limited, 5 December 1931, prefix 01HT, brown, green and lilac, ploughman and team at centre, Brennan and Campbell signatures, reverse the Currency Commission building in Dublin at centre (PMI-CHB 3), margins a little untidy and top right tip missing but otherwise good fine and a not unattractive example, scarce £700-900

Ulster Bank

Currency Commission

2047 Currency Commission, £5, Ulster Bank Limited, 15 March 1933, prefix 01 UK, brown, green and lilac, ploughman and team at centre, Brennan and Patton signatures, reverse St. Patrick’s bridge, Cork at centre (PMI-CUB 2), annotation on reverse, fine, scarce £250-350

2049 Currency Commission, £1, 12 March 1937, red prefix OSK, green and pale yellow and lilac, Lady Lavery at left, Brennan/McElligott signatures (PM1 LTD 9), lightly pressed, extremely fine, a rare type £150-200

2050 Currency Commission, 10/-, 3 September 1940, prefix 33F, orange, Lady Lavery at left, war code H, £1, 28 May 1942, prefix 51M, green, Lady Lavery at left, war code V, also Central bank, 10/-, 6 June 1968 and £5 April 1963 (PMI LTN 17, 18, 47, 48a), Currency Commission 10/- very good, £1 some stains on reverse but overall very fine, Central Bank about uncirculated to uncirculated (4) £80-100

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National Bank Limited 2054 National Bank Limited, £1, 1939, £5, 1937 (PMI NA 78, 79), Provincial Bank, £10, 1944 (PMI PR 44), and Bank of Ireland, £5, 1958 and £10, 1929 (PMI BA 100, 101) and Central Bank, 10/-, 1952 (PMI LTN 26b), ink numeral on last note, generally very fine, last extremely fine £100-150

2051 Currency Commission, £5, 2 October 1939, red prefix 42T, brown, pale yellow and pink, Lady Lavery at left, Brennan/McElligott signatures (PM1 LTN 15), uncirculated thus scarce £200-300

2055 National Bank Limited, £10, 1 July 1959, red serial number A45721, pink, green and orange, Hibernia and harp at centre, value at left and right (PM1 NA 83), faint central crease this good extremely fine, attractive, scarce £200-250

2052 Currency Commission, £10, 27 October 1938, red serial number 07V 092961, blue, green and lilac, Lady Lavery at left, Brennan and McElligott signatures (PM1 LTN16), uncirculated thus scarce £200-300

2053 Currency Commission, £10, 5 December 1941, red serial number 13V 067031, blue, green and lilac, Lady Lavery at left, Brennan and McElligott signatures, war time code letter E in field at right (PM1 LTN 20), uncirculated, scarce £250-350

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Northern Bank Limited

2056 Northern Bank Limited, overprint on Northern Banking Company Limited £50, 25 April 1918, serial number 3921, black and white, value in blue at centre, BELFAST in blue low margin, ship, plough and loom top centre, manuscript signature low right (PM1 NR65), fresh good extremely fine, attractive and scarce £600-800


April 24 and 25, 2012 - London

2059B Northern Bank Limited, £1, 1940, £5, 1942 and £10, 1943 with serial number NI/N 00014 (Pick 178b, 180b, 181c), uncirculated (3) £120-180

2057 Northern Bank Limited, overprinted on Northern Banking Company Limited £100, 2 June 1919, serial number 5831, black and white, value in blue at centre, BELFAST in blue low margin, ship, plough and loom top centre, manuscript signature low right (PM1 NR66), fresh good extremely fine, attractive and scarce £800-1,000 2060 Northern Bank Limited, specimen £50, 1 October 1968, prefix N-I/B, black and white, value in blue at centre, ship, plough and loom top centre, value at left and right, reverse blue and white, Bank initials and value, also £1, 1 January 1940, prefix N-I/H, design as first note (PMI NR 84, 68), red SPECIMEN overprint, uncirculated and scarce, £1 uncirculated (2) £300-400

2058 Northern Bank Limited, £1 (2), 1929, 1940, black and white, value in blue at centre, ship, plough and loom top centre, printed signatures of Stewart and White respectively also £10, 1 October 1968, serial number NI/00 01521, as previous but red value at centre, Hill signature (PM1 NR67, 68, 81), good very fine, last two uncirculated (3) £120-150

2059 Northern Bank Limited, overprinted on Northern Banking Company Limited £5, 1 November 1943, serial number NI/T 08221, black and white, value in green at centre, ship, plough and loom top centre, Scott signature (PM1 NR73), uncirculated £100-120

2061 Northern Bank Limited, specimen £100, 1 October 1968, prefix N-I/B-B, black and white, value in blue at centre, ship, plough and loom top centre, value at left and right, reverse blue and white, Bank initials and value (PMI NR 86), red SPECIMEN overprint, uncirculated and scarce £300-400

2059A Northern Bank Limited, overprinted on Northern Banking Company Limited £10, 1 November 1943, serial number NI/N 00102, black and white, value in red at centre, ship, plough and loom top centre, Craig signature (PM1 NR80), uncirculated £120-180

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Provincial Bank of Ireland Limited

2062 Northern Bank Limited, £1 (3), 1970 (2), 1971, green, £5, 1 April 1982, blue and £20, 2 March 1987, violet, all pastoral scene at left, industrial scene at right, ships and docks low centre, signature respectively, also a £5, 1988, blue, W. A. Traill at right (PM1 NR 87, 88, 93, 103, 112), uncirculated (5) £150-200

