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STAMPS COINS BANKNOTES MEDALS BONDS & SHARES AUTOGRAPHS BOOKS WINES

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GROUP CHAIRMAN AND CEO Olivier D. Stocker YOUR SPECIALISTS STAMPS UK - Tim Hirsch Guy Croton Fernando Martínez David Parsons Nick Startup Neill Granger Paul Mathews Dominic Savastano Tom Smith Ian Shapiro (Consultant) USA - George Eveleth Richard Debney EUROPE - Guido Craveri Fernando Martínez CHINA - Anna Lee COINS UK - Mike Veissid Richard Bishop William MacKay Eleanor Charlotte Dix Tim Robson Edouard Wyngaard Jon Mann Barbara Mears John Pett USA - Stephen Goldsmith Greg Cole CHINA - Kin Choi Cheung BANKNOTES, BONDS & SHARES UK - Barnaby Faull Mike Veissid Andrew Pattison Monica Kruber USA - Stephen Goldsmith EUROPE - Peter Christen CHINA - Paul Pei Po Chow Kelvin Cheung ORDERS, DECORATIONS, MEDALS & MILITARIA UK - Mark Quayle Oliver Pepys John Hayward BOOKS UK - Philip Skingley Jennifer Mulholland AUTOGRAPHS USA - Stephen Goldsmith WINES CHINA - Vincent Cleme Anna Lee Guillaume Willk-Fabia YOUR EUROPE TEAM (LONDON - LUGANO) Chairman’s Office Charles Blane Directors Tim Hirsch Anthony Spink Auction & Client Management Team Miroslava Adusei-Poku Edward Rivers Luca Borgo Rita Ariete Dora Szigeti John Winchcombe Kenichiro Imase María Martínez Maurizio Schenini Finance Alison Bennet Marco Fiori Mina Bhagat Dennis Muriu Billy Tumelty Hemel Thakore IT & Administration Berdia Qamarauli Leszek Woronowicz Liz Cones Curlene Spencer Tom Robinson Cristina Dugoni Giacomo Canzi

SALE CALENDAR 2014 STAMPS 17 June 18 June 19 June 9 July 9/10/11 July 27/28 August 20 September 20 September 25 September 16 October 26/27 November 11 December

Rhodesia Featuring Arms and Admiral Issues from the Vestey Collection The “Garrison” Collection of New Guinea “G.R.I.” Surcharges The “Lionheart” Collection of Great Britain and British Empire, Part III British Europe including Long Island from the Vestey Collection The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale featuring the Greg Francis Collection of Otago, New Zealand Postal History and the Cliff Wheatley Rhodesias The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale Stamps and Covers of South East Asia including the Peter Cockburn Award Winning Collection of Straits Settlements and Malayan States Revenue Stamps Great Britain from the Vestey Collection Australian Commonwealth from the Vestey Collection The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale The Leeward Islands, Bahamas and Turks Islands from the Vestey Collection

London London London London

14029 14023 14027 14030

London New York Hong Kong

14024 150 CSS10

Singapore London London London London

14026 14031 14032 14025 14033

The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale Ancient, British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale Ancient, British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale Ancient, British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals

New York London Hong Kong New York London Hong Kong London

320 14005 CSS11 321 14006 CSS13 14007

The Numismatic Collector’s World Banknotes The Numismatic Collector’s The Numismatic Collector’s World Banknotes World Banknotes The Numismatic Collector’s

New York London Hong Kong New York London London Hong Kong

320 14009 CSS11 321 14013 14013 CSS13

Orders, Decoration, Campaign Medals & Militaria Orders, Decoration, Campaign Medals & Militaria

London London

14002 14003

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

New York Hong Kong Hong Kong London

320 CSS11 CSS13 14017

The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale Postal History, Autographs and Historical Documents The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale

New York London New York

320 14035 321

Cognac, Whiskies and other Spirits An Evening of Exceptional Wines and Spirits

Hong Kong Hong Kong

COINS 17/18 June 25 June 21 August 17/18 September 22/23 September 15 November 3/4 December BANKNOTES 17/18 June 15/16 July 21 August 17/18 September 30 September 1/2 October 15 November

Series Sale Series Sale Series Sale

Series Sale

MEDALS 24 July 20 November BONDS AND SHARES 17/18 June 21 August 15 November 28 November

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17/18 June 18 July 17/18 September WINES 4 July 21 August

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SALE DETAILS Tuesday 15 July 2014 at 10.00 a.m. Tuesday 15 July 2014 at 1.30 p.m. Wednesday 16 July 2014 at 10.00 a.m. Wednesday 16 July 2014 at 2.00 p.m.

Session 1: Lots 1 - 322 Session 2: Lots 323 - 823 Session 3: Lots 824 - 1223 Session 4: Lots 1224 - 1795

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WORLD BANKNOTES

ORDER OF SALE TUESDAY 15 JULY 2014 Morning Session commencing at 10.00 a.m. (Lots 1-322) THE SUNE PERSSON COLLECTION OF WORLD BANKNOTES AFGHANISTAN ALBANIA ALGERIA ANGOLA ARMENIA AUSTRALIA AZERBAIJAN BAHAMAS BARBADOS BELARUS BELGIAN CONGO BELGIUM BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES BRITISH HONDURAS BELIZE BERMUDA BIAFRA BOTSWANA BRITISH WEST AFRICA BRUNEI CAMEROUN CANADA CAYMAN ISLANDS CENTRAL AFRICAN STATES CHINA COMOROS CONGO CUBA CYPRUS DANISH WEST INDIES DANZIG DENMARK DOMINICAN REPUBLIC EAST AFRICA EAST CARIBBEAN ECUADOR EGYPT EL SALVADOR ENGLAND EQUATORIAL AFRICAN STATES

1-6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13-19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32-33 34 35 36-37 38-44 45 46 47 48-56 57 58 59-67 68 69 70 71 72-83 84 85-87 88

EQUATORIAL GUINEA ERITREA ESTONIA ETHIOPIA FAEROES FALKLAND ISLANDS FINLAND FRANCE FRENCH COLONIAL GAMBIA GERMANY GHANA GIBRALTAR GREECE GREENLAND GUADELOUPE GUATEMALA GUERNSEY GUINEE HAITI HONDURAS HONG KONG HUNGARY ICELAND INDIA IRAN IRELAND ISLE OF MAN ISRAEL ITALY JAMAICA JAPAN JERSEY JORDAN KATANGA KAZAKHSTAN KENYA KOREA KUWAIT LAOS LATVIA LEBANON LESOTHO LIBYA

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89 90 91-94 95-96 97-98 99-100 101 102-108 109-113 114 115-123 124 125-126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135-137 138 139-143 144-154 155-159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167-176 177 178 179 180-181 182 -186 187 188-191 192 193 194


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ORDER OF SALE TUESDAY 15 JULY 2014 Morning Session commencing at 10.00 a.m. (Lots 1-322) LITHUANIA LUXEMBOURG MACAU MACEDONIA MADAGASCAR MALAWI MALAYA MALAYSIA MALDIVES MALI MALTA MAURITIUS MEMEL MEXICO MONTENEGRO MOROCCO MOZAMBIQUE NAMIBIA NEPAL NETHERLANDS NETHERLANDS ANTILLES NETHERLANDS INDIES NEW HEBRIDES NEW ZEALAND NICARAGUA NIGERIA NORWAY MUSCAT AND OMAN PAKISTAN PALESTINE PERU PHILIPPINES POLAND PORTUGAL PORTUGUESE INDIA QATAR AND DUBAI QATAR RHODESIA ROMANIA RUSSIA RWANDA AND BURUNDI RWANDA

195-196 197 198-201 202 203 204 205-208 209 210 211-212 213-215 216 217 218 219 220 221-222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229-231 232 233 234 235-237 238 239-243 244 245 246-251 252-253 254 255 256-257 258-259 260-261 262-264 265 266

SAINT HELENA SAINT PIERRE AND MIQUELON SAINT THOMAS AND PRINCE SAUDI ARABIA SCOTLAND SERBIA SEYCHELLES SIERRA LEONE SINGAPORE SLOVAKIA SOLOMON ISLANDS SOUTH AFRICA SOMALIA SPAIN SRI LANKA STRAITS SETTLEMENTS SUDAN SWITZERLAND SYRIA TAHITI TAIWAN TAJIKISTAN/ TURKMENISTAN/ UZBEKISTAN TANZANIA THAILAND TONGA TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO TUNISIA TURKEY UGANDA UKRAINE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES UNITED STATES URUGUAY/ PARAGUAY VIETNAM WEST AFRICAN STATES WESTERN SAMOA YEMEN YUGOSLAVIA ZAIRE ZAMBIA

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ORDER OF SALE TUESDAY 15 JULY 2014 Afternoon Session commencing at 1.30 p.m. (Lots 323-823)

OTHER PROPERTIES AFGHANISTAN ALGERIA ANGOLA ARGENTINA AUSTRALIA AUSTRIA AZERBAIJAN BAHAMAS BANGLADESH BARCLAYS BANK BELARUS BELGIAN CONGO BELGIUM BELIZE BERMUDA BHUTAN BOLIVIA BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES BRITISH GUIANA BRITISH HONDURAS BRITISH WEST AFRICA BULGARIA BRUNEI BURMA BURUNDI CAMBODIA CAMEROUN CANADA CAPE VERDE FRENCH WEST AFRICA CEYLON CHILE CHINA COLOMBIA CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA CONGO COSTA RICA CYPRUS DANISH WEST INDIES DANZIG DENMARK

323 324 325-339 340-341 342-383 384-385 386-387 388-421 422-431 432-433 434 435-443 444 445-451 452-463 464-465 466 467-468 469-470 470-472 473-477 478-481 482-492 493-500 501-502 503-505 506-508 509-514 515-517 518 519-544 545 546-554 555 556-566 567-569 570 571-579 580 581 582-583

DJIBOUTI DOMINICAN REPUBLIC EAST AFRICA EAST CARIBBEAN STATES ECUADOR EGYPT ESTONIA ETHIOPIA EUROPEAN UNION FALKLAND ISLANDS FIJI FRANCE FRENCH EQUATORIAL AFRICA FRENCH GUYANA FRENCH INDIA FRENCH OCCUPIED TERRITORIES OTHER FRENCH COLONIES GERMANY GHANA GIBRALTAR GREECE GUADELOUPE GUYANA HONG KONG HONDURAS ICELAND INDIA IRAN IRAQ ITALY ITALIAN SOMALILAND JAMAICA JAPAN JORDAN KEELING-COCOS ISLANDS KENYA LAOS LATVIA LEBANON LIBYA LITHUANIA

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ORDER OF SALE WEDNESDAY 16 JULY 2014 Morning Session commencing at 10.00 a.m. (Lots 824-1223)

LUXEMBOURG MACAU MADAGASCAR MALAWI MALAYA MALAYA & BRITISH BORNEO MALAYSIA MALDIVES MALI MALTA MARTINIQUE MAURITIUS MOROCCO MEXICO MOZAMBIQUE NEPAL NETHERLANDS INDIES NEW CALEDONIA NEW ZEALAND NICARAGUA NIGERIA NORWAY OMAN PAKISTAN PALESTINE PARAGUAY PERU PHILIPPINES POLAND PORTUGAL PORTUGUESE GUINEA PORTUGUESE INDIA QATAR & DUBAI QATAR RHODESIA RHODESIA & NYASALAND

824-827 828-831 832-841 842-845 846-848 849-851 852 853 854 855-875 876-881 882-890 891-895 896 897-899 900-901 902 903-907 908-946 947-951 952-953 954 955-957 958 959-961 962 963 964 965 966-976 977-988 989-992 993-998 999 1000-1014 1015-1025

RUSSIA 1026-1060 RWANDA & BURUNDI 1061-1063 SAINT HELENA 1064-1068 SAINT THOMAS & PRINCE 1069-1070 SARAWAK 1071-1073 SAUDI ARABIA 1074 SEYCHELLES 1075-1091 SINGAPORE 1092-1095 SOUTH AFRICA 1096-1115 SOUTHERN RHODESIA 1116 SPAIN 1117-1119 STRAITS SETTLEMENTS 1120-1122 SUDAN 1123 SWEDEN 1124 SYRIA 1125-1132 TAHITI 1133-1137 THAILAND 1138-1139 TIMOR 1140 TONGA 1141-1144 TRANS-DNIESTER 1145-1148 TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 1149 TUNISIA 1150-1151 TURKEY 1152 UGANDA 1153 UKRAINE 1154 UNITED STATES 1155-1166 URUGUAY 1167-1168 UZBEKISTAN 1170 VENEZUELA 1171 WESTERN SAMOA 1172-1175 WEST AFRICAN STATES 1176 YEMEN 1177-1182 ZAMBIA 1183 MISCELLANEOUS WARTIME AND WORLD LOTS 1184-1223 ENGLAND

WEDNESDAY 16 JULY 2014 Afternoon Session commencing at 2.00 p.m. (Lots 1224-1790)

PROVINCIALS TREASURY BANK OF ENGLAND BRITISH MILITARY MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS IRELAND ISLE OF MAN JERSEY/GUERNSEY SCOTLAND

1224-1241 1242-1251 1252-1314 1315-1328 1329-1331 1332-1341 1342-1343 1344-1350 1351-1371

MISCELLANEOUS UK LOTS

1372-1381

THE STEVE WRIGHT COLLECTION OF ISLE OF MAN PRIVATE ISSUES 1500-1577 PRISONER OF WAR CAMPS 1578-1591 ISLE OF MAN GOVERNMENT 1592-1795

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON

FOREWORD

2014 is a landmark year for Spink, because for the first time are holding a fourth World Banknote auction in July. We expected this to be a small sale, but with exactly 1666 lots (an auspicious number for us) of varied offerings, it seems our expectations were a little short of reality. We may not have many of the usual ‘heavyweights’ but I think there is plenty to interest most tastes. The auction starts with the Sune Persson collection, accumulated over several decades and to employ that much used expression ‘a collectors collection’. It is a fairly comprehensive A to Z of the world, but what really sets it apart is the condition of the notes, with almost everything in superb grade. Additionally, there are the usual archival offerings, including several photographs of notes that do not exist - a fascinating insight into what could have been! Other notes come from a multitude of sources, both trade and private, making for a hugely varied and interesting general world section. Of special note, at the end of the sale, is the comprehensive Steve Wright Collection from the Isle of Man. This is almost certainly the largest group ever offered in one go from this small island. I hope our clients will find this auction competitively priced and interesting and although thoughts may be turning to summer and sun, please take the time to view, you may be pleasantly surprised. As ever, October promises to be a fine sale so if we don’t see you this July I hope to see you in the Autumn. Best wishes and good luck from all of us in the Banknote Department

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SUNE PERSSON 1938-2014

The eminent expert on the Middle East, and an avid collector of the banknotes of that part of the world, associate professor Sune Persson, aged 75, died of cancer 27 January 2014. In Göteborgs Numismatiska Förening (The Numismatic Society of Gothenburg) he was a scholarly and enthusiastic member of the Banknote Study Circle, led by him and Paul Levin. In 1990 GNF published his leaflet Palestinas och Israels sedelhistoria 1914-1989. At the International Numismatic Congress in Brussels in 1997 he lectured about the subject with his usual insightful knowledge. The preceding speaker had held his lecture in Flemish and Sune, jokingly, began his in Swedish. The chairman intervened, but Sune referred to the precedent of the Dutchman, although he then yielded to the protests and lectured in English. From the beginning in 1991 Sune Persson had been a member of the board in Gunnar Holsts stiftelse (the Gunnar Holst Foundation). His deep knowledge in various fields has been of great value for the Foundation. Fourteen of the twentyfour numismatists awarded by the Foundation have been foreigners. Sune’s experiences as a teacher made him a good lecturer. He lectured in GNF about banknotes, starting with the banknotes issued by Palmstruchska banken (1654-1664) and ending with the banknotes issued by the countries in the European Union. His lectures always were greatly appreciated, not only informative but also captivating. On Myntets dag he lectured about the Nazi banknote forgeries in a brilliant way. He left behind a very large collection of modern banknotes in superb condition − more than 5000 banknotes from 242 countries. The collection mainly consists of relatively modern notes in fantastic condition, but also includes a few great rarities. Spink are honoured to have been chosen to sell this wonderful collection, which forms the first session of our auction on 15 July.

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WORLD BANKNOTES

TUESDAY 15 JULY 2014 Morning Session commencing at 10.00 a.m. (Lots 1-322) All Sales are subject to the Terms and Conditions for Buyers printed at the back of this catalogue. Please note that bidders who acquire lots on the-saleroom.com will have a fee of 3% on the hammer price added to their invoice for using this facility. Spink is pleased to continue to offer our brand new on-line bidding platform Spink Live for no charge through www.spink.com. 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.

THE SUNE PERSSON COLLECTION OF WORLD BANKNOTES AFGHANISTAN

1 Afghan Treasury, set from the 1919 Issue comprising 1 rupee, green, 2 rupee, brown and red, 50 rupee, black and green, all with coat of arms of King Amanullah (Linzmayer DAB B1-3, Pick 1-3), first about uncirculated, second has minor tears and staining, other very good (3) £150-200

2 Afghan Treasury, a small group comprising 5 afghanis, 1926, yellow and olive green, 10 afghanis, 1926, brown and green, 50 afghanis, 1928, red and green, with lattice watermark pattern and handstamps (Linzmayer DAB B5, B7, B12, Pick 6, 8, 13), first and second good extremely fine, third minor damage at left and right margin due to nature of lattice, thus about extremely fine (3) £100-120

3 Bank of Afghanistan, a small set from the 1939 issue comprising 2 afghanis, brown, 5 afghanis, green, 10 afghanis, red/brown, 50 afghanis, blue, and 100 afghanis, green, all with King Muhammad Zahir, reverse monuments, buildings and landscapes (Linzmayer DAB B1, 2, 3, 5, 6 Pick 21, 22, 23, 25, 26), first three uncirculated, others about uncirculated (5) £250-350

4 The Afghanistan Bank, a small group comprising 2, 5, 10 and 20 afghanis, 1948 issue, and 10, 20, 50 and 100 afghanis, 1961 issue (Linzmayer DAB B9, 10, 12, 13, 19-22 Pick 28-31, 37-40), the 20 afghanis 1948 uncirculated, others about uncirculated to uncirculated (9) £100-120

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ALGERIA

5 The Afghanistan Bank, a full set of the 1967 issue, comprising 50 afghanis, green, 100 afghanis, burgundy, 500 afghanis, blue and 1000 afghanis, brown (Linzmayer DAB B26a-29a, Pick 43a-46a), first two uncirculated, some minor creases and knocks on others, thus about uncirculated (4) £100-150

8 Algeria, a group of notes including 5 new francs, 1959 and 10 new francs, 1961, 20 francs, 1948, and 5 and 10 dinars, 1964 (Pick 118, 119, 103), first two good fine to about very fine, 1964 issues very fine to extremely fine, others mixed grades, older issues about uncirculated, several about uncirculated (23) £250-350

ANGOLA

6 The Afghanistan Bank, a collection of notes comprising 10, 20, 50, 100, 1000 afghanis, 1973, 500 afghanis, 1977, 50 afghanis, 1978, and full sets of 1979, 1993, 2002 issues (Linzmayer DAB B30-33, 35, 36, 38-56, Pick 47a-50a, 52a, 53-72), all uncirculated (25) £80-120

9 Angola a good sized group including 1 and 212⁄ angolares, 1942, 20 escudos, 1956, 20 and 50 escudos, 1962, also several of the later issues including 1000 kwanzas, 1984 and 1000 novo kwanzas, 1987 (Pick 68, 69, 87, 92, 93, 121, 124) first three almost very fine, others about uncirculated or better (43) £250-350

ALBANIA

ARMENIA

7 Albania, a sizable group of notes including 1000 leke, 1949, serial number TH 209395, purple on green and blue underprint, also 5 and 20 franga, 1939, and 100 franga 1945, and many later issues (Pick 27A, 6, 7, 17 for listed items), the 1000 leke uncirculated, the later issues almost all uncirculated, the 5 franga about very fine, the 20 franga good very fine (28) £170-230

10 Armenia, a small group including 50 and 250 rubles, 1919, also many other later issues (Linzmayer ROA B1, B3), first two extremely fine, others mostly uncirculated (19) £70-90 11


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WORLD BANKNOTES

AUSTRALIA

BAHAMAS

11 Australia, a group of notes including $1, 1952, serial number X/25 542194, green, 10/-, 1952, orange, 10/- (2), 1953, black and orange, £1, 1953, black and orange, also several other later issues (Pick 25d, 26d, 29, 30), first about uncirculated, second good very fine, third fine, fourth and fifth about uncirculated, others generally uncirculated (23) £300-400

13 The Bahamas Government, 4 shillings, 1953, serial number A/6 947399, signatures Higgs, Sweetings and Burnside, green, also 50 cents, 1966, serial number B 472641, signatures Sands and Higgs, violet (BG B13, 16 Pick 13d, 17), uncirculated (2) £120-180

AZERBAIJAN

14 Bahamas Monetary Authority, specimen 50 cents, 1968, serial number C 000000, violet, also an issued 1968 $1, serial number G 129839, green and $3 serial number B 522225, red, (BMA B1-3 Pick 26as1- 28), uncirculated (3) £150-200

12 Azerbaijan, a group of notes including 50, 100, 250 and 500 rubles, 1919, two other private or local issues, and several modern issues (Linzmayer ROA B2-BB5, AMB B1-B11), early issues generally fine to very fine, modern issues uncirculated (27) £80-120 15 The Central Bank of the Bahamas, a pair of notes of the 1974 Issue, $1 serial number F/1 376965, signature Donaldson, green on multicoloured underprint, $5 serial number H 376965, signature Donaldson, orange on multicoloured underprint (DAB B1, 2, Pick 35, 37), uncirculated (2) £250-350

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16 The Central Bank of the Bahamas, small set from the 1984 issue comprising, 50 cents, serial number A 192833, dark green, $1 serial number B 086946, green, $3 serial number A 214959, red, $5 serial numbers A 978046, orange (DAB B7-10, Pick 4245), about uncirculated to uncirculated (4) £180-250

19 The Central Bank of the Bahamas, $1, 2008 issue, serial number D889525, green and brown, $5, 2007 issue, serial number C305590, orange and brown, $10, 2005 issue, serial number C083939, blue and green, $20, 2006 issue, serial number M489024, grey and red (CBB B37-41, Pick 71-74) uncirculated (4) £100-150

BARBADOS

17 The Central Bank of the Bahamas, a group of notes comprising $1, 1992, serial number C138146, multicolour, $1, 1992, serial number AN080213, green, $5, 2001, serial number AC715100, orange, $50, 2000, serial number F791638, orange, brown and green (DAB B 15, 16, 29, 32, Pick 50, 51, 63b, 66), first two uncirculated, others fine £120-180

20 Central Bank of Barbados, a small group of notes comprising $1, 1973, serial number A3 573040, red, $2, 1980, serial number H1 723023, blue, $5, 1973, serial number B1000298, green, $5, 1976, serial number G7328477, green, $10, 1975, serial number C1000194, brown, also several later issues, $5, 1996, $10, 1995, $2, 1999 and $20, 2007 (CBB B1-5, Pick 29-33), uncirculated (9) £150-200

BELARUS 18 The Central Bank of Bahamas, $100, 2000 issue, serial number P211072, a set of 2001 issue, 50 cent, serial number A1017138, $1, serial number, CW450241 and $1, 2002 issue, serial number DW521880 (CBB B33-36, Pick 67-70), first very fine, others uncirculated (4) £150-200 21 National Bank of the Republic of Belarus, a virtually complete set of all issues from 1992 onwards, including 50 kopeks to 100,000 rubles first issue (Linzmayer NBRB B1-15), uncirculated (40) £30-40

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BELGIAN CONGO

BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES

22 Banque du Congo Belge, 50 francs, ND (1943), serial number A 169440, black on multicolour underprint, woman at right, also 5 francs, 1924, 5 francs, 1943, and 10, 20, 50 and 100 francs, 1955-58 issue (Pick 16a, 8a, 13Aa, 30-33), first good fine, second very good, third very fine, the others extremely fine or better (7) £350-450

24 British Caribbean Territories Currency Board, $1, 28 November 1950, serial number E/1 981689, red on multicolour underprint, George V at right, also $1, 1 July 1960, serial number Q3-794546, red on multicolour underprint, Elizabeth II at right (Pick 1, 7c), both lovely and fresh, first about extremely fine, second about uncirculated (2) £150-200

BRITISH HONDURAS BELGIUM

23 Belgium, a varied group of notes, including 1 franc, 1918, 1 franc, 1920, 5 francs, 1930, 100 francs, 1928, 20 francs, 1948, 50 francs, 1938, 100 and 1000 francs, 1943, and several other wartime and more modern issues (Pick 86b, 92, 97b, 102, 116, 106, 107, 110, 121, 122, 126), mixed grades, older notes generally good very fine or better, modern notes about uncirculated or better (27) £220-320

25 Government of British Honduras, $1, 1 April 1964 and $2, 1 January 1973, green and purple respectively, Elizabeth II at right (Pick 28b, 29c), first uncirculated, second with tiny stain in right margin, otherwise uncirculated (2) £300-400

BELIZE

26 Government of Belize, $1, 1976, $2, 1974 and $5, 1976, green, purple and red respectively, $1 and $5, 1980, $1 and $10, 1987 and $5, 1989, also several later issues (Pick 33c, 34a, 35b, 38, 39, 43, 47b, 48a), first uncirculated, second and third about uncirculated, others generally uncirculated (15) £350-450 WWW.SPINK.COM

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BERMUDA

BRITISH WEST AFRICA

27 Bermuda Government, a small group of notes comprising 5/-, 1957, £1, 1966, $1 (2), 1970 and 1978, and multiple later issues (Pick 18b, 20d, 23, 28, 56), first two very fine, 2003 $50 very fine, others generally about uncirculated or better (13) £120-160

30 West African Currency Board, 10/-, 31 March 1953, serial number A/D 322110, green on multicolour underprint, river and trees at left, also 20/-, 1 December 1942, black and orange, palm tree at centre (Linzmayer WACB B9a, B8g, Pick 9, 8b), first with small stain at left, otherwise good extremely fine, second good fine (2) £100-150

BIAFRA

BRUNEI

28 Bank of Biafra, a full set of notes, comprising 5/- and £1, 1968, and 5/-, 10/-1, £1, £5 and £10, 1969, all issued notes with serial numbers (Linzmayer BOB B17, Pick 1-7), second note extremely fine, last with stain in top margin, otherwise about uncirculated, others about uncirculated or better (7) £50-70 31 Brunei Currency Board, 1 and 5 ringgit, 1967, blue and green respectively, Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin III at right, 1 ringgit, 1972, 5 ringgit 1983, also several later issues (Linzmayer BCB B1, B2, B6, B7, Pick 1, 2, 6a, 7b), first uncirculated, second about uncirculated, others generally uncirculated (15) £120-180

BOTSWANA

29 Bank of Botswana, a group comprising 1, 2 and 10 pula, 1976-79, Seretse Khama at left, 1, 2, 5 and 10 pula, 1982-1983, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 pula, 199095, all with Quett Ketumile Joni Masire at left, as well as several later issues (Linzmayer BOB B1, B2, B4a, B6-9, B11-15, Pick 1, 2, 4, 6-9, 11-15) generally uncirculated, an attractive group (19) £220-280 15


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CAMEROUN

CAYMAN ISLANDS

32 Cameroon, Banque Centrale, 100 francs and 500 francs, both ND (1962), multicoloured, both signature 1, (Linzmayer BC B4a, B5a, Pick 10, 11), first with two small stains in top margin, fresh and orignal extremely fine, second original good very fine, both scarce (2) £100-150

35 Cayman Islands Currency Board, $1, and $5, 1971, and $10 1974, blue, green and red respectively, Elizabeth II at right, arms at centre, also $1, $5 and $10, 1991, $1, $5 and $10, 1996 and $1, 2003, all with Elizabeth II at right (Linzmayer CICB B1, B2, B7, B16-18, CIMA B1-3, B10, Pick 1, 2, 7, 16-18, 21-23, 30), about uncirculated or better (10) £400-500

CENTRAL AFRICAN STATES

33 Banque des Etats de L’Afrique Centrale, Cameroon, 1000 francs, 1 April 1978, serial number N.18 92030, blue and multicoloured, signature 4, also 500 francs, ND (1974), 500 francs, 1988 and 1000 francs, 1992 (Linzmayer BEAC B1b, B2c, B10d, B12f, Pick 15, 16, 24, 26), the first a scarcer signature, uncirculated (4) £60-80

36 Banque des Etats de L’Afrique Centrale, 500 francs, ND (1974), serial number K.2 65539, multicoloured, Bokassa at right, signature 2, also several other Republic and States issues (Linzmayer BEAC B1a, Pick 1), first about uncirculated to uncirculated, others generally uncirculated (14) £150-200

CANADA

34 Bank of Canada, a sizable group of notes including, $1, $2, $5 and $10, 1937, all with George VI at centre, all Coyne-Towers signatures, also including some face value (Pick 58-61, 74-79), the majority uncirculated, $2, $5 and $10 George VI good very fine (31) £220-280

37 Banque des Etats de L’Afrique Centrale, Chad, 5000 francs, 1 January 1980, serial number F.1 43139, multicoloured, girl holding document at left, ox herders and farmers at centre and right, also 500 and 1000 francs, 1974-78, and 500 and 100 francs, 1989-1990 (Linzmayer BEAC B7, Pick 8), the first fresh and original, uncirculated and a lovely note, others uncirculated (5) £200-300

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CHINA

41 People’s Bank of China, 1 fen, 2 and 5 fen, 1 and 5 jiao, 1 yuan, all 1953, also 2 jiao and 2 yuan, 1953 (Pick 860b, 861b, 863, 865, 866), uncirculated, last two VG (8) £100-120

38 Bank of China, a group comprising 1 yuan, Tientsin 1935, 5 yuan, 1935, 5 and 10 yuan, 1937, 5,10,50 and 100 (Chungking) yuan, 1940, Bank of Communications 5 and 10 yuan, Shanghai, 1914, 5 and 10 yuan, 1935, 5 yuan (2), 1941 and 10 yuan 1941, also several Mongolia and Tibet issues generally uncirculated (30) £80-120

42 People’s Bank of China, 1 yuan, grey and 5 yuan, brown, both 1956 (Pick 871,872), 1 yuan with central crease, good extremely fine, 5 yuan uncirculated (2) £100-150

39 Central Bank of China, a group of notes (57), 1928, 1940’s, generally Sun Yat Sen or Chiang Kai Shek portraits (Pick 195), generally uncirculated and an interesting group (57) £200-300 43 Bank of China, a selection comprising 1, 2 and 5 yuan 1960, 1 and 2 yuan, 1962, 5 jiao, 1972, 1, 2 and 5 jiao 1980, 1, 2, 5 and 10 yuan, 1980, 2, 50 and 100 yuan, 1990, 1 yuan, 1996, 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 yuan, 1999, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 yuan, 2005 and a set of foreign exchange certificates 10 and 50 fen, 1 and 5 yuan, uncirculated and a useful group (32) £140-180 40 Central Reserve Bank of China, 20 cents, 5 and 10 yuan, 1940, 100 yuan, 1942, 1000 yuan, 1944, 1 and 50 cents, 1949, Manchukuo, 50 fen, 1935, 1 and 10 yuan, 1944, also various wartime inflationary issues (9) (Pick J129a, 135a, 137), generally uncirculated (19) £100-140

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CONGO

44 Bank of China, 50 yuan commemorative issue, 1999, red and multicoloured, Chairman Mao giving speech at right, 100 yuan, 2000 yuan commemorative issue, red and multicoloured, dragon at centre, a polymer note (Pick 891, 902), uncirculated (2) £80-100

COMOROS

46 Congo, a group of notes including Conseil Monetaire de la Republique du Congo, 1000 francs, 15 February 1962, blue, overprinted on old note, 100 francs, 10 June 1963, Banque Nationale du Congo, 20 francs, 1961, 50 francs, 1962 and 100 francs, 1961, 10, 50 and 100 makuta, 1967-68 issue, (Linzmayer CMRC B1a, B2ag, BNC B1a, B2i, B3c, B6, B8, B9, Pick 2, 1, 4, 5, 6, 9, 11, 12), first about very fine, second good very fine, others generally extremely fine to uncirculated (25) £200-300

CUBA

45 Banque de Madagascar et des Comores, Comores, 50 francs, 1963, serial number X.2095 290, multicolour, woman with hat at right, and 100 francs, 1963, both signature 3, also Banque Centrale, 5000 francs, 1986, signature 1, and 2500 francs, 1996, as well as several other issues (Linzmayer BMC B1b, B2c, BCC B3a, B4a, Pick 2, 3, 12, 13), about uncirculated or better (11) £120-160

47 Cuba, a good sized group of notes dating from the 1870’s to the 1960’s, some private bank issues and several later issued notes and specimens, mixed grades, all the later issues uncirculated, earlier notes very fine or better (37) £150-200

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CYPRUS

51 Republic of Cyprus, £1, 1 December 1961, serial number A/8 128623, brown on multicolour underprint, arms at right, map of Cyprus below, reverse brown, viaduct and pillars (Linzmayer ROC B3a, Pick 39), fresh and original, uncirculated £120-180

48 Government of Cyprus, £5, 15 September 1944, serial number G/7 043276, green on bright green underprint, George VI at top right, also 1/-, 1942, 5/-, 1950 and £1 1943, and 3 piastres, 1944 (Pick 20, 22, 24, 25, 28), first two almost very fine, others very fine, the £5 scarce (5) £400-500

52 Republic of Cyprus, £5, 1 December 1961, serial number A/1 018948, green on multicolour underprint, arms at right, map of Cyprus below, reverse green, lace and floral embroidery (Linzmayer ROC B4a, Pick 40), fresh and original, one tiny corner crease at low right, otherwise about uncirculated, becoming scarce in this grade £300-400

49 Government of Cyprus, 250 mils, 1 February 1956, serial number A/7 158727, blue on multicolour underprint, Elizabeth II at right, map of Cyprus below, also £1, 1955, brown (Pick 33a, 35a), first fresh and original about uncirculated with good embossing on the serial numbers, a lovely note, second very good (2) £300-400

53 Central Bank of Cyprus, 250 mils, 1 September 1971, serial number H/29 000227, blue on multicolour underprint, grapes on vine at left, arms at right, reverse blue, mining scene (Linzmayer CBC B1h, Pick 41), fresh and original, uncirculated and a very scarce date £250-300

50 Republic of Cyprus, 250 mils, 1 December 1961, serial number A/5 083046, blue on multicolour underprint, grapes on vine at left, arms at right, reverse blue, mining scene (Linzmayer ROC B1a, Pick 37), fresh and original, uncirculated £150-200 19


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DANISH WEST INDIES

54 Central Bank of Cyprus, 500 mils, 1 June 1979, serial number L/44 017023, green on multicolour underprint, £1, 1 August 1976, serial number K/89 139103, brown on multicolour underprint, and £5, 1 July 1975, serial number Q/159 529180, blue on multicolour underprint, all with arms at right (Linzmayer CBC B2k, B3j, B4h, Pick 42, 43, 44), fresh and original, uncirculated and a very attractive group (3) £200-250

57 Danish West Indies, State Treasury, unissued 2 dalere, 18- (1898 issue), serial number 9141, black on brown paper, arms at low centre, Mercury at left, Zeus at right (Pick 8r), glue marks on reverse at low right, thus good extremely fine, but fresh and original and the obverse flawless £80-120

DANZIG

55 Central Bank of Cyprus, a set of the 1977-1985 issue comprising, 500 mils, 1982, orange, £1, 1979, brown, £5, 1979, violet, and £10, 1983, green (Linzmayer CBC B5a, B6a, B7a, B8g, Pick 45-48), all uncirculated, a lovely group (4) £200-250

58 Bank von Danzig, 20 gulden, 1 November 1937, serial number K379,250, black on multicolour underprint, courtyard at centre, arms at left, value at each corner (Pick 63), very fine, scarce £120-180

56 Central Bank of Cyprus, a complete set of issues from 1982 onwards, comprising 50 cents and £1, 1984, 50 cents, 1987, £1 and £5, 1995, £10, 1990, £20, 1993, £1 (2), 1997, £5 (2), 1997, 2003, £10 (2), 1997, 2005, and £20, 1997, (Linzmayer CBC B9-21, Pick 49-63 [not all]), uncirculated, a very useful group (14) £500-700

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DENMARK

59 Danish National Bank, 1 krone (2), 1914, serial numbers 001678 and 8099997, black on red paper, each reverse with different coat of arms, also 1 krone, 1921, serial number 2N9671453, purple and cyan, and 10 kroner, 1928, serial number O2945579, brown and tan (Pick 10a, 11, 12g, 21z), all original, about uncirculated, good extremely fine, about uncirculated and good very fine (4) £100-150

62 Danish National Bank, 100 kroner, 1932, serial number 4087243, brown on tan and green underprint, values with dolphins in borders, reverse arms flanked by mer-men (Pick 28b), fresh and original, almost extremely fine, scarce £150-200

60 Danish National Bank, 5 kroner, 1917, serial number B3831200, blue, landscape with stone-age burial at centre, value at top left and right, reverse blue on multicolour, crowned arms at centre (Pick 20d), original good extremely fine, a scarce early date £400-600

63 Danish National Bank, 5, kroner, 1943, blue, 10 kroner, 1943, brown, 50 kroner, 1942, blue, and 100 kroner, 1943, brown, all with ornate scrollwork of plants and animals, the 5 with landscape and prehistoric burial, the 50 with fisherman and boats (Pick 30k, 31p, 32d, 33b), first three about uncirculated to uncirculated, the last good very fine (4) £200-300

61 Danish National Bank, 5 kroner, 1931, serial number 3044424 and 10 kroner, 1935, serial number G9467206, blue and brown respectively, first with landscape and prehistoric burial, second with value at low centre (Pick 25a, 26k), both original, first with minor handling, about uncirculated, second with one horizonal fold, but a lovely and fresh good extremely fine (2) £400-500

64 Danish National Bank, 5 kroner, 1948, serial number BX 618021, blue, value at centre and top corners, reverse arms, value at left and right (Pick 35e), fresh and original, uncirculated £180-260 21


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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

65 Danish National Bank, 10 kroner, 1944, brown, 10 kroner, grey-green, and 100 kroner (2), green and grey-green, ornate borders with scrollwork, seaweed and dolphins (Pick 36, 37g, 39a, 39n), all fresh and original, about uncirculated, extremely fine, good very fine and good very fine (4) £200-250