2063 Northern Bank Limited, a specimen set of the 1 July 1970 series, all zero serial numbers and comprising £1, 5, 10, 20, 50 and £100, all pastoral scene at left, industrial scene at right, shipping and docks low centre, Wilson signature (PM1 NR87, 90, 95, 101, 105), perforated, red SPECIMEN overprint and rare (6) £300-500

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2064 Provincial Bank of Ireland Limited, £1 (2), 1 August 1935, 1 January 1945, prefixes N/C, N/I, black and white, value in green guilloche at centre, bank building top centre, Forde and Kenney signature respectively, also a £5, 5 February 1951, prefix NB, blue-grey, bank building top centre, signaure (PM1 PR84, 85, 93), thinned at centre otherwise about extremely fine, last two uncirculated (3) £150-200

2065 Provincial Bank of Ireland Limited, £10, 10 January 1948, serial number N92360, green, pink and red, bank building top centre (PM1 PR94), uncirculated thus scarce £300-350


April 24 and 25, 2012 - London

2066 Provincial Bank of Ireland Limited, £10 (2), 10 January 1948, serial numbers N98315/98511, pink, green and red, the Head Office in Belfast top centre, value top left and right, Clarke signature (PMI PR 94), original, about extremely fine and good very fine respectively (2) £250-300

2069 Provincial Bank of Ireland Limited, £1, 1 December 1965, prefix LN, green, female head top centre, also £5, 6 December 1965, prefix DN, brown, female head at centre, both Shaw signature (PM1 PR96, 98), uncirculated, scarce in this grade £150-200

2070 Provincial Bank of Ireland Limited, £1 (3), 1968, 1970, 1972, green and £5 (2), 1968, 1972, brown (PM1 PR99, 100), uncirculated (5) £120-180

2067 Provincial Bank of Ireland Limited, £5, 5 October 1954, prefix CN, brown, female head top centre, value at left and right, Shaw signature (PM1 PR97), uncirculated £100-150

2068 Provincial Bank of Ireland Limited, £5, 5 June 1957, prefixes CN, brown, female head top centre, value at left and right, Shaw signature (PM1 PR97), uncirculated £100-150

2071 Provincial Bank of Ireland Limited, £1, 1 January 1977, serial number PN000321, green, £5, 1 January 1977, serial number QN1500021, £10, 1 January 1977, serial number RN000321, purple-brown and £20, 1 March 1981, serial number SN000021, violet, all McClay signature except £20, Hallway signature, also a £5, 1977, serial number QN095551 (PM1 PR101, 103, 105, 107, 103), uncirculated and some very low serial numbers (5) £300-500

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Ulster Bank Limited

2072 Ulster Bank Limited, £1 (3), 1 December 1927, 1 September 1939, 1 May 1956, black and white, value in blue at centre, first two manuscript signature, last note printed signature, ship and allegorical symbols top centre (PM1 UB47b, 56, 62), first good very fine, balance extremely fine (3) £100-150

2075 Ulster Bank Limited, £10, 1 October 1930, red serial number 11866, black and white, value in red at centre, ship and allegorical symbols top centre, manuscript signature of Gore low right (PM1 UB49a), about extremely fine, rare £200-250

2073 Ulster Bank Limited, £1, 1939, £5, 1942 and £10, 1942 (PMI UB56, UB57b, UB58), fine to very fine (3) £100-150

2076 Ulster Bank Limited, £10, 1 April 1943, red serial number 116579, black and white, value in red at centre, ship and allegorical symbols top centre, manuscript signature at low right (PM1 UB59), small graffiti mark on reverse, some scuffing but overall good very fine £100-150

2074 Ulster Bank Limited, £5 (2), 1 January 1943, red serial number 771381 and 1 May 1956, red serial number 852252, black and white, value in green at centre, ship and allegorical symbols top centre, manuscript on 1943, Williams signature on 1956 (PM1 UB57b, 63), extremely fine, scarce £150-200

2077 Ulster Bank Limited, £20, 1 January 1944, red serial number 22181, black and white, value in blue at centre, ship and allegorical symbols top centre, manuscript signature low right of Lamour (PM1 UB59), extremely fine, rare £250-350 www.spink.com


April 24 and 25, 2012 - London

2081 Ulster Bank Limited, £1 (4), 1966, 1971, 1973, 1976, blue and £5 (2), 1986, 1989, brown, all pastoral scene at left, docks low centre, ancient steps at low right (PM1 UB64, 68, 69), uncirculated (6) £50-80

2078 Ulster Bank Limited, £100, Belfast, 1 March 1941, serial number 1118, black and blue, large blue tablet with value at centre, ship, loom and plough at top centre, reverse blue, bank building (PMI UB61), some folds but an overall very attractive and original extremely fine £400-500

2082 Ulster Bank Limited, £5, 1 March 1976, prefix B, brown, £10, 1 March 1976, prefix C, green, pastoral scene at left, docks low centre, ancient steps at low right (PM1 UB71, 74), uncirculated (2) £100-120

2079 Ulster Bank Limited, £50, 1 October 1982, serial number E043518, olive and brown on a multicolour underprint, landscape, bridge and Giants Causeway at bottom, reverse arms (PMI UB80), uncirculated £120-160 2083 Ulster Bank Limited, £100, 1 December 1990, serial number G0101748, dark blue on a multicolour underprint, landscape, bridge and Giants Causeway at bottom, reverse arms (PMI UB86), uncirculated £200-300