66 Danish National Bank, 10 kroner, 1951, serial number A4511H 1981480, black and olive brown, also 5, 10, 50 and 100 kroner, 1950-63 issue (Pick 43c, 42, 44, 45, 46), first pressed, but good extremely fine, others about uncirculated or better (5) £120-160

68 Dominican Republic, a group of notes including 50 pesos, ND (1947-50), serial number 013268, black, Columbus’ Tomb at centre, also a selection of more modern issues (Pick 64), about very fine, others generally uncirculated (23) £100-150

EAST AFRICA

69 East African Currency Board, a group of notes including, 1/-, 1943, and 5/-, 1951, both with George VI at left, 5/-, 1953, and 20/-, 1956, both with Elizabeth II at right, and 10/-, ND (1964), sailing boat at right (Pick 26Aa, 27, 33, 35, 46), all original, about very fine to good very fine (5) £100-150

67 Danish National Bank, a sizable group of the more modern issues, an almost complete group from 1972 onwards (Pick 48-52, 54-58, 60-63, 65-69), generally uncirculated, considerable face value, but the earlier notes becoming more popular (19) £500-700

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EAST CARIBBEAN

70 East Caribbean Currency Authority, $1, $5 and $20, ND (1965 issue), red, green and purple respectively, also East Caribbean Central Bank, $1 and $5, ND (1986 issue), red and green respectively, all with Elizabeth II at right, also a group of later issues (Linzmayer ECCA B1a1, B2c9, B3c9, ECCB B1u, B2a, Pick 13a, 14, 15, 17, 18), first about uncirculated, a scarce early date, others generally uncirculated thus a desirable group (12) £300-400

73 National Bank of Egypt, 50 piastres, 5 July 1941, serial number A/18 152473, green on multicolour underprint, Tutankhamen at left, value at right, reverse blue (Pick 21b), uncirculated thus scarce £100-150

ECUADOR

74 National Bank of Egypt, £1, 27th May 1948, serial number J/108 051511, blue on brown and multicolour underprint, Tutankhamen at right, value at centre and each corner (Pick 22d), uncirculated, thus scarce £100-150

71 Ecuador, a group of notes, mostly from the 1970’s or later, about uncirculated or better (27) £100-150

EGYPT

75 National Bank of Egypt, £10, 20 January 1945, serial number X/90 011947, brown and dark blue on multicolour underprint, street scene at right, value at centre and each corner, Nixon signature (Pick 23b), extremely fine, scarce £150-200 72 National Bank of Egypt, 25 piastres, 1 December 1947, serial number L/86 618620, dark purple on multicolour underprint, river scene with camel and boats at centre (Pick 10d), uncirculated, thus scarce £100-150 23


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76 National Bank of Egypt, £1, £5 and £50, 1951, blue and pink, blue-green and violet and green and brown respectively, all with King Farouk at right (Pick 24c, 25b, 26b), about uncirculated, about extremely fine and about very fine (3) £350-450

77 National Bank of Egypt, 25 piastres, green, 50 piastres, red-brown, £1, blue, £5, green, £10, red, and £100, purple, all 1952 issue, death mask of King Tutankhamen at right (Pick 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 34), first five about uncirculated to uncirculated, last with graffiti in watermark area, very fine, an increasingly desirable issue in excellent grade (6) £350-450

78 Central Bank of Egypt, a complete set of the 196164 issue, comprising 25 piastres, blue, 50 piastres, brown, £1, teal, £5, green, £5, lilac and £10, brown and green, first two with arms at right, others with Tukankhamen at right (Pick 35-41), about uncirculated to uncirculated, a lovely set (6) £180-240

79 Central Bank of Egypt, an almost complete group of the more modern issues, starting with the 1967-69 series, missing only the £5 of 1989, but with an additonal few duplicates (Pick 42-69, not 59), generally uncirculated, a very useful group (31) £200-250

80 Egyptian Government, 5 piastres, 1 June 1918, serial number H/24 26893, lilac-brown on green underprint, camel caravan at centre, value at each corner, reverse blue (Pick 162), uncirculated, and very scarce in this grade £200-300

81 Egyptian Government, 5 piastres, ND (1940), serial number 157659, green and olive-brown, value at left and right and each corner, reverse purple, Aswan Dam, also 10 piastres, 1917 (Pick 163, 160b), first original good very fine, second very good (2) £200-250

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ENGLAND

85 Bank of England, K.O.Peppiatt, 10/-, ND (1940), prefix H56D, and £1, ND (1940), prefix H85E, first purple, second blue and pink, Britannia at top left, value at top right (B251, B249), generally handling only, about uncirculated £80-120

82 Egyptian Government, 5 piastres (2), and 10 piastres (3), ND (1940 issues), all different types, mixture of Farouk and non portrait (Pick 164, 165a, 167a, 168a, 168b), very fine to extremely fine, becoming scarce (5) £150-200

83 Egyptian Government, a group of assorted later 5 and 10 piastre issues, shades of purple and black/grey respectively (Pick ranging from 180-189), mostly uncirculated, a useful lot (19) £80-120

86 Bank of England, K.O.Peppiatt, £5, 3 March 1945, serial number H57 099302, also a Bernhard forgery, £5, 15 August 1938, serial number B/264 15813, both black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at top left, value in black tablet at low left (B241 [forgery], 255), first very fine, second with several pinholes and central folds, but good very fine (2) £80-120

EL SALVADOR

84 El Salvador, a group of modern issues, but including 1 colon, 1956 and 2 colones, 1964, generally about uncirculated or better, the 2 colones very fine (17) £40-50

87 Bank of England, a good sized group of notes, including Peppiatt £1, prefix D89B, O’Brien Britannia £5, prefix D54, also a Warren Fisher Northern Ireland £1 (dot), a good range of denominations and cashiers (T34) mostly uncirculated, a few earlier notes extremely fine, Treasury £1 very fine, a useful lot (24) £400-600 25


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EQUATORIAL AFRICAN STATES

88 Banque Centrale etats de L’Afrique Equatoriale, 500 francs, ND (1963), block letter B, serial number M.1 66276, engraved, multicoloured, woman’s head at right, mining vehicle at centre, reverse radar unit and camel train at oasis, also Gabon, 500 francs, 1974, and 500 and 1000 francs, 1985 (Pick 4b, 2, 8, 10), paperclip mark but otherwise a lovely and fresh about uncirculated, the rarest code letter for type, especially in this grade, others uncirculated (4) £200-250

ERITREA

90 State of Eritrea, 1, 5, 10 and 20 nakfa, 1997, and 50 nakfa, 2004, all with three women or children at centre (Pick 1-4, 7), uncirculated (5) £20-30

ESTONIA

EQUATORIAL GUINEA

91 Republic of Estonia Treasury, a group of the 19191920 issue, comprising 5, 10, 20 and 50 penni, 1, 2, 5, 10, 25, 100 and 500 marka (Pick 39-49), first seven about uncirculated, others generally very fine or better, an attractive group (11) £200-300

89 Republica de Guinea Equatorial, Banco Central, 100, 500 and 1000 pesetas guineanas, 12 October 1969, red, green and blue respectively, also 25, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 ekuele, 1975, 100, 500 and 5000 bipkwele, 1979, 1000 and 5000 bipkwele overprint issues, 1980, and 500, 1000 and 5000 francos, 1985 (Pick 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 14-22), first extremely fine, second and third about uncirculated, others generally uncirculated, though some have pencil annotations in margin, a great opportunity to acquire almost all the notes in this series (17) £180-260

92 Republic of Estonia Treasury, 100 marka, 1923, and 1 kroon on 100 marka, 1928, both green and brown, bank building at centre, second with UKS KROON overprint, also Republic of Estonia Exchange Note, 10 and 25 marka, 1922 (Pick 51a, 53a, 54a, 61b), good very fine (4) £120-180

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96 State Bank of Ethiopia, a group of notes, including 100 dollars, ND (1966), also including a 5 dollars, 1945 (very poor grade), (Pick 29, 13a), the 1945 5 dollars good, others generally uncirculated (17) £100-150

93 Bank of Estonia, 5 krooni, red, 20 krooni, green, 50 krooni, brown, and 100 krooni, blue, 1928-35 issue, and 10 krooni, 1937, blue all with values at right, fisherman, farmers, blacksmith and coastal scenes at left (Pick 62, 64-67), 5, 10 and 20 about uncirculated, 50 very fine, 100 good very fine to about extremely fine (5) £80-120

FAEROES

94 Bank of Estonia, a group of the later issues, including several of the more desirable 100 krooni and 500 krooni, about uncirculated or better (18) £100-150

97 Foroyar, Danish Administration, 5 kronur, L.1949 (1951-60), serial number 0320193, black and green, coin with ram at left, value at each corner, also 10 kronur, L.1949 (1951-60), serial number 1892330, black and red, shield with ram at left, both VagnHansen signature (Pick 13a, 14b), fresh and original, about uncirculated to uncirculated, the first rare (2) £400-600

ETHIOPIA

95 State Bank of Ethiopia, 1 and 5 dollars, ND (1945), both Blowers signature, dark grey on multicoloured underprint, Haile Selassie at left, value at each corner, reverse arms at centre (Pick 12a, 13a), first about uncirculated, second good extremely fine (2) £100-150

98 Foroyar, Danish Administration, 50 and 100 kronur, 1964-74, black/green and yellow/pink respectively, also 20, 50 and 100 kronur, 1978-86, 50, 100 and 200 kronur, 2001-2005, 10 kronur, L.1949, and 10 kronur, 1940 (Pick 11, 16, 17, 18a, 19-21, 2426), last very good, others about uncirculated or better (10) £100-150 27


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FALKLANDS

FINLAND

99 Government of the Falkland Islands, 50 pence, 20 February 1974, serial number D31633, brown and grey, and £1, 20 February 1974, serial number E102116, blue, green and pink, both with Elizabeth II at right, value at centre and left (Pick 8b, 10b), fresh and original, about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £100-150 101 Grand Duchy of Finland, 20 kopeks, 1929, serial number 45291, black and white, double headed eagle at top centre, value in black tablet at low left, also Finlands Bank, 1000 markkaa, 1922 (Pick A24, 67a), first with some foxing but still strong, almost very fine, second about very fine (2) £200-250

FRANCE

100 Government of the Falkland Islands, £1, 1984, blue, £5, 1983, red, £10, 1986, green, and £20, 1984, brown, all with Elizabeth II at right, arms at low left, penguins at left, sealions at right, also £5, 2005, red (Pick 12, 13, 14, 15, 17), first about uncirculated, others uncirculated (5) £150-200

102 Banque de France, 50 francs, 17 March 1938, serial number H.7847 729, multicolour, Ceres at left, reverse Mercury at right (Pick 85b), double set of pinholes at left, but no rust, otherwise about uncirculated and a lovely example £150-200

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106 Banque de France, 5 new francs, 5 July 1962, blue, gold and multicoloured, and 10 new francs, 4 January 1963, multicoloured (Pick 141, 142), both fresh and original, first uncirculated, second about uncirculated (2) £150-200

103 Banque de France, 100 francs (2), 1936, 1938, serial numbers S.51098 285 and U.61110 213, multicoloured, women and children at left and right, value at centre, (Pick 78c, 86b), both completely fresh and original, first with pinholes but almost extremely fine, second good very fine (2) £180-220

107 Banque de France, 5 francs, 1966, 10 francs, 1970, 50 francs, 1970 and 100 francs, 1971, all multicoloured (Pick 146a, 147c, 148c, 148d), all fresh and original, first two uncirculated, last two extremely fine (4) £100-150

104 Banque de France, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 francs, 1940-41, multicoloured, all with male and female allegories and French architecture and landscapes on obverse and reverse (Pick 92a, 93, 94, 95b, 96a), the 100 and 500 about uncirculated, others very fine to good very fine (5) £150-200

108 Banque de France, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 francs, 1968-81 issue, multicoloured, several different dates, also 50, 100, 200 and 500 francs, 1993-97 issue (Pick 150-152, 154-156, 157A-160), the first 500 francs fine, others about uncirculated or better (10) £150-200

105 Banque de France, a group of notes, including several Assignat, a 100 francs, 1952 in uncirculated, a 5 francs 1927 in uncirculated, and a 1000 francs, 1942 in about uncirculated (Pick 128d, 72d, 102), mixed grades, but all original, many very nice indeed, a very useful lot (24) £400-600 29


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109 Territoire Francais des Afars et des Issas, 500 francs, ND (1973), serial number J.50 140, multicoloured, archway, boats and doves, also a selection of French Somaliland and Djibouti issues (Pick 31), original and uncirculated, others very mixed grades (9) £120-180

110 Institut d’Emission des Departments d’Outre Mer, French Antilles, 1 new franc on 100 francs, ND (1961), serial number B.2 06963, red and multicolour, La Bourdonnais at left, two women at right (Pick 1a), original very fine £60-80

112 French Indochina, a group of notes, including Banque de L’Indochine, 5 piastres, ND (1927-31), and 1 and 5 francs, ND (1932), also several issues from Gouvernment General de L’Indochine and Institut d’Emission des Etats du Cambodge, du Laos et du Vietnam (Pick 49b, 52, 53), first good fine, second and third about uncirculated, others mixed grades (18) £180-220

113 Banque de L’Afrique Occidental, French West Africa, a small group comprising, 5 francs, 1939, multicolour, 5 francs, 1942, black and yellow, 100 francs, 1942, black and orange, also 5, 10, 25, 50 and 100 francs, all multicolour, all with African men and women at centre, also Mauritania, a selection of modern issues (Pick 21, 26, 31a, 36-40), all fresh and original, last uncirculated, first three about uncirculated, good very fine and fine, others good very fine or better (16) £120-160

111 Caisse Centrale de la France d’Outre Mer, French Equatorial Africa, 5, 10 and 20 francs, L.1944, red, purple and green respectively, Marianne at centre, value at left and right, also 5, 10, 20 and 50 francs, 1947-52 issue, multicoloured (Pick 15c, 16c, 17b, 20B, 21, 22, 23), all fresh and original, first three good very fine, 1947 10 francs very fine, others extremely fine or better (7) £100-150 WWW.SPINK.COM

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GAMBIA

116 An almost complete set of German Inflationary issues, including 1 billion marks, 1 November 1923 and 2 billion marks, 5 November 1923, also several earlier issues (Pick 129, 135), 1 billion good very fine, 2 billion good fine, most others good extremely fine or better (71) £200-300

114 The Gambia Currency Board, 10/-, ND (1965-70), serial number B635966, green, and £1, ND (196570), serial number C264991, green, both with boat at left, 1, 5 and 10 dalasi, ND (1971-87), 1, 5, 10 and 25 dalasi, ND (1978), 5, 10, 25 and 50 dalasi, ND (1989-91), all with President D. Kairaba at right, also several later issues (Pick 1, 2 4d, 5b, 6c, 8-19, 24-28), fresh and orignal, first two about uncirculated, others about uncirculated or better, a fantastic group (20) £300-400

GERMANY

117 Darlehenskassenschein, complete sets of the 1914 first issue, comprising 5, 20, 50 marks, second issue, comprising 1 mark (3), 2 marks (3), and 1917-18 issue, 5 and 20 marks, also Occupation of Lithuania, 20 and 50 kopeks, 3, 10 and 100 rubles, 1916, and a complete set of the 1918 issue, comprising 1/2, 1, 2, 3, 5, 20, 50, 100 and 1000 marks (Pick 47-57, R120, R121, R123b, R124, R126-R134), very mixed grades, but with several about uncirculated, an interesting group (24) £200-300

115 Germany, a group of local issues from the early 20th Century, including Badische Bank (3), Bayerische Bank (2), and Sachsische Bank (4), mixed grades, from very fine to about uncirculated, most better (9) £80-120

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118 Germany, a group of 1930s and 40s notes, including Rentenbankschein, 1 mark, 1923, 5 marks, 1926, 1 and 2 marks, 1937, Reichsbanknote, 10, 20, 50 and 100 marks, 1945 issue, 2 marks, 1939, 5 marks, 1942, Kassenschein, 20 marks, 1945, Reichskreditkassen, a set of the 1940 issue, and Konversionkasse, 5 marks, 1933 (Pick 161, 169, 173, 174, 180-183, 185-187, 207, R135-R140), first two very fine, others mostly extremely fine or better (17) £100-150

119 Germany, Allied Military Currency, 12⁄ , 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 marks, 1944 all grey/black and green, blue or red on blue underprint, large M at centre (Pick 191-197), generally extremely fine or better, the first good fine (7) £60-80

120 Germany, Allied Occupation, 12⁄ , 1 and 5 Deutsche marks, 1948, green, blue and brown respectively, last with man seated at right, all with value at each corner (Pick 1a, 2a, 4a), extremely fine, good very fine and very fine, quite scarce (3) £200-300

121 Bank Deutscher Lander, 5 Deutsche marks, 9 December 1948, serial number 8B339247, black on green and yellow underprint, Europa on the bull at right, also 5 and 10 pfennig, 1948, and 10 Deutsche marks, 1949 (Pick 11, 12, 13i, 16a), first fresh and original, good extremely fine and scarce, others uncirculated (4) £150-200

122 Deutsche Bundesbank, 5, 10 and 20 marks, 1960, and several sets of the 1970-80 issue, including 100 marks, 1980, with copyright, also 5, 10, 20, 50 (2) and 100 marks from later issues (Pick 18-20, 30a-32a, 30b-32b, 33b, 33d, 34d), generally uncirculated (18) £200-250

123 Deutsche Notenbank, a group notes including 100 Deutsche marks, 1948, serial number C0839879, blue on multicoloured underprint, value at right and low left (Pick 15a), uncirculated, others generally uncirculated, a few fine (23) £80-120

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GHANA

124 Bank of Ghana, a sizable group of notes including, 10/- and £1, 1 July 1958 and £5, 1 July 1962, all with bank building at centre, also 1, 5, 10, 50 and 100 cedis, ND (1965), all with Kwame Nkrumah at left, as well as a number of more modern issues (Pick 1a, 2a, 3d, 5-9), about uncirculated or better (39) £200-300

126 Government of Gibraltar, £1, 1975, red, £5, 1988, green and £10, 1986, blue, all with Elizabeth II at centre right, arms at low left, also £5, £10 and £20, 1995 and £5, 2000 and £10, 2002, all with Elizabeth II at right (Linzmayer GOB B18a, B19b, B20b, B23B25, B27, B28, Pick 20-22, 25-7, 29, 30), about uncirculated or better (8) £150-200

GIBRALTAR

GREECE

127 Greece, a good sized group of notes, ranging from the 1920s to 1990s, generally about uncirculated, the post WWII issues very fine or better (65) £350-450

125 Government of Gibraltar, 10/-, 3 October 1958, serial number D487622, blue on yellow underprint, Rock of Gibraltar at left, value at low right and each corner, reverse blue, arms and values, also £1, 20 November 1971, serial number H429225, green (Linzmayer GOG B15d, B16g, Pick 17, 18), fresh and original, light central crease but about uncirculated and a very nice example, the second uncirculated (2) £150-200

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GREENLAND

GUATEMALA

128 Greenland, State Notes, 25 ore, ND (1913), serial number 194150, red on pale pink underprint, Eider Duck at centre, large Rasmussen signature, also 5 and 10 kroner, ND (1953-67), serial numbers 0651719 and 0880052, green and brown respectively, Polar Bear and Whale at centre (Pick 11c, 18a, 19b), first with 3mm tear in low margin, otherwise about uncirculated, second uncirculated, third good extremely fine (3) £200-250

130 Banco de Guatemala, a group of notes from the 1967 series onwards, including 12⁄ , 1 and 5 quetzals, 1964-67 series (Pick 51d, 52e, 53g), generally uncirculated (28) £150-200

GUERNSEY

GUADELOUPE

131 States of Guernsey, a small group comprising 10/-, 1966, £1 and £5, 1969, £1, £5 and £10, 1980, £1, 1991 and £5 (2), 1996 and 2000 (Banknote Yearbook GU32b, 34c, 42c, 35a, 43, 52b, 36b, 45a, 46), first very fine, others about uncirculated or better (9) £150-200 129 Caisse Centrale de la France d’Outre-Mer, Guadeloupe, 20 francs, ND (1947-49), serial number U.6 95861, multicolour, Emile Gentil at right, village scene at centre left, also 10 francs, 2 February 1944, purple and red, Marianne at centre and Banque de Guadeloupe, 25 francs, ND (1934, 1944), woman with wreath at centre, also Martinique, a small selection (Pick 14, 27, 33), first fresh and original, about uncirculated, second almost extremely fine, third fine (6) £180-220

GUINEE

132 Banque Centrale de la Republique de Guinee, a group including 50, 100 and 1000 francs, 1 March 1960, all with President Sekou Toure at left, also a selection of more modern issues (Pick 12, 13, 15), about uncirculated or better (24) £100-150 WWW.SPINK.COM

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HAITI

133 Banque National de la Republique d’Haiti, a group of modern issues, including 10 gourdes, 1951-64 issue, green, coffee plant at centre (Pick 181a), mostly about uncirculated or better (36) £80-120

136 Government of Hong Kong, a small group including $1, ND (1936), serial number M791887, purple on multicolour underprint, George VI at right, also $1, ND (1940-1), blue and $1, green, 1 January 1952, and a selection of lower denominations (Pick 312, 316, 324b), first and third about uncirculated, second good very fine (14) £150-200

HONDURAS

134 Banco Central de Honduras, a group of more modern issues, 1960s onwards, mostly uncirculated, a few earlier issues worse (25) £50-70

137 Hong Kong, a group of notes from The Chartered Bank (4), Standard Chartered Bank (7), HSBC (16) and Bank of China (7), mostly about uncirculated or better, a very useful lot (34) £400-500

HONG KONG HUNGARY

135 Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, $5, 1 May 1963, serial number 143705 AW, brown on multicolour underprint, seated woman at right, arms at centre, value at centre and each corner, reverse brown, bank building at centre, winged herald at top centre, value at left and each corner (Pick 181b), fresh and original about uncirculated and a rare date £500-700

138 Hungary, a large group of notes, including specimen 100,000 korona, 1 May 1923, and specimen 25,000 korona, 1 July 1923, with a considerable volume of notes from the 1920s through to the 1990s (Pick 72s, 78s), mostly good extremely fine or better (85) £180-220 35


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139 Islands Banki, remainder 5 kronur, 1920, serial number 415040, black on red and blue underprint, Geyser at left, reverse red and blue, Gyrfalcon at left (Pick 15r), uncirculated, scarce £200-300

140 Rikissjod Islands, 1 krona, L.1885&1900 (1922), serial number 296669, blue, value at top centre, and left and right, background of double circles, reverse arms, also 1 krona, 1941 issue (1945), blue on yellow paper (Pick 17b, 22k), first about uncirculated, thus very scarce, second uncirculated (2) £120-160

142 Landsbanki Islands, 5, 10, 50 and 100 kronur, L.1928 (1948-56), olive green, red, green and blue respectively, the 5 and 50 with J. Eriksson at left, the 10 and 100 with J. Sigurdsson at left (Pick 32b, 33a, 34a, 35c), a superb set, embossing still visible on serial numbers thus completely original, uncirculated (4) £250-350

143 Landsbanki Islands/Sedlabanki Islands, a group comprising 5, 10, 25 and 100 kronur, 1957 issue, 10, 25, 100, 500, 1000 and 5000 kronur, 1961 issue, 10, 50, 100, 500, 1000 and 5000 kronur, 1981-86 issue, 500, 1000 and 2000 kronur, 1994-00 issue, 500 (2), 1000 and 5000 kronur, 2001 issue (Pick 37-40, 4252, 53b, 55-60), the 1984 series 5000 scarce, all about uncirculated or better and a very nice group (23) £250-350

141 Landsbanki Islands, 5 kronur, 15 April 1928, serial number A2,373,225, brown on multicolour underprint, J. Eriksson at left, and 10 kronur, 15 April 1928, serial number B1,913716, blue on multicolour underprint, J. Sigurdsson at left (Pick 27b, 28), totally original, about uncirculated (2) £120-160

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INDIA A Very Rare ‘Karachi’ Issue

144 Government of India, 5 rupees, Karachi, 5 January 1916, serial number BG/53 376601, black on red underprint, value at centre, Gubbay signature (Pick not listed, Razack-Jhunjhunwalla 2A.1.5 E.1), fresh and original, some toning on reverse and some light folds and creases but a superb note, extremely fine, the Karachi issue rare in any grade but this one exceptional £2,500-3,500

145 Government of India, 1 rupee, ND (1917-30), serial number C/2 226962, black on red underprint, George V on coin at top left, value at top right and low left (Pick 1g, Razack Jhunjhunwalla 3.1.1A), single piece of graffiti at top right, otherwise a fresh and original good very fine £100-150

146 Government of India, 2 rupees 8 anna, ND (191730), serial number B/1 084307, black on blue and green underprint, George V at top left, value at top right and low left (Pick 2, Razack Jhunjhunwalla 3.3.1 B), original, a presentable good fine, very rare £700-1,000

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147 Government of India, 10 rupees, ND (1917-30), serial number G/78 115155, blue on multicolour underprint, George V at top right, also 1 rupee, 1935, green on multicolour underprint, George V on coin at top right (Pick 7a, 14a, Razack Jhunjhunwalla 3.2.1B, 3.7.1), almost very fine and good very fine (2) £250-300

148 Reserve Bank of India, 2 rupees, ND (1937), black A/19 322761, lilac on multicolour underprint, George VI at right, value at centre and top corners, Taylor signature, also Government of India, 1 rupee, ND (1940), green serial number R/72 346003, green, George V on coin at top right (Pick 17a, 25d, Razack Jhunjhunwalla 4.1.1B, 4.2.1), first wonderfully fresh and original, about uncirculated, second good extremely fine (2) £100-150

149 Reserve Bank of India, 5 rupees, ND (1937), serial number G/18 744850, brown on multicolour underprint, George VI at right, value at centre and each corner, Taylor signature (Pick 18a, Razack Jhunjhunwalla 4.3.1), embossing still visible on serial number, totally original and a lovely uncirculated example £150-200

150 Reserve Bank of India, 10 rupees, ND (1937), serial number G/86 939279, blue on olive underprint, George VI at right, Taylor signature (Pick 19a, Razack Jhunjhunwalla 4.5.1), embossing still visible on serial number, completely original, uncirculated and scarce in this grade £250-300

151 Reserve Bank of India, 100 rupees, Bombay, ND (1937), serial number A/27 402292, green on multicolour underprint, George VI at right, value at centre and top right (Pick 20a, Razack Jhunjhunwalla 4.7.1A), good very fine £80-120

152 Reserve Bank of India, 5 rupees, ND (1944), serial number C/37 053770, green on multicolour underprint, George VI facing at right, value at centre and top corners, Deshmukh signature (Pick 23a, Razack Jhunjhunwalla 4.4.1), completely original, uncirculated and very scarce in this grade £280-320

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156 Bank Melli Iran, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 rials, 1948-51 and 5 rials, 1944, blue, brown, green, pink, dark green, dark blue and red-brown respectively, all with Shah Pahlavi at right, value at centre and each corner (Pick 39, 47-52), the 100 and 500 very good, others about uncirculated (7) £300-400

153 Reserve Bank of India, 10 rupees, ND (1944), serial number C/25 848325, purple on multicolour underprint, George VI facing at right (Pick 24, Razack Jhunjhunwalla 4.6.1), fresh and original, about uncirculated £100-150

157 Bank Melli Iran, 10 rials, 1953 and 20, 50 and 100 rials, 1951, also 10, 20, 50 and 100 rials, 954 and 10, 20 and 200 rials, 1958, all with Shah Pahlavi at right (Pick 55-57, 59, 64-70), about uncirculated or better (11) £250-350

154 Government/Reserve Bank of India, a significant group of Republic notes, 1949 onwards, including 100 rupees, Rama Rau signature, blue-purple, and 100 rupees, Lengar signature, purple (Pick 43a, 44), mostly very nice grade, good extremely fine or better, a few earlier examples worse, a great lot (48) £400-600

IRAN

158 Bank Markazi Iran, a group of the 1960s-70s issues, including a complete set of the final Kingdom issue (Pick 71, 72, 78-80, 84-87, 90-92, 97-108), generally uncirculated (23) £180-220

155 Bank Melli Iran, 5 rials (2) and 10 rials (2), AH 1317 (1938), first two red-brown, others purple, all with Shah Reza at right (Pick 32Aa, 32Ae, 33Aa, 33Ab), first two about uncirculated, third good extremely fine, last good fine (4) £200-250 39


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ISRAEL

159 Bank Markazi, a sizable group of the Islamic Republic issues, including a complete set of the 1981 first issue, including the 5000 and 10,000 rials, and overprinted notes (4), also Iranian Azerbaijan, 50 rials (Pick 127, 128-31), generally uncirculated (31) £150-200

IRELAND

162 Israel, a group of notes including several of the Anglo Palestine and Bank Leumi issues, and a complete run of all notes from 1955 to 2008 (Pick 10c, 12c, 13, 1517, 19-22, 24-63), early notes very fine to extremely fine, the majority of others uncirculated (50) £250-350

ITALY

160 Ireland, a group of notes including Central Bank of Ireland (10), Allied Irish Banks (2), Bank of Ireland (8), Northern Bank (7), Provincial Bank of Ireland (2), and Ulster Bank (6), generally about uncirculated or better, an interesting group (35) £500-700

ISLE OF MAN

163 Banca D’Italia, a group of notes including, 25 lira, 22 January 1919, brown and red-orange, Italia at right, eagle above, also 5000 lira, 28 January 1948, blue, long format, Italia at left and right (Pick 2, 20h, 23, 25-28, 36-37, 38e, 42b, 55, 58-59, 86), good fine, others mixed grades, more modern notes better (45) £350-450

161 Isle of Man Government, a small group comprising, 10/-, red, Stallard signature, 50p (2), blue, Stallard and John Paul signatures, £1 (4), John Paul and Dawson (3 varieties) signatures, and £5, £10 and £20, Cashen signatures, about uncirculated or better (10) £120-160

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JAMAICA

JERSEY

164 Bank of Jamaica, a group of notes including 5/-, ND (1960), serial number FK276028, red, Elizabeth II at left, also £1, green, as well as a significant number of later issues (Pick 51Ac, 51C), first uncirculated, second good very fine, others mixed grades, generally extremely fine or better (21) £150-200

166 States of Jersey, 10/- and £1, and specimen £5, 1963, £1, £5, and specimen £10 and specimen £20, also several later issues, all with Elizabeth II at right (Banknote Yearbook JE10, 11b, 21bs, 12a, 22b, 32as, 41bs), some very high/low numbers, generally uncirculated, a nice group (15) £300-400

JAPAN JORDAN

165 Japan, a group of mixed issues, including post WW2 military occupation, Manchurian occupation, and several modern notes, a few very fine, most about uncirculated or better (26) £200-250

167 The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, 1 dinar, L.1949, green, King Abdullah at right, value at each corner, signature 2, reverse green, ruins (Linzmayer HKJ B2 bPick 2b), a beautifully fresh about uncirculated, scarce in this grade £400-600

168 The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, 5 dinars, L.1949, red, King Abdullah at right, value at each corner, signature 1, reverse red, Treasury at Petra at centre (Linzmayer HKJ B3b, Pick 3), a beautifully fresh about uncirculated, scarce in this grade £450-550 41


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169 The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, 10 dinars, L.1949, blue, King Abdullah at right, value at each corner, signature 1, reverse blue, Treasury at Petra at centre (Linzmayer HKJ B4a, Pick 4), some general handling and slight bends, but fresh and original about uncirculated, scarce in this grade £600-800

172 The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, 10 dinars, L.1949 (1952), blue, King Hussein at right, value at each corner, signature 5, reverse blue, Treasury at Petra at centre (Linzmayer HKJ B9c, Pick 8c), original and fresh, good very fine to almost extremely fine £280-340

170 The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, 500 fils, L.1949 (1952), purple, irrigation ditches at centre, signature 3, reverse purple, man with cattle at centre (Linzmayer HKJ B6a, Pick 5Aa), original good very fine, this signature rare £250-350

173 Central Bank of Jordan, 500 fils, 1, 5 and 10 dinars, 1959 issue, brown, green, red and blue respectively, all with King Hussein at left (Linzmayer CBJ B1a, B2a, B3a, B4a, Pick 9-12), all original and fresh, first good extremely fine to about uncirculated, scarce, second about uncirculated, third and last good very fine (4) £200-300

171 The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, 1 dinar and 5 dinars, L.1949 (1952), green and red respectively, King Hussein at right, value at each corner, both signature 3 (Linzmayer HKJ B7a, B8a, Pick 6, 7), both original very fine (2) £180-240

174 Central Bank of Jordan, 500 fils, 1, 5 and 10 dinars, ND (1959 second issue), brown, green, red and blue respectively, all with King Hussein at left (Linzmayer CBJ B5, B6, B7, B8, Pick 13-16), about uncirculated to uncirculated (4) £120-160

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KAZAKHSTAN

175 Central Bank of Jordan, 12⁄ , 1, 5, 10 and 20 (2) dinars, 1975-88 issue, brown, green, red/orange, blue, brown and brown/blue respectively, all with King Hussein at left (Linzmayer CBJ B9b, 10a, 11b, 12c, 13d, 22c, Pick 17-22), uncirculated (6) £120-160

178 National Bank of Kazakhstan, a complete set of the first 1993 issue, as well as several more modern notes, also Kyrgyzstan, a small group of the 1994 and 2009 issues, uncirculated (37) £50-70

KENYA

176 Central Bank of Jordan, a set of the more modern issues, 1992 onwards, including 12⁄ , 1, 5, 10 and 20 dinars, 1992 issue, 12⁄ , 1, 5, 10 and 20 dinars, 1995 issue, 50 dinars, 1999, and 1, 5, 10, 20 and 50 dinars, 2002, all about uncirculated or better (16) £250-350

179 Central Bank of Kenya, a group of notes including, 5 shillings, 1968, 5, 10 and 20 shillings, 1973, 5, 10, 20 and 100 shillings, 1974-77, 5, 10, 20 and 100 shillings, 1978, as well as a significant group of later issues, about uncirculated or better (35) £450-550

KATANGA

KOREA

177 Banque Nationale du Katanga, 10, 20, 50 and 100 francs, 1960, all with Moise Tshombe at right, value at left and each corner, reverse Civic Theatre in Elizabethville (Linzmayer BNK B3a, B4a, B5a, B6a, Pick 5-8), first extremely fine, others about uncirculated (4) £400-500

180 North Korea, an almost complete group of issues from 1947 to the present day, generally uncirculated (50) £80-120 43


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181 South Korea, a varied group of notes, including 100 won, 1961-2, dark green on olive underprint, woman and child at right (Korea Pick 38, 43, 46, South Korea Pick 1-3, 12, 13, 16-17, 26), mixed grades, most about uncirculated or better, the 100 won uncirculated (32) £300-350

184 Kuwait Currency Board, 5 dinars, 1960, serial number I/1 711668, green on multicolour underprint, Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salem Al-Saba at right, value at each corner, reverse dhow in full sail (Linzmayer KCB B5a, Pick 5), a beautiful fresh example, about uncirculated to uncirculated and rare in this grade £800-1,200

KUWAIT

182 Kuwait Currency Board, 14⁄ , 12⁄ and 1 dinar, 1960, brown, purple and red-brown respectively, Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salem Al-Saba at right (Linzmayer KCB B1a, 2a, 3a, Pick 1-3), all fresh and original, the first and third about uncirculated, second good extremely fine (3) £200-250

183 Kuwait Currency Board, 5 dinars, 1960, serial number I/1 276872, blue on multicolour underprint, Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salem Al-Saba at right, value at each corner (Linzmayer KCB B4a, Pick 4), totally original, about uncirculated to uncirculated and scarce in this grade, a lovely example £800-1,200

185 Central Bank of Kuwait, a full set of the 1970-71 issue, comprising 14⁄ , 12⁄ , 1, 5 and 10 dinars, all with Amir Shaikh Sabah at right, value at each corner (Linzmayer CBK B1-B5, Pick 6-10), first about uncirculated, others uncirculated (5) £500-700

186 Central Bank of Kuwait, a group of the 1980-86 issue, comprising 14⁄ , 12⁄ , 1, 5 and 10 dinars, all arms at right, value at each corner, as well as a virtually complete set of the later issues (Pick 11-26, CS1, CS2), generally uncirculated (17) £120-160

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LAOS

189 Latvijas Bankas, 25 latu, 1938, serial number B973,524, green on multicolour underprint, Lacplesis, Slayer of Bears, at right, and 100 latu, 1938, serial number A047180, red on multicolour underprint, farming family at centre left (Pick 21, 22), fresh and original, about uncirculated and a lovely pair (2) £160-220

187 Banque Nationale du Laos, a group of notes including 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 kip, ND (1957-62 issue), 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 200 and 1000 kip, ND (196263 issue), and 10, 100, 500, 1000 and 5000 kip, ND (1974-75 issue), also several Pathet Lao Government and Bank of the Lao issues, up to the current notes (Linzmayer BNL B1-B6, B8-B19, Pick 1-6, 8-19), generally uncirculated, few earlier examples very fine to extremely fine (41) £120-160

LATVIA

190 Latvian Government State Treasury, 10 latu, 1925, serial number T023415, maroon/brown, caduceus at low centre, reverse arms at low centre, oak tree behind (Pick 24e), a reasonably fresh and completely original fine, very scarce £200-250

188 Latvia, a group of notes including, 1, 5, 10, 25 and 100 rubli, 1919, 5, 10, 25 and 50 kapeikas, 1920, 20 latu, 1925, 25 latu, 1928, 50 latu, 1934, also Riga Workers Soviet issues, 1, 3, 5 and 10 rubli, 1919, and a group of the 1992 series and onwards (Pick 2b, 3f, 4f, 5h, 7c, 9-12, 17, 18, 20, R1-R4), 1920s issues good fine, others extremely fine to uncirculated (31) £200-250 191 Latvian Government State Treasury, 10 latu, 1934, serial number V112556, dark blue-green, 10 latu, 1939, dark brown, fisherman at low left, 20 latu, 1935, brown, Riga Castle at centre, and Latvian Government Exchange, 5 lati, 1940, blue-black, bridge over River Guaja at centre (Pick 25e, 29d, 30a, 34a), good very fine, about uncirculated, good very fine and about very fine (4) £120-160