2080 Ulster Bank Limited, specimen £100, 1 March 1973, serial number F000000, red on a multicolour underprint, landscape, bridge and Giants Causeway at bottom, reverse arms (PMI UB81s), cancellation hole, uncirculated £150-250

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25 April 2012, London

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I request Spink, without legal obligations of any kind on its part, to bid on the following Lots up to the price given below. I understand that if my bid is successful the Purchase Price payable will be the sum of the final bid and a premium as a percentage of the final bid (together with any VAT chargeable). The Rate of Premium is 20% of the final hammer price of each lot; VAT is chargeable on the purchase price of daggered (†) and (Ω) lots at the standard rate (currently 20%), and on lots marked (x) at the reduced rate (currently 5% on the hammer and 20% on the premium). VAT on Margin Scheme lots is payable at 20% on the premium only. All bids shall be treated as offers made on the Terms and Conditions of Buyers printed in the catalogue. I also understand that Spink provides the service of executing bids on behalf of clients for the convenience of clients and that Spink will not be held responsible for failing to execute bids. If identical commission bids are received for the same Lot, the commission bid received first by Spink will take precedence. Please note that you will not be notified if there are higher written bids received. If you require such notification then this is available on bids made via Spink’s online service.

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DEFINITIONS The following definitions in this condition apply in these conditions.

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Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme

means a VAT margin scheme as defined by HM Revenue & Customs;

Buyer’s Premium

means the charge payable by you as a percentage of the Hammer Price, at the rates set out in clause 5.1 below;

Certificate of Authenticity

means a certificate issued by an Expert Committee confirming the authenticity of a Lot;

Expert Committee

means a committee of experts to whom a Lot may be sent for an extension in accordance with clause 3.4.3;

Forgery

means a Lot constituting an imitation originally conceived and executed as a whole with a fraudulent intention to deceive as to authorship, origin, age, period, culture or source where the correct description as to such matters is not reflected by the description in the catalogue and which at the date of the auction had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description in the catalogue. Accordingly, no Lot shall be capable of being a Forgery by reason of any damage and/or restoration work of any kind (including re-enamelling);

Hammer Price

means the amount of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer in relation to a Lot;

Lot

means any item deposited with us for sale at auction and, in particular, the item or items described against any Lot number in any catalogue;

Reserve

the amount below which we agree with the Seller that the Lot cannot be sold;

Seller

means the owner of the Lot being sold by us;

Spink Group

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VAT

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VAT Symbols

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SPINK’S ROLE AS AGENT 2.1

All sales undertaken by us either at auction or privately are undertaken either as agent on behalf of the Seller or from time to time, as principal if we are the owner of the Lot. Please note that even if we are acting as agent on behalf of the Seller rather than as principal, we may have a financial interest in the Lot.

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The contract for the sale of the Lot will be between you and the Seller.

the first session of the sale. If accepted by us, such request shall have the same effect as notice of an intention to question the genuineness or description of the Lot for the purposes of clause 5.13 (Refund in the case of Forgery) of these Terms and Conditions and the provisions of clause 5.13 (Refund in the case of Forgery) shall apply accordingly. 3.4.2 Notice of a request for an expert opinion or Certificate of Authenticity must give the reason why such opinion is required and specify the identity of your proposed expert which will be subject to agreement by us. We reserve the right, at our discretion, to refuse a request for an expert opinion or Certificate of Authenticity including (without limitation) where the proposed expert is not known to us.

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3.2

Examination of goods You are strongly advised to examine personally any goods in which you are interested, before the auction takes place. Condition reports are usually available on request. We provide no guarantee to you other than in relation to Forgeries, as set out in clause 5.13 of these Terms and Conditions.

3.4.3 If we accept a request for an expert opinion or Certificate of Authenticity we will submit the Lot to the Expert Committee. You acknowledge and accept that the length of time taken by an Expert Committee to reach an opinion will vary depending on the circumstances and in any event is beyond our control.

Catalogue descriptions 3.2.1 Statements by us in the catalogue or condition report, or made orally or in writing elsewhere, regarding the authorship, origin, date, age, size, medium, attribution, genuineness, provenance, condition or estimated selling price of any Lot are merely statements of opinion, and are not to be relied on as statements of definitive fact. Catalogue illustrations are for guidance only, and should not be relied on either to determine the tone or colour of any item or to reveal imperfections. Estimates of the selling price should not be relied on as a statement that this price is either the price at which the Lot will sell or its value for any other purpose. 3.2.2 Many items are of an age or nature which precludes their being in perfect condition and some descriptions in the catalogue or given by way of condition report make reference to damage and/or restoration. We provide this information for guidance only and the absence of such a reference does not imply that an item is free from defects or restoration nor does a reference to particular defects imply the absence of any others. 3.2.3 Other than as set out in clause 5.13, and in the absence of fraud, neither the Seller nor we, nor any of our employees or agents, are responsible for the correctness of any statement as to the authorship, origin, date, age, attribution, genuineness or provenance of any Lot nor for any other errors of description or for any faults or defects in any Lot.

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Your Responsibility You are responsible for satisfying yourself as to the condition of the goods and the matters referred to in the catalogue description. Extensions – Stamps only 3.4.1 If you wish to obtain an expert opinion or Certificate of Authenticity on any Lot (other than a mixed Lot or Lot containing undescribed stamps) you must notify us in writing not less than forty-eight hours before the time fixed for the commencement of

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3.4.4 We will not normally accept a request for an extension on account of condition. Any Lot described in the catalogue as having faults or defects may not be returned even if an expert opinion or Certificate of Authenticity cites other faults or defects not included in the catalogue description, other than in the case of a Forgery. 3.4.5 Should Spink accept a request for an extension under the foregoing provisions of this paragraph, the fact may be stated by the Auctioneer from the rostrum prior to the sale of the Lot. 3.4.6 It should be noted that any stamp accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity is sold on the basis of that Certificate only and not on the basis of any other description or warranty as to authenticity. No request for an extension will be accepted on such a stamp and the return of such a stamp will not be accepted. 4

AT THE SALE 4.1

Refusal of admission Our sales usually take place on our own premises or premises over which we have control for the sale, and we have the right, exercisable at our complete discretion, to refuse admission to the premises or attendance at an auction.

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Registration before bidding You must complete and sign a registration form and provide identification before making a bid at auction. Please be aware that we usually require buyers to undergo a credit check. Some lots may be designated, prior to the auction, as “Premium Lots”, which means a deposit may be required before placing a bid on the item for sale. Information will be posted on our website in such an event.


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Bidding as Principal When making a bid (whether such bids are made in person or by way of telephone bids operated by Spink, commission or online or email bids), you will be deemed to be acting as principal and will be accepting personal liability, unless it has been agreed in writing, at the time of registration, that you are acting as agent on behalf of a third party buyer acceptable to us. Commission Bids If you give us instructions to bid on your behalf, by using the form provided in our catalogues or via our website, we shall use reasonable endeavours to do so, provided these instructions are received not later than 24 hours before the auction. If we receive commission bids on a particular Lot for identical amounts, and at auction these bids are the highest bids for the Lot, it will be sold to the person whose bid was received first. Commission bids are undertaken subject to other commitments at the time of the sale, and the conduct of the auction may be such that we are unable to bid as requested. Since this is undertaken as a free service to prospective buyers on the terms stated, we cannot accept liability for failure to make a commission bid. You should therefore always attend personally if you wish to be certain of bidding. On-line Bidding We offer internet services as a convenience to our clients. We will not be responsible for errors or failures to execute bids placed on the internet, including, without limitation, errors or failures caused by (i) a loss of internet connection by either party for whatever reason; (ii) a breakdown or problems with the online bidding software and/or (iii) a breakdown or problems with your internet connection, computer or system. Execution of on-line internet bids is a free service undertaken subject to other commitments at the time of the auction and we do not accept liability for failing to execute an online internet bid or for errors or omissions in connection with this activity.

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Telephone Bids If you make arrangements with us not less than 24 hours before the sale, we shall use reasonable endeavours to contact you to enable you to participate in bidding by telephone, but in no circumstances will we be liable to either the Seller or you as a result of failure to do so.

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Currency Converter At some auctions, a currency converter will be operated, based on the one month forward rates of exchange quoted to us by Barclays Bank Plc or any other appropriate rate determined by us, at opening on the date of the auction. Bidding will take place in a currency determined by us, which is usually sterling for auctions held in London. The currency converter is not always reliable, and errors may occur beyond our control either in the accuracy of the Lot number displayed on the converter, or the foreign currency equivalent of sterling bids. We shall not be liable to you for any loss suffered as a result of you following the currency converter.

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Video images At some auctions there will be a video screen. Mistakes may occur in its operation, and we cannot be liable to you regarding either the correspondence of the image to the Lot being sold or the quality of the image as a reproduction of the original.

4.9

Bidding Increments Bidding generally opens below the low estimate and advances in the following order although the auctioneer may vary the bidding increments during the course of the auction. The normal bidding increments are: Up to £100 by £5 £100 to £300 by £10 £300 to £600 £320-£350-£380-£400 etc. £600 to £1,000 by £50 £1,000 to £3,000 by £100 £3,000 to £6,000 £3,200-£3,500-£3,800-£4,000 etc. £6,000 to £20,000 by £500 £20,000 and up Auctioneer’s discretion

4.10 Bidding by Spink 4.10.1 We reserve the right to bid on Lots on the Seller’s behalf up to the amount of the Reserve (if any), which will never be above the low estimate printed in the auction catalogue. 4.10.2 The Spink Group reserves the right to bid on and purchase Lots as principal. 4.11 The Auctioneer’s Discretion The auctioneer has the right at his absolute discretion to refuse any bid to advance the bidding in such manner as he may decide to withdraw or divide any Lot, to combine any two or more Lots and, in the case of error or dispute, to put an item up for bidding again. Spink Uni (07/11) (20)

4.12 Successful Bid Subject to the auctioneer’s discretion, the striking of his hammer marks the acceptance of the highest bid, provided always that such bid is higher than the Reserve (where applicable), and the conclusion of a contract for sale between you and the Seller. 4.13 After Sale Arrangements If you enter into any private sale agreements for any Lot with the Seller within 60 days of the auction, we, as exclusive agents of the Seller reserve the right to charge you the applicable Buyer’s Premium in accordance with these Terms and Conditions, and the Seller a commission in accordance with the terms of the Seller’s agreement. 4.14 Return of Lot In the event that you have received a Lot and wish to return the Lot you must notify us in writing within 7 days of receipt of the Lot, stating the reason for the return. The Lot must then be returned to us within 14 days of receipt, in the same condition as at the auction date. Any such request is subject to our sole discretion. 5

AFTER THE AUCTION 5.1

Buyer’s Premium In addition to the Hammer Price, you must pay us the Buyer’s Premium at a rate of 20% of the final Hammer Price of each Lot.