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LEBANON

LITHUANIA

192 Lebanon, a sizable group of notes including 25 livres, 1952, serial number T30 61354, blue on multicolour underprint, harbour scene at centre, and 1, 5 and 10 livres, 1952-64 issue, and a considerable number of other notes, both earlier and later (Pick 55-58), above notes original good very fine, most earlier examples fine or better, later generally about uncirculated (39) £500-700

195 Lietuvos Bankas, a group including 1, 5, 20 and 50 centu, 1922, 5 and 20 litu, 1929-30, and a large set of modern issues (Pick 7-10, 26, 27), first three about uncirculated, fourth very fine, fifth and sixth good fine, modern issues uncirculated (45) £200-250

LESOTHO

193 Lesotho, a group including Monetary Authority, 2 and 5 maloti, 1979, Central Bank, 2, 5, 10 and 20 maloti, 1981-84, 2, 5, 10 and 20 maloti, 1989-93, and 20, 50, 100 and 200 maloti, 1994-2006 issue, with 10 and 20 maloti, 2010, about uncirculated or better (15) £200-250

196 Lietuvos Bankas, 10 litu, 1927, serial number E455,440, green, arms at top centre, 50 litu, 1927. serial number A775,796, blue, Dr. Jonas Basanavicus at left, and 100 litu 1928, serial number A679,579, purple, allegorical female and infant at left and right (Pick 23, 24, 25), good extremely fine, about uncirculated and extremely fine, fairly scarce in this grade (3) £150-200

LUXEMBOURG LIBYA

194 Libya, a good sized group of notes, generally modern issues, but including 1 Libyan pound, 1963, blue, and 5 piastres, 1955, orange (Pick 30, 5), above notes very fine, later issues generally uncirculated, a few worse (36) £200-250

197 Luxembourg, a small group of notes including most of the post 1960s issues, with Grand Duke Jean or Grand Duchess Charlotte (Pick 14, 14A, 31, 42, 5159), generally uncirculated (16) £80-120

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MACAU

201 Macau, a group of Banco Nacional Ultramarino and Banco da China notes, all 1991 onwards, including 10, 20 and 50 patacas, 1990-96 issue, 10 patacas, 2003, 10 and 20 patacas, 2005, 10, 20 and 100 patacas, 1995-96 issue, 50 patacas, 1999 and 10 patacas, 2001 (Pick 65-67, 77, 80, 81, 90, 91, 93, 97, 101), about uncirculated to uncirculated (11) £150-200

198 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Macau, 1 pataca, 16 November 1945, serial number 1626075, blue, temple at right, also 1 avo, ND (1942), 50 avos, ND (1944) and 10 avos, 1946 (Pick 13, 21, 28, 36), third fine, others about uncirculated (4) £80-120

MACEDONIA

199 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Macau, 10 patacas, 8 April 1963, serial number 5509062, blue on multicolour underprint, also 5 patacas, 18 November 1976, serial number 1420034, brown on multicolour underprint, both with Carneiro at right (Pick 50, 54), second with two small marks in margins, otherwise both uncirculated (2) £180-220

202 National Bank of Macedonia, a complete set of the 1992 issue, also National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia, a partial set of the 1993 issue, up to the 500 denari (Pick 1-17), generally uncirculated (17) £50-70

200 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Macau, 100 patacas, 12 May 1984, serial number QG21192, blue and purple on multicolour underprint, Pessanha at right, also 5 and 10 patacas, both 8 August 1981, green with temple and brown with lighthouse respectively (Pick 58c, 59d, 61a), uncirculated, the 100 patacas a scarcer type (3) £250-300

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MADAGASCAR

MALAYA

203 Madagascar, a good sized group of notes, including mostly modern notes, but with some pre 1960s examples, early examples generally fine to very fine, more modern notes mostly uncirculated (29) £100-150

205 Board of Commissioners of Currency, Malaya, 20 cents, 1 July 1941, brown on orange and green underprint, George VI at left, value at top corners and low right, reverse arms and values (Pick 9b), fresh and original about uncirculated, very scarce in this grade £150-200

MALAWI

204 Reserve Bank of Malawi, a sizable group of mostly modern issues, but including 2 kwacha, 1971, 50 tambala (2), 1975, 1983, 1 kwacha (2), 1978, 1988, 4 kwacha, 1988 and 10 kwacha, 1988 (Pick 7, 9c, 13e, 14, 14b, 21b), first very fine, others generally uncirculated (33) £150-200

206 Board of Commissioners of Currency, Malaya, 1 dollar, 1 July 1941, serial number D/18 019027, blue on orange and green underprint, George VI at right, value at left, reverse arms and values (Pick 11), fresh and original about uncirculated, scarce in this grade £100-150

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MALDIVES

207 Board of Commissioners of Currency, Malaya, a small group comprising 10 cents, 15 August 1940, blue, pink and tan, 1 cent, 1941, lilac, 5 cents (2), 1941, red, both varieties, 10 cents, 1941, two colour shades, 50 cents, 1941, violet, all with George VI at left, also a group of Japanese Invasion notes (Pick 2, 6, 7a, 7b, 8, 10a, M1-M8, M10), first extremely fine, others about uncirculated, Japanese mixed, a useful group (16) £200-250

210 Maldives Government Treasury, a group of notes including 1, 2, 5 and 10 rupees, first issue, 2, 5, 10, 20, and 50 rupees, 1983-87, and 5, 10 and 100 rupees, 1998, all with sailing boat (Pick 2-5, 9-13, 18, 21, 22) generally uncirculated (12) £60-80

MALI

208 Board of Commissioners of Currency, Malaya and British Borneo, $1 and $10, 21 March 1953, prefixes A/70 and A/28, blue and orange respectively, both with Elizabeth II at right, also $1, 1 March 1959, serial number B/27 661848, dark blue, sailing boat at left, De La Rue printing (Pick 1, 3, 8A), extremely fine, very fine, and about uncirculated (3) £200-250

211 Banque Centrale du Mali, 500 francs, ND (197384), serial number A.18 06193, multicolour, soldier at left, bulldozers at right, and 1000 francs, ND (197084), serial number A.20 81935, multicolour, man at right (Pick 12d, 13b), a lovely fresh uncirculated pair (2) £100-150

MALAYSIA

209 Bank Negara Malaysia, a group of notes including 1 and 10 ringgit, 1967, and 1 and 5 ringgit, 1972, all with T.A. Rahman at right (Pick 1, 3a, 7, 8), generally uncirculated (21) £180-220 49


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212 Banque Centrale du Mali, 10000 francs, ND (1970-84), serial number M.2 01038, multicolour, man with fez at left, factory at low right, reverse young woman with coin headband at right, weaver at left, Dussine and Makalou signatures (Linzmayer BCM B15c, Pick 15c), a beautifully fresh and original uncirculated example of a classic note, a scarce signature variety £750-1,000

MALTA

213 Government of Malta, 10/-, ND (1963), serial number A/2 193210, green on multicolour underprint, Elizabeth II at right, George Cross at centre, value at each corner, reverse Mgarr Harbour (Linzmayer GOM B24a, Pick 25a), original and fresh about uncirculated, scarce £300-400

214 Central Bank of Malta, 10/-, ND (1968), serial number A/4 234152, red, and £1, ND (1969), serial number A/4 940105, olive green, both with Elizabeth II at right, George Cross at centre (Pick 28, 29), both fresh and original, first good extremely fine to about uncirculated, second about uncirculated (2) £150-200

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MEXICO

215 Malta, a group including mostly post 1960s issues, but including £1, ND (1940), £1, ND (1951), and £1, ND (1954), also 1 and 5 liri, ND (1973), (Pick 20b, 22, 24b, 31, 32), extremely fine, fine and about uncirculated, later issues about uncirculated or better (12) £180-220

218 Banco de Mexico, a large group of notes from the 1960s up to the present day, mixed grades but mostly about uncirculated or better (65) £120-160

MAURITIUS

MONTENEGRO

216 Bank of Mauritius, 5, 10, 25 and 50 rupees, ND (1967), blue, red, green and purple respectively, all with Elizabeth II at right, also a group of the later issues (Pick 30-34), about uncirculated to uncirculated (18) £220-260

219 Royal Government of Montenegro, 20 perpera, 1914 second issue, black and brown, 1, 2 and 10 perpera, 1914 third issue, also Army Administration, 1, 2, 5 and 10 perpera, 1917-18 (Pick 11, 15, 16, 18, M148-M150, M153), 1, 2 and 5 perpera military issues about uncirculated, others fine to very fine (8) £100-150

MEMEL

217 Memel Chamber of Commerce, a set of the 1922 issue, comprising 12⁄ , 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 75 mark, all with black lettering on multicoloured underprints (Pick 1-8), the 75 very fine, others extremely fine to uncirculated (8) £100-150 51


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MOROCCO

220 Morocco, a good sized group including 5 and 10 dirhams, ND (1960), multicoloured, King Muhammad V in Fez, also including several 1940s issues and more modern notes (Pick 9, 18b, 20, 21, 23Ab, 24-27, 39, 44, 45, 53, 45), 1960 issues about uncirculated, older notes mixed grades, generally good fine to good very fine, though some much better, modern issues generally uncirculated (28) £200-250

222 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, 1, 212⁄ , 5 and 10 escudos, 1 September 1941, green, blue, dark brown and light brown respectively, F. de Oliveira Chamico at left, steamship seal at right, arms at low centre (Pick 81-84), all original and fresh, first good very fine, second and third extremely fine, last good extremely fine (4) £200-250

MOZAMBIQUE NAMIBIA

221 Mozambique, a sizable group of notes including Banco Nacional Ultramarino, 10 and 20 centavos, 1914, and 1 and 5 escudos, 1921, 212⁄ and 5 escudos, 1944/45, as well as a considerable number of more modern issues, also Guine, 50 escudos, 1971 (Pick 53, 54, 66, 68, 93, 94), fine to good very fine, more modern issues generally about uncirculated to uncirculated (36) £80-120

223 Bank of Namibia, specimen 10, 50 and 100 Namibia dollars, 1993, blue, green and red respectively, all with Kaptein Hendrick Witbool at centre left, arms at top left, with a few later issued notes (Pick 1s, 2s, 3s), specimens about uncirculated to uncirculated, others mixed (6) £120-160

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NEPAL

NETHERLANDS INDIES

224 Government/Central Bank of Nepal, a group of notes including 1 mohru, 1951 first issue, 5, 10 and 100 mohru, 1951 second issue, as well as a large group of later issues (Pick 1, 5-10, 15), first three good extremely fine, fourth very fine, others generally uncirculated (48) £180-220

227 Netherlands Indies, 1, 5, 10 and 50 gulden, 1943, black, blue, red and olive green respectively, all with Queen Wilhelmina at right, also a group of other mixed issues (Pick 111, 113, 114, 116, 73b, 79, 108), aformentioned good extremely fine to about uncirculated, others mixed, generally good very fine or better (14) £80-120

NETHERLANDS NEW HEBRIDES

225 The Netherlands, a group including 2.50 gulden, 1923, blue and green, 10, 25 and 100 gulden, 193033, also 5, 10 and 25 gulden, 1966-72 issue, 5 gulden, 1973, 50 and 100 gulden, 1977-85 issue, and 10, 25 and 100 gulden, 1989-97 issue (Pick 19, 49-51, 9092, 95-97, 99-101), early notes generally good very fine, modern notes about uncirculated or better (23) £300-400

228 Institut D’Emission D’Outre-Mer, Nouvelles Hebrides, 100, 500 and 1000 francs, ND (1970 issue), multicoloured (Pick 18b, 19a, 20a), also Noumea, 20 francs, ND (1963), 100 francs, ND (1985) and 500 francs, ND (1973), multicoloured (Pick 50c, 60e, 63b), about uncirculated or better (6) £300-400

NETHERLANDS ANTILLES

226 Netherlands Antilles, 5 gulden, 1972, serial number PD191402, blue and green, also 1 and 212⁄ gulden, 1970, 5 gulden, 1986, also Aruba, 5 and 10 florins, 1986, and 5, 10 and 25 florins, 1990, also Suriname, a large group of 1960s issues up to the present day (25), (Linzmayer BNA B8b, Pick 8), about uncirculated or better (34) £120-160 53


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NEW ZEALAND

NICARAGUA

229 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, a group of notes including 10/- and £1, ND (1960-67), $1 and $2, ND (1967 issue), and $1, $2 and $5, ND (1981-92 issue), $10, 1990 commemorative issue, and full sets of the 1992 and 1999 series (Pick 158d, 159d, 163d, 164d, 169-171, 177-181, 185-189), second good extremely fine, others about uncirculated to uncirculated (19) £300-400

230 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, $5 and $10, ND (1967 issue), serial number O27 019958 and H9 930804, orange and blue respectively, Elizabeth II at right, both Wilks signatures (Pick 165b, 166b), both original and fresh, about uncirculated and the scarce signatures for type (2) £200-250

232 Banco Nacional de Nicaragua, a large group of notes from 1960 onwards, including almost complete sets from 1979 onwards, generally uncirculated (55) £80-120

NIGERIA

233 Central Bank of Nigeria, 10 naira, ND (1973-78), serial number DE/9 972209, red-purple, bank building at centre, signature 3, 5/- and £1, 1958 issue, lilac and red respectively, also 5/- and £1, 1967 issue, and 5/-, 10/- and £1, 1968 issue, and a number of later issues (Pick 2, 4, 6, 8, 10a-12a, 14c, 15a, 17c), first about uncirculated, a scarce signature, 1958 notes and the 1967 £1 about uncirculated, 1967 5/- good very fine, others listed above good fine to very fine, later issues generally uncirculated (33) £300-400

231 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, $10, $20 and $50, ND (1981-92 series), all with serial number 000046, prefixes NXN, THT and XBJ respectively, Elizabeth II at centre right, Brash signature (Pick 172c, 173c, 74b), about uncirculated to uncirculated, a good set of low numbers (3) £150-200

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NORWAY

237 Central Bank of Oman, 100 and 200 baiza, 14⁄ , 12⁄ , 1 and 5 rials, ND (1977-85), all with arms at right, reverse ports, castles and forts, also 100 and 200 baiza, 1 4 ⁄ , 12⁄ , 1 and 5 rials, 1985-94, all with Sultan Qaboos bin Said at right (Linzmayer CBO B1-B6, B10-B15, Pick 13-18, 22-27), mostly uncirculated (20) £120-160

234 Norges Bank, a group of notes including 1 krone, 1917, black and green, and 2 kroner, 1918, black and red, 5, 10 and 50 kroner, 1943, 50 kroner, 1960, and 100 kroner, 1961, as well as a variety of others, including a considerable number of modern issues (Pick 7c, 8c, 13, 14, 9d, 10c, 15a, 16b, 25a, 26a, 30g, 31b, 32c, 33c), first two about uncirculated, other early notes very fine to extremely fine, more modern notes generally uncirculated (31) £450-550

PAKISTAN

MUSCAT AND OMAN

238 State Bank of Pakistan, a fair sized group of notes, including 10 rupees, Haj Pilgrim note, 1951 issue, purple, Jinnah at left, value at each corner, also a virtually complete set of issues from 1957 onwards, and several earlier examples (Linzmayer SBP BR4, Pick R4), 10 rupees about uncirculated, others extremely fine or better (38) £200-250

235 Sultanate of Muscat and Oman, 100 baiza, 14⁄ , 12⁄ and 1 rial saidi, ND (1970), brown, blue, green and red respectively, all with arms at right, reverse castles and forts (Linzmayer SMO B1-B4, Pick 1-4), the 1⁄4 about uncirculated, others uncirculated (4) £150-200

PALESTINE

236 Oman Currency Board, 100 baiza, 14⁄ , 12⁄ and 1 rial Omani, ND (1973), brown, blue, green and red respectively, all with arms at right, reverse castles and forts (Linzmayer OCB B1-B4, Pick 7-10), uncirculated (4) £80-120

239 Palestine Currency Board, 500 mils, 30 September 1929, serial number D049179, purple on green underprint, Rachels Tomb near Bethlehem at left, value at each corner (Linzmayer PCB B1b, Pick 6), original fine, the 1929 scarce in any grade £350-450 55


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240 Palestine Currency Board, 500 mils, 30 September 1939, serial number D932502, purple on green underprint, Rachels Tomb near Bethlehem at left, value at each corner (Linzmayer PCB B1c, Pick 6), original fine £150-250

243 Palestine Currency Board, £5, 20 April 1939, serial number C402030, orange, Crusaders Tower in Ramleh at left, value at each corner (Linzmayer PCB B3c, Pick 8c), top right corner tip missing, fine and scarce £500-700

PERU

241 Palestine Currency Board, a “short snorter” £1, 30 September 1929, serial number G816083, green, Dome of the Rock at left, value at each corner (Linzmayer PCB B2b, Pick 7), taped where damaged at each side, at least seven signatures on obverse, very good and a rare example of a Palestine “short snorter” £150-200

242 Palestine Currency Board, £1, 20 April 1939, serial number V506391, green, Dome of the Rock at left, value at each corner (Linzmayer PCB B2c, Pick 7), a presentable fine £150-200

244 Peru, a group of mostly post 1960s issuse, also Venezuela, a group of modern notes (Pick 30, 66, 80), generally uncirculated, a few earlier notes worse (67) £80-100

PHILIPPINES

245 Philippines, a good sized group of notes, including 1 peso, 1936, 1 and 2 pesos, Victory series, an almost complete set of the 1949 series, missing only the 500 pesos, and a mostly complete group of other post 1969 issues (Pick 94, 95, 126-140 [not 127, 129, 132]), extremely fine or better, later issues uncirculated (56) £120-160

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POLAND

249 Bank Polski, a group of notes from 1924-1941 including 1 zloty, 28 February 1919 (1924), purple, several 1929 and 1930s issues, and an almost complete run of the 1940 and 1941 issues including 5 and 500 zloytch, 1940 (Pick 51, 57, 58, 69, 71-77, 91-103), first and second extremely fine, others mixed, several about uncirculated or better (24) £100-150

246 Polish State Loan Bank, 12⁄ , 1, 2, 5, 10 and 100 marek, 1917, black, red and green, crowned eagle arms, reverse facing busts of Minerva at left and right (Pick 7-10, 12, 15), first and third uncirculated, others good very fine to about extremely fine (6) £100-150

247 Polish State Loan Bank, a group of the 1919 1st, 2nd and 3rd issues, comprising 100 marek, 1st issue, 1, 5 and 1000 marek, 2nd issue, and 1, 5, 10, 20, 100, 500 and 1000 marek, 3rd issue, also 12⁄ and 5000 marek, 1920 issue, and 10 zlotych, 1794 (Pick 17, 19, 20, 22-31, A2), generally good very fine or better, some uncirculated, last good extremely fine (14) £120-160

250 Polish National Bank, a large group of liberation and post WW2 issues including a full set of the 1944 issue, a full set of the 1946 issues including a 1000 zlotych, a full set of the 1947 issue, a full set of the 1948 issue, also three Litzmanstadt notes and seven Theresienstadt notes (Pick 104-119 [not all varieties], 121-140), 100 zlotych 1946 uncirculated, others mixed but generally extremely fine or better, a really interesting and complete lot (39) £200-250

248 Polish State Loan Bank, a set of the 1922-23 inflation issues comprising 10000, 50000, 100000, 250000, 500000 and 1000000 marek, also Ministry of Finance, 1 and 5 groszy, 1924, and 10, 20 and 50 groszy, 1924-25 (Pick 32-37, 42-46), 250000 marek and last two very fine, others about uncirculated (11) £180-220

251 Polish National Bank, a virtually complete group of post 1974 issues, missing only the very high denominations (Pick 141-156, 159-161, 164-181), generally uncirculated (39) £100-150

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PORTUGAL

QATAR AND DUBAI

252 Banco de Portugal, 1000 escudos, 1961, purple on multicolour underprint, Queen Filipa de Lancastre at right, also 20 escudos, 1960, green, de Menzes at right (Pick 163, 166), fresh and original, extremely fine and very fine (2) £120-160

255 Qatar and Dubai Currency Board, 1 riyal, ND (1966), green and multicoloured, dhow, derrick and palm at left (Linzmayer QDBC B1a, Pick 1), about uncirculated £150-250

QATAR

253 Banco de Portugal, a group of notes including 1000 escudos, 1967, 5000 escudos, 1993, 2000 escudos, 1992 (Pick 89, 102, 105, 113, 149, 153, 154, 159, 160, 167-170, 172, 184f, 186c), earlier issues mixed, mostly very fine to extremely fine, modern notes generally about uncirculated (34) £200-300

256 Qatar Monetary Agency, 1, 5 and 10 riyals, ND (1973), red-brown, brown and green respectively, arms at right (Linzmayer QMA B1a, 2a, 3a, Pick 1, 2, 3), uncirculated (3) £150-200

PORTUGUESE INDIA

254 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Portuguese India, 5 rupias, 1 January 1938, serial number 448297, green and pale lilac, floating palace at centre, arms low centre, value at centre and at each corner, De Sa and Viegas signatures (Pick 31, Razack-Jhunjhunwalla 12.24.4), an original about very fine, scarce £200-300

257 Qatar Monetary Agency, 1 riyal (2), 1981 and 1985, 5 and 10 riyals, ND (1981), Central Bank, 1 and 5 riyals, 1996, 1 riyal (2),5,10,50 and 100 riyals, ND (2003-), (Linzmayer QMA B7a, 8a, 9a, 13a QCB B1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, Pick 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 23, 24), the last 50 and 100 good very fine, balance uncirculated (12) £120-160

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RHODESIA

261 Romania, a virtually complete set of 1966-2005 issues, also Moldova, a group of the post 1992 issues (14), (Pick 91-109, 111-115, 117-121), generally uncirculated (43) £120-160

258 Reserve Bank of Rhodesia, 10 shillings, 28 October 1964, prefix H/5, blue, Elizabeth II at right, stone falcon low left, arms top centre, also £1, 21 September 1964, prefix G/5, red, Elizabeth II at right, arms top centre, flowers low left (Linzmayer RBR B1e, 2e, Pick 24, 25), very fine and about uncirculated (2) £150-180

RUSSIA

262 Field Treasury, Northwest Front, 1000 rubles, 1919, serial number 053776, black and tan, double headed eagle at right, value surrounded by flags, shields and weapons at left, also a 25 rubles (Pick S210, S207), first fresh and original about uncirculated, second extremely fine £220-260

259 Reserve Bank of Rhodesia, a small group comprising $1, 1976, blue, $2 (2), 1970,1979, red and $5, 1979, brown and $10, 1979, blue-grey, all arms at right (Linzmayer RBR B7m, 8a, 8p ,9d, 10k, Pick 30, 31, 32, 33), $1 and 1970 $2 about uncirculated, others uncirculated (5) £120-160

ROMANIA

263 South Russia, a group of notes including, Currency Tokens issue, 25 and 250 rubles, 1918 and 100 and 1000 rubles, 1919, Government Treasury Notes issue, 3, 10, 50, 200, 1000 and 10000 rubles, 1919 (Pick S 412, 414, 417-418, 420-425), good extremely fine to uncirculated, most better (10) £200-250

260 Romania, a large group of pre 1960s notes including 1000 lei, 1936, 1000 lei, 1939, both brown with allegories to the left and right, and 5000 lei, 1940, blue, King Carol at right, several earier issues and a complete set of the 1944, 1945 and 1947 National Bank issues, and a complete set of the 1945-52 Ministry of Finance issues, (Pick 45, 46, 48, 56-65, 76-90), mostly about uncirculated or better (42) £300-400 59


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SAINT HELENA

264 Russia, a large group of notes, from 1898 to the present day, including some scarce and interesting notes, mixed grades, needs viewing (130) £1,000-1,500

267 Government of Saint Helena, a small group comprising 50 pence, £1 and £5, ND (1976-), and £1, ND (1981), all Elizabeth II at right (Linzmayer GOSH B1a, 2a, 5a, 3b, Pick 5, 6, 9, 7), the 1976 £1 about uncirculated, others uncirculated (4) £50-60

RWANDA AND BURUNDI SAINT PIERRE AND MIQUELON

265 Banque d’emission du Rwanda et du Burundi, 5 francs, 1961, brown, impala at left, 10 francs, 1960, black, hippo at left (Linzmayer BERB B1b, 2a, Pick 1, 2), good extremely fine and an original good very fine (2) £150-200

268 Saint Pierre and Miquelon, 5, 10 and 20 francs, ND (1950-), Bogainville, Colbert and Gentil respectively, also 50 francs with a pale blue 1 NOUVEAU FRANC overprint, D’Esnambuc at left (Pick 22, 23, 24, 30b), uncirculated, a very pretty set (4) £120-160

RWANDA SAINT THOMAS AND PRINCE

266 Banque Nationale du Rwanda, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 francs, all 1976, 50 francs, 1974, green, President Habyarimana at left, 100,500 and 1000 francs, 1978 together with more modern issues (9) (Linzmayer BNR B6h, 7f, 8g, 9f, 10f, 11a, 12a, 13a, 14a, 16a, 19a, 17a, 32a ff), about uncirculated or better (18) £160-240

269 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, S. Tome e Principe, 50 and 100 escudos, 1958, 50 dobras, 1977, 100 and 500 dobras, 1982 and 1000 dobras, 1989, 500 and 1000 dobras, 1993 and 5000, 10000 and 20000 dobras, 1996 (Pick 37, 38, 52, 57, 58, 62, 63-67), second very fine, others about uncirculated or better (11) £60-80

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SAUDI ARABIA

SCOTLAND

270 Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency, a group including 1 and 10 riyals, 1961 issue, first brown, Mountain of Light, second green, Dhows, Abdul Rahman signature, also 1, 5 and 10 riyals, 1954-55 (Linzmayer SAMA B2-B4, B5a, B7b, Pick 2-4, 6, 8), first about uncirculated, second good very fine to almost extremely fine, 1954-55 set good fine, others generally uncirculated (24) £180-220

273 Scotland, a large group of nice grade notes, from a range of banks, including British Linen Bank, £5, 1959, Commercial Bank of Scotland, £5, 1953, Royal Bank of Scotland, £5, 1953, also quite a few more modern notes, including Royal Bank of Scotland Plc, £50, 2005, mostly good extremely fine to uncirculated, a few earlier notes a little worse, but a fantastic group (59) £600-800

SERBIA 271 Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency, 5 riyals, 1968, serial number 43/105086, green, Dharan Airport at centre, also 1 riyal, 1968, serial number 81/003536, purple, 10 riyals, 1968, serial number 214/610733, grey, (Linzmayer SAMA B10a, 11a, 12a, Pick 11-13), uncirculated (3) £100-150

274 Serbia, a group of notes including 5 dinara, 1917, blue, and 100 and 1000 dinara, 1941, as well as several other 1940s issues and a set of the 2006 issue from 10 to 1000 dinara (Pick 14a, 23, 24, 49-52), first very fine, others mixed, later issues generally uncirculated (18) £80-120

272 Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency, a group comprising 1, 5, 10 and 50 riyals, 1976 third series, all with King Faisal at right, 1, 5, 10, 50 and 100 riyals, 1984 fourth series, 20 and 200 riyals, 1999 commemorative series, 100 riyals, 2007, and 1, 5, 10 and 50 riyals, 2007 (Linzmayer SAMA B15-18, B2024, B26-28, 30-33, Pick 16-19, 21-25, 27-29, 3134), mostly uncirculated, a few extremely fine (15) £200-250

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275 Government of Seychelles, 5 rupees, 1968, brown and 10 rupees, 1968, turquoise, both prefix A/1 and Elizabeth II at right (Pick 14,15, GOS B21a,22a), uncirculated, the 10 rupees scarce in this grade (2) £250-300

276 Government of Seychelles, 20 rupees, 1 January 1974, prefix A/1, purple, Elizabeth II at right, Sooty tern at left, Allan signature (Linzmayer GOS B23c, Pick 16c), fresh and orginal, central crease thus good extremely fine to about uncirculated £100-150

278 Seychelles Monetary Authority, 10, 25 and 50 rupees, ND (1980), all prefix A and the 50 rupees serial number A 000823, booby, coco de mer and turtle respectively, also Central Bank of the Seychelles 10, 25 and 50 rupees, ND (1983), same designs as previous (Linzmayer SMA B1a, 2a, 3a, CBS B1a, 2a, 3a, Pick 23, 24, 25, 28, 29, 30), uncirculated, the first 50 rupee a low serial number (6) £140-180

279 Central Bank of the Seychelles, 10, 25, 50 and 100 rupees, ND (1989), also 10, 25, 50 and 100 rupees, ND (1998) (Linzmayer CBS B5a-B12a, Pick 3235,36-39), uncirculated (8) £60-80

SIERRA LEONE

277 Republic of the Seychelles, 10 rupees, blue, 20 rupees, purple and 100 rupees, red, all ND (1976), all prefix A/1 and President James Mancham at right (Linzmayer ROS B1a, 2a, 3a, Pick 19, 20, 21), uncirculated (3) £120-160

280 Bank of Sierra Leone, a group of notes including 1 leone, ND (1970), green, cottonwood tree and courthouse at left, also a number of other issues up to 2004, and several modern Liberia notes (Pick 1, 2, 4), generally about uncirculated or better, a few good very fine (26) £60-80

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SINGAPORE

281 Board of Commissioners of Currency, Singapore, $5, ND (1970), serial number A/21 154236, green and multicolour, arms at top right, orchid at centre, value at each corner, reverse green, boats and barges in Singapore river, Goh Keng Swee signature with red seal (Linzmayer BCCS B2c, Pick 2b), completely original, a fantastic uncirculated example of a rare variety £400-600

SLOVAKIA

282 Board of Commissioners of Currency, Singapore, a group of notes comprising $1 and $10, orchid series, $1, $5, $10 and $20, bird series, $1, $2, $5 and $10, first ship issues, $2 (2), 1998 issue, $2, $10, $50 and $100, 1999 portrait issue, and $2, $5 and $10, 200410 issue (Linzmayer BCCS B1d, 3d, 10-13, 19-22, 29, 32-36, MAS B2-4, Pick 1, 3, 9-12, 18-20, 27-28, 38-42, 46-48), first portrait issue about uncirculated, others generally uncirculated (18) £300-400

283 Slovakia, a mostly complete group of 1930s and 40s specimen notes, including a 500 korun of 1939 and 5000 korun, 1944, and several 1990s issues, also Slovenia, an almost complete group of 1990s issues, first extremely fine, others generally uncirculated (47) £100-150

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SOLOMON ISLANDS

SOMALIA

284 Solomon Islands Monetary Authority, $20, ND (1980), serial number A/1 000328, brown and orange, Elizabeth II at right, and $2 and $5 1980 also Central Bank of Solomon Islands, $2 and $5, 1986, $2, $10 and $20, 1996-97, also a group of Papua New Guinea, modern series, and some Oceania Japanese Occupation issues, Timor, 20, 50 and 100 escudos, 1967/63 and Vanuatu, a few modern issues (Linzmayer SIMA B4a, Pick 8), the first fresh and original completely uncirculated, and a low number, others generally uncirculated (32) £150-200

286 Somalia/Somaliland, a group of issues from 1962 onwards, including 100 shillings, 1971, and 5 shillings, 1975, 5 and 10 shillings, 1978 and 20 shillings, 1980, generally uncirculated, the first few very fine (21) £50-70

SPAIN

SOUTH AFRICA

285 South African Reserve Bank, a good sized group of notes mainly from the 1950s onwards, but including 1 pound, 5 April 1937, galleon at left, 10 pound, 1955, Van Riebeeck at left, also including a set of the later issues, also Swaziland, several modern issues (16), (Pick 84c, 92d, 98, 102b, 104b, 105b, 109, 110b, 111/112b, 113, 114b), first and second very fine, most others uncirculated (44) £150-200

287 Banco De Espana, a group of pre 1960 issues, including 5 pesetas, 1943, black and multicoloured, 25 pesetas, purple, 1946, 1000 pesetas, 1951, green, 500 pesetas, 1954, blue, also a set of Civil War issues and (Pick 69c, 70c, 74-76, 78, 81-86, 88, 93-95, 108, 110, 127-130, 135-137, 139-141, 144-148), first and second uncirculated, third very fine, fourth good extremely fine, others generally extremely fine or better, a very interesting lot (33) £300-400

288 Banco De Espana, a group of post 1960 issues, comprising 100 and 1000 pesetas, 1965, 100 and 500 pesetas, 1970-71, 1000 pesetas, 1971 (Pick 150-154), fourth pressed extremely fine, others uncirculated, the two 1000 pesetas lovely and fresh (5) £100-150 WWW.SPINK.COM

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SUDAN

289 Banco de Espana, 200, 500, 1000, 2000 and 5000 pesetas, 1982-87, last with King Juan Carlos I at right, 2000 pesetas, 1992 and 1000, 2000 and 5000 pesetas, 1996 (Pick 156-160, 162-165), about uncirculated or better (9) £100-150

292 Sudan Government, a group including 25 and 50 piastres, and 1 and 10 pounds, 1955-64, and several sets of later issues, also South Sudan, a full set of the first issue (Pick 1A, 2A, 8a, 10c, 14c), first four good fine, others generally uncirculated (43) £60-80

SRI LANKA

SWITZERLAND

290 Ceylon/Sri Lanka, a group of notes from the 1930s and 40s onwards, including 1 rupees, 1939, 25 and 50 cents, 1 (2) and 2 rupees, George VI, 1, 2 and 10 rupees, Elizabeth II, and a large selection of modern issues (Pick 16c, 34, 35, 43, 44, 47, 49, 50, 55-57, 59b), earlier notes very fine to extremely fine, Sri Lanka issues generally uncirculated (54) £250-350

293 Schweizerische Nationalbank, 50 franken, 1 October 1942, green, woman at left, 100 franken, 21 July 1931, blue, woman at low left, 20 franken, 22 February 1951, blue, Pestalozzi at top right, 5 franken, 1952, also a group of more modern issues (Pick 11, 34m, 35g, 39s, 45-48), all original, very fine, about very fine, about uncirculated and extremely fine, most later issues about uncirculated or better (14) £300-400

STRAITS SETTLEMENTS

291 Government of the Straits Settlements, 10 cents, 1920, serial number W/8 40193, green on yellow underprint, arms at top centre, and 10 cents, 14 October 1919, serial number B/94 80937, red, green and olive brown, arms at top centre (Pick 6c, 8b), about very fine and good very fine £80-120 65


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SYRIA

TAIWAN

294 Banque de Syrie et du Liban, 1, 5 and 10 livres, 1939, columns, Cedar of Lebanon and clock tower respectively, also 1 livre, 1947 and Republic Syrienne 10 piastres, 1942 and Banque de Syrie, 1 piastre, 1920 (Pick 40, 41, 42, 50, 57), all original, first three about very fine, fourth good very fine, others fine (6) £100-150

295 Banque Centrale de Syrie, a very nice group of the more modern issues, comprising 1 pound, 1958, 1, 5, 10, 25, 50 and 100 pounds, 1963-66 issue, and a complete set of every note until 2009 (Pick 86, 93114), first 100 pounds very good, and first 10 pounds good very fine, others about uncirculated or better, a great set, some of the second issue scarce in this grade (23) £180-220

297 Taiwan, a group of the 1940s issues, along with several examples up to the present day, generally uncirculated (25) £120-160

TAJIKISTAN/TURKMENISTAN/ UZBEKISTAN

298 A group comprised of Tajikistan (19), Turkmenistan (19) and Uzbekistan (22) the later two being generally complete, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan groups mostly uncirculated, a few Tajikistan notes good very fine (60) £100-150

TANZANIA TAHITI

296 Banque de L’Indochine, Tahiti, 1000 francs, ND (1940-57), serial number Z.14 017, multicoloured, woman with jugs at right, also 20 francs, ND (1951), and 100, 500 and 1000 francs, ND (1969-71), all multicoloured (Pick 15, 21, 24, 25d, 27), first and third fine, others about uncirculated to uncirculated (5) £80-120

299 Bank of Tanzania, a mostly complete group of notes, comprising 5, 10, and 20 shillings, 1966, 10, 20 and 100 shillings, 1977-78, 20 (3), 50 (3) and 100 shillings (3), 1985, 1986 and 1987, 50, 200, 500 and 1000 shillings, 1990-92, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 and 10000 shillings, 1993-95, and several later issues, uncirculated, a useful group (37) £100-150

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THAILAND

TUNISIA

300 Thailand, 1 baht, 1934, and 1 baht, 1937, both blue, Kings Rama VII and Rama VIII respectively, dragon boat at centre, also a large group of other Thai issues, up to the present day (Pick 22, 26), all original and fresh, most about uncirculated or better (42) £150-200

303 Tunisia, a selection of notes including Banque de l’Algerie, 5 francs, 1927, 20 francs, 1939, 50 francs, 1945, all with TUNISIE overprint, also Banque Centrale de Tunisie, 12⁄ , 1, 5 and 10 dinars, 1965, and a virtually complete run of issues until 2011 (Pick 6, 8, 12, 62-71, 74-75, 79-80, 84, 86-88, 92-94), first two completely original about extremely fine, third about fine, the 1⁄2 dinar 1965 uncirculated, other 1965 issues very fine, later issues generally about uncirculated (25) £180-220

TONGA

TURKEY

301 Government of Tonga, 4/-, 1966, brown, on multicolour, 12⁄ and 1 pa’anga, 1967, brown and green respectively, Queen Salote III at right, 12⁄ , 1, 2 and 5 pa’anga, 1980, 1, 2 and 5 pa’anga, ND (1992), 1, 2, 5 and 10 pa’anga, ND (1995), all with King Taufa’ahau at left, and 1 and 2 pa’anga, 2008 (Pick 9e, 13a, 14a, 18-21, 25-27, 31-34, 37, 38), uncirculated (16) £120-160

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

304 Turkey, a group of early Ottoman and Ministry of Finance notes, including 20 and 50 kurush, AH1277 (1861), 100 kurush, AH1284 (1877), remainder 1 livre, 1914, and 1 livre 1915-16, several other issues from 1912-1918, and 1 livre, 1926 (Pick 36, 37, 53, 68r, 69, 82, 85-87, 96, 97, 99, 104, 119), first four good extremely fine, others mixed, better notes generally fine, others extremely fine or better (14) £120-160

302 Trinidad and Tobago, a small group including $1, 1942, blue on orange and green, also $1, L.1964, red, Elizabeth II at centre, along with several later Central Bank issues (Pick 5c, 26c), first very fine, others mostly uncirculated or better (10) £50-70 67


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305 Central Bank of Turkey, 50, 100 and 500 lira, 196165 issue, green and purple respectively, Ataturk at right, also 212⁄ (2), 5, and 10 (2) lira, 1951-60 issue, and several earlier issues (Pick 152, 153, 154, 157, 161, 174, 177, 178), first three original and fresh, good extremely fine, 1951 series about extremely fine to about uncirculated, earlier issues in poorer grade, generally good fine (12) £250-300

308 Ukraine, a large group of excellent condition notes from 1917 to 2007, including 10, 100, 500, 1000 and 2000 hyrven, 1918, also a group of Trans-Dniester issues (21), (Pick 21-25, 35-39, 49, 51, 53), vast majority about uncirculated or better, a very interesting lot (74) £200-250

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

306 Central Bank of Turkey, a complete set of issues from 1971 until 2009, and 5, 10 and 20 lira, 1966-69, all with Ataturk at right (Pick 179-181, 185-227), generally uncirculated, a very nice almost complete set of modern issues (48) £180-220

UGANDA

307 Bank of Uganda, a virtually complete run of issues from 1966 onwards, not including the ‘light bank’ series of 1979, about uncirculated to uncirculated or better (45) £100-150

309 United Arab Emirates Currency Board, 1, 5 and 10 dirhams, ND (1973), green, purple and dark blue respectively, all with palm, dhow, oil derrick and camel caravan at left, value at each corner (Linzmayer CBO B1-3, Pick 1-3), uncirculated (3) £100-150

310 United Arab Emirates Central Bank, 5, 10 and 50 dirhams, ND (1980), brown, Blue Souk in Sharjah at right, green, dagger at right, and purple, Oryx at right respectively, all with arms at centre, value at each corner (Linzmayer CBA B1-3, Pick 7-9), uncirculated (3) £150-200

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VIETNAM

311 United Arab Emirates Central Bank, a group of later issues, including 100 dirhams (2), 1998 and 2006, red, fort at right, arms at centre (Linzmayer CBA B14, B15, B16, B17, B18, B21, B22, Pick 19 & 26, 20 & 27, 21 & 28, 22, 23, 29, 30), the two 100s uncirculated, others mostly uncirculated (8) £80-120

314 Vietnam, a large group of Vietnam and South Vietnam issues from the 1960s onwards, (Vietnam Pick 65, 68-74, 76-78, S.Vietnam Pick 1-4, 6-8, 1113), all about uncirculated or better (84) £150-200

UNITED STATES WEST AFRICAN STATES

312 United States, $1, Legal Tender note, 1917, serial number E43184147A, black and red, Washington at centre, also $5, United States note, 1928, black and red, Lincoln at centre, with a selection of silver certificates and others (Pick 187, 379), first good fine, second good extremely fine (7) £80-120

315 Banque Centrale des Etats de L’Afrique de L’Ouest, a group including general issue 100 francs, Togo issue 500 francs, and Ivory Coast issue 1000 francs, as well as several later issues (Pick 2b, 103An, 802Tk), generally uncirculated (15) £100-150

URUGUAY/PARAGUAY WESTERN SAMOA

313 Uruguay/Paraguay, a large group of notes consisiting of modern Uruguay issues (41) and modern Paraguay issues (22), with some older notes in poorer grade, generally uncirculated, the earlier issues good fine or better (63) £100-150

316 Bank of Western Samoa, $1 and $2, ND (1967), green and blue respectively, $1, $2 and $5, 1980-84, $2, $5 and $10, 1985, $2, 1990, $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100, 2008 (Pick 16b, 17c, 19-21, 25-27, 31, 3842), first about uncirculated, others uncirculated (14) £80-120 69


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ZAIRE

317 South Arabian Currency Authority, 250 and 500 fils, and 1, 5 and 10 dinars, 1965-67, brown, green, blue, red and dark brown, all with dhow at centre, also Bank of Yemen, 500 fils, and 1, 5 and 10 dinars, all with dhow at centre (Linzmayer SACA B1b-B4b, B5, BOY B1-B4b, Pick 1-5, 6-9), fourth and fifth very fine, others uncirculated (9) £80-120

320 Banque du Zaire, a virtually complete set of the entire post 1972 series, missing only the first issue of 5 zaires, 1972, and a few very late issues, all with Mobutu on face (Linzmayer BDZ B1-53, Pick 16-79), includes a couple of low serial numbers, generally uncirculated (46) £100-150

ZAMBIA

318 Arab Republic of Yemen, a group of notes including 1, 5 and 10 rials, 1964-67, and 10 and 20 buqshas, 1966-71, also Central Bank of Yemen, a selection of issues from 1973 to the present day (Linzmayer ARY B1-B5, Pick 1-5), second and third good very fine, others generally uncirculated (27) £80-120

321 Bank of Zambia, a large group of notes including 1, 2 and 5 kwacha, 1974-76, brown, green and brown/orange respectively, also several earlier issues and virtually complete set of the post 1976 notes (Linzmayer BOZ B19-21, Pick 19-21), uncirculated (32) £150-200

YUGOSLAVIA

ZIMBABWE

319 Yugoslavia, a large group of notes including Ministry of Finance, 12⁄ , 1 and 5 dinara, 1919, 25 para, 1921, 2, 4 and 80 kronen, 1919, and 21 dinara, 1920, along with a very large group of modern issues (Pick 10, 1115, 18), earlier issues very fine or better, later issues uncirculated (105) £120-160

322 Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, 100,000 dollars, 31 July 2007, serial number AA0030480, blue-grey, arms at left, no space between 2nd and 3rd zero in the denomination, also a complete set of all issues (excluding travelers cheques issues), (Linzmayer BOZ B1-89, Pick 1-98), uncirculated, the 100,000 very rare with no space (85) £300-400

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ANGOLA

Afternoon Session commencing at 1.30 p.m. (Lots 323-823)

OTHER PROPERTIES AFGHANISTAN

x323 Bank of Afghanistan, 1000 afghanis, SH 1327 (1948), brown and multicoloured, King Muhammad Zahir at left, arms low centre, signature 1, reverse brown and multicoloured, city view (Pick 36, DAB B18a), uncirculated thus scarce £500-700

†325 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, printer’s archival specimen 1000 Reis with counterfoil, 1 March 1909, serial run 000000 to 108666, black on green and yellow underprint, value in ornate guilloche at left, steamship seal Type I at right, red overprint LOANDA at upper centre; also printer’s archival specimen 10 Centavos with counterfoil, 5 November 1914, serial run 0,000,000 to 0,470,000, purple and green, value at left, arms at right, green overprint LOANDA at upper centre, steamship seal Type II at lower centre, both reverse allegorical woman looking out at sailing ships, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 27s, 39bs), mounting traces, ink date ‘23. 8. 16’ and annotation in top margin, of 10 Centavos, otherwise good extremely fine and very scarce (2) £150-250

ALGERIA

x324 Banque de l’Alergie et de la Tunisie, specimen 1000 francs, ND (1959), zero serial number, brown and yellow on multicolour, Isis at right, reverse farming scene, vertical hole punched “SPECIMEN” at left (Pick 119), about uncirculated to uncirculated £500-700

†326 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, printer’s archival specimen 1000 Reis with counterfoil (3), 1 March 1909, all three with different signature combinations, black on green and yellow underprint, value in ornate guilloche at left, steamship seal Type I at right, red overprint LOANDA at upper centre, reverse allegorical woman looking out at sailing ships, perforated CANCELLED or SPECIMEN [Pick 27s (3)], mounting traces, ink dates and annotations in top margins of two copies, otherwise good extremely fine and very scarce (3) £250-350

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†327 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, printer’s archival specimen 20 Mil Reis with counterfoil (2), 1 March 1909, serial runs 000000 to 105000 and 000000 to 125000, different signature combinations, black on pale blue and yellow underprint, Vasco da Gama at left, his embarkation at right, steamship seal Type III at centre, red overprint LOANDA at upper centre, reverse orange-red, allegorical woman looking out at sailing ships, perforated CANCELLED [Pick 36s (2)], mounting traces, ink date ‘7. 11. 19’ and annotations in top margins, otherwise good extremely fine and rare (2) £700-900

†328 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, printer’s archival specimen 20 Mil Reis, 1 March 1909, serial run 200001 to 270000 (275000 deleted), black on pale blue and yellow underprint, Vasco da Gama at left, his embarkation at right, steamship seal Type III at centre, red overprint LOANDA at upper centre, reverse orange-red, allegorical woman looking out at sailing ships, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 36s), mounting traces, ink date ‘9. 11.21’ and annotations in top margins, otherwise about uncirculated and rare £350-450

†329 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, printer’s archival specimen 50 Mil Reis, 1 March 1909, serial run 62001 to 82000 (87000 deleted), black on multicoloured underprint, Vasco da Gama at left, his embarkation at right, steamship seal Type III at lower centre, red overprint LOANDA at upper centre, reverse allegorical woman looking out at sailing ships, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 38s), mounting traces, ink date ‘11. 10. 21’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine and very rare £500-700

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330 Banco de Angola, 500 angolares, 1 June 1927, red serial number 1C 00001, dark blue, salmon and green, Salvador Correia at left, arms top right centre, coastline at right, reverse blue, eagle at centre, value at left and right (Pick 76a), in ICG holder 60 ‘AU/UNC’, small scuff on top margin, a very rare issued ‘number 1’, attractive £3,000-4,000

†331 Banco de Angola, obverse and reverse black and white photographic bromide prints for 20 Angolares, ND (1944), serial number A000000, Salvador Correia at right, man standing at left, reverse the reconquest of Luanda 1648 (Pick 79 for type), stamp and pencil figures on reverse, otherwise uncirculated, rare (2) £80-120

†332 Banco de Angola, obverse and reverse black and white photographic bromide prints for 50 Angolares, 1 June 1944, serial number A000000, Manuel Pereira at right, man with oar standing at left, reverse the founding of Benguela (Pick 80 for type), about uncirculated, rare (2) £80-120

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†335 Banco de Angola, obverse and reverse black and white photographic bromide prints for 1000 Angolares, 1 June 1944, serial number A000000, D. Joao II at right, ornate candelabra at centre, reverse the return of Diego Cao (Pick 82 for type), ink date ‘24-8-43’ in lower right margin, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated, rare (2) £100-130

†333 Banco de Angola, obverse and reverse black and white photographic bromide prints for 100 Angolares, 1 June 1944, serial number A000000, Sousa Coutinho at right, cherubs supporting arms at lower centre, reverse European explorers and Africans; also alternative unused reverse Africans only at left, thatched huts and ships at centre (Pick 81 for type, PNL reverse), pencil figures on reverse, otherwise about uncirculated, rare (3) £100-150

†334 Banco de Angola, obverse and reverse black and white photographic bromide prints for 1000 Angolares, 1 June 1944, serial number A000000, D. Joao II at right, ornate candelabra at centre, reverse the return of Diego Cao (Pick 82 for type), ink date ‘24-8-43’ in lower right margin, otherwise about uncirculated, rare (2) £80-120

336 Republica Portugueza Angola, Junta da Moeda, an obverse and reverse essay for 1 angolar, black on white card, arms at centre, value at right, reverse rainforest at centre two small stains low centre on reverse, otherwise, an Orell Fussli engraving, good extremely fine and rare £350-400 75


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337 Republica Portugueza Angola, Junta da Moeda, uniface proof/colour trial 5 angolares, ND, maroon on pale violet, value at each corner, arms at top centre, sailing ship in full sail at centre (Pick not listed), about uncirculated to uncirculated, extremely rare £300-400

339 Republica Portugueza Angola, Junta da Moeda, an obverse and reverse essay for a 10 angolares, black on white card, Vasco da Gama at right, arms at centre, an Orell Fussli engraving, good extremely fine and rare £400-500

ARGENTINA

338 Republica Portugueza Angola, Junta da Moeda, an obverse and reverse essay for a 10 angolares, brown, pink and pale green, arms at centre, Vasco de Gama at right, reverse blue, columns at centre, value at left and right, an Orell Fussli engraving, good extremely fine and rare £400-500

†340 Banco de Londres y Rio de la Plata, Argentina, specimen 1 real and 112⁄ reales, Rosario, 15 November 1869/1866, black and white, value in field (Pick S1731s,1732s), good extremely fine and rare (2) £200-300

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†341 El Banco de Londres y Rio de la Plata, Argentina, specimen 1 Real Moneda Boliviano, with counterfoil, Rosario, 15 November 1869, serial number 1020001, black, value at upper centre, in each corner and in ornate borders, uniface, two punch holes (Pick unrecorded - a variety of Pick S1731), good extremely fine, rare £100-200

AUSTRALIA

†343 Western Australia Bank, an obverse and reverse pair of archival photographs for a proposed issue of £1, Perth, 19-, black and white, allegorical maiden with cornucopia and cherubs at centre, black swan at left, reverse sheep at centre, value at left and right (VortRonald unrecorded type), unique £300-500

x342 Bank of Fashion, Adelaide, South Australia, two vouchers, each dated 22 September 1881, and both numbered 33, black on cream, branch address over emu, coat of arms and kangaroo at top centre, text at mid centre “On demand I Promise to make Bearer ONE Suit of Tweed for forty five shilings” of great historical interest, fair to about good £80-120

344 Commonwealth of Australia, 10/-, ND (1918), serial number M023478F, blue on multicolour underprint, arms at left, value at right, crown at centre (Pick 3b), very good £80-120

345 Commonwealth of Australia, £1, ND (1923), serial number H/29 548556, green on yellow and blue underprint, George V at right, arms at left, reverse Captain Cook landing at Botany Bay, Miller-Collins signature (Pick 11b), original good very fine £120-160 77


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x346 Commonwealth of Australia, £1, ND (1933-38), serial number N/17 826127, green and red, George V at right, arms at top centre, value at each corner, Riddle and Sheenan signatures at low left and right (Pick 22a), a presentable very fine £200-250

x350 Commonwealth of Australia, £1, ND (1938), consecutive serial numbers O97 288108/9, green on multicolour, portrait King George VI at left, denomination at each corner and at centre, Sheehan/McFarlane signature, reverse farmers and sheep (Pick 26a), in sealed plastic folders, about uncirculated, rare consecutive pair £80-130

x347 Commonwealth Issue, 10/-, ND (1939), serial number F/5 383413 orange and green, George VI at right, value at each corner, also £1, green, George VI at right, value in red underprint at centre and each corner (Pick 25a, 26b) good very fine (2) £80-100

351 Commonwealth of Australia, £1 (2), ND (1938, 1942), prefixes O/72, H/7, green and pink, George VI at right, arms at centre, Sheehan/Armitage McFarlane signatures respectively (Pick 26a, b), original and fresh, good extremely fine, scarce, (2) £300-400

348 Commonwealth of Australia, £1, ArmitageMcFarlane signatures, $5, Johnston-Fraser, polymer $5 (3), polymer $10 (2), and polymer $20 also New Zealand polymer $5, 10 (2), 20 and 50 (Pick 26b, 44e, 49ff, 185ff), first fine, balance uncirculated (13) £120-160

x352 Commonwealth of Australia, £5, ND (1952), serial number S38 014854, blue on multicolour underprint, portrait King George VI at left, arms at right, Coombs/Wilson signature, reverse labourers at left (Pick 27), central fold, otherwise extremely fine £80-130

349 Commonwealth of Australia, 10/-, ND (1942), prefix G/19, orange, Armitage and McFarlane signatures and £5, ND (1941), prefix R/73, blue, Armitage and McFarlane signatures both George VI portrait (Pick 25b, 27b), good very fine, fine (2) £100-150

353 Commonwealth of Australia, £10, ND (1942), prefix V/12, red-brown, brown, white, green and pale orange, George VI at centre, value at centre and at each corner, Armitage and McFarlane signatures (Pick 28b), about extremely fine, scarce £500-700

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x357 Commonwealth of Australia, £1, ND (1961-65), serial number HE87 82700*, black on green and grey underprint, cameo portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms top centre, Coombs/Wilson signature (Pick 34), about extremely fine £250-300

x354 Commonwealth of Australia, 10 shillings (2), ND (1961-65), consecutive serial numbers AE24 299748/9, dark brown on orange and green underprint, portrait Matthew Flinders at right, arms lower left, Coombs/Wilson signature, reverse Old Parliament House at Canberra (Pick 33), one with minute corner fold top left corner, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated £100-150

x355 Commonwealth of Australia, 10 shillings (2), ND (1961-65), consecutive serial numbers AF59 703225/6, dark brown on orange and green underprint, portrait Matthew Flinders at right, arms lower left, Coombs/Wilson signature, reverse Old Parliament House at Canberra (Pick 33), about uncirculated to uncirculated, consecutive numbers, scarce (2) £80-130

x358 Commonwealth of Australia, £5 (2), ND (196065), serial numbers TA36 213669 and TA42 600393, black on pale blue underprint, arms at left, Sir John Franklin at right, Coombs/Wilson signature, reverse agricultural produce and animals (Pick 35), first, very fine to extremely fine, second, central and corner fold, very fine £80-120

x359 Commonwealth of Australia, £5 (2), ND (1954), prefixes TC/69, TD/06, blue and multicoloured, Sir John Franklin at right, Coombs and Wilson signatures (Pick 35a, Renniks 50), good extremely fine (2) £120-180 x356 Commonwealth of Australia, ten shillings, ND (1961-65), serial number AE94 72563*, brown and orange, Matthew Flinders at right, arms lower left, Coombs/Wilson signature, reverse Old Parliament House in Canberra (Pick 33), very fine £230-280

x360 Commonwealth of Australia, £10, ND (1960-65), serial number WA53 661864, black on red underprint, portrait Governor Arthur Phillip at left, arms top centre, Coombs/Wilson signature, reverse scientific and industrial symbols at centre, (Pick 36), dints top centre, central fold, very small fold lower right corner, otherwise very fine £80-120 79


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WORLD BANKNOTES x365 Commonwealth of Australia, 1 dollar, ND (1966), serial numbers AAA268298, AAA418223 AAA555855 and AAA915630, Coombs/Wilson signature, dark brown on orange and multicolour underprint, Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at centre, reverse aboriginal art (Pick 37a), all about uncirculated to uncirculated (4) £100-130 x361 Commonwealth of Australia, $1, ND (1966), serial number AAA 000307, pink-brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, Coombs-Wilson signatures (Pick 37a), almost uncirculated, scarce first issue with a very low serial number £180-230

366 Commonwealth of Australia, $1, ND (1968), serial number AGE 395946, dark brown on yellow and orange underprint, Elizabeth II at right, arms at centre, Coombs-Randall signatures (Pick 37b), fresh and original, about extremely fine and a scarce signature £80-120 x362 Commonwealth of Australia, $1 (2), ND (1966), serial number AAA 000647, 000735, pink-brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, Coombs-Wilson signatures (Pick 37a), almost uncirculated, scarce first issue with very low serial numbers (2) £200-300

x363 Commonwealth of Australia, $1, ND (1966), serial number AAA 000807, pink-brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, Coombs-Wilson signatures (Pick 37a), almost uncirculated, scarce first issue with a very low serial number £200-300

367 Commonwealth of Australia, 1 dollar (2), ND (1969), serial numbers AJT 447387 and AQN733269, brown, orange and yellow, Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at centre, Phillips and Randall signature, reverse, olive green and pale orange, aboriginal art (Pick 37c), central fold, otherwise about uncirculated or better (2) £80-100

x364 Commonwealth of Australia, $1 (3), ND (1966), serial number AAA, pink-brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, Coombs-Wilson signatures (Pick 37a), almost uncirculated and scarce first prefix issues (3) £150-200 WWW.SPINK.COM

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x368 Commonwealth of Australia, 1 dollar, ND (1966), serial number ZAF 18983*, dark brown on orange and multicolour underprint, Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at centre, Coombs/Wilson signature, reverse aboriginal art (Pick 37), about uncirculated £200-250

x371 Commonwealth of Australia, 1 dollar, ND (1969), serial number ZAN81458*, Phillips/Randall signature, dark brown on orange and multicolour underprint, Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at centre, reverse aboriginal art (Pick 37ct), about uncirculated to uncirculated £200-250

x369 Commonwealth of Australia, 1 dollar, ND (1969), serial number ZAJ 77005*, Phillips/Randall signature, dark brown on orange and multicolour underprint, Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at centre, reverse aboriginal art (Pick 37cr), stain lower left, some folds and creasing, otherwise fine to about very fine £150-200

x372 Commonwealth of Australia, 1 dollar, ND (1969), serial number ZP 19534*, Phillips/Randall signature, dark brown on orange and multicolour underprint, Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at centre, reverse aboriginal art (Pick 37ct), about uncirculated to uncirculated £200-250

x373 Commonwealth of Australia, $2, ND (1966), serial number FAA 000807, green and multicoloured, McArthur at right, ram at centre, Coombs-Wilson signatures (Pick 37a, Renniks 81X), about uncirculated and a very low number for issue £250-300

x370 Commonwealth of Australia, 1 dollar, ND (1969), serial number ZAN 45399*, Phillips/Randall signature, dark brown on orange and multicolour underprint, Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at centre, reverse aboriginal art (Pick 37cr), several folds otherwise very fine to extremely fine £180-230

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WORLD BANKNOTES x374 Commonwealth of Australia, 1 dollar, ND (197483), serial number DBP 972724, dark brown on orange and multicolour, Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at left, without “COMMONWEALTH OF”, reverse aboriginal art (Pick 42), about uncirculated £50-70

x379 Commonwealth of Australia, $50, ND (1985), prefix YSB, also $100, ND (1985), prefix ZED, Florey and Tebbutt portraits respectively (Pick 47, 48b, Renniks 509a, 609), in PCGS holders 65 PPQ and 64 PPQ respectively £100-150 x375 Commonwealth of Australia, $50, ND (1973), serial number YAA, brown, black and multicoloured, Lord Howard Walker Florey at right, Phillips-Wheeler signatures (Pick 47a, Renniks 505F), uncirculated, first prefix for issue and a scarce type £200-300

x380 Commonwealth of Australia, 10 dollars (3), ND (1988), consecutive serial numbers AB10032412/3/4, brown and green on multicolour underprint, Cook’s ship Supply at left and colonists at right and background, reverse aboriginal youth at centre (Pick 49), uncirculated, a striking, consecutive group £100-150

x376 Commonwealth of Australia, 50 dollars, ND (1973), consecutive serial numbers YAA 907461/2, Phillips/Wheeler signature, dark brown and black on multicolour underprint, Lord Howard Walker Florey at right, reverse Ian Clunies-Ross at left, research facility at centre (Pick 47), about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £100-150 x377 Commonwealth of Australia, 50 dollars, ND (1973), consecutive serial numbers YAA 913777/8, Phillips/Wheeler signature, dark brown and black on multicolour underprint, Lord Howard Walker Florey at right, reverse Ian Clunies-Ross at left, research facility at centre (Pick 47), uncirculated (2) £100-150 x378 Commonwealth of Australia, 50 dollars, ND (1973), serial number YAA 873176, Phillips/Wheeler signature, dark brown and black on multicolour underprint, Lord Howard Walker Florey at right, reverse Ian Clunies-Ross at left, research facility at centre (Pick 47), about uncirculated to uncirculated £50-70

x381 Error: Commonwealth of Australia, 10 dollar error note, 26 January 1988, serial number AA05257589, brown and green on multicolour underprint, Cook’s ship Supply at left and colonists at right and background, reverse aboriginal youth at centre, extra flap of paper at lower left corner which includes colour bars (Pick 49), two folds on additional paper, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated, a striking error £100-150 x382 Commonwealth of Australia, £5 (3), ND (1996-8), serial numbers CS 97999370, CT 97999370, CU 97999370, black on multicolour underprint, Queen Elizabeth II at centre, branch at left, reverse Parliament House in Canberra (Pick 51c), uncirculated, unusual sequence of serial numbers £80-120

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AZERBAIJAN 386 Azerbaijan Socialist Soviet Republic, 5,000,000 rubles, 1923, serial number AA 0004, green on olive underprint, reverse green and multicolour (Pick S720), central fold, very slight scuffing on corners, otherwise fine or better £50-100

387 Republique d’Azerbaidjan, 500 rubles, 1920, dark brown and light grey on multicolour underprint, also, Georgia Independent Republic, 1 ruble, 1919, black on light pink, Armenia, 50 rubles, 1919, brown on orange and green underprint, Russia, 5 rubles, 1938, blue grey, also 3 ruble ticket (all Soviet lottery for the defence of the USSR) (Pick 7, 7, 30, 215), grades vary from very good to uncirculated (5) £50-100

383 Australian Defence Canteens Service, a canteen order for 5/-, 1943, serial number V 585067, black and white, V prefix for Victoria, handstamped at right ‘2.No.43’ (Schwan-Boling 588a), very fine, rare £100-150

AUSTRIA BAHAMAS

x388 Bahamas Government issue, specimen 4 shillings, ND (1936), red serial number A/3 000000, green and pale pink, George VI at right, ship seal at left, Jarrett, Taylor and Moore signatures, reverse multicoloured, arms at left, value at right (Pick 9as, BG B8a), ink annotation in top margin, perforated CANCELLED, mounting traces, good very fine, rare £300-350

384 Wiener Commissions Bank, unissued 1000 gulden, 187-, serial number 0,520, black on green and grey underprint, female allegories at left and right, value at centre and top corners (Pick S56), almost very fine, rare and attractive £1,000-1,500

385 Oesterreichisch-Ungarische Bank, large group of notes including 50 kronen, 2 January 1914, 100 kronen, (8), ND (1919 - old date 2 January 1912), 1000 kronen, (28) ND (1919 - old date 2 January 1902), 10,000 kronen, (3), ND (1919 - old date 2 November 1918), 100 kronen (2), 2 January 1922), 1000 kronen, (3), 2 January 1922, 5000 kronen, (4), 2 January 1922, 50,000 kronen, 2 January 1922, 500,000 kronen, 20 September 1922 (Pick 15, 55, 59, 65, 77, 78, 79, 80, 84), varied grades from fine to very fine £300-350

x389 Bahamas Government issue, specimen 4 shillings, ND (1936), red serial number A/4 000000, green and pale pink, George VI at right, ship seal at left, Heape, Taylor and Moore signatures, reverse multicoloured, arms at left, value at right (Pick 9bs, BG B8bs), ink annotation in top margin, perforated CANCELLED, mounting traces, extremely fine, rare £300-350 83


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WORLD BANKNOTES x393 Bahamas Government issue, specimen 4 shillings, ND (1936), red serial number A/7 000000, green and pale pink, George VI at right, ship seal at left, Higgs, Latreille and Burnside signatures, reverse multicoloured, arms at left, value at right (Pick 9es, BG B8es), ink annotation in top margin, perforated CANCELLED, mounting traces, almost extremely fine, rare £250-300

x390 Bahamas Government issue, specimen 4 shillings, ND (1936), red serial number A/5 000000, green and pale pink, George VI at right, ship seal at left, Stewart, Latreille and Moore signatures, reverse multicoloured, arms at left, value at right (Pick 9cs, BG B8cs), ink annotation in top margin, perforated CANCELLED, mounting traces, extremely fine, rare £300-350

x391 Bahamas Government issue, specimen 4 shillings, ND (1936), red serial number A/8 000000, green and pale pink, George VI at right, ship seal at left, Higgs, Latreille and Burnside signatures, reverse multicoloured, arms at left, value at right (Pick 9ds, BG B8ds), ink annotation in top margin, perforated CANCELLED, mounting traces, extremely fine, rare £300-350

x394 Bahamas Government issue, 4 shillings, law of 1936, red prefix A/9, green, George VI at right, ship seal at left, Higgs, Latreille and Burnside signatures (Pick 9e, BG B8e), in PCGS holder 58 PPQ £150-200

x395 Bahamas Government issue, specimen 10 shillings, ND (1936), red serial number A/3 000000, red and pale orange, George VI at right, ship seal at left, Jarrett, Taylor and Moore signatures, reverse multicoloured, arms at left, value at right (Pick 10as, BG B9as), pencil annotation in top margin, perforated SPECIMEN, good extremely fine, rare £400-600

x392 Bahamas Government issue, 4 shillings, ND (1936), red serial number A/8 865267, green and pale pink, George VI at right, ship seal at left, Stewart, Latreille and Burnside signatures, reverse multicoloured, arms at left, value at right (Pick 9d, BG B8d), original, good extremely fine and scarce £150-200 x396 Bahamas Government issue, specimen 10 shillings, ND (1936), red serial number A/7 000000, red and pale orange, George VI at right, ship seal at left, Higgs, Latreille and Burnside signatures, reverse multicoloured, arms at left, value at right (Pick 10ds, BG B9ds), slight mounting traces, perforated CANCELLED, good extremely fine, rare £400-500

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x400 Bahamas Government issue, specimen £1, ND (1936), red serial number A/5 000000, black and pale orange, George VI at right, ship seal at left, Stewart, Latreille and Moore signatures, reverse multicoloured, arms at left, value at right (Pick 11cs, BG B10cs), ink numeral top right, perforated CANCELLED, good extremely fine, rare and attractive £400-600

x397 Bahamas Government issue, specimen 10 shillings, ND (1936), red serial number A/4 000000, red and pale orange, George VI at right, ship seal at left, Jarrett, Taylor and Moore signatures, reverse multicoloured, arms at left, value at right (Pick 10bs, BG B9as), ink annotation in top margin, perforated CANCELLED, mounting traces otherwise good extremely fine, rare £350-450

x401 Bahamas Government issue, specimen £1, ND (1936), red serial number A/7 000000, black and pale orange, George VI at right, ship seal at left, Higgs, Latreille and Burnside signatures, reverse multicoloured, arms at left, value at right (Pick 11es, BG B10es), ink date in top margin, perforated CANCELLED, good extremely fine, rare and attractive £400-600

x398 Bahamas Government issue, 10 shillings, ND (1936), red serial number A/4 060447, red and pale orange, George VI at right, ship seal at left, Heape, Taylor and Moore signatures, reverse multicoloured, arms at left, value at right (Pick 10b, BG B9b), original, good extremely fine, rare £400-600

x402 Bahamas Government issue, £1, Law of 1936 (1941), serial number A/4 135901, signatures Heape, Taylor and Moore, signature title Colonial Secretary, Commissioner of Currency at left, black, King George VI at right, ship seal at left, reverse purple, orange and green, coat of arms at left, value in ornate guilloche at right (Pick 11b), fine £30-50 x399 Bahamas Government issue, specimen £1, ND (1936), red serial number A/3 000000, black and pale orange, George VI at right, ship seal at left, Jarrett, Taylor and Moore signatures, reverse multicoloured, arms at left, value at right (Pick 11as, BG B10as), perforated SPECIMEN, good extremely fine, rare and attractive £500-600 85


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x403 Bahamas Government issue, specimen £5, ND (1936), red serial number A/2 000000, blue and pale orange, George VI at right, value at left, Higgs, Latreille and Burnside signatures, reverse multicoloured, arms at left, value at right (Pick 12bs, BG B11cs), ink date in top margin, perforated CANCELLED, mounting traces otherwise good very fine, rare and attractive £450-650

x404 Bahamas Government issue, £5, ND (1936-), red serial number A/2 214102, blue and pale orange, George VI at right, value at left and at each corner, Higgs, Latreille and Burnside signatures (Pick 12, BG B11c), uncirculated, fresh and original and above average for type, rare in this grade £1,000-1,200

x406 Bahamas Government issue, 4/- and £1, ND (1953), green and black respectively, Elizabeth II at right, sailing ship seal at left (Linzmayer BG B12d, B14b, Pick 13d, 15b), first about uncirculated to uncirculated, second original about extremely fine, and a scarce signature combination (2) £400-600

x407 Bahamas Government issue, £1, ND (1953), serial number A/4121843, black on light green and pale yellow, Queen Elizabeth II at right, ship seal at left, reverse arms at left, value top centre and right (Pick 15), central fold and light creasing, otherwise about extremely fine £200-300

x408 Bahamas Government issue $12⁄ , ND (1965), serial number A/4 078008, signatures Sands and Higgs, purple and multicoloured, Queen Elizabeth II at left, reverse straw market; $1 (2), ND (1965-67), serial numbers A922078 and F519786 respectively, signatures Sands and Higgs; Francis, Higgs and Smiley-Butler, green and multicoloured, Queen Elizabeth II at left, reverse sea garden (Pick 17a, 18a, 18b), choice about uncirculated to uncirculated (3) £50-70 x405 Bahamas Government issue, specimen 4 shillings, ND (1953), black serial number A/3 000000, green and pale pink, George VI at right, ship seal at left, Higgs, Sweeting and Burnside signatures, reverse multicoloured, arms at left, value at right (Pick 12cs, BG B12bs), mounting traces, ink annotation in top margin, perforated CANCELLED, good extremely fine, rare £150-200 WWW.SPINK.COM

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x409 Bahamas Government issue, specimen $3, ND (1965), serial number A 000000, red and pale blue, Elizabeth II at left, Francis and Higgs signatures (Pick 19bs, BG B18bs), perforated, red SPECIMEN overprint, uncirculated £100-150

x412 Bahamas Government issue, specimen $50, ND (1965), serial number A 000000, brown and red and pale blue and pink, Elizabeth II at left, Sands and Higgs signatures (Pick 24as, BG B23as), perforated, red SPECIMEN overprint, uncirculated and rare £300-400

x410 Bahamas Government issue, specimen $10, ND (1965), serial number A 000000, dark grey and pale blue and brown, Elizabeth II at left, Sands and Higgs signatures (Pick 22as, BG B21as), perforated, red SPECIMEN overprint, uncirculated, scarce £200-250

x413 Bahamas Government issue, specimen $50, ND (1965), serial number A 000000, brown and red and pale blue and pink, Elizabeth II at left, Francis and Higgs and Smiley-Butler signatures (Pick 24bs, BG B23bs1), faint mounting traces, perforated, red SPECIMEN overprint, almost uncirculated and rare, not known in issued format £300-350

x411 Bahamas Government issue, specimen $20, ND (1965), serial number A 000000, brown and pale green and orange-brown, Elizabeth II at left, Sands and Higgs signatures (Pick 23as, BG B22as), mounting traces, perforated, red SPECIMEN overprint, good extemely fine and scarce £200-300

x414 Bahamas Government issue, specimen $100, ND (1965), serial number A 000000, blue and pale pink and orange, Elizabeth II at left, Sands and Higgs signatures (Pick 25as, BG Bas2), mounting traces, perforated, red SPECIMEN overprint, almost uncirculated and rare £300-400

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x415 Bahamas Government issue, specimen $100, ND (1965), serial number A 000000, blue and pale pink and orange, Elizabeth II at left, Francis and Higgs and Smiley-Butler signatures (Pick 25bs, BG B24bs var), perforated, red SPECIMEN overprint, uncirculated and rare £300-400

x418 Bahamas Monetary Authority, specimen $100, ND (1968), serial number A 000000, blue and pale pink and orange, Elizabeth II at left, Francis and Donaldson signatures (Pick 33s, BMA B8as2), mounting traces, perforated, red SPECIMEN overprint, almost uncirculated and rare £300-400

x416 Bahamas Monetary Authority, $5 (2), ND (1968), serial number D 428180/825591, orange and pale blue, Elizabeth II at left, Hammond and Donaldson signatures (Pick 29a, BMA B4a), uncirculated, scarce (2) £200-250

x419 Central Bank of the Bahamas, a specimen set of the ND (1974) series comprising $1, green, $5, orange, $10, black, $20, brown, $50, light brown and $100, blue, all law of 1974, all Elizabeth II at left, Donaldson signature (Pick 35as-41as, CBB B1as-6as), red SPECIMEN overprint, uncirculated and a rare set (6) £1,000-1,500

x417 Bahamas Monetary Authority, specimen $20, ND (1968), serial number B 000000, brown and pale blue and orange-brown, Elizabeth II at left, Hammond and Donaldson signatures (Pick 31s, BMA B6as), mounting traces, perforated, red SPECIMEN overprint, extremely fine and scarce £140-180

x420 Central Bank of the Bahamas, $10, ND (1974), serial number G832530, signature Donaldson, blueblack on multicoloured underprint, Queen Elizabeth II at left, reverse flamingos (Pick 38a), lightly pressed, otherwise attractive, good extremely fine, scarce £100-150

x421 Bahamas Monetary Authority, $1, ND (1968), $1 (5), ND (1974), $1 (2), ND (1984), green, $3, ND (1984), red, $1 (3), ND (1992), blue, Columbus quintcentennial issue, $1 (2), ND (1992), specimen $1 (2), ND (1992), green and one issued example (Pick 27a,35a,b,43a,44a,51s,51), uncirculated (17) £150-250 WWW.SPINK.COM

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†424 Peoples Republic of Bangladesh, specimen 1 taka, ND (1973), serial number 0000000, purple on ochre and blue underprint, woman preparing grain at left, reverse rice plants at centre, arms at right; specimen 5 taka, ND (1981), serial number 000000, brown and multicoloured, archway at right, reverse industrial landscape, both overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 6s, 25s), the first uncirculated, the second about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £100-150

†422 Peoples Republic of Bangladesh, specimen 1 taka (2), ND (1973), serial number 0000000, one copy with watermark tiger’s head, the other without watermark, purple and ochre, hand holding rice plants at left, reverse arms, both overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse and reverse (Pick 5as, 5bs), choice about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £100-140

†423 Peoples Republic of Bangladesh, specimen 1 taka (2), ND (1973), serial number 0000000, one copy with watermark tiger’s head, the other without watermark, purple and ochre, hand holding rice plants at left, reverse arms, both overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse and reverse (Pick 5as, 5bs), choice about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £100-140

†425 Peoples Republic of Bangladesh, specimen 1 taka, ND (1973), serial number 0000000, purple on ochre and blue underprint, woman preparing grain at left, reverse rice plants at centre, arms at right; Bangladesh Bank, specimen 5 taka, ND (1981), serial number 000000, brown and multicoloured, archway at right, reverse industrial landscape, both overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 6s, 25s), the first uncirculated, the second about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £100-150

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†426 Bangladesh Bank, specimen 5 taka, ND (1972), serial number 0000000, red and multicoloured, Mujibur Rahman at left, reverse lotus plants; 10 taka, ND (1972), serial number 0000000, green and multicoloured, Mujibur Rahman at left, reverse river scene, both overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse and reverse (Pick 10s, 11s), uncirculated (2) £120-160

†429 Bangladesh Bank, specimen 5 taka, ND (1977), serial number 000000, ochre and multicoloured, Star Mosque at right, reverse industrial estate; 10 taka, ND (1977), serial number 000000, purple and multicoloured, Star Mosque at right, reverse rice harvesting, both overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 15s, 16s), the first about uncirculated to uncirculated, the second uncirculated (2) £80-120

†427 Bangladesh Bank, specimen 100 taka (2), ND (1972), the first zero serials in western numerals, the second zero serials in Bengali numerals, brown and multicoloured, Mujibur Rahman at left, reverse river scene, both overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse and reverse (Pick 12as, 12bs), about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £150-200