5.2

Value Added Tax Other than in respect of Zero-rated Lots (o) (see VAT Symbols for details), VAT is payable on the Buyer’s Premium and on the Hammer Price, if the Lot has been marked with a sign to that effect in the catalogue (see VAT Symbols for details).

5.3

VAT Refunds General 5.3.1 As we remain liable to account for VAT on all Lots unless they have been exported outside the EU within 3 months of the date of sale, you will generally be asked to deposit all amounts of VAT invoiced. However, if a Spink nominated shipper is instructed, then any refundable VAT will not be collected. In all other cases credits will be made when proof of export is provided. If you export the Lot yourself you must obtain shipping documents from the Shipping Department for which a charge of £50 will be made. 5.3.2 If you export the Lot you must return the valid proof of export certificate to us within 3 months of the date of sale. If you fail to return the proof of export certificate to us within such period and you have not already accounted to us for the VAT, you will be liable to us for the full amount of the VAT due on such Lot and we shall be entitled to invoice you for this sum. 5.3.3 To apply for a refund of any VAT paid, the proof of export certificate must be sent to our Shipping Department clearly marked ‘VAT Refund’ within 3 months of the date of sale. No payment will be made where the total amount of VAT refundable is less than £50 and Spink will charge £50 for each refund processed. VAT Refunds - Buyers from within the EU 5.3.4 VAT refunds are available on the Hammer Price and Buyer’s Premium of Daggered (†) and Investment Gold (g) Lots. You must certify that you are registered for VAT in another EU country and that the Lot is to be removed from the United Kingdom within 3 months of the date of sale. 5.3.5 Where an EU buyer purchases a Lot on which import VAT has been charged, no refund of VAT is available from us. It may be possible to apply directly for a refund on form VAT 65 to HM Revenue & Customs Overeseas Repayment Section, Londonderry. VAT Refunds – Buyers from outside the EU 5.3.6 Where a Lot is included within the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme and evidence of export from the EU is produced within 3 months of the date of sale, the VAT element included within the Buyer’s Premium may be refunded. 5.3.7 Where the Lot is marked as a Daggered (†) or Investment Gold (g) Lot the VAT charged on the Hammer Price may be refunded where evidence of export from the EU is produced within 3 months of the date of sale. A refund of VAT charged on the Buyer’s Premium can also be made on receipt of proof of business as a collectibles dealer. 5.3.8 Where the Lot is marked as an Omega (Ω) Lot or an Import VAT (x) Lot and evidence of export from the EU is produced within 3 months of the date of sale, the VAT charged on both the Hammer Price and Buyer’s Premium may be refunded. Where required, we can advise you on how to export such Lots as a specific form of export evidence is required. Where we advise you on the export of the Lots, please be aware that the ultimate responsibility in respect of obtaining a valid proof of export certificate will lie with you and we will not be responsible for your failure to obtain such certificate.


5.4

Payment 5.4.1 You must provide us with your full name and permanent address and, if so requested, details of the bank from which any payments to us will be made. You must pay the full amount due (comprising the Hammer Price, the Buyer’s Premium and any applicable VAT) within seven days after the date of the sale. This applies even if you wish to export the Lot and an export licence is (or may be) required. 5.4.2 You will not acquire title to the Lot until all amounts due to us have been paid in full to us, even in circumstances where we have released the Lot to you. 5.4.3 Payment should be made in sterling by one of the following methods: II(i) Direct bank transfer to our account details of which are set out on the invoice. All bank charges shall be met by you. Please ensure that your client number is noted on the transfer. i(ii) By cheque or bank draft made payable to Spink and Son Ltd and sent to Spink at 69 Southampton Row, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 4ET. Please note that the processing charges for payments made by cheques or bank drafts drawn on a non-U.K bank shall be met by you. Please ensure that the remittance slip printed at the bottom of the invoice is enclosed with your payment. (iii) By Visa or Mastercard. A charge of 2% will be applied. Payments exceeding £5,000 can normally only be made by the card holder in person whilst on our premises. 5.4.4 Payments should be made by the registered buyer and not by third parties, unless it has been agreed at the time of registration that you are acting as an agent on behalf of a third party. 5.5 Invoices Invoices may consist of one or more pages and will show: Zero rated Lots (o); no symbol Lots sold under the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme; Lots marked (g) special scheme Investment Gold; Daggered Lots (†), imported Lots marked (x) and (Ω), (e) Lots with Zero rated hammer for EU VAT registered buyers. 5.6 Collection of Purchases 5.6.1 Unless we specifically agree to the contrary, we shall retain items sold until all amounts due to us, or to the Spink Group, have been paid in full. 5.6.2 Unless we notify you to the contrary, items retained by us will be covered in accordance with our policy which is available for inspection at our offices from the date of sale for a period of seven days or until the time of collection, whichever is sooner. After seven days or from the time of collection, whichever is the earlier, the Lot will be entirely at your risk. 5.6.3 Our policy will not cover and we are unable to accept responsibility for damage caused by woodworm, changes in atmospheric conditions or acts of terrorism. 5.7 Notification We are not able to notify successful bidders by telephone. While Invoices are sent out by mail after the auction we do not accept responsibility for notifying you of the result of your bid. You are requested to contact us by telephone or in person as soon as possible after the auction to obtain details of the outcome of your bids to avoid incurring charges for late payment. 5.8 Packing and handling 5.8.1 We shall use all reasonable endeavours to take care when handling and packing a purchased Lot but remind you that after seven days or from the time of collection, whichever is sooner, the Lot is entirely at your risk. Our postage charges are set out at the back of the catalogue. 5.8.2 It is the responsibility of the Buyer to be aware of any Import Duties that may be incurred upon importation to the final destination. Spink will not accept return of any package in order to avoid these duties. The onus is also on the Buyer to be aware of any Customs import restrictions that prohibit the importation of certain collectibles. Spink will not accept return of the Lot(s) under these circumstances. Spink will not accept responsibility for Lot(s) seized or destroyed by Customs. 5.9 Recommended packers and shippers If required our shipping department may arrange shipment as your agent. Although we may suggest carriers if specifically requested, our suggestions are made on the basis of our general experience of such parties in the past and we are not responsible to any person to whom we have made a recommendation for the acts or omissions of the third parties concerned. 5.10 Remedies for non-payment or failure to collect purchases 5.10.1 If you fail to make payment within seven days of your stipulated payment date set out in your invoice, we shall be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights or remedies: 5.10.1.1 to charge interest at the rate of 2% per month compound interest, calculated on a daily basis, from the date the full amount is due; 5.10.1.2 to set off against any amounts which the Spink Group may owe you in any other transaction the outstanding amount remaining unpaid by you;

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5.10.1.3 we may keep hold of all or some of your Lots or other property in the possession of the Spink Group until you have paid all the amounts you owe us or the Spink Group, even if the unpaid amounts do not relate to those Lots or other property. Following fourteen days’ notice to you of the amount outstanding and remaining unpaid, the Spink Group shall have the right to arrange the sale of such Lots or other property. We shall apply the proceeds in discharge of the amount outstanding to us or the Spink Group, and pay any balance to you; 5.10.1.4 where several amounts are owed by you to the Spink Group in respect of different transactions, to apply any amount paid to discharge any amount owed in respect of any particular transaction, whether or not you so direct; 5.10.1.5 to reject at any future auction any bids made by you or on your behalf or obtain a deposit from you before accepting any bids. 5.10.2 If you fail to make payment within thirty-five days, we shall in addition be entitled: 5.10.2.1 to cancel the sale of the Lot or any other item sold to you at the same or any other auction; 5.10.2.2 to arrange a resale of the Lot, publicly or privately, and, if this results in a lower price being obtained, claim the balance from you together with all reasonable costs including a 20% seller’s commission, expenses, damages, legal fees, commissions and premiums of whatever kind associated with both sales or otherwise, incurred in connection with your failure to make payment; or 5.10.2.3 take any other appropriate action as we deem fit. 5.11 Failure to collect Where purchases are not collected within seven days after the sale, whether or not payment has been made, you will be required to pay a storage charge of £2 per item per day plus any additional handling cost that may apply. You will not be entitled to collect the Lot until all outstanding charges are met, together with payment of all other amounts due to us. 5.12 Export Licence 5.12.1 If required we can, at our discretion, advise you on the detailed provisions of the export licensing regulations. Where we advise you in relation to export licensing regulations the ultimate responsibility in respect of any export will lie with you and we will not be responsible for your failure to apply for any necessary licences. 5.12.2 If the Lot is going to be hand carried by you, you may be required to produce a valid export licence to us or sign a waiver document stating that a licence will be applied for. 5.12.3 You should always check whether an export licence is required before exporting. Export licences are usually obtained within two or three weeks but delays can occur. 5.12.4 Unless otherwise agreed by us in writing, the fact that you wish to apply for an export licence does not affect your obligation to make payment within seven days nor our right to charge interest on late payment. 5.12.5 If you request that we apply for an export licence on your behalf, we shall be entitled to recover from you our disbursements and out of pocket expenses in relation to such application, together with any relevant VAT. 5.12.6 We will not be obliged to rescind a sale nor to refund any interest or other expenses incurred by you where payment is made by you despite the fact that an export licence is required. 5.13 Refund in the case of Forgery 5.13.1 A sale will be cancelled, and the amount paid refunded to you if a Lot (other than a miscellaneous item not described in the catalogue) sold by us proves to have been a Forgery. We shall not however be obliged to refund any amounts if either (a) the catalogue description or saleroom notice at the auction date corresponded to the generally accepted opinion of scholars or experts at that time, or fairly indicated that there was a conflict of opinions, or (b) it can be demonstrated that the Lot is a Forgery only by means of either a scientific process not generally accepted for use until after publication of the catalogue or a process which at the date of the auction was unreasonably expensive or impracticable or likely to have caused damage to the Lot. Furthermore, you should note that this refund can be obtained only if the following conditions are met: 5.13.1.1 you must notify us in writing, within seven days of the receipt of the Lot(s), that in your view the Lot concerned is a Forgery; 5.13.1.2 you must then return the item to us within fourteen days from receipt of the Lot(s), in the same condition as at the auction date; and