†430 Bangladesh Bank, specimen 50 taka, ND (1976), serial number 000000, orange and multicoloured, Star Mosque at right, reverse tea harvesting; 100 taka, ND (1976), serial number 0000000, blue and multicoloured, Star Mosque at left, reverse river scene, both overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse and reverse, the first one punch hole (Pick 17s, 18s), about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £120-160

†428 Bangladesh Bank, specimen 5 taka, ND (1973), serial number 000000, red and multicoloured, Mujibur Rahman at right, reverse industrial estate; 10 taka, ND (1973), serial number 000000, green and multicoloured, Mujibur Rahman at left, reverse rice harvesting, both overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red or black on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 13s, 14s), about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £100-140

†431 Bangladesh Bank, a group of specimens of the ND (1977-79) Issues, all zero serial numbers, comprising 5 taka, ND (1978), brown, archway at right, reverse industrial estate; 10 taka, purple and multicoloured, Star Mosque at right, reverse rice harvesting; 50 taka, orange, Star Mosque at right, reverse tea harvesting; 100 taka, blue and brown, Star Mosque at right, reverse Lalbagh Fort, all overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse and reverse, the first and second one punch hole (Pick 20s, 21s, 23s, 24s), about uncirculated to uncirculated (4) £150-250

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BARCLAYS BANK (DOMINION, COLONIAL AND OVERSEAS/BRITISH GUIANA)

BELGIAN CONGO

435 Etat Independant du Congo, 100 francs, Bruxelles, 7 February 1896, red serial number 10357, black and pale lilac-brown, allegorical maiden with symbols of commerce at left, lion top right, reverse brown, head of Liberty at centre (Pick 2a), perforated for cancellation, a respectable fine and rare £600-800

x432 Barclays Bank (Dominion, Colonial and Overseas), British Guiana, specimen $20, 1 March 1937, red serial number D022,751/D028,750, coloured, arms at right, B.G. top left, value at left, value at each corner, reverse pink and brown, arms at centre, value at left and right (Pick S105), hole punched, ink date ‘18.2.37’, ink annotation ‘933491’ top margin, mounting traces, otherwise about uncirculated and rare £450-650

436 Banque du Congo-Belge, 20 francs, 15 September 1937, serial number 205.L.903, green, allegorical maiden (Belgium) with local girl and elephant tusk, head of a maiden top left, reverse green, river scene, star and red STANLEYVILLE at centre (Pick 10f), a pleasing fine, scarce £150-200

†433 Barclays Bank (Dominion, Colonial and Overseas), specimen proof $20 (2), ND (1926), no serial numbers, no country letters, black on multicoloured underprint, crowned arms at centre, value in guilloches at either side and in each corner, reverse of first copy black, yellow-green and pale blue, reverse of second copy black, pale green and a darker shade of blue, crowned arms in ornate guilloche, perforated CANCELLED twice (Pick Barbados S102 for type), both copies ink annotation “As submitted 19. 7. 26” in top margin, the first otherwise extremely fine, the second otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated, rare (2) £300-400

437 Banque du Congo-Belge, specimen 1000 francs, Matadi, ND (1920), brown and green, allegorical figures and background of plants, medallic female head top left, reverse blue-green and brown, maiden seated at left with lyre, falls and cockatoo at right, border of fruit, reverse (Pick 12s for type), red SPECIMEN overprint, tiny section missing top right corner, low right tip missing, very fine and very rare, a lovely design £1,000-1,200

BELARUS 434 A large group of notes from Belarus, a good selection of various denominations, predominantly dated 1992 about uncirculated to uncirculated, a delightfully bright group (36) £100-150 91


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438 Banque du Congo-Belge, specimen 50 francs, 1946, red zero serial numbers, serie E, EMISSION 1946 at centre, black and multicoloured, young girl at right, star top centre, reverse black, leopard at centre, also red zero serial number serie F, EMISSION 1947 at centre, black and multicoloured, young girl at right, star top centre, reverse black, leopard at centre (Pick 16ds, 16e), first, perforated, red specimen overprint, uncirculated, second, perforated red specimen overprint, uncirculated, rare £250-350

†440 Banque Centrale du Congo-Belge et du RuandaUrundi, specimen colour trial 50 francs (2), ND (1957-59), serial numbers N000000, R000000, green on multicoloured underprint, workers weaving with machines, reverse workers weaving by hand, both overprinted SPECIMEN horizontally in red on obverse and reverse, two punch holes [Pick 32ct (2)], uncirculated, very scarce (2) £250-350

†441 Banque Centrale du Congo-Belge et du RuandaUrundi, specimen colour trial 50 francs (2), ND (1957-59), both serial number R000000, green on multicoloured underprint, workers weaving with machines, reverse workers weaving by hand, both overprinted SPECIMEN horizontally in red on obverse and reverse, two punch holes [Pick 32ct (2)], uncirculated, very scarce (2) £250-350

439 Banque du Congo-Belge, an obverse and reverse uniface colour trial proof 500 francs, ND (1941), black and multicoloured, woman top centre in circular frame, value at left and right, star low centre, reverse black, elephants, river and hunter, value at left and right (Pick 18A for type), an ABNC engraving good extremely fine and rare (2) £400-600

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BELGIUM

†442 Banque Centrale du Congo-Belge et du RuandaUrundi, specimen proof 1000 francs, 15 July 1958, serial number A000000, deep blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of King Baudouin at left, aerial view of Leopoldville at lower centre, reverse huts and palm trees set in geometric pattern, one punch hole (Pick 35sp), ink annotation ‘APPROVED LETTER 21.3.58 RRB 24/3/58’ and typed annotation ‘2nd PROVING’ in top margin, otherwise about uncirculated and very rare £350-450

444 Banque Nationale Belgique, specimen 1000 francs/200 belgas, 1 February 1943, red serial number A 000000, purple-brown and violet, Elisabeth at left, Albert at right, allegorical woman at centre, reverse allegorical scene at centre (Pick 125), red SPECIMEN overprint, small fold top left corner, one vertical fold, about uncirculated, rare £200-300

BELIZE x445 Government of Belize, specimen 1 dollar, ND (1974), no serial number, blue and green on multicolour, Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at left, red stamped SPECIMEN and SPECIMEN OF NO VALUE obverse and reverse, hole punched low centre (Pick 33s, GOB B1s b), uncirculated £80-120 †443 Banque Centrale du Congo-Belge et du RuandaUrundi, specimen colour trial 1000 francs, ND (c. 1958), serial number A000000, green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of King Baudouin at left, aerial view of Leopoldville at lower centre, reverse huts and palm trees set in geometric pattern, overprinted SPECIMEN horizontally in red on obverse and reverse, two punch holes (Pick 35ct), uncirculated, rare £300-400

x446 Government of Belize, a colour trial set of the ND (1974-1975) series comprising $1, blue, $2, brown, $5, red, $10, green, $20, blue, all Elizabeth II at right, arms at left (Pick 33-37ct, GOB B1ct-5ct), perforated, red SPECIMEN overprint, uncirculated, rare and attractive (5) £1,000-1,200 x447 Government of Belize, $1 (2), 1 January 1976, consecutive serial numbers A/4068817/8, green on multicolour underprint, Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at left, (Pick 33c, GOB B1c), crisp, fresh and uncirculated, £100-130

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x448 Government of Belize, $1, 1 January 1976, prefix A/4, green, yellow and aqua; $2, 1 January 1976, prefix B/1, purple, violet and orange; $5, 1 January 1976, prefix C/2, red and violet, all Queen Elizabeth II at right, coat of arms at left, reverse ornate guilloches and geometric patterns (Pick 33c, 34c, 35c), the $2 minor ink smudge in top margin, otherwise uncirculated, the remainder uncirculated, scarce (3) £140-180

x449 Government of Belize, $1, 1 January 1976, prefix A/1, green, yellow and aqua; $5, 1 January 1976, prefix C/1, red and violet, both Queen Elizabeth II at right, coat of arms at left, reverse ornate guilloches and geometric patterns (Pick 33c, 35c), uncirculated, both first prefixes, scarce (2) £100-140

x450 Government of Belize, $20, 1 January 1976, serial number E/1 641130, brown and pale green, Elizabeth II at right, arms at left, Cain, Fonseca and Cattouse signatures (Pick 37c, GOB B5c), in PMG holder 58 ‘Choice about unc’, EPQ, scarce £350-450

x451 Central Bank of Belize, $20, 1 January 1986, serial number T/5 956402, brown on multicoloured underprint, Queen Elizabeth II at centre right wearing Queen Alexandra’s Kokoshnik tiara, coat of arms at upper left, reverse National Assembly building in Belmopan at centre, Jabiu stork at right (Pick 49a, GOB B7a), choice about uncirculated to uncirculated, scarce £100-140

452 Bermuda Government issue, 5 shillings, 12 May 1937, brown, serial number U/2 663661, 10 shillings, 12 May 1937, red, serial number T171784 and £1, 1937, blue, serial number R/5 350599, all featuring George VI, reverse arms at centre, value left and right (Pick 8b, 10a, 11b), generally good very fine, a desirable set (3) £200-300

x453 Bermuda Government issue, £1, 17 February 1947, serial number D/7 090274, blue, pale green and orange, George VI at right, Somerset Bridge in the Parish of Sandys at left, Young and Davidson signatures, reverse blue, arms at centre, value at left and right (Pick 16, BG B17), fresh and original, uncirculated thus rare £600-800

x454 Bermuda Government issue, 5 shillings, purplebrown, Elizabeth II at right, the ‘Monarch’ in Hamilton harbour low centre, also 10 shillings, red and pale orange, Elizabeth II and Gate’s Fort at centre, both 20 October 1952 (Pick 18a, 19a, BG B19a, 20a), good extremely fine (2) £250-350

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON x455 Bermuda Government issue, 5/-, 1 May 1957, serial number W/1 045802, brown on multicolour underprint, Elizabeth II at centre, The Monarch in Hamilton Harbour at low centre (Linzmayer BG B19b, Pick 18), uncirculated £80-120 x456 Bermuda Government issue, 10 shillings, 1 May 1957, serial number N/1 278345, red and multicoloured, Queen Elizabeth II at upper centre, Gate’s Fort in Saint George at lower centre; £1, 1 May 1957 (1965), serial number G/2 097485, with security thread, blue, green and orange, Queen Elizabeth II at right, Somerset Bridge at left, both reverse coat of arms at centre, value in guilloches at left and right (Pick 19b, 20c), the first fresh, good extremely fine, the second minor spotting at upper right, otherwise extremely fine (2) £90-120

x459 Bermuda Goverment issue, £5, 1 October 1966, serial number P/1 386769, orange, Elizabeth II at right, the ‘Monarch’ in Hamilton Harbour low left, Kempe and Davidson signatures, reverse orange and green, arms at centre, value at left and right (Pick 21d, BG B22d), about uncirculated £400-600

x457 Bermuda Government issue, 10 shillings, 1 October 1966, prefix V/1, red and pale orange, Elizabeth II and Gate’s Fort at centre, also £1, 1 October 1966, blue and yellow and green and lilac, Elizabeth II at right, Somerset Bridge at left, both Kempe and Davidson signatures (Pick 19c, 20d), good extremely fine (2) £250-350

460 Bermuda Government issue, a set of printer’s archival photographs for a proposed issue of currency comprising an obverse and reverse $5, Saint David’s lighthouse at centre, $10, a cahow (Bermuda petrel) at centre, $20, Somerset Bridge and tern at centre, all arms of Bermuda ‘QUO FATA FERUNT’ at centre, also $50, map of Bermuda at centre, reverse arms top left and Gibb’s Hill lighthouse at centre. All are undated but annotation from printers ‘3.3.69’, the decimal system introduced 6 February 1970. All serial number A/1 000000 and Elizabeth II wearing Queen Alexandra Kokoshnik’s tiara at right and all with signatures of John Sharpe and C.W. Kempe (Aspen p.79-84 for similar, Linzmayer BG B24ff for similar), the photographs have the imprint of Bradbury Wilkinson although the notes of the 1970 series were printed by Thomas De la Rue. A fascinating group which illustrate the developement for the new decimal series (8) £600-800

x458 Bermuda Government issue, £5, 1 May 1957, serial number K/1 959327, without security thread, orange and green, Queen Elizabeth II at right, tourist ship “The Monarch” in Hamilton Harbour at left, reverse coat of arms at centre, value in guilloches at left and right (Linzmayer BG B22b, Pick 21b), pressed, otherwise attractive very fine and very scarce £120-160

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x461 Bermuda Monetary Authority, $20, 2 January 1981, serial number Z/1 023201, green, Hibiscus flower at centre, Elizabeth II at right, Yearwood and Trued signatures (Pick 31c, BMA B4c), uncirculated and a rare replacement note £250-350

x462 Bermuda Monetary Authority, $1 (4), 1982, 1984 (2), 1986, blue, $5 (6), 1988, purple, all Elizabeth II at right, arms left centre (Pick 28b, 28c, 29d, BMA B1e, f, g, B2d), uncirculated (10) £100-120

x463 Bermuda Monetary Authority, a group of the 198895 Issues, all mature portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, wearing Grand Duchess Vladimir’s tiara, at centre right, comprising $5 (2), 20 February 1989, with silver foil under signature, 12 November 1992, prefixes B/1 and B/2, both red, purple and green, reverse Saint David’s lighthouse; $10, 4 January 1993, serial number B/1 600236, blue, purple and multicoloured, reverse Bermuda petrel; also $50 (2), 12 October 1992, 25 March 1995, serial numbers C/1 000194 and C/1 103710, grey-blue, yellow, red and brown, reverse scuba divers, wreck and map (Pick 35a, 35b, 42a, 44a, 44b), the $10 about uncirculated, the remainder about uncirculated to uncirculated (5) £60-80

†464 Royal Monetary Authority of Bhutan, an obverse and reverse composite essay for a 2 ngultrum, ND (ca 1984), serial number B/1 00000000, brown and multicoloured, Royal emblem and dragons, reverse Simtokha Dzong palace at centre (Pick 13 for type), unique £300-400

†465 Royal Government of Bhutan, an obverse and reverse composite essay for a 100 ngultrums, ND (ca 1984), serial number G/1 0000000, green and multicoloured, J. Singye Wangchuk at right, Royal emblem at left, reverse green, the Paro Dzong Palace at centre (Pick 11 for type), unique £400-600

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BOLIVIA

x468 British Caribbean Territories, Currency Board, colour trial $20, ND (1955), green and lilac, Elizabeth II at right, map of the Territories low left, value top centre and at each corner, reverse green and white, arms (Pick 11bct), perforated, red SPECIMEN overprint, uncirculated, rare and attractive £500-700

466 El Banco del Comercio, Bolivia, proof 5 bolivianos, oruro, 1 January 1900, black, pink and orange, maiden and child at left, General A. Narino at right, reverse green, arms and value (Pick 132S), perforated SPECIMEN, cross cancelled, staple holes, good very fine, rare £200-250

BRITISH GUIANA

BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES

x467 British Caribbean Territories, Currency Board, colour trial $10, ND (1955), blue and orange, Elizabeth II at right, map of the Territories low left, value top centre and at each corner, reverse blue and white, arms (Pick 10bct), perforated, red SPECIMEN overprint, about uncirculated, rare and attractive £450-650

x469 Government of British Guiana, bromides on matt paper showing obverse and reverse designs for the $1 and $2 of 1916, black and white, first with sailing ship at left, second with sailing ship at top centre, reverse with sailing ship at centre, also samples on tracing paper for the signatures and serial numbers, all items laid down on thick paper and dated ‘Nov. 26th 15’ (Pick 1 and 2 for type), the $2 with a tear, everything else in very good order, probably unique and a fascinating record of the design process (6) £400-600 97


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BRITISH WEST AFRICA

†470 Government of British Honduras, specimen colour trial $5, ND (1953-73), violet, brown and orangepink, Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at left, reverse blue, red and green, ornate guilloches, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, two punch holes (Pick 30ct), about uncirculated to uncirculated £100-150

x473 British West Africa, Currency Board, 1 shilling, Lagos, 30 November 1918, black text on red-brown paper, 1 shilling coin at centre, value low left, Mercer, Couper and Collins signatures (Pick 1, WACB B5s), no serial numbers, extremely fine, scarce £150-200

471 Government of British Honduras, colour trial $5, ND (1953), purple-brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, arms at left, reverse red, blue and green (Pick 30ct), perforated, uncirculated and rare £100-150 474 West African Currency Board, 20 shillings (2), 1 December 1942 and 28 January 1949, serial numbers L7 614198 and AA8 729704 respectively, red, pale pink and green, palm tree at centre, reverse Arabic text (Pick 8b), first, good very fine, second, extremely fine £200-300

†472 Government of British Honduras, specimen colour trial $20, ND (1952), no serial numbers, no signatures, blue on green, orange and yellow underprint, Queen Elizabeth II wearing King George IV’s state diadem at right, arms at left, reverse orange, red and multicoloured, ornate guilloches, overprinted SPECIMEN in red, two punch holes (Pick 32ct), mounting traces, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated, rare £300-400

†475 West African Currency Board, 10 Shillings (2), 4 February 1958, consecutive serial numbers A492617/18, black and green, river scene with palm trees at left, reverse field workers [Pick 9a (2)], choice about uncirculated to uncirculated and a very scarce consecutive pair (2) £400-500

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479 Bulgarian National Bank Cash Bond, 1000 leva zlatni, ND (1918), red serial number A-12725, black on dark blue, olive and tan underprint, arms at left, value above and at right corners, also Bulgarian National Bank Cash Bond, 1000 leva zlatni, ND (1918), serial number 38980, black on dark blue, olive and tan underprint, arms at left, value above and at right corners, straight edge at left, (Pick 26, 33, Rakovski C2) fresh and original good extremely fine and scarce (2) £200-250

†476 West African Currency Board, £1 (2), 20 February 1957, consecutive serial numbers F/S 360124/25, black and red, river scene with palm trees at left, reverse harvesting cacao pods [Pick 10a (2)], uncirculated and a very scarce consecutive pair (2) £400-500

480 Bulgarian National Bank, a selection of notes from the 1929 series comprising 200,250,500 and 1000 leva, all King Boris III at right and a 100 leva of 1925, plus 500 and 100 leva, 1938, multicoloured, King Boris II at left, also 500 and 1000 leva, 1942 (Pick 50a, 51a, 52a, 53, 46a, 55a, 56a, 60a, 61a), ranging from good to extremely fine, a superb group (9) £200-250 †477 West African Currency Board, £5, 26 April 1954, serial numbers A/S 42646, blue and multicoloured, river scene with palm trees at left, reverse men harvesting (Linzmayer WACB B11b, Pick 11b), choice about uncirculated to uncirculated and rare in this grade £600-800

481 Bulgarian National Bank, 500 leva, 1940, blue and 1000 leva, 1940, purple-brown, both King Boris III at right, arms at left, plus 20 leva, 1943, grey and pink, 200 leva (2), olive, 250 leva, green, 500 leva, blue, all 1943, King Simeon II at left, arms at right (Pick 58a, 59a, 63a, 64a, 65a, 66a), grades range from good extremely fine to about uncirculated (7) £200-250

BULGARIA 478 Bulgarian National Bank, 10 leva Srebro, ND (1903), 20, 50 and 199 leva srebro, all pink and multicoloured, arms top centre, also 1,2,10 leva, silver issue, ND (1916), 20 leva gold issue, ND (1916), 100 leva gold issue (2), and 5,10 (2) and 20 leva, ND (1917), (Pick 3b, 9h, 10d, 11d, 14b, 15a, 17a, 18a, 20a, 20b, 21a, 22a, 22b Rakovski 10, 16g, 17d, 18d), generally very fine (14) £200-250

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x482 Government of Brunei, colour trial 5 ringgit, ND (1967), no serial numbers, red and multicoloured, Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin III in peaked military cap at right, reverse pale red, Mosque at centre (Pick 3ct, BCB B3ct, Tan B3ct), perforated, in PCGS holder 67, PPQ, scarce £800-900

x483 Government of Brunei, colour trial 1 ringgit, ND (1972), no serial numbers, red and multicoloured, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah in songkok headgear at right, reverse pale red, Mosque at centre (Pick 6ct, BCB B6ct, Tan B6ct), perforated, in PCGS holder 66, ‘Gem new’, scarce £300-400

†484 Government of Brunei, a group of printer’s positional proofs of the 1972-88 Issues comprising 1 ringgit, 1983, serial number A/25 864001, blue; 5 ringgits, 1983, serial number A/4 270001, green; 10 ringgits, 1983, serial number A/14 210001, red; and 50 ringgits, 1981, serial number A/4 720001, dark brown and olive-green, all Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah I in military uniform at right, reverse Omar Ali Saifuddin mosque, Banda Seri Begawan, all marked with positioning lines in red or black ink (Pick 6c, 7b, 8b, 9b), ink dates and annotations in top margins, otherwise good extremely fine and a very rare type of printer’s proof (4) £100-200

†485 Government of Brunei, printer’s positional proof 1000 ringgits, 1979, serial number A/1 000001, grey, brown blue-green and pink, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah I in military uniform at centre right, reverse Brunei Museum building in Kota Batu, marked with positioning lines in blue ink (Pick 12a), ink date ‘19. 7. 79’ and ink figures in margins, otherwise good extremely fine and a very rare type of printer’s proof with the first serial number for this issue £400-600

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486 Negara Brunei Darussalam, 10 dollars, 1992, serial number B/5 031613, 50 dollars, 1990, serial number B/3 779137, 100 dollars, 1989, serial number B/1 699761, 500 dollars, 1989, serial number B/1 1395786, all depicting Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’izzaddin Waddaulah at right (BB BCB B15c, BCB B16b, BCB B17a, BCB B18a Pick 15, 16, 17, 18), first about very fine, others about uncirculated to uncirculated (4) £350-450

489 Negara Brunei Darussalam, 100 dollars (4), 1989, consecutive serial numbers B/1699745/48, blue and purple on multicolour, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’issaddin Waddaulah at right, village scene at centre, reverse aerial view of Brunei (BCB B17a, Pick 17), uncirculated, a very collectable consecutive group (4) £300-500

490 Negara Brunei Darussalam, 500 dollars (2), 1989, consecutive serial numbers B/1 1395787/88 orange and brown on multicolour, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’issaddin Waddaulah at right, houses on stilts at centre, reverse river scene (BCB B18a, Pick 18) uncirculated, a bright, fresh consecutive pair (2) £450-550

487 Negara Brunei Darussalam, 50 dollars (4), 1990, consecutive serial numbers B/1 779131/34, green and orange on multicolour, Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’issaddin Waddaulah at right, reverse long boat and passengers and water village houses (BCB B16b, Pick 16), uncirculated, a lovely consecutive run (4) £250-350

488 Negara Brunei Darussalam, 50 dollars, 1990, serial number B/3 779136, 100 dollars, 1989, serial number B/1699742, orange and green on multicolour and blue and purple on multicolour respectively, each Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’issaddin Waddaulah at right (BCB B16b, BCB B17a, Pick 16, 17), uncirculated (2) £140-180

491 Negara Brunei Darussalam, 500 dollars (2), 1989, consecutive serial numbers B/1 1399841/2, orange and brown on multicolour, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’issaddin Waddaulah at right, houses on stilts at centre, reverse river scene (BCB B18a, Pick 18), uncirculated, a superb consecutive pair (2) £450-550

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492 Negara Brunei Darussalam, 500 ringgit, series 1989, serial number B/1 1395785, orange and brown, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’izzaddin Waddaulah in uniform at right, houses on stilts at low centre, reverse woman paddling boat in Brunei River, solid security thread (BB BCB B18a, Pick 18), vibrant and colourful, uncirculated £300-400

BURMA

494 Government of India, Burma issue, a quarter 100 rupee, type of 1937, Burma issue, serial number T/32 853155, lilac and green, reverse lilac and green, black overstamp BURMA ONLY (Razack-Jhunjhunwalla 3.1A), produced for use as emergency currency after the Japanese departure from Burma and for the sum of 25 rupees, rare £250-350

493 Government of India, Burma issue, 10 rupees, Rangoon, 22 July 1911, serial number HC/19 96226, black on red underprint, value at centre and in 9 languages at left and right, Gillan signature (Pick A5a), a very early date, no graffiti, paper unusually fresh and strong, one split in upper central fold, good fine and a lovely example, rare £1,500-2,000

495 Reserve Bank of India, Burma issue, 100 rupees, ND (1939), serial number A/1 570307, blue on multicolour underprint, George VI at right, peacock at centre, value at centre and top corners, reverse elephants at centre (Pick 6), pink handstamp in watermark area, several black date stamps on reverse, an attractive good fine, very scarce £300-400

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496 Reserve Bank of India, Burma issue 100 rupees, ND (1945), serial number B/52 790713, green, brown and pink, George VI at right, value at top right, reverse green, tiger at centre (Pick 29b), blue handstamp at right, a very presentable good fine to almost very fine £120-180

†499 Union Bank of Burma, an obverse and reverse, partially hand painted essay on card for a 100 rupees, ND (1953), dark green, peacock at centre, mythical animal at right, value at each corner, reverse green and white, worker with oxen (Pick 41 for type), beautifully painted, a really high quality pre-production essay for an attractive note, unique £500-700

497 Burma, Japanese occupation, 14⁄ rupee (2), 12⁄ rupee and 1 rupee, ND (1942), with several later overprints and stamps, blue, olive and green respectively, last two with temple at right, all with different commercial overprints (Pick 12-14 for types), fine to very fine, scarce (4) £100-150

x498 Reserve Bank of India, Burma issue, 10 rupees (2), ND (1945), purple, George VI at right, 100 rupees (9), green, peacock at centre and 100 kyats (2), 1958, green, General Aung San (Pick 28,41,51a), generally fine to very fine, last two good extremely fine (13) £140-180 500 Shan State, 1, 5 and 10 kyats, 1964-65, dark blue, pink-purple and tan respectively, arms at left and right, also a later issue of 50 kyats, with a variation of the Asoka Column at right, tractor at centre (Pick not listed), last about uncirculated, others very fine to extremely fine (4) £150-200

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BURUNDI

CAMBODIA

†501 Banque de la Republique du Burundi, specimen colour trial 1000 Francs, 1 April 1968, serial number A000000, signature titles L’Administrateur and Le President, green and multicoloured, paradise whydah bird at left, protea and hibiscus flowers at right, reverse Ankole long-horn cattle, overprinted SPECIMEN in black on obverse and reverse, two punch holes (Pick 25ct), mounting traces, otherwise choice about uncirculated to uncirculated, very scarce £150-200

†502 Banque de la Republique du Burundi, specimen colour trial 1000 Francs, 1 April 1968, serial number A000000, signature titles L’Administrateur and Le President, green and multicoloured, paradise whydah bird at left, protea and hibiscus flowers at right, reverse Ankole long-horn cattle, overprinted SPECIMEN in black on obverse and reverse, two punch holes (Pick 25ct), choice about uncirculated to uncirculated, very scarce £150-200

†503 Banque Nationale du Cambodge, specimen 1 Riel, ND (1955), serial number 00000, blue, Kinnari at left, acanthus scroll at centre, reverse royal houseboat; specimen 50 Riels, ND (1956), serial number 000000, signature 3, blue and orange, fishermen casting nets, reverse Angkor Wat; also specimen 10 Riels, ND (1962), serial number 000000, signature 5, redbrown, Banteay Srei temple, reverse Phnom Penh market, all overprinted SPECIMEN in red or black with two De La Rue specimen ovals on obverse and reverse, two or three punch holes (Pick 1s, 7as, 11as), the 50 Riels good extremely fine, the remainder about uncirculated to uncirculated (3) £100-150

†504 Banque Nationale du Cambodge, 5 Riels, ND (1955), purple; 5 Riels, ND (1963), signature 6, red, both face sculpture at Bayon temple, Angkor Thom, reverse Moonlight Pavilion; 10 Riels, ND (1955), brown and multicoloured, temple of Banteay Srei, reverse central market Phnom Penh; also strip of watermarked paper with Buddha head used for these issues (Pick 2a, 3a, 10a, watermarked paper), the first about uncirculated, the third nick in top margin, otherwise about uncirculated, the remainder extremely fine, the watermarked paper very rare (4) £60-100

†505 Banque Nationale du Cambodge, specimen colour trial 1 Riel. ND (1956), signature 2, blue, purple and orange, dock scene, reverse Royal Palace throne room; specimen colour trial 5 Riels, ND (c.1962), green, Bayon face sculpture, Angkor Thom, reverse Moonlight Pavilion; specimen 20 Riels, ND (1969), signature 10, purple, combine harvester at right, reverse Phnom Penh pagoda, all overprinted SPECIMEN horizontally in red on obverse and reverse, one, two or three punch holes (Pick 4ct, 5cs, 10ct), mounting traces, otherwise uncirculated, very scarce (3) £160-240 WWW.SPINK.COM

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CAMEROUN

CANADA

x506 Banque des Etats de l’Afrique Centrale, Cameroun, 500 francs, ND (1981), red and multicoloured, woman and building, signature 12, also 500 francs, Gabon issue, ND (1978), red and multicoloured, signature 9, woman and logging (Pick 15d, 2b), in PMG holders 66 EPQ, gem uncirculated and 67 EPQ, superb gem unc (2) £100-150

x507 Banque des Etats de l’Afrique Centrale, Cameroun, 1000 francs, 1 April 1978, prefix N.21, pale blue and multicoloured, girl at right, hut and rock at centre, signature 4 (Pick 16c, BEAC B2c), in PMG holder 64, EPQ, choice uncirculated £60-80

509 La Banque Provinciale du Canada, obverse printers archival photographs, ND (ca 1913), for a $5, Laporte at left, Bienvenu at right, also obverse and reverse $10, Laporte at left, Bienvenu at right, value at centre, reverse ships at left, factory at right, three cherubs at centre (Pick unrecorded, 916 for similar, Charlton unrecorded, 615-14 for similar), (3) £200-300

x510 La Banque Provinciale du Canada, $5, Montreal, 31 January 1919, serial number J1950128, black on green and yellow underprint, Laporte at left, Bienvenu at right, reverse green, bank building (PS916), in PMG holder number 25, very fine £50-80 x508 Banque des Etats de l’Afrique Centrale, Cameroun, 10000 francs, ND (2000), blue and multicoloured, girl at right, building at centre, E in field (Pick 205Ef), in PMG holder 67, EPQ, superb gem unc £150-200

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x511 Bank of Canada, $1, 1935, red prefix A, black and green, George V at left, Osborne and towers signatures, Dominion of Canada, $1 (2), 1923, black and green, George V at centre, Mcavour-Sunders and Campbell Sellar signatures, maroon seal and black seal respectively, Bank of Canada, $5 (2), 1937, black and pale blue, George VI portrait, Gordon-Towers and Coyne-Towers signatures (Pick 38, Charlton BC-1, Pick 33e, n, 60b, c, DC 25e, nBC 223b, c) in PMG holder 63 ‘choice uncirculated’, balance fine to very fine (5) £200-300

†512 The Canadian Bank of Commerce, uniface reverse specimen proof $5 on card, ND (ca 1935), blue on pink underprint, seated old man with quill pen at centre, allegorical man at lower left and allegorical woman at lower right representing industry and farming respectively, arms of the bank at upper left and upper right, view of waterfront in background, perforated CANCELLED (Pick unrecorded), mounting marks, otherwise about good extremely fine, very rare £150-250 x513 Bank of Canada, $1 (2), 1954, $2 (2), 1954, $1 (4), 1973, $2 (3)1986, $5 (2), 1986, $5 (2), 2002, $10, 1989, $20 (8), 1979 (Pick 74a, 76b, c, 85c, 94a, 95a, 101, 96a, 93b), uncirculated (24) £150-200

†515 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Cape Verde, specimen 20 mil reis with counterfoil, 1 March 1909, black on pale blue and yellow underprint, portrait of Vasco da Gama at left, embarkation of Vasco da Gama at right, steamship seal Type III at centre, reverse orange-red and multicoloured, allegorical woman looking out at sailing ships, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 8bs), mounting traces, ink date ‘18. 5. 20’ and annotation in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine and very rare £500-700

†516 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Cape Verde, specimen 20 mil reis, 1 March 1909, black on pale blue and yellow underprint, portrait of Vasco da Gama at left, embarkation of Vasco da Gama at right, steamship seal Type III at centre, reverse orange-red and multicoloured, allegorical woman looking out at sailing ships, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 8bs), mounting traces, ink date ‘9. 11. 21’ and annotation in top margin, small chip in top margin, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated and very rare £400-600

x514 Bank of Canada, $20 (2), 1979, serial numbers 56177623637/38, green and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, Crow and Bouey signatures (Pick 93b, BC-54b-i), in PCGS holders 65, ‘gem new’, PPQ (2) £80-100

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CEYLON

517 Banco de Cabo Verde, specimen 100, 500 and 1000 escudos, 1977, issue, zero serial numbers, red, blue and brown respectively, all with A. Cabral at right, overprinted ESPECIME, one or two cancellation holes (Pick 54s, 55s, 56s), about uncirculated to uncirculated (3) £120-160

519 Ceylon Government issue, specimen 10 rupees, 1 June 1926, blue serial number C/32 38633, black, green, value in lilac underprint at centre, reverse lilac & white, elephant at centre (Pick 12c), black SPECIMEN handstamp on an issued example, pinhole at left, good very fine, rare £500-700

FRENCH WEST AFRICA

x518 Banque de l’Afrique Occidentale, a group of notes consisting of 5 francs, 10 francs, 25 francs (2), 100 francs and 1000 francs, all depicting agricultural scenes differing grades from very fine to extremely fine (6) £200-250

520 Ceylon Government issue, specimen 10 rupees, 1 July 1929, blue zero serial numbers, green and value in pale pink underprint at centre, reverse lilac and white, elephant at centre (Pick 25s), annotation top right, perforated, fresh and original, good extremely fine, rare £400-600

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521 Ceylon Government issue, a pale tan booklet containing 23 specimen 2 rupee notes, Colombo, 2 October 1939, green serial number M/35 00000, black, green and lilac, value at centre, reverse green, elephant at centre (Pick 21bs), two removed by printers, last date of issue for note and a most unusual and attractive offering, lovely and extremely rare ÂŁ4,000-5,000

522 Ceylon Government issue, an archival printers hand executed model/essay for a 5 rupees on board, Colombo, 1 January 1928, red zero serial numbers, blue and lilac and green, fishermen at left, column at left and right (Pick unrecorded), lovely and unique ÂŁ2,500-3,000

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523 Ceylon Government issue, an archival printers hand executed model/essay for an obverse and reverse 10 rupees on board, Colombo, 1 January 1928, red zero serial numbers, green and orange, a rock and coastline in field, column at left and right, reverse green, huts and palm trees by shoreline at centre (Pick unrecorded), lovely and unique (2) £3,500-4,000

524 Ceylon Government issue, an obverse and reverse printers archival photograph of a trial issue for a 100 rupees, 1 July 1938, serial number A/1 00000, black & white, George VI at top left, reverse value (Pick unrecorded), ink date ‘23.5.28’ lower right, unusual and very rare £250-350

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525 Ceylon Government issue, a specimen set of the 1 February/September 1941 series comprising 1 rupee, green, 2 rupees, purple-lilac, 5 rupees, purple and pale blue, 10 rupees, blue, 50 rupees, purple-lilac and 100 rupees, green, all zero serial numbers and all George VI portrait (Pick 30s-33s, 37s, 38s), small red SPECIMEN overprint, small hole at centre of 100 otherwise good extremely fine and a very rare and attractive set (6) £3,500-4,500

526 Ceylon Government issue, 5 cents, 1942 and 25 cents, 1942, 10 cents (3), 1942, 1943, 25 cents (4), 1942 (2), 1948, 1949, 50 cents (2), 1942, 1 rupee (8), 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 2 rupees, 1949, 5 rupees (2), 1943, 1944, 10 rupees (2), 1942, 1943 and tea coupon for 1 pound of tea and rubber coupons for 10 and 50 pounds of rubber (Pick 42a, 40, 43a, b, 44a, b, 45a, 34, 35, 36, 36A), generally VG to very fine, coupons good extremely fine (27) £250-300

527 Ceylon Government issue, 5 rupees, 4 August 1943, serial number G16 722132, brown-purple, 10 rupees, 12 July 1944, serial number J23 169182, blue on multicolour, and Central Bank of Ceylon, 1 rupee, 20 January 1951, serial number A/11 022669, all George VI at right (Pick 36, 36A, 47), first, fine, second and third, good very fine (3) £100-150

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†531 Central Bank of Ceylon, colour trial 1 rupee, 3 June, 1952, green and multicoloured, also specimen 1 rupee, 16 October 1954, serial number A/43 000000, blue and multicoloured, both Elizabeth II at left, value in field (Pick 49ct, 49s), the 1954 with official annotation, good extremely fine and rare (2) £300-400

528 Ceylon Government issue, 10 rupees (2), 1 February 1942, red serial number J10 356376, 4 August 1943, red serial number J12 263540, blue on multicolour underprint, portrait King George VI at left, reverse Temple of the Tooth (Pick 36A), first, some discolouration, creasing and folds, fine, second, several folds, creases and staining, fine or better £150-250

x532 Central Bank of Ceylon, colour trial 10 rupees, ND (1953), serial number L/21 000000, purple-brown and pale blue-green, Elizabeth II at left, value at centre and at each corner, reverse violet and green, carving at centre, value at right and at each corner (Pick 55ct), perforated, small black SPECIMEN overprint, almost uncirculated and a pretty note, rare £400-600

x529 Central Bank of Ceylon, colour trial 10 rupees, 20 January 1951, serial number L/1 000000, green and lilac, George VI at left, reverse green and violet, carving at centre (Pick 48ct), perforated, red SPECIMEN overprint, almost uncirculated, rare £500-600

530 Central Bank of Ceylon, 1 rupee (2), 1951, 10 rupees, 1951, 1 rupee, 1952, 2, and 5 rupees, 1952, 5 rupees, 1954, 10 rupees (3), 1953, 1954 (2) (Pick 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 54, 55), generally VG to very fine (12) £120-160

533 Central Bank of Ceylon, a set of colour trials comprising 1 rupee, green, 2 rupees, mauve, both dated 3 June 1952, 5 rupees, brown-green, 10 rupees, brown, 50 rupees, purple and 100 rupees, blue-green, last four undated, all Elizabeth II at left (Pick 49ct53ct, CBC B3t-9t), perforated and red SPECIMEN overprint, mounting traces thus good very fine, rare (6) £1,000-1,200 111