5.13.1.3 as soon as possible following return of the Lot, you must produce evidence satisfactory to us that the Lot is a Forgery and that you are able to transfer good title to us, free from any third party claims. 5.13.2 In no circumstances shall we be required to pay you any more than the amount paid by you for the Lot concerned and you shall have no claim for interest. 5.13.3 The benefit of this guarantee is not capable of being transferred, and is solely for the benefit of the person to whom the original invoice was made out by us in respect of the Lot when sold and who, since the sale, has remained the owner of the Lot without disposing of any interest in it to any third party. 5.13.4 We shall be entitled to rely on any scientific or other process to establish that the Lot is not a Forgery, whether or not such process was used or in use at the date of the auction. 6 LIABILITY Nothing in these Terms and Conditions limits or excludes our liability for: 6.1 death or personal injury resulting from negligence; or 6.2 any damage or liability incurred by you as a result of our fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation. 7 COPYRIGHT 7.1 We shall have the right (on a non-exclusive basis) to photograph, video or otherwise produce an image of the Lot. All rights in such an image will belong to us, and we shall have the right to use it in whatever way we see fit. 7.2 The copyright in all images, illustrations and written material relating to a Lot is and shall remain at all times our property and we shall have the right to use it in whatever way we see fit. You shall not use or allow anyone else to use such images, illustrations or written material without our prior written consent. 8 VAT You shall give us all relevant information about your VAT status and that of the Lot to ensure that the correct information is printed in the catalogues. Once printed, the information cannot be changed. If we incur any unforeseen cost or expense as a result of the information being incorrect, you will reimburse to us on demand the full amount incurred. 9 NOTICES All notices given under these Terms and Conditions may be served personally, sent by 1st class post, or faxed to the address given to the sender by the other party. Any notice sent by post will be deemed to have been received on the second working day after posting or, if the addressee is overseas, on the fifth working day after posting. Any notice sent by fax or served personally will be deemed to be delivered on the first working day following despatch. 10 ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS The following provisions of this clause 10 shall apply only if you are acting for the purposes of your business. 10.1 Limitation of Liability Subject to clause 6, we shall not be liable, whether in tort (including for negligence) or breach of statutory duty, contract, misrepresentation or otherwise for any: 10.1.1 loss of profits, loss of business, depletion of goodwill and/or similar losses, loss of anticipated savings, loss of goods, loss of contract, loss of use, loss of corruption of data or information; or 10.1.2 any special, indirect, consequential or pure economic loss, costs, damages, charges or expenses. 10.2 Severability If any part of these Terms and Condition is found by any court to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, that part may be discounted and the rest of the conditions shall continue to be valid and enforceable to the fullest extent permitted by law. 10.3 Force majeure We shall have no liability to you if we are prevented from, or delayed in performing, our obligations under these Terms and Conditions or from carrying on our business by acts, events, omissions or accidents beyond our reasonable control, including (without limitation) strikes, lock-outs or other industrial disputes (whether involving our workforce or the workforce of any other party), failure of a utility service or transport network, act of God, war, riot, civil commotion, malicious damage, compliance with any law or governmental order, rule, regulation or direction, accident, breakdown of plant or machinery, fire, flood, storm or default of suppliers or subcontractors. 10.4 Waiver 10.4.1 A waiver of any right under these Terms and Conditions is only effective if it is in writing and it applies only to the circumstances for which it is given. No failure or delay by a party in exercising any right or remedy under these Terms and Conditions or by law shall constitute a waiver of that (or any other) right or remedy, nor preclude or restrict its further exercise. No single or partial exercise of such right or remedy shall preclude or restrict the further exercise of that (or any other) right or remedy. 10.4.2 Unless specifically provided otherwise, rights arising under these Terms and Conditions are cumulative and do not exclude rights provided by law. Spink Uni (07/11) (20)

10.5 Law and Jurisdiction 10.5.1 These Terms and Conditions and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them or their subject matter, shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the law of England and Wales. 10.5.2 The parties irrevocably agree that the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute or claim that arises out of, or in connection with, Terms and Conditions or their subject matter.

Postal Charges Prices for books (items sent by this method are not covered by insurance) Weight

UK

EU

Rest of the World

Up to 1kg

£8 for any weight

£12

£15

Up to 2kg

£8 for any weight

£18

£25

Prices for all other items including postage and packaging Invoice Value

UK

EU

Rest of the World

Up to £1,500

£10

£15

£20

Above £1,501

£20

£30

£40

Shipments of more than 2kg or volumetric measurement of more than 2kg have to be sent by courier. Certain countries may incur extra charge when courier services are required by our insurance policy. For lots sent by courier please contact Auctionteam@spink.com for calculation of any further relevant cost in addition to the above charges. Value Added Tax (VAT) Charging of (VAT) at Auction The information shown on this page sets out the way in which Spink intends to account for VAT.

i.

Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme 1. Where possible, we will offer Lots for sale under the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme. Such Lots can be identified by the absence of any symbol next to the Lot number in the catalogue and will not be subject to VAT on the Hammer Price. 2. Where Lots are sold using the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme to VAT–registered businesses, the VAT included within the Buyers’ Premium is not recoverable as input tax. Upon request on sale day, we will issue invoices that show VAT separately on both the Hammer Price and the Buyer’s Premium. This will enable VAT-registered businesses to recover the VAT charged as input tax, subject to the normal rules for recovering input tax.

ii.

Zero-Rated Lots Limited Categories of goods, such as books, are Zero-rated (o) for VAT in the United Kingdom. Such Lots are offered under the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme. In these circumstances no VAT element will be included within the Buyer’s Premium.

iii.

Daggered Lots Lots which are Daggered (†) in the catalogue are subject to VAT at 20% on both the Hammer Price and the Buyer’s Premium.

iv.

Starred and Omega Lots Lots which are marked (x) in the catalogue are subject to VAT at 5% on the Hammer Price and 20% on the Buyer’s Premium which is shown as inclusive of VAT. Lots which bear the Omega symbol (Ω) are subject to VAT at 20% on the Hammer Price and on the Buyer’s Premium. Such Lots bear VAT because the Lot is liable for VAT at this rate on importation into the EU.

v.

Investment Gold Lots Lots marked (g) in the catalogue are exempt from VAT on the Hammer Price and are subject to VAT at 20% on the Buyer’s Premium. A refund of VAT charged on the Buyer’s Premium can also be made on receipt of proof of business as a collectibles dealer.

vi.

Imported Lots Lots which are marked (x) and Lots which bear the Omega symbol (Ω) have VAT charged on the Hammer Price and Buyers’ Premium because they have been imported into the United Kingdom from outside the EU. In these cases we have used a temporary importation procedure, which in effect means that the point of importation is deferred until the Lot has been sold. At this point the Buyer is treated as the importer and is liable to pay the import VAT due. We will collect the VAT from you and pay it to HM Customs and Excise on your behalf.


Stamps, Coins, Banknotes, Medals, Bonds & Shares, Autographs, Books, Wines AUCTION CALENDAR 2012 Stamps 28 March 29/30 March 11 April 11/12/13 April 22 April 2 May 3 May 20 June 30 June 5 July 11 July 19/20 July 25 August 12 September 13 September 13/14 September 23 September Early October 8/9 November 14 November 12 December

The Marvin Schiller Collection of Mint Postal Stationery Entires & Cut Squares The Collector’s Series Sale Cayman Islands the Graham Booth and John Byl Collections The Collector’s Series Sale The Collector’s Series Sale The Adriano Landini Collection of Fine Covers of the World The Chartwell Collection - GB King George V including Seahorses The “Franschhoek” Collection of Cape of Good Hope Triangular and Rectangular Issues The Collector’s Series Sale The Chartwell Collection - GB Line-Engraved Essays, Proofs, Stamps and Covers - Part III The Collector’s Series Sale The Collector’s Series Sale The Collector’s Series Sale The Chartwell Collection - GB King Edward VIII, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth II Great Britain Stamps Specialised Sale The Collector’s Series Sale Fine Stamps and Covers of South East Asia The Collector’s Series Sale The Collector’s Series Sale The Collector’s Series Sale The Chartwell Collection - GB Line-Engraved Essays, Proofs, Stamps and Covers - Part IV

New York New York London London Hong Kong London London London Hong Kong London London New York Hong Kong London London New York Singapore Hong Kong New York London London

12020 12021

Coins 28/29 March 22 April 18/19 May 28 June 30 June 22/23 August 25 August 27 September 13/14 November 4 December

The Magnus Collection, Ancient, English & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals The Collector’s Series Sale The Collector’s Series Sale Ancient, English & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals The Collector’s Series Sale The Collector’s Series Sale The Collector’s Series Sale Ancient, English & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals The Collector’s Series Sale Ancient, English & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals

London Hong Kong Fort Worth London Hong Kong New York Hong Kong London New York London

12009 12028 313 12025 12032 314 12033 12026 315 12027

Banknotes 22 April 24/25 April 18/19 May 30 June 22/23 August 25 August 2 October 2 October 3/4 October 13/14 November 6 December

The Collector’s Series Sale World Banknotes The Collector’s Series Sale The Collector’s Series Sale The Collector’s Series Sale The Collector’s Series Sale The David Kirch Collection of Bank of England Notes - Part I The David Kirch Collection of English Provincial Banknotes - Part I World Banknotes The Collector’s Series Sale World Banknotes

Hong Kong London Fort Worth Hong Kong New York Hong Kong London London London New York London

12028 12022 313 12032 314 12033 12034 12035 12023 315 12024

Medals 19 April 19 July 22 November

Orders, Decorations, Campaign Medals & Militaria Orders, Decorations, Campaign Medals & Militaria Orders, Decorations, Campaign Medals & Militaria

London London London

12002 12003 12004

Bonds and Shares 22 April 18 May 18/19 May 30 June 22/23 August 25 August 13/14 November 28 November

The Collector’s Series Sale Bonds and Share Certificates of the World The Collector’s Series Sale The Collector’s Series Sale The Collector’s Series Sale The Collector’s Series Sale The Collector’s Series Sale Bonds and Share Certificates of the World

Hong Kong London Fort Worth Hong Kong New York Hong Kong New York London

12028 12010 313 12032 314 12033 315 12011

Autographs 18/19 May 22/23 August 13/14 November

The Collector’s Series Sale The Collector’s Series Sale The Collector’s Series Sale

Fort Worth New York New York

Wines 10 May July September November

An An An An

Evening Evening Evening Evening

of of of of

Exceptional Exceptional Exceptional Exceptional

Wines Wines Wines Wines

The above sale dates are subject to change

Spink offers the following services Valuations for insurance and probate for individual items or whole collections. Sales on a commission basis either of individual pieces or whole collections.

Hong Hong Hong Hong

Kong Kong Kong Kong

139 138 12029 12013 12028 12030 12014 12031 12032 12015 12016 12033 12017 12018 12019

313 314 315 SFW02


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