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WORLD BANKNOTES x534 Central Bank of Ceylon, 100 rupees, 3 June 1952, serial number V/4 56756, brown on multicoloured underprint, Queen Elizabeth II wearing Queen Mary’s Girls of Great Britain and Ireland tiara at left, reverse fresco of two women with lotus flowers from Sigiriya (Pick 53), pressed, otherwise very fine £100-140 535 Central Bank of Ceylon, a selection of the 1956 onwards series including 50 rupees (2), 1958, 100 rupees, 1958, all arms at left and a selection of notes with portrait of Bandaranaike or King Parakkrama in field (Pick 60, 61ff), generally fine to very fine (49) £180-240

†536 Central Bank of Ceylon, specimen colour trial 10 rupees, ND (1964), no serial numbers, no signatures, brown, green and multicoloured underprint, S. W. R. D. Bandaranaike at right, reverse guard stone of nagaraja, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, two punch holes: also printer’s issued copies 10 rupees (4), 12 June 1964, consecutive serial numbers M/51 944696/99, green, purple and multicoloured, same design as colour trial, one punch hole [Pick 64ct, 64 (4)], the first mounting traces, otherwise good extremely fine, the remainder typed letters in top right margins, otherwise extremely fine to good extremely fine, very scarce (5) £120-180

†537 Central Bank of Ceylon, specimen colour trial 5 rupees, ND (1969), no serial numbers, no signatures, blue, green and orange, statue of King Parakkrama at right, reverse statue of chinze; specimen colour trial 10 rupees, ND (1969), no serial numbers, no signatures, brown, green and multicoloured, statue of King Parakkrama at right, reverse guard stone of naga-raja, both overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, one or two punch holes (Pick 73ct, 74ct), mounting traces, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £120-160

†538 Central Bank of Ceylon, specimen colour trial 50 rupees, ND (1969), no serial numbers, no signatures, red, purple and blue, statue of King Parakkrama at right, reverse Moonstone stairway; specimen 100 rupees, ND (1969), no serial numbers, no signatures, purple and multicoloured, statue of King Parakkrama at right, reverse fresco of two women with lotus flowers, both overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, one or two punch holes (Pick 75ct, 76s), mounting traces, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £200-250

†539 Central Bank of Ceylon, specimen 500 rupees, ND (1981), no serial numbers, no signatures, brown and purple on multicoloured underprint, elephant with mahout at right, reverse stupa, temple, bird and butterfly; specimen 1000 rupees, ND (1981), no serial numbers, no signatures, green and multicoloured, dam at right, reverse peacock, mountains and spillway, both overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, one or two punch holes (Pick 89s, 90s), both pencil annotation in reverse margin, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £100-150 540 Central Bank of Ceylon, a selection of more modern issues (1979-), including 50 rupees, 1979, 500 rupees, 1981, 100 rupees, 1982, (Pick 87,89,95ff), generally uncirculated, the 500 about extremely fine (17) £120-160 x541 Ceylon Government issue/Central Bank, 10 cents, 1942, 25 cents (3), 1942, 1 rupee, 1948, all George VI at centre, Central Bank, 1 rupee, 1959, 2 rupees (2), 1977, 10 rupees (5), 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977, green and violet, also 1000 rupees (2), 1981, green, dam at right (Pick 3a, 44a, 34, 56a, 72c, 74b, 74c, 74d, 90a, CBC B49a), generally extremely fine to uncirculated (15) £250-300

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544 Ceylon, Rubber Controller issues, 1, 5, 10 (2) and 100 (2) pounds of dry rubber, 1941-1942, all lilac and pale orange with serial numbers and signatures (Pick not listed), mixed grades from good to extremely fine, scarce (6) £150-250

542 Diyatalawa, Prisoner of War currency during the Boer War for Ceylon, 50 cents, handstamped date 1901, serial number 840, black text on green, value and arms at centre, purple handstamped signature of Lieut. Col. Vincent low right (Ineson 205), good fine and scarce £300-350

CHILE

†545 El Banco de E. Edwards y Ca., Chile, specimen 1 peso, Valparaiso, 3 January 1878, serial number 50001, green and black, Ceres and counterfoil at left, arms and value at right, reverse green, head of Mercury at left and right (Pick S237s), good extremely fine, scarce £150-200

543 Diyatalawa, Prisoner of War currency during the Boer War for Ceylon, 1 rupee, c. 1901, hand stamped date serial number 1524, pale yellow-orange, arms top centre, value in red at centre, faint hand stamp signature of Lieut. Colonel Vincent low right (Ineson 206), original, very fine, rare £400-500

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CHINA

546 Ming Dynasty, Da Ming Bao Chao, 1 kuan, 13681399, black text on mulberry bark, red rectangular seals on face, 10 strings of cash coins at centre (Pick AA10), slight edge damage, several pinholes and some splitting in central section, very small top right corner fold, reasonably clear print, very fine, a great example ÂŁ2,800-3,800

547 Ming Dynasty, Da Ming Bao Chao, 1 kuan, 13681399, black text on mulberry bark, red rectangular seals on face, 10 strings of cash coins at centre (Pick AA10), minimal edge damage, minute holes and one slightly larger hole lower left, top right corner fold, strong print, very fine probably better, a superb example ÂŁ3,000-4,000

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549 Ming Dynasty, Da Ming Bao Chao, 1 kuan, 13681399, black text on mulberry bark, red rectangular seals on face, 10 strings of cash coins at centre, (Pick AA10), several sections missing, slight damage to edges, otherwise fine or better ÂŁ800-1,200

548 Ming Dynasty, Da Ming Bao Chao, 1 kuan, 13691399, black text on mulberry bark, red rectangular seals, 10 strings of cash coins at centre (Pick AA10), horizontal fold, some edge damage and small holes, printing retaining some brightness, about fine, scarce ÂŁ800-1,200

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551 Bank of China, reverse proofs (5) on card, September 1918, branches Fukien, Hankow, Shanghai, Kalgan and Shantung, various colours, value and bank title (Pick 51 for types), ABNC engravings, extremely fine and scarce (5) £200-300

550 Qing Dynasty, Da Qing Bao Chao, 2000 cash, Year 9 (1859), blue and white, dragons top right and left, large red seal at centre, reverse blank with ink annotation low right (Pick A4g), small hole top centre, discolouration, otherwise very fine or better, a remarkable and very collectable example in this grade £500-800

552 Bank of China, an obverse and reverse proof on card for a $1, Amoy, October 1930, green and multicoloured, the Temple of Heaven at centre, reverse green, value and bank title (Pick 65A for type), an ABNC engraving, extremely fine and scarce £300-400 x553 A group of Chinese and Hong Kong notes, various banks and denominations including Bank of China, Central Reserve Bank of China, Central Bank of China, Federal Reserve Bank of China, The Kwangthung Provincial Bank, Bank of Communications, The Farmer’s Bank, Nippon Ginko, People’s Republic, Government of Hong Kong, The Chartered Bank, Standard Chartered Bank and Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, mixed grades which range from good to uncirculated, with 7 notes in PMG holders, a very collectable group £400-600

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x557 Confederate States of America, $100 (2), 3 November 1862, black and white, value in pink underprint low centre, Calhoun low left, cotton hoeing at centre, Columbia at right (Pick 45, Criswell 318), good extremely fine thus above average for type, scarce (2) £140-180

554 Asia Banking Corporation, China, proof obverse and reverse $20 on card for a $20, Tientsin, 1918, dark brown and pale blue and red, camel train and the Great Wall of China at centre, value at left and right, reverse blue, globe and value (Pick S114 for type), extremely fine, attractive and rare £500-700

x558 Confederate States of America, $10 (11), 2.12.1862, black on pink paper, Capital building in South Carolina top centre, Hunter low right (Pick 52a, 52b, 52d, Criswell 369, 371, 372), all triangular cut cancellations below, generally good very fine (11) £200-300

COLOMBIA

x559 Confederate States of America, $10 (12), 2.12.1862, black on pink paper, Capital building in South Carolina top centre, Hunter low right (Pick 52c, Criswell 377), some triangular cut cancellations below, generally fine to very fine (12) £150-200 x560 Confederate States of America, $10 (11), 2.12.1862, black on pink paper, Capital building in South Carolina top centre, Hunter low right (Pick 52b, 52c, Criswell 371, 372, 373, 375, 377), all triangular cut cancellations below, generally fine to good very fine (11) £100-150

†555 El Banco de la Republica, Colombia, a group of specimens of the 1953-65 Issues, comprising 5 Pesos Oro, 1 January 1953, green, Cordoba at left, perforated SPECIMEN; 10 Pesos Oro (2), 1 January 1953 and 1 January 1960 respectively; blue Narino at left; and 20 Pesos Oro, 2 January 1965, brown-purple, Caldas at left, all various bank buildings on reverse, all overprinted SPECIMEN in red with two specimen De La Rue ovals on obverse and reverse, two punch holes in 10 and 20 Pesos (Pick 399s, 400as, 400bs, 401cs), the first 15mm tear at lower right, otherwise all about uncirculated to uncirculated (4) £150-200

CONFEDERATE STATES x561 Confederate States of America, $1, 6.4.1863, black on pink, Clay at centre, $5, 6.4.1863, black and white, $10 (2) and $20 (2), 6.4.1863, black and white (Pick 57a, 59b, 60a, 61b), fine to very fine (6) £100-150

x556 Confederate States of America, $5 (4), 2.9.1861, black and white, maiden top centre, $10, 2.9.61, maidens at left, $20 (3), 2.9.1861, maiden and value top centre, $5 (3), 2.12.1863, pink and black, (Pick 19c, 29g, 33, 51a, 51c), VG to fine (10) £150-200

x562 Confederate States of America, $5, 6.4.1863, $20 (7), 6.4.1863, black and white, Capital building top centre, Stephens at right, also $10, 17.2.1864, black on pink, Hunter at right (Pick 59c, 61b, 68, Criswell 421-1, 550), fine to very fine, cut cancelled (9) £100-150 117


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WORLD BANKNOTES x563 Confederate States of America, $20 (10), 6.4.1863, black and white, Capital building top centre, Stephens at right (Pick 61b, Criswell 421-2,424-5,426-2,4263), fine to very fine, some cancelled (10) £120-180 x564 Confederate States of America, $20 (10), 6.4.1863, black and white, Capital building top centre, Stephens at right (Pick 61b, Criswell 421-2,424-5,426-2,4263), fine to very fine, some cancelled (10) £150-200 x565 Confederate States of America, $20 (11), 6.4.1863, black and white, Capital building top centre, Stephens at right (Pick 61b, Criswell 424-3,423-4,426-3), fine to very fine, cut cancelled (11) £150-200

568 Banque Nationale du Congo, specimen 50 makuta, 21 January 1970, serial number A000000, red on olive green and multicolour underprint, portrait Mobutu at right, stadium at centre left, reverse, workers gathering coconuts (Pick 11s2), uncirculated £80-130

x566 Confederate States of America, $20 (10), 6.4.1863, black and white, Capital building top centre, Stephens at right (Pick 61b, Criswell 421-1), fine to very fine, cut cancelled (10) £140-180

CONGO x569 Banque Populaire du Congo, obverse partial proof 10000 francs, ND (1974-81), multicoloured, woman at left, parade and statue at right, value at top left and right (Pick 5 for type), one crease in low left, about uncirculated, rare and attractive £350-450 †567 Banque Nationale du Congo, specimen colour trial 100 francs, ND (1961-63), serial number AA000000, blue and multicoloured, dam at left, reverse dredging; specimen colour trial 50 francs, ND (1961-62), serial number A/1 000000, brown on multicoloured underprint, lion at left, bridge and lake at centre right, reverse ornate guilloche and building at lower centre; also specimen colour trial 500 francs, ND (1961-64), brown on blue and pale purple underprint, mask at left, reverse ornate guilloche and building at lower centre, all overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, one or two punch holes (Pick 1ct, 5ct, 7ct), mounting traces, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated (3) £240-320

COSTA RICA

†570 El Banco Anglo Costarricense, uniface proof for a 50 colones, 1 January 19-, black on yellow, green and blue underprint, man at left, value at centre right and each corner (Pick S125), rough-cut corners and edges, extremely fine and very rare £250-350

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CYPRUS

x571 Government of Cyprus, 1 shilling, 25 August 1947, prefix D/1, purple, and green, head of George VI at centre, value top left and right (Pick 20), embossing still in evidence, uncirculated thus scarce and last date of issue for type £150-250

574 Government of Cyprus, specimen £1, 30 September 1941, serial number F/2 000000, purple-brown and green, George VI and value at right, reverse purplebrown and white, arms (Pick 24s), ink date ‘18.12.41’ in top margin, small SPECIMEN handstamp, perforated CANCELLED, extremely fine, rare £350-550

572 Government of Cyprus, specimen 5 shillings, 28 July 1947, serial number D/10 000001-D/10 200000, blue, purple and pale green, George VI and value at centre, Greek legend at left, Turkish legend at right (Pick 22), ink date ‘8.9.47’ in top margin, perforated SPECIMEN, discolouration at right margin, extremely fine and rare £400-500

575 Government of Cyprus, specimen £1, 20 October 1945, serial number F/9 000000, purple-brown and green, George VI and value at right, reverse purplebrown and white, arms (Pick 24), ink date in top margin, perforated CANCELLED, extremely fine, rare £400-600

573 Government of Cyprus, specimen 10 shillings, 2 February 1942, serial number F/2 000000, violet, green and pink-brown, portrait George VI and value at centre, Greek text at left, Turkish script at right, reverse violet and white, arms (Pick 23s), ink date ‘6.2.42’ in top margin, small SPECIMEN handstamp, perforated CANCELLED, mounting traces, an attractive extremely fine, rare £800-1,000

†576 Government of Cyprus, printer’s archival specimen £5, 1 June 1955, serial run A/1 000001 to A/2 200000, green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II wearing King George IV’s state diadem at right, map at lower right, reverse value at left, arms at right, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 36s), mounting traces, ink date ‘2/ 9/ 54’ and annotation in top margin, excess ink smudges, otherwise extremely fine, rare £250-300 119


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DANISH WEST INDIES

†577 Government of Cyprus, printer’s archival specimen £5, 1 February 1956, serial run A/3 000001 to A/4 250000, green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II wearing King George IV’s state diadem at right, map at lower right, reverse value at left, arms at right, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 36s), mounting traces, ink date ‘7/ 12/ 55’ and annotation in top margin, minor ink smudges, otherwise extremely fine, rare £280-340

†578 Government of Cyprus, printer’s archival specimen £5, 15 March 1958, serial run A/6 000001 to A/7 250000, green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II wearing King George IV’s state diadem at right, map at lower right, reverse value at left, arms at right, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 36s), mounting traces, ink date ‘18/3/ 58’ and annotation in reverse top margin, minor ink smudges, otherwise extremely fine, rare £280-340

580 Danish West Indies National Bank, a printers archival photograph for an obverse 100 francs, St. Thomas, 1905, zero serial numbers, street scene at left, King Christian IX top centre, value at centre and at each corner (Pick unrecorded design) £300-400

DANZIG

581 Danzig City Council, 50 pfennig (2), 15 April 1919, red serial number 646798* and 015195*, first green and white, second violet and brown, value at left reverse cathedral, also 50 pfennig, 1918, brown, plus Senate of the Municipality, Free City of Danzig, 10000 mark, 26 June 1923, red serial number 065660, blue, Holbein’s portrait of a merchant, galleon right centre, blue and brown, Saint Mary’s Church top centre, red city seal low centre, reverse blue and brown, arms at centre, building at left and right, and Danzig Central Finance Department, 1 pfennig, pale brown, 2 pfennig, orange and green, 5 pfennig, green and 10 pfennig, blue and red-brown, all dated 21 October 1923, value at centre (Pick 11, 12, 9, 18, 32, 33a, 34a, 35a, Rosenberg 791, 790, 788, 799, 811, 812, 813, 814a Schone A372a, 372b, 369a, N8), generally fine to very fine (8) £250-350

579 Central Bank of Cyprus, printers archival photograph for £10, ND (ca 1977), male statue at left, arms at right, also another £10, mosaic of man with sword at left, arms at right, both serial number A 000000 (Pick 48 for type and Pick unrecorded), (2) £150-200 WWW.SPINK.COM

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585 Banque de l’Indochine, Djibouti, specimen 100 francs, ND (1928-), zero serial numbers, multicoloured, maiden with wreath and statuette at centre, Borduge and Baudouin signatures, value in green, also 1000 francs, ND (1938), serial number B.1-618), multicoloured, market scene with maiden at right, Borduge and Baudouin signatures (Pick 8, 10, Kolsky D12, 10, D16), first, perforated SPECIMEN, uncirculated, scarce, second, pinholes lower left, central fold, slight discolouration, otherwise fine or better £150-250

582 Danmarks National Bank, 5 kroner, blue and 10 kroner, brown, 1944, serial numbers AK 425983 and BR 891477 respectively, also postage stamp store currency all on 1 ore stamps (10), also officers Fenrick Messen 5, 10, 25 øre and 1 krone (Pick 35a, 36a), first, folds, pinholes, good very fine (2), second, generally uncirculated, scarce (14) £200-300

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

583 The Danish Brigade, Den Danske Brigade, a specimen set of the ND (c.1947-) issue comprising 5, 10, 25 øre, 1, 5, 10 kroner, all zero serial numbers, arms at left (Schwan-Boling 701s-706s) red SPECIMEN overprint, crisp, fresh and uncirculated, rare (6) £700-900

x586 Banco Central de la Republica Dominicana, specimen 500 pesos oro, 1990, serial number A000000A, dark blue-green on multicolour underprint, National Theater at centre, also specimen 10 pesos oro and 20 pesos oro (4), all 1990, zero serial numbers, some with black specimen overprints and cancellation holes (Pick 132, 133, 134), about uncirculated or better (6) £100-150

DJIBOUTI 584 Banque de l’Indochine, Djibouti 100 francs, 2 January 1920, serial number O.6-000, red-brown and cream, allegorical figures representing France and her colonies, d’Oissel and Simon signatures, specimen 5 francs, ND (1936-), zero serial numbers, multicoloured, helmeted female head at left, Borduge and Baudouin signatures, also an issued example, and 20 francs (2), ND (1926-), multicoloured, woman with wreath at right, both Borduge and Baudouin signatures, one with blue green value, one with red value (Pick 5, 6b, 7a, Kolsky D6, D8d, D10b, D10bis), various grades ranging from good to extremely fine (5) £250-350 121


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587 East African Currency Board, 5 shillings, 1 June 1939, serial number Q/9 15062, brown, portrait George VI low left, value low right, reverse lion at centre, mountain in background (Pick 26Ab), a pleasing good very fine, scarce £200-250

588 East African Currency Board, 1 shilling, 1 January 1943, red serial number A/50 41323, violet, portrait George VI low left, value low right, 5 shillings, 1 July 1941, serial number Y/4 62913, dark orange, portrait George VI low left, value low right, 20 shillings, 1 August 1942, Indian style serial number A24 98348, light orange, portrait George VI at top left, value at right, and 100 shillings, 1 September 1943, serial number B/6 94397, green and pink, portrait King George VI top left, value top right, all reverse lion at centre, mountain in background (Pick 27, 28a, 30A, 31b), grades range from very good to extremely fine (4) £400-450

x589 East African Currency Board, specimen 10 shillings, 1 January 1947, serial number X/7 00000 green, pink and black, George VI low left, value at right, four printed signatures low right, reverse light green, lion at centre, value at left and right (Pick 29bs), ink date in top margin, perforated CANCELLED, mounting traces, almost uncirculated and rare £300-400

†590 East African Currency Board, specimen colour trial 20 shillings or 1 pound, ND (c.1938), no serial numbers, no signatures, violet on pale green underprint, portrait of King George VI at upper left, value at upper right, reverse violet, lion at centre, value in each corner and set in ornate guilloches at left and right, overprinted SPECIMEN in black with one De La Rue specimen oval on obverse and reverse (Pick 30ct), ink annotations in top margin, black glue residue in right margin on reverse, otherwise good extremely fine, rare £600-800

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x591 East African Currency Board, specimen 20 shillings, 1 July 1941, serial number F/8 00000 orange-brown and black, George VI top left, value top right, three printed signatures low right, reverse light brown, lion at centre, value at left and right (Pick 30as), ink date in top margin, perforated CANCELLED, mounting traces, almost uncirculated and rare £350-550

x593 East African Currency Board, specimen 20 shillings, 1 January 1949, serial number S/3 00000 orangebrown and black, George VI top left, value top right, four printed signatures low right, reverse light brown, lion at centre, value at left and right (Pick 30bs), ink date in top margin, perforated CANCELLED, extremely fine and rare £300-400

x592 East African Currency Board, specimen 20 shillings, 1 January 1947, serial number M/4 00000 orangebrown and black, George VI top left, value top right, four printed signatures low right, reverse light brown, lion at centre, value at left and right (Pick 30bs), ink date in top margin, perforated CANCELLED, mounting traces, extremely fine and rare £300-400

x594 East African Currency Board, specimen 20 shillings, 1 September 1950, serial number X/10 00000 orange-brown and black, George VI top left, value top right, four printed signatures low right, reverse light brown, lion at centre, value at left and right (Pick 30bs), ink date in top margin, perforated CANCELLED, almost uncirculated and rare £400-500

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†595 East African Currency Board, specimen 20 shillings or 1 pound, 1 June 1939, serial number E/3 00000, three signatures at lower right, blue-black on yellow and orange underprint, portrait of King George VI at upper left, value at upper right, reverse ochre, lion at centre, value in each corner and set in ornate guilloches at left and right, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 30as), ink date ‘26-6-40’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine to about uncirculated £400-500

†597 East African Currency Board, specimen 20 shillings or 1 pound, 1 September 1943, serial number L/6 00000, four signatures at lower right, blue-black on yellow and orange underprint, portrait of King George VI at upper left, value at upper right, reverse ochre, lion at centre, value in each corner and set in ornate guilloches at left and right, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 30bs), ink date ‘23-1-46’ and annotations in top margin on obverse and reverse, miscut margin at right, otherwise good extremely fine £250-350

x596 East African Currency Board, 1 shilling, 1 January 1943, serial number A/20 75296, blue-black and purple; 5 shillings, 1 June 1939, serial number Q/2 22123, blue black and brown; 20 shillings, 1 September 1950, serial number S/8 45332, blueblack and yellow-orange, all King George VI at left, reverse lion, also Goverment of Seychelles, 50 cents, 7 July 1943, serial number A/1 094820, King George VI at left (Pick 27, 26Aa, 30b, 6a), the first pressed otherwise good very fine, the second very fine, the third extremely fine, fourth, about uncirculated (4) £220-280

598 East African Currency Board, 20 shillings, 1 January 1955, serial number G79 19014, orange-brown, head of Elizabeth II top right, value top left, four printed signatures low right, reverse pale brown, lion at centre (Pick 35), in PMG holder 55 ‘about uncirculated EPQ’ £150-250

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†599 East African Currency Board, specimen 20 shillings, ND (1958-60), serial number A00000, four signatures at lower right, blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at upper left, value at upper right, reverse plants in a geometric design, value in each corner, overprinted SPECIMEN in red with two red De La Rue specimen ovals on obverse and reverse, two punch holes (Pick 39s), minor mount marks in all four corners, otherwise about uncirculated, very scarce £200-300

†601 East African Currency Board, specimen 20 shillings, ND (1958-60), serial number A00000, four signatures at lower right, blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at upper left, value at upper right, reverse plants in a geometric design, value in each corner, overprinted SPECIMEN in red with two red De La Rue specimen ovals on obverse and reverse, two punch holes (Pick 39s), choice about uncirculated to uncirculated, very scarce £250-350

x600 East African Currency Board, specimen 20 shillings, ND (1958-60), serial number A00000, dark blue on light pink underprint, Queen Elizabeth II at left, value in each corner and centre, reverse depictions of various plants, hole punched CANCELLED low centre (Pick 39), mounting traces, some minor creases, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated £200-300

x602 East African Currency Board, 100 shillings, ND (1958), serial number M2 29312, red-purple and pale pink, Elizabeth II top left, value top right and low left and right, four printed signatures low right, reverse red-pink and pale blue-green, value at centre (Pick 40), a lovely fresh example, good extremely fine and rare ink date in top margin, perforated CANCELLED, mounting traces, almost uncirculated and rare £400-500 x603 East African Currency Board, 100 shillings, ND (1961), serial number F/4 36502, top left signature E. B. David, red on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at upper left, value in each corner, reverse flowers, cereals and palm trees in ornate geometric patterns (Pick 44a), very fine £80-120

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ECUADOR x607 Banco Central del Ecuador, a specimen set of the 1975-80 issue, comprising 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 sucres, all with red SPECIMEN overprints and two cancellation holes, also several later issued notes (7) (Pick 108s-112s), specimens with a couple of small stains, pencil annotations on reverse, about uncirculated or better, all issued notes uncirculated (12) £120-160

x604 East African Currency Board, specimen 100 shillings, ND (1964), serial number A000000, burgundy on multicolour underprint, boat at centre, reverse various types of flora, hole punched “SPECIMEN” top centre (Pick 48), slight fold top left corner, otherwise uncirculated, a superb example £200-300

EGYPT

EAST CARIBBEAN STATES x605 British Caribbean Territories, Eastern Group, $1, 2 January 1958, red and multicoloured, Queen Elizabeth II at right, map on scroll at left, reverse coats of arms of the islands (Pick 7c), pressed, slight foxing in top margin, otherwise extremely fine £20-30

x606 East Caribbean Currency Authority, specimen $100, ND (1968), serial number A1 000000, black, red and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, map of the islands at left, signature 5, Theophilus, Smith and two unknown signatures (Pick 16cs, ECCA B5s), ink annotation in top margin, mounting traces, perforated SPECIMEN, otherwise about uncirculated, rare £350-450

608 Egyptian Government currency note, a printers obverse archival photograph for a 5 piastres, ND (ca 1919), zero serial numbers, head of a camel top centre, value in field at centre and at left and right (Pick not listed), a most interesting item and never adopted, date on reverse ‘10/12/19’ £350-450

†609 National Bank of Egypt, printer’s archival specimen £5 (2), 8 November 1919 and 9 November 1919, serial runs W/41 000,001 to W/41 100,000 and W/42 000,001 to W/42 100,000 respectively, black on lilac and yellow underprint, feluccas and pyramids at centre left, palm trees at centre right, reverse black on mauve, green and yellow underprint, value in western numeral at left and in Arabic numeral at right set in ornate pattern, perforated CANCELLED [Pick 13s(2), Hanafy M2s (2)], mounting traces, ink date ‘3. 11. 19’ and annotation in top margins, otherwise fresh good extremely fine, and a very rare pair with consecutive dates £2,500-3,500

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†610 National Bank of Egypt, printer’s archival specimen £10, 4 November 1907, serial run D/5 080001 to D/5 090000, black, pale blue-green and rose, feluccas and the ruins at Philae at left, reverse blue-green, value in western numerals at left and Arabic numerals at right set in ornate guilloches, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 4s, Hanafy M1s), mounting traces, ink date ‘8 Nov. 1907’ in top margin, otherwise fresh, original good very fine and very rare £2,200-2,800

611 National Bank of Egypt, a pair of black and white archival photographs for a £50, 1 January 1904, the ruins at Philae at left, value in field, reverse value at centre (cf Pick 5 for type), an important research lot £300-500

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†612 National Bank of Egypt, printer’s archival specimen £100, 20 November 1904, serial run G/2 10001 to G/2 15000, black, yellow-green and orange, the temple at Philae at left, value at lower left, reverse olive-green, value in western numerals at left and Arabic numerals at right set in ornate guilloches, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 6s, Hanafy M1s), mounting traces, otherwise fresh extremely fine and very rare £3,500-4,500

†613 National Bank of Egypt, printer’s archival specimen 50 piastres (2), 13 May 1918 and 14 May 1918, serial number runs P/33 000,001 to P/33 100,000 and P/34 000,001 to P/34 100,000 respectively, brown on multicoloured underprint, sphinx at left, value at upper right and lower left, reverse blue on pale green and pink underprint, value in western and Arabic numerals set in guilloches and ornate pattern, perforated CANCELLED [Pick 11s (2), Hanafy M2s (2)], mounting traces, ink date ‘18. 7. 18’ and annotations in top margins, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated and an extraordinary opportunity to obtain a very rare pair of specimens with consecutive dates and serial number runs (2) £700-900

†614 National Bank of Egypt, printer’s archival specimen 50 piastres (2), 15 May 1918 and 16 May 1918, serial number runs P/35 000,001 to P/35 100,000 and P/36 000,001 to P/36 100,000 respectively, brown on multicoloured underprint, sphinx at left, value at upper right and lower left, reverse blue on pale green and pink underprint, value in western and Arabic numerals set in guilloches and ornate pattern, perforated CANCELLED [Pick 11s (2), Hanafy M2s (2)], mounting traces, ink date ‘18. 7. 18’ and annotations in top margins, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated and an extraordinary opportunity to obtain a very rare pair of specimens with consecutive dates and serial number runs (2) £700-900

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON †615 National Bank of Egypt, printer’s archival specimen 25 piastres, 13 August 1917, serial number run L/9 000,001 to L/9 100,000, no signature, blackish purple on pale green and multicoloured underprint, banks of the Nile at centre, value in each corner, reverse deep blue, light blue and orange, value in western and Arabic numerals set in guilloches and ornate pattern, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 10as, Hanafy M1s), mounting traces, ink date ‘24. 7. 17’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated and a very early date for this issue, rare £400-500 †616 National Bank of Egypt, printer’s specimen proof 25 piastres, ND (1951), no serial numbers, Said signature, blackish purple on pale green and multicoloured underprint, banks of the Nile at centre, value in each corner, reverse deep blue, light blue and orange, value in western and Arabic numerals set in guilloches and ornate pattern, one punch hole (Pick 10asp), mounting traces, ink annotation ‘Returned by Bank approved for signature Letter 10/7/51’ in top margin, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated and a very rare signature proof £400-600 †617 National Bank of Egypt, printer’s archival specimen 1 pound (2), 21 September 1914, 20 November 1918, serial number runs R/1 000.001 to R/1 1000,000 and S/50 000,001 to S/50 100,000 respectively, the first no signature, the second signature Rowlatt, blue on pink and pale green underprint, the temple gate of Khonsu at Karnak at left, value in western and Arabic numerals at right, reverse dark green on orange and pale green underprint, value in ornate pattern, perforated CANCELLED [Pick 12as (2), Hanafy M2bs (2)], the first bisected with top right third missing, ink date ‘26. 10. 14’ and annotations in top margin, the second mounting traces, ink date ‘13. 11. 18’ and annotations in top margins, both otherwise about uncirculated, very rare (2) £900-1,200

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WORLD BANKNOTES †618 National Bank of Egypt, printer’s archival specimen 1 pound, 20 November 1918, serial number run S/50 000,001 to S/50 100,000, signature Rowlatt, blue on pink and pale green underprint, the temple gate of Khonsu at Karnak at left, value in western and Arabic numerals at right, reverse dark green on orange and pale green underprint, value in ornate pattern, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 12as, Hanafy M2bs), mounting traces, ink date ‘13. 11. 18’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise about uncirculated, very rare £700-900 †619 National Bank of Egypt, printer’s archival specimen £10, 13 November 1919, serial run X/31 000,001 to X/31 100,000, brown and multicoloured, old Cairo street scene and the Mosque of Qayetbay at right, value in Arabic numerals in guilloche at left, reverse value in western and Arabic numerals set in ornate pattern with acanthus scrolls, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 14s, Hanafy M3s), mounting traces, ink date ‘3. 11. 19.’ and annotation in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine and very rare £1,200-1,600 †620 National Bank of Egypt, printer’s archival specimen £50, 15 November 1919, serial run N/2 00001 to N/2 010000, purple, pale blue and multicoloured, Mameluke tombs and camel train at centre, value in Arabic and western numerals at right and left and in each corner, reverse purple, peach and pale green, value in western and Arabic numerals set in ornate pattern with acanthus scrolls, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 15bs, Hanafy M2s), mounting traces, ink date ‘3. 11. 19.’ and annotation in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine and very rare £1,600-2,200

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621 National Bank of Egypt, £50, 15 November 1919, serial number N/3 098484, purple and multicoloured, camel trains and citadel at centre, value at centre and at left and right, Rowlatt signature, reverse purple and multicoloured, value at left and right (Pick 15b, Hanafy M2), vertical folds, small notch lower right, small graffiti annotation upper centre, discolouration reverse left, about fine, scarce £250-350

†622 National Bank of Egypt, printer’s archival specimen £100, 16 November 1919, serial run T/2 000001 to T/2 010000, purple, pale green and orange, the Mosque of Mohammad Ali at centre, value in Arabic and western numerals in each corner, reverse value in western and Arabic numerals in guilloches set in ornate pattern with foliage and flowers, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 16s, Hanafy M2s), mounting traces, ink date ‘3. 11. 19.’ and annotation in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine and extremely rare £4,000-6,000

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†623 National Bank of Egypt, printer’s archival specimen 100 pounds, 1 November 1918, serial number run Z/8 090001 to Z/8 100000, purple and multicoloured, the Mosque of Mohammed Ali at centre, value in each corner, reverse value in western numerals at left and in Arabic numerals at right set in ornate pattern, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 16s, Hanafy M2s), ink date ‘17. 10. 18’ and annotation in top margin, otherwise choice extremely fine and extremely rare £4,000-5,000

624 National Bank of Egypt, printers archival photograph for an obverse and reverse 5 pounds, ND (ca 19230, the National Bank building at centre, value low left and right and at each corner, reverse a tomb and pale trees, value at left and right (Pick 19 for type, Hanafy M3 for type), date on reverse ‘23/5/23’, the obverse design similar to the issue of 1924, the reverse identical, a fascinating research example (2) £250-350

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†627 National Bank of Egypt, printer’s archival specimen 5 pounds, 11 January 1945, serial number run M/97 000001 to M/97 100000, no signature, green, blackish purple and multicoloured, National Bank building at centre, reverse dark blue and red on green and orange underprint, palm trees and building at centre, value in guilloches at left and right, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 19cs, Hanafy M3s), slight mounting traces, ink date ‘24. 2. 44’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated, very scarce £350-450

†625 National Bank of Egypt, printer’s archival specimen 5 pounds (2), 6 January 1945, 8 January 1945, serial number runs M/93 000001 to M/93 100000 and M/94 000001 to M/94 100000 respectively, no signature, green, blackish purple and multicoloured, National Bank building at centre, reverse dark blue and red on green and orange underprint, palm trees and building at centre, value in guilloches at left and right, perforated SPECIMEN [Pick 19cs (2), Hanafy M3s (2)], ink dates ‘12. 7. 44’ and ‘24. 2. 44’ respectively and annotations in top margins, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated, very scarce (2) £700-900

†628 National Bank of Egypt, printer’s archival specimen 1 pound, 2 May 1935, serial number run J/22 000001 to J/22 1000000, signature Cook, blue, brown and multicoloured, Tutankhamen at right, value in each corner, reverse green, Mosque of alMansour Seif el-Dine Qalawan at centre, value in guilloche at left, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 22as, Hanafy M5s ), ink date ‘2. 5. 35’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise choice about uncirculated, very scarce £50-700

†626 National Bank of Egypt, printer’s archival specimen 5 pounds (2), 9 January 1945, 10 January 1945, serial number runs M/95 000001 to M/95 100000 and M/96 000001 to M/96 100000 respectively, no signature, green, blackish purple and multicoloured, National Bank building at centre, reverse dark blue and red on green and orange underprint, palm trees and building at centre, value in guilloches at left and right, perforated SPECIMEN [Pick 19cs (2), Hanafy M3s (2)], ink date ‘24. 2. 44’ and annotations in top margins, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated, very scarce (2) £700-900

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†629 National Bank of Egypt, printer’s archival specimen 50 piastres (2), 27 February 1948, 28 February 1948, serial number runs A/39 000001 to A/39 1000000 and A/40 000001 to A/40 1000000 respectively, signature Leith-Ross, green and multicoloured, King Cephren at left, value at right, reverse blue, crescent and stars at left, value in guilloche at right, perforated SPECIMEN [Pick 21ds (2), Hanafy M3s (2)], ink date ‘24. 2. 48’ and annotations in top margins, both otherwise fresh, good very fine and very scarce (2) £400-600

†630 National Bank of Egypt, specimen colour trial 50 piastres, ND (c.1952), zero serial numbers, no signature, purple on pale green and orange underprint, Tutankhamen at right, value in each corner, reverse purple, the building of Trajan at the Temple of Philae, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 29ct, Hanafy M4ct), uncirculated, rare £350-450

†631 National Bank of Egypt, specimen colour trial 1 pound, ND (c1952), zero serial numbers, no signature, brown and purple on multicoloured underprint, Tutankhamen at right, reverse brown, the Temple of Philae, overprinted SPECIMEN in black on obverse and reverse, two punch holes (Pick 30ct), choice about uncirculated to uncirculated, rare £400-500

†632 National Bank of Egypt, specimen colour trial 5 pounds, ND (1952-60), zero serial numbers, no signature, purple and green on orange underprint, Tutankhamen at upper right, the Mosque of Mohammad Ali at left, reverse brown, the god Nilos and his thirteen sons, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 31ct), uncirculated, rare £400-500

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x633 National Bank of Egypt, £5, 1951, serial number AB/59047745, blue, green, violet and brown, portrait King Farouk at right, citadel of Cairo at right, reverse green, allegorical scene (Pick 25), central fold, minor repair low centre, otherwise about extremely fine £100-200

637 Central Bank of Egypt, colour trial £10, ND (1964), zero serial numbers, multicoloured, Tutankhamen in violet guilloche at right, reverse green and pale orange, hole punched lower cente (Pick 41ct, Hanafy M6ct), red SPECIMEN overprint, slight mounting trace right margin, about uncirculated to uncirculated, rare £500-700

634 National Bank of Egypt, £5 (3), 1958, two of which have consecutive serial numbers, green on multicolour underprint, Tutankhamen facing at right, mosque at left, reverse olive green, allegorical scene at centre (Pick 31), crisp, fresh and all uncirculated (3) £100-150

†638 Central Bank of Egypt, specimen colour trial 10 pounds, 1964, zero serial numbers, signature Zendo, purple and green on multicoloured underprint, Tutankhamen at right, value in Arabic numerals, reverse green and orange, value set in guilloche and ornate geometric pattern, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 41ct), mounting traces, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated, rare £350-450

†635 National Bank of Egypt, specimen colour trial £100, ND (1952), serial number 345678, blue, purple and multicoloured, Tutankhamen at right, minaret of the Mosque of Qadi Yahya Zein al-Din at left, reverse olive-green on purple and yellow underprint, tomb of Sultan al-Ashraf Qaytbay at centre, value at left, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 34ct, Hanafy M5ct), choice about uncirculated to uncirculated and very rare £1,500-2,000 636 Central Bank of Egypt, £1 (8), a consecutive run of the 1967 issue comprising 21990/1/2/3/4/5/6/7, also two other examples, blue and pale pink, Tutankhamen at right, Abdel Hamid signature, also National Bank of Egypt, £10 (7), 1952 (1), 1958, (4), 1960 (2), red on multicolour (Pick 37, Hanafy M8, 32, Hanafy M5), first group, uncirculated, second group, grades range from fine to extremely fine (17) £150-200

x639 Central Bank of Egypt, specimen £10, ND (196165), perforated serial number 152, dark green and brown on multicolour, Tutankhamen’s mask at right, black stamp ANNNULE at left and CANCELLED at right (Pick 41s), in PMG holder number 64, choice uncirculated £600-800 135


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x640 Egyptian Government Currency note, 5 piastres, 1 June 1918, serial number F/6404095, lilac on green underprint, value in each corner, camel train low centre, reverse blue, sphinx at right and left (Pick 162), faint central fold, extremely fine to about uncirculated £200-300

x641 Egyptian Government Currency notes, 5 piastres (2), 1940, prefixes A/4 and M/3, brown and pale yellow (Pick 164), good extremely fine £140-180

642 Egyptian Government Currency note, a sheet of three ‘Printer’s essay’ 5 piastres, law of 1940, black and white, value low left and right (Pick 164pe), in PMG holder 45, ‘Choice extremely fine’, EPQ, rare £600-800

643 Egyptian Government Currency note, 10 piastres, law of 1940, serial number A/2 000009, pale green and blue, the Temple at Philae at centre, value top left and right, reverse pale green and pink, value low left and right (Pick 167b), uncirculated and rare £800-900

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x644 United Arab Republic Currency notes, 5 piastres (10), ND (1961), consecutive serial numbers 147211/220, purple and light green, Queen Nefertiti at right, reverse brown and pale orange (Pick 180), all uncirculated £150-200

648 Arab Republic of Egypt, a set of notes of the 1998 series and with serial number 00001/2/3/4/5 /6/7/8/9/10, orange, brown and white, sphinx and pyramids at right, reverse green and orange, the Mosque of Mohammed Ali at left (Pick 187, Hanafy M11), generally uncirculated and a very rare consecutive first ten number set (10) £150-250

645 United Arab Republic Currency note, 10 piastres (18), 1971, blue-grey and brown, Egyptians at right with flag with two stars, Hegazy (4), Ibrahim, El Nashar, Salah Hamed, Abou Ismail (2), Loutfy (4) including L/39 000001, Abdul Meguid (2) including Q/43 000001 and Salah Hamed (3) signatures, reverse pink and grey, value (Pick 177a, Hanafy M7), generally uncirculated and two rare number 1’s (18) £180-230

646 United Arab Republic Currency note, 10 piastres, 1958, serial number O/13 000001, blue-grey and brown, Egyptians at right with flag with hawk emblem, Salah Hamed signature (13) including Z/60 000001 and El Razaz signature (8) including H/73 000001/2, reverse pink and green, value (Pick 177a, Hanafy M7), generally uncirculated and two rare number 1’s (21) £180-230

649 Arab Republic of Egypt, 10 piastres (9), type of 1998, orange, brown and white, sphinx and pyramids at right, reverse green and orange, the Mosque of Mohammed Ali at left, also a miscut example and a note with no serial numbers or signatures together with 10 piastres (9) of the 1999 series, blue and multicoloured, Sphinx and pyramids at right, (Pick 187, 189, Hanafy M11,12), generally uncirculated (20), 2 of which are error notes £100-120

647 United Arab Republic Currency note, 10 piastres (12), 1961, blue-grey and brown, Egyptians at right with flag with two stars, El Bogdadhy (4), El Kaissouny (3) and Deif (5) signatures, one El Kaissouny serial number A/18 000001, one El Kaissouny with Minister of Treasury signature, one Bogdadhy with prefix B/16, five consecutive in two groups, reverse pink and green, value (Pick 181a,b,c,d, Hanafy M8), generally uncirculated and some scarce types and a number 1 (12) £180-280

x650 Arab Republic of Egypt, 5 piastres (3) and 10 paistres (3), ND, (1999), the serial number of each of the 5 piastres corresponds with each of the 10 piastres, all grey and multicoloured, the 5 featuring Queen Nefertiti at right (Pick 188, 189), all about uncirculated, an unusual group of serial numbers £100-150 137


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ESTONIA 651 Bank of Estonia, 5 krooni, 1929, 10 krooni (2), 1928, one specimen and one issued, 10 krooni, 1937, 20 krooni, 1932, 50 krooni, 1929 and 100 krooni, 1935, also Port Kunda cement works, Estonia, a set of five notes comprising 1, 3, 5, 10, 25 rubles, 20 August 1941, various colours, circular vignette of a moose head top centre, four manuscript signatures below, handstamp serial numbers, reverse one handstamp (Pick 62a, 63s1, a, 64a, 65a, 66a, Schwan-Boling 1101b, 1102b, 1103b, 1104a, 1105a), generally fine to very fine (12) £100-200

ETHIOPIA

x654 Bank of Ethiopia, 2 talers (2), 1 June 1933, blue and multicoloured, Emperor Haile Selassie and the Empress at centre, reverse blue and white (Pick 6), pinhole low left and right, extremely fine, attractive and scarce (2) £200-300 x655 National Bank of Ethiopia, $100 (4), ND (1966), all prefix C, violet and multicoloured, Emperor Haile Selassie at right, reverse violet and white, lion at centre (Pick 29a), good extremely fine (4) £180-240

EUROPEAN UNION †652 Bank of Ethiopia, printer’s archival specimen 5 Thalers, 1 May 1932, serial number run A/1 00001 to A/1 20000, brown-purple on pale green and orange underprint, greater kudu at centre, bank building at left, lion at right, reverse lilac, green and pale orange, value at centre, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 7s), mounting traces and paper residue, ink date ‘20. 2. 32.’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise original good fine to very fine and rare £120-180

x656 ERROR: European Union, error 5 euros, 2002, serial number X065988776987, grey and multicolour, miscut with large additional section top margin containing following serial number, also with triangular section missing top left, a most unusual error (Pick 1x), uncirculated £150-200

653 Bank of Ethiopia, 10 thalers, 29 April 1933, serial number B/2 18469, purple and green, leopard at centre, 50 thalers, 1 May 1932, dark blue on multicolour underprint, lion at centre, also National Bank of Ethiopia, $1 (3), green, 1 birr (5), light green, $10 (2), red, 10 birr (4), $50 (1), blue, 50 birr (2), blue on multicolour, $100 (1), blue and green, 100 birr (1), purple and multicolour, also State Bank of Ethiopia, $1, green and light brown, $5, orange and olive green, a mixture of grades from good to about very fine (23) £200-250

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x660 Government of the Falkland Islands, £5, 20 February 1951, serial number C 09681, red, pale blue and green, crowned head of George VI at left, value in red tablet at centre, value at right, at right centre, reverse red (Pick 6, GFI B11a), the paper retaining some strength, presentable fine and scarce £1,000-1,200

x657 Government of the Falkland Islands, 10 shillings, 10 February 1932, serial number CF 13177, grey and brown, Value in brown tablet at left centre, crowned head of George V at right, signature of Montagu Cecil Craigie-Halkett low centre (Pick 1, GFI B6c), VG to fine and rare £700-900

x661 Government of the Falkland Islands, 50 pence, 25 September 1969, prefix D, brown and grey, also £1, 1 January 1982, prefix F, green, lilac and blue, both Elizabeth II at right, Gleadell and Rowlands signatures respectively (Pick 10a,8d, GFI B15a,13d), uncirculated (2) £100-140

x658 Government of the Falkland Islands, 10 shillings, 19 May 1938, serial number C 60396, brown and pale grey, George VI at left, Stewart signature, reverse brown (Pick 4, GFI B9), uncirculated thus rare £300-400 x662 Government of the Falkland Islands, £5, 10 April 1960, serial number C 56521, green, red and pale blue, Elizabeth II at right, value in red tablet at centre, Gleadell signature, reverse red (Pick 9a, GFI B14a), uncirculated and scarce £250-300

x659 Government of the Falkland Islands, specimen £1, 19 May 1948, serial number E 00000, blue, green and lilac, George VI at left, reverse blue (Pick 5s, GFI B10s), ink date ‘6.5.42’ in top margin, perforated, extremely fine and rare £300-400 139


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663 Government of the Falkland Islands, £5 (3), 14 June 1983, 14 June 2005 (2), serial numbers A000124, B001253 and B012984 respectively, all Queen Elizabeth II at right, penguins at left and sea lions at far left, also 50 pence, 20 February 1974, serial number D61093, Queen Elizabeth II at right (Pick 10) (Pick 12, 17), first, a commemorative issue, low serial number, central fold, otherwise extremely fine or better, second, creasing, very fine, third, crisp, slight creasing, about extremely fine, fourth central fold, extremely fine £80-130

x666 Government of Fiji, 5 shillings (2), 1 October 1940, serial number B/3 31,093, signatures Robertson, Hayward, Ackland; 1 January 1942, serial number B/4 08,199, signatures Robertson, Hayward, Banting, both grey-blue, brown and yellow, portrait of King George VI at right, coat of arms at upper centre, value at lower centre and in each corner, reverse ornate geometric patterns (Pick 37c, 37e), the first pressed, otherwise good fine, the second nick in top margin, otherwise original very fine, scarce (2) £80-120

667 Government of Fiji, 5 shillings (2) 1 October 1940 and 1 January 1942, serial numbers B/2 190.272 and B/3 174,117 respectively, blue grey and brown, 10 shillings, 1 January 1941, serial number B/2 137,823, brown and blue, and £1, 1 January 1941, serial number B/3 02,606, green, pink and red, all George VI at right, arms top centre (Pick 37c, e, 38, 40a), varying grades from good to fine, scarce (3) £250-350 664 Government of the Falkland Islands, £1, 1 October 1984, serial number A001241, blue and multicolour, £10, 1 September 1986, serial number A000911, green and multicolour, £20, 1 October 1984, serial number A000173, brown and multicolour, all Queen Elizabeth II at right, penguins at left and sea lions far right (Pick 13, 14, 15), all crisp, fresh and about uncirculated to uncirculated £100-150

x668 Government of Fiji, 10 shillings, 1 July 1950, serial number B/461,237, brown and dark blue on pale blue, £1, 1 March 1938, serial number B/2 86957, green, pink and red, George VI at right, arms at top centre (Pick 38j, 39b), first, pressed, otherwise very fine, second, fine and a rare earlier date (2) £200-250

FIJI

†665 Govenment of Fiji, specimen 5 shillings, 1 October 1940, serial number B/2 180001-B/3 40000, bluegreen and brown, George VI at right, arms top centre, signatures of Robertson, Hayward and Ackland (Pick 37cs), ink date ‘17.10.40’ in top margin, good extremely fine and rare £350-450

x669 Government of Fiji, 10 shillings, 1 June 1951, serial number B/6 132,152, brown on light blue, King George VI at right, arms top centre, (Pick 38k), central fold, repair low centre, pinholes, very fine or better £100-150

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x672 Government of Fiji, 1 shilling, 1 January 1942, black on grey laid paper with rampant leopard watermark; 1 shilling, 1 September 1942, block letter ‘B’, black on yellow underprint, no watermark, both coat of arms at top centre, value in each corner (Pick 48b, 49b), the first slight staining, otherwise very fine, the second about extremely fine (2) £40-60

670 Government of Fiji, a sheet of six unissued 1/-, 1 January 1942, black text on grey white paper, arms top centre (Pick 48, Schwan-Boling 1372c), about extremely fine, scarce £200-300

671 Government of Fiji, specimen 1 shilling, 1 January 1942, serial number 00000, an issued example of the same date, both black text on grey paper, also 1 shilling, 1 September 1942, yellow paper, together with specimen 2 shillings, 1 January 1942, zero serial number and an issued example, 1 January 1942, serial number 93253, black text on pink, arms top centre (Pick 48a, s, 49a, 50s, 50a, Schwan-Boling 1372a, s1, 1374a, 1374bs, a), extremely fine to uncirculated, an interesting group (5) £200-250

673 Government of Fiji, one sheet containing 6 unissued 2 shillings, 1 January 1942, black text on pink paper, arms top centre (Pick 50, Schwan-Boling 1374c), good extremely fine, unusual and scarce £250-350

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x674 Government of Fiji, 10 shillings, 1 September 1964, serial number C/8 64730, brown on multicolour underprint, Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms top centre, reverse brown, value at each corner (Pick 52d), central fold, some creasing and slight corner folds, otherwise about uncirculated £100-150

x675 Government of Fiji, 5/-, 1961, serial number C/6 139097, dark blue, pink and turquoise, $20, 1971, and Central Monetary Authority, $20, ND (1974), both blue, all with Elizabeth II at right (Pick 51b, 69b, 75b), first good very fine, other two extremely fine (3) £220-260

x676 Government of Fiji, £10, 1 October 1960, serial number C/2 79262, signatures Bevington, Griffiths, Cruickshank, blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, coat of arms at upper centre, value at lower centre and in each corner, reverse ornate geometric patterns (Pick 55c), pressed, 5mm tear in top margin, otherwise very fine and very scarce £300-400

x677 Central Monetary Authority, Fiji, $10, ND (1974), serial number A/2 039600, signatures Barnes and Craik, purple and multicoloured; $20, ND (1974), serial number A/2 942001, signatures Barnes and Earland, blue on multicoloured underprint, both Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, coat of arms at upper centre, value at lower centre, top right and left, reverse ornate geometric patterns (Pick 74a, 75b), the first good fine, the second about uncirculated, very scarce (2) £250-350

x678 Central Monetary Authority, Fiji $20, ND (1980), serial number B/2 951001, signatures Barnes and Tomkins, blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at centre right, coat of arms at upper centre, domodomo at right, reverse bure kalou with thatched roof at centre left, domodomo at left (Pick 80a), about uncirculated, scarce £100-130

x679 Government of Fiji/Grand Pacific Hotel, $10 (2), ND (1980), violet and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, Barnes Tompkins signatures, also a sheet of four Grand Pacific Hotel 1 penny vouchers, black text on blue, ND (ca 1942) (Pick 79a, CMA B10, SchwanBoling 1451), uncirculated (6) £150-200

x680 Reserve Bank of Fiji, a block of 100 consecutive $1, ND (1993), serial number D 22120301/22120400, grey-green and pink, Elizabeth II at right, arms at centre, Kubuabola signature (Pick 89, RBF B1b), uncirculated (100) £150-200 WWW.SPINK.COM

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON x681 Reserve Bank of Fiji, a block of 50 consecutive $5, ND (1992), serial number A 115051-A115100, orange-brown and pink, Elizabeth II at right, arms at centre, Kubuabola signature (Pick 93, RBF B6a), uncirculated (50) £350-450 685 Allied Military Currency, France 500 francs, 1944, serial no. 03756312, blue and green, value in brown at centre and at left and right, reverse flag, (Pick 119, Fayette 21.1), uncirculated, rare £200-300

FRANCE

x682 Banque de France, 5000 francs, 19 October 1939, prefix B.404, purple, green and yellow-brown, woman facing right, wearing headdress of laurel leaves representing victory and holding winged statue at lower centre, grain stalks and sheaf at left and right, reverse orange-brown, blue and grey-green, similar image but facing left (Pick 97a), pressed, six pinholes, otherwise extremely fine, attractive £60-80

686 Fort de la Revere, near Monte Carlo, 1 franc, black text on blue card, signed by the British officer commanding the internees, also Prisoner of War currency, No.15 P.O.W. Coy, 5 francs, World War I, serial number X/18 845, red text on pale background very fine, rare £150-200

FRENCH EQUATORIAL AFRICA

†683 Tresor Central, France specimen 100 francs, Law of 2 October 1943, no serial numbers, blue on green and violet underprint, portrait of Marianne at centre, value at upper left and right, reverse anchor, barrel, bale and other implements (Pick 105s), printed letter ‘C’ at top right, ink date ‘14/12/43 and annotation in top margin, some surface dirt, otherwise about extremely fine and very scarce in this format £100-150 687 Afrique Francaise Libre, French Equatorial Africa, specimen 5 francs, prefix A/40 and specimen 25 francs, prefix F, local men at centre flag top right, value top left, also 5 and 25 francs, ND (1941), local man at centre, flag top right, value top left, (Pick 6, 7, Schwan-Boling 1171,1172), first and second, ink date ‘26.5.42’ and ‘10.5.43’ in top margin, fresh, good extremely fine and very rare, third and fourth, fine (2) £250-300

684 Allied Military Currency, France a quality selection comprising 2 francs (2) 5 francs (2), 10 francs, 50 francs (5), 100 francs (15) (Pick 114, 115, 116, 117, 118), varying grades from very fine to about uncirculated (25) £300-400

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688 Afrique Francais Libre, French Equatorial Africa, specimen 1000 francs, ND (1941), zero serial numbers, multicoloured, allegorical figures representing France, mother and child, flag top right, value top left, two printed signatures at left (Pick 9s, Schwan-Boling1174), perforated, bright and fresh, several creases otherwise extremely fine, attractive and very rare £750-950

689 Caisse Centrale de la France Libre, French Equatorial Africa, group of specimens comprising 5 francs, prefix AB, red, 10 francs, prefix FC, violet, 20 francs, prefix LA, green and 100 francs, prefix FC, green, all head of Marianne at centre (Pick 10, 11, 12, 13, Schwan-Boling 1181, 1182, 1183, 1184), SPECIMEN overprint on issued notes, probably an issue for French Equatorial Africa, perforated, pinholes on first three, extremely fine, last note perforated uncirculated, rare (4) £400-600

†690 Caisse Centrale de la France Libre, French Equitorial Africa, printer’s archival specimen 10 francs, Law of 2 December 1941, serial run FA 000,001 to FB 1,000,000, purple on light brown and light blue underprint, portrait of Marianne at centre, value at left and right, reverse extract from Penal Code in decorated oval, value on either side, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 11s), mounting traces, ink date ‘4. 2. 42’ and annotations in margins, otherwise about uncirculated and very scarce in this format £80-120

691 Caisse Centrale de la France Libre, French Equatorial Africa, a group of notes consisting of 10 francs, red prefix FC, violet and pale green-blue, head of Marianne at centre, Caisse Centrale de la France d’Outre-Mer, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, 5 francs, law of 1944, blue serial number AM 076891, red and lilac, head of Marianne at centre, Duval signature, Caisse Centrale de la France d’Outre-Mer, 5 francs, law of 1944, red prefix A with blue serial number 4,198,247 (Equatorial Africa), red and lilac, head of Marianne at centre, Postel-Vinay signature, an unissued 5 francs, law of 1944, no serial numbers, red and lilac, head of Marianne at centre, Postel-Vinay signature, 10 francs, 1944, violet prefix A, black serial number 1,482,973, violet and pale blue, head of Marianne at centre, Postel-Vinay signature and 20 francs, law of 1944, green prefix A, black serial number 3867119, green and blue, head of Marianne at centre, Postel-Vinay signature (Pick 12a, 15, a, b, c, 16c, 17d ), first, good very fine, second, very fine, third and fourth, extremely fine, fifth, good, sixth, very fine (6) £350-450

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†694 Caisse Centrale de la France d’Outre-Mer, French Equatorial Africa, obverse and reverse photographic style black and white proofs for 5 francs, 10 francs and 20 francs, Law of 2 February 1944, all signature A. Duval, all portrait of Marianne at centre, value at left and right, reverse extract from Penal Code in decorated oval, value on either side (Pick 15a, 16a, 17a for types), ink annotations ‘As submitted 13 .7. 44’ in top margins, part of margin missing from obverse of 20 francs, otherwise about uncirculated and sold with original envelope marked ‘Approved photo prints for new title and signatures’, very rare in this format (7) £100-120

692 Caisse Centrale de la France Libre, French Equatorial Africa, specimen 100 francs, ND (L 1941), red serial number PC 771,938, green and pale orange, head of Marianne at centre, also Caisse Centrale de la France Libre, Reunion, 100 francs, ND (1945), red serial number PE 759266, green and pale orange-yellow and lilac, head of Marianne at centre (Pick 13, 37c, Schwan-Boling 1184 variety, 1184), first, red SPECIMEN overprint, hole punched lower left and right, pinholed top left otherwise about extremely fine, scarce, second, tip of low left corner missing, otherwise extremely fine (2) £250-350

FRENCH GUYANA

693 Caisse Centrale de la France Libre, French Equatorial Africa, 1000 francs, ND (1941), red serial number TA 482045, blue and lilac and green, phoenix arising from the flames at centre, reverse blue, allegorical scenes of war and peace (Pick 14, SchwanBoling 1817 for similar), possibly Reunion or Saint Pierre and Miquelon, perforated, red SPECIMEN overprint, uncirculated, rare £600-800

695 Caisse Centrale de la France Libre, French Guyane, 1000 francs, ND (1946), red serial number TA 174576, blue, green and lilac, phoenix arising from the flames at centre, black handstamp GUYANE FRANCAISE across face, reverse blue, allegorical scene of war and peace (Pick 16A, Schwan-Boling 1242, Kolsky 217a), ANNULE handstamp at centre, about extremely fine, rare, Kolsky states only 11 examples believed extant £1,000-1,200

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FRENCH INDIA

FRENCH COLONIAL

696 Banque de l’Indochine, French India, specimen 50 rupees, ND (1936), no serial numbers nor signatures, multicoloured, ornamental medallic stove at left, ornate border with flowers, value at left, right and low centre, reverse bust of Dupleix at centre, medallic female head at low right, value at top centre (Pick 7s), perforated SPECIMEN, a wonderful note, uncirculated and rare £1,800-2,500

698 Banque de l’Afrique Occidentale, 25 francs (2), 1942, serial numbers 69743089 and 89526085, blue, red and brown, man and horse at centre, 100 francs, 14 December 1942, blue serial number T437-880, pink and black, Baobab tree at centre, and 5000 francs, 22 December 1950, serial number N 285-281, blue and multicoloured, allegorical figures at centre, France and colonies, flowers and fruit in field (Pick 27, 31a, 43), first, almost very fine, second about extremely fine, third, about uncirculated to uncirculated, fourth, extremely fine, a very pleasant group, (4) £400-500

FRENCH OCCUPIED TERRITORIES

697 Tresor Francais, Occupied Territories, 50 francs, ND (1947), serial number R.1 74013, blue and pink, 100 francs, ND (1947), serial number M.1 75534, brown and pale orange, 1000 francs, ND (1947), serial number B1-62471, blue-green and multicoloured, all Mercury left centre and maiden reclining on reverse (PM8, 9, 10, Schwan-Boling 833, 834, 835 Kolsky T23, T24, T25), first, folds and creasing, some discolouration, otherwise about fine, second, central fold, extremely fine or better, third, uncirculated, a superb group (3) £650-850

x699 Caisse Centrale de la France d’Outre-Mer/Banque de l’Afrique Occidentale, Saint-Pierre & Miquelon, 20 francs, ND (1950-60), serial number B.81 61806, and French West Africa, 5 francs, serial number O.30 35912 (Pick 24, 36), both in PMG holder number 64, choice uncirculated (2) £200-300

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x700 Banque de l’Afrique Occidentale, 5000 francs, 22 December 1950, serial number P.248 152, multicolour, three women representing Africa and France at centre, reverse man and woman at centre, De Coppet and Poilay signatures (Pick 43, Kolsky 204), in PMG holder number 62, uncirculated, a delightful note and exceptional in this grade £700-800

GERMANY

704 Reichsbanknote, Republic Treasury Notes, Germany, 100 millionen mark (2), 22 August 1923, uniface, black on blue green and olive underprint, (Pick 107), central folds, some creasing and slight discolouration, otherwise fine (2) £50-100

701 Reichsbanknote, 100 marks, 17 April 1903, serial number 3700475A, dark blue on blue and purple underprint, value at low left, also 100 marks, 1908 (3) and 100 marks, 1910 (36), and 50 marks, 1919 (Pick 22, 33, 34, 42, 66), the first good fine, scarce, 1910 100 marks range from good vey fine to about extremely fine, others mixed (41) £200-250

705 German occupied territories, World War II, 1, 2 (2) and 5 (2) reichsmark, 20 mark, 50 mark (2), purple, woman in headscarf at right, Rentenbank, Germany, 5 mark, 1926, red serial numbers, green, girl at right, also Reichsbanknote 50 mark, green, Hansemann at right and 100 mark, purple, Schinkel at right, both 1933, Reichsbanknote, 10 mark, 1929 (1945), dark green, Thaer at left, ornament watermark at left, also 20 mark, 1939, brown, woman at right and 5 mark, 1942, purple, man at right, and Nordhausen (Mittelbau), 1 reichspfennig (2), ND (1943-1945), grey and white, reverse text with serial number (Pick R136b, 137a, b, 138a, b, 139, R140, 169, 182b, 184, 180b, 185, 186a), good very fine to about uncirculated (16) £250-350

702 Reichsbanknote, a sizeable group of notes comprising, 100 marks, 7 February 1908, 1000 marks (4), 21 April 1910 (2 red serial numbers and 2 green serial numbers), 100 marks, 21 April 1910, 20 marks (4), 5 August 1914, 5 marks (7), 1 August 1917, 20 marks (9), 20 February 1918, 50 marks, 24 June 1919, (Pick 34, 45a, b, 43, 48a, b, 56, 57, 66), various grades ranging from good to very fine £200-300 x703 Bielefeld, Germany, 25 marks silk notes (2), 50 marks, 100 marks, Heiffiiche 2 million marks (3), 1923, Stadt Freital 100 million marks, 1923 (2), also Lautawerk 100 mark 1922, Osterwwieck 1 gold mark, 1923, 50 million mark leather note in black and gold, Reichsbanknote, 1000 mark (11), 100000 mark, 1923, 500000 mark, 1923 and a German Democratic Republic 100 mark, 1948, blue and green (Notgeld not listed in Pick, Pick 44b, 83a, 88b, 15), last damaged, fine, balance extremely fine (26) £200-250

706 Germany, a large group of notes including Notgeld and other miscellany, many of which have superb and fantastical depictions and there is also an unusual circular note, varying grades but mostly fine or better £100-130

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WORLD BANKNOTES 710 Government of Gibraltar, Franklin Mint specimen set comprising £1, red, £5, green, £10, blue, £20 yellow-ochre, 20 November 1975, Maltese Cross serial number 005826 with envelope and certificate of authenticity, all Queen Elizabeth II at centre right, reverses various Gibraltarian scenes (Pick CS1), uncirculated (4) £80-100

GREECE/IONIAN BANK

707 Norddeutsche Lloyd Bremen, 1 mark, serial number A4601, orange-brown and 2 mark, serial number A 1534, green, both on card, 1914, both with red overprint and handstamp good extremely fine, scarce (2) £50-80

GHANA

711 Ionian Bank, proof 10 shillings on card, Cephalonia, 184-, black and white, arms and Union Jack and Greek flags top centre, value in oval top left and right, text in Greek at left, in English at right, (Pick S110 for type), a Perkins, Bacon and Petch engraving, extremely fine, rare £1,200-1,800 †708 Bank of Ghana, specimen £1000, 1 July 1958, serial number A/1 000000, black, Bank of Ghana building at lower right, Ghana star at top right, value at lower left, reverse denomination and ornate geometric patterns, overprinted SPECIMEN in red with two De La Rue specimen ovals on obverse and reverse (Pick 4s), mounting marks and glue traces, otherwise good extremely fine and much scarcer than the issued note £150-200

GIBRALTAR 709 Government of Gibraltar, £1, 1 May 1965, serial number G274001, green on multicolour underprint, Rock of Gibraltar at low centre, value at top centre and each corner, reverse green arms and values (Pick 18a), fresh and original, about uncirculated £80-130

712 Ionian Bank, proof £2 on card, Cephalonia, 184-, black and white, arms and Union Jack and Greek flags top centre, value in oval top left and right, text in Greek at left, in English at right, (Pick S112 for type), scuffed in places, this good very, fine, a Perkins, Bacon and Petch engraving £800-1,200

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713 Ionian Bank, proof £5 on card, Corfu, 186-, black and white, arms and Union Jack and Greek flags top centre, value in oval top left and right, text in Greek at left, in English at right, reverse, black and white, value and bank title (Pick S123 for type) a Perkins, Bacon and Petch engraving, extremely fine, rare £1,500-2,000

714 Ionian Bank, proof £5 on card, Corfu, 186-, black and white, arms and Union Jack and Greek flags top centre, value in oval top left and right, text in Greek at left, in English at right, also a reverse card, black and white, bank title and value (Pick S123), a Perkins, Bacon and Petch engraving, good very fine, rare £900-1,100

715 Ionian Bank, proof £1 on card, Zante, 184-, black and white, arms and Union Jack and Greek flags top centre, value in oval top left and right, text in Greek at left, in English at right (Pick S131 for type), a Perkins, Bacon and Petch engraving, extremely fine, rare £1,200-1,800

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716 Ionian Bank, proof £2 on card, Zante, 184-, black and white, arms and Union Jack and Greek flags top centre, value in oval top left and right, text in Greek at left, in English at right (Pick S132 for type), a Perkins, Bacon and Petch engraving, extremely fine, rare £1,200-1,800

717 Ionian Bank, proof 5 colonata on card, Zakynthos, 18— (ca 1844), black and white, arms and Union Jack and Greek flags top centre, value in oval top left and right, text in Greek at left, reverse black and white, value and bank title (Pick s135 for type), a Perkins, Bacon and Petch engraving, extremely fine, rare £1,400-1,800

718 Ionian Bank, proof 100 colonata, no place name, 18—, black and white, arms and Union Jack and Greek flags top centre, value in oval top left and right, text in Greek at left, reverse black and white, value and bank title (Pick S139 for type), a Perkins, Bacon and Petch engraving, extremely fine, rare £1,200-1,600

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON †719 Bank of Greece, progressive proof for watermark position of 500 drachmai, ND (1939), pink, blue and orange underprint only with ovals for portrait at left and watermark area at right, reverse green, olive and orange underprint only with square for watermark at left and oval for portrait at upper right, one punch hole; also original B. W. & Co brown envelope, endorsed with description of contents and typed date 21. 3. 39 (Pick 109 proof), paper clip indentations at upper left and lower right, otherwise about uncirculated and very rare (2) £60-90

GUYANE

GUADELOUPE

722 Banque de la Guyane, 1 franc, ND (1942), red and white, value at centre, reverse red and white, and Banque de la Guyane, 2 francs, ND (1942), blue and white, value at centre, Halleguen signature, reverse blue and white, both with oval bankstamp from le Banque de la Guyane, Cayenne low right (Pick 11, 11Cb, Schwan-Boling 1231, 1234a, Kolsky 238, 241), very good, scarce £200-300

HONG KONG 720 Banque de la Guadeloupe, 5 francs, ND (1945), serial number P22-020, black and orange, Columbus at centre, Boudin signature, reverse maroon, value, 25 francs, ND (1944), serial number T2-836, black and green, map of Guadeloupe at left, Devineau signature, reverse blue, maiden (Pick 21b, 22a Kolsky 115b, 116a), original very fine, scarce, £200-300

723 Standard Chartered Bank, Hong Kong, specimen $100, 1 January 1985, serial number A 000000, red and multicoloured, stylised horse at right (Pick 281as), creased, extremely fine £150-200

721 Caisse Centrale de la France d’Outre-Mer, 20 francs, 1944, red serial number LN284,104, specimen 20 francs, 1944, red serial number LL 000000, green, pale red and blue, 100 francs, 1944, red serial number PP699,724, green, orange and red, all head of Marianne at centre and red GUADELOUPE at left and right (Pick 28a, 28s, 29a Kolsky SP125, 125-1, 126), first, about extremely fine, scarce, second, perforated, red SPECIMEN overprint, small nick at left otherwise uncirculated, scarce, third, about extremely fine, rare £350-450

724 Standard Chartered Bank, Hong Kong, specimen $1000, 1 January 1985, serial number A 000000, gold and multicoloured, dragon at right (Pick 283as), creased, almost extremely fine £300-400 151


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HONDURAS

x725 Banco Central de Honduras, a group of specimens comprising 5 lempiras, 1974-78, 10 lempiras, 197689, 20 lempiras (2), 1978-93, 50 lempiras, 1976-93 and 100 lempiras, 1981-94, all with various SPECIMEN overprints, some with annotations and cancellation holes, also an issued 20 lempiras, 1991 and 20 lempiras 1993 (Pick 59s, 64s, 65s, 65, 66s, 69s, 73), about uncirculated or better (8) £150-200

†727 Central Bank of Iceland, specimen colour trial 500 kronur, Law of 29 March 1961, serial number F000000, signatures Nordal and Kiemenzson, purple on pink and pale green underprint, Hannes Hafstein at left, reverse fishermen in trawler, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, two punch holes (Pick 45ct), mounting traces, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated, very scarce £120-160

INDIA ICELAND

†726 Central Bank of Iceland, specimen colour trial 10 kronur, Law of 29 March 1961, serial number BA000000, signatures Mariasson and Nordal, blue on green and orange underprint, Jon Eriksson at left, reverse blue, ships in Reykjavik harbour; also specimen colour trial 25 kronur, Law of 29 March 1961, serial number CA000000, signatures Mariasson and Nordal, green and multicoloured, Magnus Stephensen at left, Isafjord at centre, reverse blue-green, view of Westmen Islands, both overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, two punch holes (Pick 42ct, 43ct), mounting traces, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated, very scarce (2) £180-240

728 Government of India, 1 rupees, 1917, serial number P/51 864741, black on pink underprint, George V coin at top left, McWatters signature (Pick 1e, RazackJhunjhunwalla 3.1.2A), original good very fine to about extremely fine £180-220

x729 Government of India, 5 rupees, ND (1925), serial number L/45 277033, signature H. Denning, purple, pale green and orange, King George V at upper right, reverse eight language panel at left, value at upper right (Pick 4a, Razack-Jhunjhunwalla 3.4.1B), pin hole in left margin, spindle hole at upper left, otherwise extremely fine to good extremely fine, scarce £350-450 WWW.SPINK.COM

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733 Reserve Bank of India, 10 rupees (2), ND (1937), serial numbers A/90 295660-61, dark blue and olive green, George VI at right, Taylor signature, reverse arms at centre (Pick 18a), lovely original paper, each note has one horizontal light crease, thus good extremely fine, and an attractive pair (2) £200-300

x730 Government of India, 10 rupees, ND (1917-30), serial number K/7 018886, dark blue on purple and green underprint, George V at right, Taylor signature, also Grand Oriental Hotel, Colombo, Ceylon, 10 cents (Pick 7b, Razack-Jhunjhunwalla 3.7.2, unlisted), first, faint text in watermark, pressed but a presentable very fine, second, section missing centre left margin, vertical and horizontal folds, dints lower margin, rust spots £250-300

x734 Reserve Bank of India, 1000 rupees, Bombay ND (1937), serial number A3 771067, lilac, violet and green, portrait George V at right, Taylor signature, reverse mountain scene at centre, several black overstamps centre left “B-CA” with different dates (Pick 21, Razack-Jhunjhunwalla 4.8.1A), horizontal and vertical folds, slight corner folds, some leaking on obverse from ink stamps, nevertheless very fine or better £1,000-1,300

731 Government of India, 100 rupees, Calcutta, ND (1917-30), serial number T/10 279221, mauve and green, George V at top right, value at centre, top right and low left, Taylor signature (Pick 10g, RazackJhunjhunwalla 3.10.2f), rust mark at left, original good fine, scarce £450-550

735 Government of India, 1 rupee (8), 1940, black serial numbers B/18 760591-96 and X/65 685126-27, dark green on multicolour underprint, George VI on coin at top right, value at centre and top left and right (Pick 25a), superb paper quality, first six good extremely fine to about uncirculated, last two without the usual staple holes at left, about uncirculated (8) £100-150 736 Reserve Bank of India, 100 rupees (16), ND (197782), several runs of serial numbers, blue on multicoloured underprint, Asoka Column at right, A in underprint (Pick 64d), lovely and fresh, extremely fine to about uncirculated (16) £200-250

732 Reserve Bank of India, 2 rupees and 10 rupees, ND (1937), serial numbers F/60 56835 and E/5 218881, first pink on multicolour underprint, Deshmukh signature, second dark blue and olive, Taylor signature, both with George VI at right (Pick 17b, 18a), both original almost extremely fine (2) £100-150 153


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WORLD BANKNOTES 737 Reserve Bank of India, 100 rupees (21), ND (197782), several runs of serial numbers, blue on multicoloured underprint, Asoka Column at right, A in underprint (Pick 64d), lovely and fresh, extremely fine to about uncirculated (21) £250-300

738 ERROR: Reserve Bank of India, three spectacular printing/cutting notesincluding, 100 rupees, 1996, with shark fin and entire right half missing, colour bars in top margin, and 500 rupees (2), 2006-, a consecutive numbered pair with extra paper at low right and top right missing, (Pick 91, 99), good very fine to about extremely fine, an interesting little group (3) £100-150

741 ERROR: Reserve Bank of India, 1000 rupees (10), 2009, all with mismatched serial numbers in sequence, multicoloured, Gandhi at right (Pick 100d), cash machine flicks at top centre, otherwise about uncirculated (10) £150-200

742 ERROR: Reserve Bank of India, a group of notes with various errors including, 10 rupees (4), ND (1996), two with mismatched serial numbers, two with serial numbers printed in the wrong place, 100 rupees, 2005, mismatched serial numbers, and 500 rupees, 1997 and 2006, both with inverted and misaligned watermarks, the 100 rupees cleaned, fine, others very fine to extremely fine (7) £100-150 743 Reserve Bank of India, a sizable group of 1970s-80s issues (65), generally consecutive number runs, considerable face value, most about uncirculated or better (65) £300-400

IRAN

739 ERROR: Reserve Bank of India, 10 rupees, ND (1996), serial number 63T 1991973, orange and mauve, Gandhi at right (Pick 89b), extra digit in serial number, uncirculated and a rare error £80-120

740 ERROR: Reserve Bank of India, 1000 rupees (2), 2009, serial numbers 9FL 105621 and 9FL 105624, both with spectacular printing errors on reverse, with portions of the obverse inverted and printed on the reverse in addition to the reverse printing (Pick 100d), good extremely fine (2) £120-160

744 Bank Melli Iran, 500 rials, AH 1319 (1937), red serial number C 203554, blue and multicoloured, Shah Reza at right, arms at centre, Imperial guardsman at left and right, reverse blue, the grave of Cyrus the Great at centre, Persian text (Pick 37a), pressed, about very fine and scarce £200-250

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†748 Bank Markazi Iran, specimen colour trial 5000 rials, ND (1971), zero serial numbers, signature 12, dark brown on multicoloured underprint, Shah Pahlavi Type VII portrait in army uniform at right, reverse the Golestan Palace, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse, one punch hole (Pick 95act), mounting traces, otherwise uncirculated and rare £300-400

x745 Bank Melli Iran, a group of the 1954 issue comprising 10 rials, dark blue on pink, green and multicolour underprint, 20 rials, dark brown on light orange and multicolour underprint, 50 rials, green on purple and multicolour underprint, and 100 rials, burgundy on pale green and multicolour underprint, all portrait Shah Pahlavi in army uniform at right (Pick 64, 65, 66, 67), all uncirculated, retaining vibrant colour, a very pleasing group £150-200

x749 Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 20000 riyals (10), 2005, consecutive serial numbers, blue and green, Iman Khomeini at right, reverse Khomeini Square (Pick 148), uncirculated (10) £80-130 x750 Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 20000 riyals (10), 2005, consecutive serial numbers, blue and green, Iman Khomeini at right, reverse Khomeini Square (Pick 148), uncirculated (10) £80-130

†746 Bank Markazi Iran, specimen colour trial 100 rials, ND (1971), zero serial numbers, signature 12, green on multicoloured underprint, Shah Pahlavi Type VII portrait in army uniform at right, reverse Abadan oil refinery; also specimen 200 rials, ND (1971), zero serial numbers, signature 12, deep blue on multicoloured underprint, Shah Pahlavi Type VII portrait in army uniform at right, reverse railway viaduct, both overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse, one punch hole (Pick 86bct, 87bs), mounting traces, otherwise uncirculated, the colour trial very scarce (2) £150-200

x751 Central Bank of the Republic of Iran, leather presentation album containing, 100 rials, 2000 rials, 5000 rials, 10000 rials, 20000 rials, 50000 rials and 100000 rials, also Bank Markazi Iran, 200 rials, 500 rials, 1000 rials, uncirculated, a superbly fresh and colourful group £150-200

x747 Bank Markazi Iran, a selection comprising 50 rials (5), 1954-1956, green, 200 rials, 100 rials (2), 200 rials, 100 rials (3), all Shah Pahlavi portrait (Pick 66, 73b, 76, 79a, b, 87a, 91b, 92c, 108, 135), uncirculated (12) £80-120

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IRAQ

x752 Government of Iraq, quarter dinar, ND (1942), serial number K572,683, green and light brown, portrait King Faisal II as a child at right, reverse, green (Pick 16, Linzmayer GOI B18a), pinholes top left, otherwise extremely fine or better £200-300

x753 National Bank of Iraq, one dinar, ND (1953), serial number F/1 785504, blue on multicolour underprint, portrait King Faisal II at right, reverse, blue, equestrian statue of King Faisal I at centre (Pick 34, Linzmayer NBI B8a), about uncirculated to uncirculated, a superb example, rare in this grade £250-350

†754 National Bank of Iraq, printer’s archival specimen 10 dinars, Law of 1947 (1953), serial number run B 600001 to B 800000, purple on multicoloured underprint, portrait of young King Faisal II at right, reverse winged bull statue from Palace of Khorsabad and Assyrian priest at centre, denomination in ornate pattern at left, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 36s, Linzmayer NBI B10s), mounting traces, ink dates ‘3/ 10/ 51’ and ‘25/ 9/ 52’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise very fine, extremely rare £2,500-3,500

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†757 National Bank of Iraq, specimen 12⁄ dinar, Law of 1947 (1955), no serial numbers, brown on multicoloured underprint, portrait of adolescent King Faisal II at right, reverse spiral minaret and ruins of Great Mosque, Samarra at centre, denomination in ornate pattern at left, watermark small head, overprinted SPECIMEN in red once in Arabic on obverse and twice in English on reverse, perforated 000, two punch holes (Pick 38bs), mounting traces, ink date ‘22/ 3/ 56’ annotations and ‘old watermark’ in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine, rare £450-650

†755 National Bank of Iraq, specimen 14⁄ dinar, Law of 1947 (1955), no serial numbers, green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of adolescent King Faisal II at right, reverse palm trees at centre, denomination in decorated circle at left, overprinted SPECIMEN in red once in Arabic on obverse and twice in English on reverse, perforated 000, two punch holes (Pick 37s), mounting traces, ink date ‘22/ 3/ 56’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine, rare £300-400

†756 National Bank of Iraq, printer’s archival specimen 1 4 ⁄ dinar, Law of 1947 (1955), serial run U 000001 to B/1 1000000, green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of adolescent King Faisal II at right, reverse palm trees at centre, denomination in decorated circle at left, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 37s), mounting traces, ink date ‘20/ 7/ 55’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine and a most unusual combination of a single letter prefix with a fractional one, rare £400-600

†758 National Bank of Iraq, specimen 1 dinar, Law of 1947 (1955), no serial numbers, blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of adolescent King Faisal II at right, reverse equestrian statue of King Faisal I at centre, denomination in ornate pattern at left, watermark large head, overprinted SPECIMEN in red once in Arabic on obverse and twice in English on reverse, perforated 000, two punch holes (Pick 39as), mounting traces, ink date ‘6/ 4/ 56’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine, rare £500-600

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†759 National Bank of Iraq, printer’s archival specimen 1 dinar, Law of 1947 (1955), serial number run S/1 000001 to A/2 1000000, blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of adolescent King Faisal II at right, reverse equestrian statue of King Faisal I at centre, denomination in ornate pattern at left, watermark large head, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 39as), mounting traces, ink date ‘26/ 6/ 57’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise about extremely fine, rare £450-650

†760 National Bank of Iraq, specimen 1 dinar, Law of 1947 (1955), no serial numbers, blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of adolescent King Faisal II at right, reverse equestrian statue of King Faisal I at centre, denomination in ornate pattern at left, watermark small head, overprinted SPECIMEN in red once in Arabic on obverse and twice in English on reverse, perforated 000, two punch holes (Pick 39bs), mounting traces, ink date ‘22/ 3/ 56’ annotations and ‘old watermark’ in top margin, otherwise extremely fine, rare £450-650

†761 National Bank of Iraq, specimen 5 dinars, Law of 1947 (1955), no serial numbers, red on multicoloured underprint, portrait of adolescent King Faisal II at right, reverse diorite stele carving of King Hammurabi receiving laws from Shamash the Sun God at centre, denomination in ornate pattern at left, watermark large head, overprinted SPECIMEN in black once in Arabic on obverse and twice in English on reverse, perforated 000, two punch holes (Pick 40as), mounting traces, ink date ‘22/ 3/ 56’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise extremely fine, rare £1,200-1,600

†762 National Bank of Iraq, printer’s archival specimen 5 dinars, Law of 1947 (1955), serial number run F 200001 to H 200000, red on multicoloured underprint, portrait of adolescent King Faisal II at right, reverse diorite stele carving of King Hammurabi receiving laws from Shamash the Sun God at centre, denomination in ornate pattern at left, watermark large head, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 40as), mounting traces, ink date ‘20/ 7/ 55’ and annotations in reverse top margin, otherwise good very fine, rare £1,000-1,500

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†763 Central Bank of Iraq, specimen 1 dinar, Law of 1947 (1959), no serial numbers, blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of King Faisal II as a young man at right, reverse equestrian statue of King Faisal I at centre, denomination in ornate pattern at left, overprinted SPECIMEN in red once in Arabic on obverse and twice in English on reverse, perforated 000, two punch holes (Pick 48s), mounting traces, ink date ‘15/ 4/ 57’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise about extremely fine, rare £450-550

†765 Central Bank of Iraq, specimen 10 dinars, Law of 1947 (1959), no serial numbers, purple on multicoloured underprint, portrait of King Faisal II as a young man at right, reverse winged bull statue from Palace of Khorsabad and Assyrian priest at centre, denomination in ornate pattern at left, overprinted SPECIMEN in red once in Arabic on obverse and twice in English on reverse, perforated 000, two punch holes (Pick 50s), mounting traces, ink date ‘15/ 4/ 57’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise good very fine to extremely fine, very rare £1,000-1,500

†764 Central Bank of Iraq, printer’s archival specimen 1 dinar, Law of 1947 (1959), serial number run 1/A 000001 to 1/Q 1000000, blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of King Faisal II as a young man at right, reverse equestrian statue of King Faisal I at centre, denomination in ornate pattern at left (Pick 48s), mounting traces, ink dates ‘5/ 2/ 57’ and ‘15/ 5/ 59’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine, rare £500-700

†766 Central Bank of Iraq, printer’s archival specimen 10 dinars, Law of 1947 (1959), serial number run 1/A 000001 to 1/C 900000, purple on multicoloured underprint, portrait of King Faisal II as a young man at right, reverse winged bull statue from Palace of Khorsabad and Assyrian priest at centre, denomination in ornate pattern at left, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 50s), mounting traces, ink date ‘5/ 12/ 57’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise extremely fine, very rare £1,200-1,600

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†769 Central Bank of Iraq, an obverse composite essay on card for a 1 dinar, ND (ca1965), red, blue and green on multicoloured underprint, 1965 version of coat of arms, without motto, in circle at upper right, value in guilloches at lower left and top right (Pick unrecorded), a fascinating essay for a series that was never issued, unique £500-700

767 Central Bank of Iraq, an obverse and reverse printers archival photograph for a 14⁄ dinar, ship and factory, also 1 2 ⁄ dinar, cement factory, both ND (ca 1971), both serial number 123456 (Pick 56, 57 for adopted notes), (4) £200-300

†770 Central Bank of Iraq, an obverse composite essay on card for a 1 dinar, ND (ca1965), brown and green on red and pale green underprint, 1965 version of coat of arms, with motto, in ornate frame at right, value in guilloches at lower left and right (Pick unrecorded), a fascinating essay for a series that was never issued, unique £600-800 x768 Central Bank of Iraq, a selection comprising 10 dinars, 1958, purple, signature 2 (Pick 55), 1 dinar, ND (1973), (Pick 63b), 25 dinars (2), 1978/1980, green, horses (Pick 66a,66b), 10 dinars, ND (1980), (Pick 71), and 25000 dinars, ND (2003), red (Pick 96), uncirculated (6) £140-180

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†773 Central Bank of Iraq, an obverse composite essay on card for a 1⁄2 dinar, ND (ca1971), brown and multicoloured, cement factory at centre, value at upper and lower left and in larger format at lower right, linear pattern at right (Pick 57 for type), about uncirculated, unique £600-800 771 Central Bank of Iraq, a printers obverse and reverse archival photograph for a 5 dinar, ND (ca 1965), serial number 123456, ornate background detail, value at left and right, the arms of Iraq at right comprising flag and the ‘eagle of Saladin’, below in scroll is the text ‘alJumhuriya al-Iraquiya’, reverse Hammurabi and the scroll of Law (as per the issue of 1950 and subsequent) (Pick unrecorded design), there are no issues of Iraq with the eagle of Saladin arms, an important research example (2) £400-500

†774 Central Bank of Iraq, an obverse composite essay on card for a 5 dinars, ND (ca1971), blue and purple, parliament building at centre, ornately decorated archway at left incorporating value at top left and right, also value at upper and lower right (Pick unrecorded - somewhat similar to Pick 59), about uncirculated, unique £600-800

x775 Central Bank of Iraq, 100 dinars (17), 1991, green and pale pink, Saddam Hussein at right, reverse victory arch of crossed swords, 16 of these notes have consecutive serial numbers (Pick 76), uncirculated £150-200

x776 Central Bank of Iraq, 5 dinars (2), 1992, consecutive serial numbers, pink on multicolour underprint, Saddam Hussein at right, temple at centre, reverse, tomb of the unknown soldier, also, 100 dinars (19), 2002, blue and multicolour, several of these notes have matching serial numbers (Pick 80, 87), uncirculated (21) £150-200

772 Central Bank of Iraq, a printers obverse and reverse archival photograph for a 10 dinar, ND (ca 1970), serial number 123456, a view of the Dockdan dam at centre (a different perspective from the dam on the issue of 1971), reverse a winged Assyrian ox and priest (as on the issue of 1971) (Pick unrecorded design, 60 for similar), (2) £250-350 161


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WORLD BANKNOTES x777 Central Bank of Iraq, 10000 dinars (9), 2002, mauve and yellow, tomb of the unknown soldier at centre, Saddam Hussein at right, reverse, AlMuatansiriyah University in Baghdad (Pick 89), uncirculated, five of the notes without security thread and four with (9) £80-130

x778 Central Bank of Iraq, a mixed group comprising 50 dinars (2), 250 dinars (10), 10000 (8), includes some unusual errors, mostly uncirculated, an interesting group £100-150

ITALY

x780 Banca d’Italia, 50 lire, 24 January 1942, serial number P764 6197, Azzolini and Urbini signatures, blue violet on multicolour underprint, reverse she wolf with Romulus and Remus left centre (Pick 57), slight creasing, otherwise extremely fine or better, the scarcer date, very desirable £200-240 781 Allied Military Currency, Italy, 5 lire (3), 10 lire (3), 50 lire (2) and 100 lire, all series of 1943A, also 50 centesimi, 1, 2, 5 and 10 lire, Campo No. 33, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 lire, all black text on card (Pick M 18a, b, 19a, b, 10a, b, 21c), varying grades from extremely fine to about very good (19) £150-200 782 Allied Military Currency, Italy, 100 lire (3) series of 1943A, pale blue and lilac, red prefixes A-A, A-B, AC, 1000 lire, 1943A, red serial number A42237814A, pale blue, and contemporary forgeries of 500 lire and 1000 lire (2), series of 1943A, (Pick M 21a, b, c, 23a), mixed grades ranging from good to extremely fine, unusual, scarce (7) £200-300

779 Banco di Napoli, Italy, a printers obverse and reverse archival photograph for a 100 lire, decree of 1896, serial number MR 03674, allegorial male figure at left with arms, hammer and anvil (Hephaestion), laureate head of Italia low centre, value at centre and at each corner, reverse turreted female bust at centre, value at right and seal with text ‘DECRETO MINISTERIALE DEL 30 LUGLIO 1896’ (Pick S unrecorded, Crapanzano-Giulianini unrecorded), very unusual and an unrecorded and unadopted design (2) £200-300

783 Allied Military Currency, Italy, 500 lire, 1943a, red serial number A14813710A, pale blue and green (Pick M 22a, Gavello 270), about extremely fine, scarce, £180-230 x784 Italy, Dago Village social club, 350th Air Service squadron, blue booklets (2) containing chits for 1 lire (10), 2 lira (25), 5 lira (36), 25 lira (5) very fine and unusual (2) £30-50

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ITALIAN SOMALILAND

788 Bank of Jamaica, 5/-, red, ND (1961) and 10/- (2), violet, ND (1964), Elizabeth II at left, arms low centre, Payton signature, £1, ND (1964), green, 50 cents, NMD (1970), red on multicolour, $2, ND (1970), green on multicolour and $1, ND (1976), violet on multicolour (Pick 49, 51B, 51C, 53, 55, 59), all about uncirculated to uncirculated (6), a bright and vibrant group £200-300

785 Banca d’Italia, Italian Somaliland, 1 rupia, 1920, serial number B3 0723, black, white and pale pink-red, value at centre and at left, Stringher and Sachi signatures, reverse brown, Arabic text (Pick 2, BISI B1a, Gavello 69), a solid and original good fine and rare £600-800

x789 Bank of Jamaica, £1 (2), Law of 1960 (1964), serial number DM214429, signature R. T. P. Hall as Acting Governor, and serial number FV930041, signature G. A. Brown, both green on multicoloured underprint, Queen Elizabeth II at left, coat of arms at lower centre, reverse tractor harvesting grain (Pick 51Cc, 51Ce), the first pressed, stain at top left, otherwise extremely fine, the second fresh, about extremely fine (2) £80-120

JAMAICA

786 Government of Jamaica, 5 shillings, 1940, serial number C/62 45589, orange-brown, 10 shillings (2), 1 November 1940, serial numbers C/10 54884 and C/40 40305, blue, £1, 1942, serial number A/27 91209, green and pink, all George VI at left, value at right (Pick 37a, 38b, 41a), generally original good very fine or better (4) £150-200 x790 Bank of Jamaica, £1 (2), Law of 1960 (1964), Gothic serial number AS 278281 and Roman serial number CG 144601, both Payton signature, green on multicoloured underprint, Queen Elizabeth II at left, arms at lower centre, reverse tractor harvesting, also £1, ND (1961), serial number EE993038 (Pick 51Ca, 51Cb), first and second pressed, otherwise good extremely fine, third, some discolouration top centre and left, otherwise extremely fine (2) £120-160 x787 Government of Jamaica, 10 shillings, 30 November 1942, serial number C/44 35984, blue, George VI at left, value at right, reverse blue and pink and pale orange, arms top centre, value at left and right (Pick 38c, GOJ B7d), central fold otherwise a solid and fresh example, almost extremely fine and scarce £300-500 163


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JAPAN/OCEANIA x791 Japanese Government, Oceania, a selection comprising 12⁄ shilling, purple (2), 1/- blue (2), £1, green (2) value at left and low centre, palms and coastline at right, all red OC except the $1 which has red OA overprint (Linzmayer JG B1b, 2a, 4a, Pick 1, 2, 4), extremely fine (6) £150-200 792 Allied Military Currency, Japan, a group of notes consisting of 10 sen, 50 sen, 1 yen, 5 yen (2), 10 yen, 20 (2) yen, and 1000 yen all ND (1945), an unusual and collectable group (Pick 62, 64, 66, 68, 78, 70, 72, 76a), varying grades from good to very fine, scarce (9) £350-450

JORDAN

x793 The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, 1 dinar, ND (1952), red serial number B/J688086, green and black, King Hussein at right, reverse green, ruins at centre (Pick 6c), some creasing and folds, discolouration, very fine or better £100-150

x795 Keeling-Cocos Islands, 14⁄ rupee, 24 July 1888, red text on sheepskin (vellum), manuscript date, serial numbers and signatures (Pick S102), extremely fine and rare £500-600

x796 Keeling-Cocos Islands, 2 rupees, 24 July 1888, red text on sheepskin (vellum), manuscript date, serial numbers and signatures, embossed seal at centre (Pick S104), stained, good very fine and rare £500-700

KEELING-COCOS ISLANDS

x794 Keeling-Cocos Islands, 1 rupee, 1 August 1888, black text on sheepskin (vellum), manuscript date, serial numbers and signatures, embossed seal at centre (Pick S113), stained (as usual), good very fine and rare £600-800

x797 Keeling-Cocos Islands, 5 rupees, 12 January 1888, black text on sheepskin (vellum), manuscript date, serial numbers and signatures, embossed seal at centre (Pick S116), some foxing and stained, very fine and very rare £700-900

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x801 Central Bank of Kenya, 50 shillings (2), 1 July 1971, consecutive serial numbers A/8 123253/54, signature 3, dark brown on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Mzee Jomo Kenyatta at left, coat of arms at centre, reverse four workers picking cotton, Mount Kenya at upper right [Pick 9b (2)], uncirculated (2) £120-160

x798 Keeling-Cocos Islands, 14⁄ rupee, 26 September 1897, black text on sheepskin (vellum), manuscript date, serial numbers and signatures (Pick S117), fine and rare £250-350

KENYA 802 Central Bank of Kenya, 5 shillings (200), 10 shillings (100) and 20 shillings (100), all 1978, all with Kenyatta at left, value at top corners and low right (Pick 15, 16, 17, CBK B15, B16, B17), uncirculated (400) £1,000-1,500

803 Central Bank of Kenya, 100 shillings (5), 16 July 2010, all with ZZ replacement prefixes, dark purple and multicolour, Kenyatta at centre left, arms at top centre right, value at each corner (Pick 48, CBK B39g), four about uncirculated, one good fine (5) £100-150

799 Central Bank of Kenya, a set comprising 5 shillings, 1977, orange, 10 shillings, 1974, green, 20 shillings, 1973, blue, 50 shillings, 1971, black and 100 shillings, 1972, purple, all with Kenyatta at left, value at each corner (Pick 7e, 8d, 9b, 10c, 11d), light handling and occasional corner bends only, embossed serial numbers, original about uncirculated and scarce in this grade (5) £250-350

804 Central Bank of Kenya, a large group of notes comprising, 5 shillings (400), 10 shillings (43), 20 shillings (22), 100 shillings (27), all 1978, 100 shillings (33), 1984, 200 shillings (40), 1986, 10 shillings (13), 1988, 10 shillings (89), 1989, 100 shillings (10), 1991, 10 shillings (14), 100 shillings (18), 200 shillings (7), 1992, 10 shillings (25), 1993, 10 shillings (30), 1994, and 20 shillings (67), 1996, mixed grades, generally very fine to extremely fine (838) £1,000-1,500

800 Central Bank of Kenya, a set comprising 5 shillings, 1977, orange, 10 shillings, 1974, green, 20 shillings, 1973, blue, 50 shillings, 1971, black and 100 shillings, 1972, purple, all with Kenyatta at left, value at each corner, also 100 shillings (4), 1 July 1968/69/71/72, prefix A/8/15/25/30, purple & multicoloured, Kenyatta at left, arms at centre, (Pick 5b, 10a, 10b, 10c), (Pick 7e, 8d, 9b, 10c, 11d), light handling and occasional corner bends only, embossed serial numbers, original about uncirculated and scarce in this grade (9) £250-350

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LAOS

†805 Banque Nationale du Laos, a group of specimens of the ND (1957) series, all 000000 serials, all tricephalic elephant arms at upper centre, comprising 1 kip, green, That Ing Hang stupa, reverse ploughing; 5 kip, brown, That Makmo stupa, reverse ox-cart; 10 kip, blue, Wat Ong Teu Mahawihan, reverse rice field workers, all overprinted SPECIMEN in red in Lao on obverse and English on reverse, one punch hole; also issued 10 kip, ND (1957), blue, obverse and reverse as specimen note (Pick 1s, 2s, 3s, 3a), the first about uncirculated to uncirculated, the second good extremely fine, the third biro lines in margins, otherwise good extremely fine, the fourth extremely fine (4) £100-150 x806 Banque de l’Indo-Chine, Laos/Vietnam, 1 piastre (3), ND (1945), 1 piastre (4), ND (1949), Gouvernement General 10 cents (2), olive green, 20 cents (6), red-purple, 20 cents, green, Vietnam 1 dong, ND (1946), blue, Laos 20 kip (24), ND (1963), brown, 100 kip (20), ND (1974), 500 kip (18), ND (1974), red, 200 and 500 kip (Pick 76b, 54e, 86d, 89a, 90, 5b, 11b, 16a, 17a, 23A, 240), generally uncirculated (79) £180-240

†807 Banque Nationale du Laos, specimen 100 kip, ND (1957), serial number O.000 00000, brown and multicoloured, King Sisavang Vong at left, chalice at centre, naga dragons at right, reverse flowering tree at left, temple at centre, woman with rose bowl at right, perforated SPECIMEN; also issued 100 kip, ND (1957), brown and multicoloured, obverse and reverse as specimen note (Pick 6s, 6a), the first about extremely fine, the second biro line on reverse, three pinholes, otherwise about extremely fine, the specimen rare (2) £150-200

†808 Banque Nationale du Laos, specimen 500 kip, Year 2500 (1957), serial number 000000, red and multicoloured, King Sisavang Vong at left, temple at centre, reverse purple, blue and yellow, Wat That Luang temple and stupa, Vientiane, at centre, carved frieze at left and right, overprinted SPECIMEN in red with two specimen De La Rue ovals on obverse and reverse, two punch holes; also issued 500 kip, Year 2500 (1957), red and multicoloured, obverse and reverse as specimen note (Pick 7s2, 7a), the first about uncirculated, the second good extremely fine (2) £100-140

†809 Banque Nationale du Laos, 5 kip. ND (1962), signature 2, green, King Sisavang Vong at right, reverse Wat That Luang stupa; specimen 10 kip, ND (1962), serial number R1 00000, blue, woman at left, reverse stylised sunburst; also a group of specimens of the ND (1963) issues, all King Savang Vatthana at left, various temples at centre, comprising 20 kip, brown, reverse monastery; 50 kip, purple, reverse Wat Luang; 200 kip, blue, reverse waterfall; 1000 kip, brown and yellow, reverse canoes, all specimen notes overprinted SPECIMEN in red with two specimen De La Rue ovals on obverse and reverse, two punch holes (Pick 9a, 10s2, 11s2, 12s2, 13s2, 14s2), the first about extremely fine, the last about uncirculated, the remainder about uncirculated to uncirculated (6) £140-180

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LATVIA 810 Government Currency note, Latvia, 100 rublis, 1923, blue serial number A147122, dark and light blue, value at left and right, signatures 3 and 4, reverse blue, allegorical maiden at left and right, Industry and Agriculture, plus Government State Treasury notes, 10 latu (4), 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, red serial numbers, grey and multicoloured, fishermen and net, reverse blue-grey, farmer sowing seed at centre, value at right, also a 5 lati, 1940, blue and grey, bridge at centre, 20 latu (2), 1935,1936, red serial number H 106111, S 061171, brown and multicoloured, view of the Castle of Riga and river at centre, allegorical symbols at left, value at right, reverse brown, arms at centre, farmer at left, girl at right, also a 10 latu, 1934, red serial number AB 070693, blue-green and pale pink, value, reverse blue, maiden and corn sheaf, arms at right, and Courtland Credit Society, 9 rubles, 1913, serial number 26656, black and white, Russian Imperial eagle at left, also Latvian promissory note paper in lilac, arms low centre (Pick 14b, 29a, b, d, e, 34a, 30a, b, 25f), mixed grades, generally good to very fine (12) £350-450

811 Government Currency note, Latvia, 20 latu, 1925, red serial number 037761, green and black, J. Cakste at centre, value at centre and at each corner, reverse green, arms at centre, value at left and right, also 25 latu, 1928, red serial number B350230, black and pale orange, Valdemars at centre, reverse blue, arms and value, plus 500 latu, 1929, black serial number A 015199, blue and multicoloured, girl in National costume at right, allegorical symbols of harvest and Industry below, value top centre and at each corner, reverse blue, green and orange, pastoral scene at centre, caduceus at left and right, value to left and right, 25 latu, 1938, red serial number A 372671, green and lilac, Lacplesis at right, 100 latu, 1939, green serial number A 152314, purple, allegorical farming family, also 50 latu, 1934, serial number 850969, blue and multicoloured, also Latvian Government Currency notes, 5 rubli (4), ND (1919), red serial numbers, blue, maiden at centre, value at left and right (Pick 3d, e, f), (Pick 17a, 18a, 19a, 21a, 22a, 20a), about very fine or better (10) £350-450

LEBANON

†812 Banque de Syrie et du Liban, Lebanon, specimen 50 livres, 1 September 1939, brown and multicoloured, street scene at left, green lozenge overprint (type E), Berard and Laferriere signatures, LIBAN in text top centre, reverse blue and lilac and orange brown, feluccas on the water, mountains in background, green lozenge overprint (Pick 30bs, Ayoub p.105), ink date ‘9.3.43’ in top margin, perforated and red SPECIMEN overprint, good extremely fine, attractive and very rare, Ayoub states “1 item known” £1,500-2,000 167


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LIBYA

x813 Kingdom of Libya, colour trial £1, 1 January 1952, serial number C/1 000000, red and green, King Idris at left, bush low centre, reverse red (Pick 16ct, BOL P16ct), cancellation holes, red SPECIMEN overprint, slight superficial paper damage low right, small folds and pinholes each corner, residue top and low left, good very fine and rare £450-500

x814 Bank of Libya, half pound, ND (1963), serial number 4D/8 048463, purple on multicolour underprint, crowned arms at left, reverse, purple and pale green (Pick 29), about extremely fine or better £100-150

†815 Bank of Libya, specimen colour trial 1 pound, Law of 1963/AH1382, serial number 5C/29 000000, green on multicoloured underprint, crowned arms at left, value at right, reverse value at centre and in each corner, ornate guilloche at right, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 30ct), about uncirculated to uncirculated, rare £300-400

x816 Bank of Libya, £1, ND (l 963), serial number 5C/29 830860, £5, ND (1963), serial number 5B/13 937817, blue on multicolour and green on multicolour respectively, crowned arms at left (Pick 30, 31), first, good to fine or better, second, fine to about very fine £150-250

†817 Bank of Libya, specimen colour trial 10 pounds, Law of 1963/AH1382, serial number 5A/14 000000, purple on multicoloured underprint, three arches with crowned arms at left and value at right, reverse arches containing ornate repeated patterns, value at left and right, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 32st, BOL 32ct), about uncirculated to uncirculated, very rare £1,400-1,800

†818 Central Bank of Libya, specimen colour trial 14⁄ dinar, ND (1971), serial number 1E/1 000000, reddish purple on multicoloured underprint, arms at left, without Arabic inscription at lower right, reverse doorway at centre, pattern at right; specimen colour trial 1⁄2 dinar, ND (1971), serial number 1D/1 000000, brown on multicoloured underprint, arms at left, without Arabic inscription at lower right, reverse oil refinery, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 33act, 34act), about uncirculated to uncirculated, very scarce (2) £150-200

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LITHUANIA 821 Bank of Lithuania, 1, 5 and 10 centai, September 1919, 1, 5, 10 and 20 centu, November 1922, 10 centu (2), 20 centu (2), 1922, 10 litu (2), 1927, green, 5 litai (2), 1929, 20 litu, 1930, brown and green, also Posen, State Loan Bank, Occupation of Lithuania, World War I, 20 and 50 kopeken, 1 rubel (2), 3 rubel, 10 rubel, 25 rubel and 100 rubel, 1916, blue, allegorical figure top left and right (Pick 1a, 2a, 3a, 7a, 9a, 10a, 11a, 12a, 23a, 26a, 27a, R120, 121a, 122a, c, 123a, 124, 125, 126), generally good extremely fine or better (26) £250-300

†819 Central Bank of Libya, specimen colour trial 5 dinars, ND (1972), serial number 1B/4 000000, blue on multicoloured underprint, shield, cog and map of North Africa and Middle East at left, with Arabic inscription at lower right, reverse walled fortress, value in each corner, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 36bct), good extremely fine, very scarce £200-250

822 Bank of Lithuania, 500 litu, 11 December 1924, red serial number B 065430, black, pink and pale green, value at left and right, reverse blue and multicoloured, arms top centre, value in field, plus 50 litu, 1928, blue, 100 litu, 1928, 20 litu, 1930, brown and green and pale orange, Grand Duke Vytautas the Great at left (Pick 21a, 24a, 25a, 27a), first, original and fresh, extremely fine and rare in this grade, second two fine, last good very fine (4) £350-550 820 Military Authority in Tripolitania, 50 lire, ND (1943), red-brown on orange underprint, also 1 and 10 lire, green and purple respectively, all with lion and crown at centre (Pick M1, M4, M5), fresh and original, about uncirculated (3) £80-120

†823 Bank of Lithuania, specimen 1000 litu, Kaunas, 1925, red serial number A 000001-C 100000, green, pale pink and blue, arms at centre, value at centre and at each corner, reverse blue, allegorical couple and value (Pick 22s), perforated CANCELLED, good extremely fine and rare, attractive £1,000-1,400

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Day Two WEDNESDAY 16 JULY 2014 Morning Session commencing at 10.00 a.m. (Lots 824-1223) LUXEMBOURG 824 Grand-Duché de Luxembourg, 5 francs, olive, 10 francs, violet, 100 francs, black, pale blue and lilac, all ND (1944), all Grand Duchess Charlotte, also Tresor Central, 100 francs, 1943, red prefix PL, blue and lilac, head of Liberty at centre, also 500 francs, brown and 1000 francs, green, ND (1944), both head of Liberty at centre, plus Empire Cherifien, card currency for 50 centimes, 1 and 2 francs, 1944 (Pick 43b, 44a, 47a, 105, 106, 107), various grades, good to very fine (9) £180-230 †826 Grand-Duché de Luxembourg, specimen colour trial 100 Francs, ND (1963), serial number A000000, no signature, blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Grand Duchess Charlotte at right, reverse hydroelectric dam, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, two punch holes (Pick 52ct), mounting traces, otherwise uncirculated and rare £180-240

†825 Grand-Duché de Luxembourg, specimen 50 francs, 1 May 1940, red zero serial numbers, dark green and lilac, Grand Duchess Charlotte at left, arms at centre, two signatures low centre, reverse green, Vianden Castle at centre, German text in block low centre, also another undated example with no German text for comparison (cf Pick 45 for similar), both with printers ink annotations, a dated example unrecorded in Pick thus extremely rare and unusual (2) £900-1,100

†827 Grand-Duché de Luxembourg, specimen colour trial 10 Francs, 20 March 1967, serial number A000000, brown on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Grand Duke Jean at left, Grand Duchess Charlotte Bridge; also specimen 20 francs, 20 March 1967, serial number A000000, blue on multicoloured underprint, Grand Duke Jean at left, reverse River Moselle, both overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, two punch holes (Pick 53ct, 54s), mounting traces, otherwise uncirculated (2) £100-150

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MACAU

†830 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Macau, a group of progressive proofs in two booklets for 10 patacas, ND (1981), the first booklet, dated 19-10-81 and marked ‘10 Macau Backs’, containing three stages of the reverse underprint; the second booklet dated 26-1081 and marked ‘10 pataca fts duplex and decreto’ containing four stages of the note in different colour combinations; also 10 patacas (2), ND (1981), no date, no signatures, brown, lighthouse at right, reverse 19th century harbour scene, one copy approved and dated 21/3/85 in blue ink, both one punch hole [Pick 59p (9)], the progressive proofs very fine or better and excessively rare, if not unique, the completed notes about uncirculated and a fascinating insight into the printing process for this issue (9) £300-500

†828 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Macau, printer’s positional proof 10 patacas, 8 April 1963, serial number 4140001, blue on multicoloured underprint; printer’s positional proof 500 patacas, 8 April 1963, serial number 069001, green on multicoloured underprint, both Bishop Belchior Carneiro at lower right, reverse woman looking out at ships, both marked with positioning lines in red and/or blue ink (Pick 50p, 52p), ink annotations in top margins, additional red ink on 10 patacas, otherwise about uncirculated and a very rare type of printer’s proof (2) £200-300

†829 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Macau, a group of printer’s positional proofs of the 1976-79 Issue comprising 5 patacas, 18 November 1976, only one serial number 2145001, brown; 10 patacas, 7 December 1977, serial number 7895001, blue, both Bishop Belchior Carneiro at lower right; and 50 patacas, 1 September 1976, serial number 510001, greenish grey, Luis de Camoes at lower right, all reverse woman looking out at ships, all marked with positioning lines in red and/or blue ink (Pick 54p, 55p, 56p), ink annotations in top margins, additional ink on 10 and 50 patacas, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated and a very rare type of printer’s proof (3) £100-150

†831 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Macau, a group of printer’s positional proofs, all dated 8 August 1981, comprising 50 patacas, serial number KA00001, purple, Luis de Camoes at right; 100 patacas, serial number LA000001, blue and purple: and 500 patacas, serial number NA000001, olive-green, Venceslau de Morais at right, all reverse woman looking out at ships, all marked with positioning lines in red ink (Pick 60ap, 61ap, 63ap), ink annotations in bottom margins, otherwise good extremely fine to about uncirculated and a very rare type of printer’s proof with first serial numbers (3) £140-180

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MADAGASCAR

834 Banque de Madagascar, 5 francs (4), ND (1937), consecutive serial numbers V.2624/105 and 106, plus M.1529 239 and M.1529 266, red brown on multicolour underprint, Goddess Juno at left (Pick 35), all with very light central fold, extremely fine (4) £100-150

832 Banque de Madagascar, 100 francs (2), ND (1926 old date 26 January 1893), serial numbers X.217 966 and Z.217 295, violet, blue and brown, woman seated at left and right, reverse woman with cornucopia, seated woman and man representing agriculture and industry, overprinted BANQUE DE MADAGASCAR in red (Pick 34), several folds, pinholes and some discolouration, otherwise a very pleasing fine or better £300-400

835 Banque de Madagascar, 5 francs (2), ND (1937), serial numbers J.2509 921 and J.2509 930, red brown on multicolour underprint, Goddess Juno at right, also 10 francs (2), ND (1937-47), consecutive serial numbers F.1974 0,466/7, green and blue, woman at right holding fruit platter, reverse, oxen ploughing field (Pick 35, 36), first two, extremely fine or better, third and fourth, some discolouration around edges, otherwise very fine, interesting serial numbers £100-150

833 Banque de Madagascar, 100 francs (3), ND (1926 old date 1893), serial numbers P.228 626, S.190 294 and V224. 191, violet, blue and brown, woman seated at left and right, reverse woman with cornucopia, seated woman and man representing agriculture and industry, overprinted BANQUE DE MADAGASCAR in red (Pick 34), folds and creasing, staining, pinholes, nevertheless fine or better, an attractive group £350-450

Lot 834

836 Banque de Madagascar, a group of the 1930s issues comprising 5, 10, 20 and 50 francs, ND (1937-47), red brown on multicolour underprint, blue and green, yellow brown on multicolour underprint and light green and multicolour underprint respectively (Pick 35, 36, 37, 38), first and second, about uncirculated, third, central fold, some discolouration but retaining some crispness, about very fine, fourth, folds, stains, several small tears in top margin, fine £130-180

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x839 Banque de Madagascar, specimen 100 francs, ND (c1937), zero serial number, violet, brown and yellow, man, woman and child, reverse farming scene, hole punched “SPECIMEN” top centre (Pick 40s), in PMG holder number 64, choice uncirculated £500-600

837 Banque de Madagascar, 5 francs, ND (1937), serial number W 1760-998, green and multicoloured, Juno at left, also 10 francs, ND (c. 1937-47), serial number Z.1157 O,381, blue, woman with fruit basket, 20 francs, ND (1937-47), serial number T.874 0,826, yellow, brown and blue, France and local mother and child at right, 100 francs, ND (c.1937), serial number X814-226, multicoloured, family, reverse multicoloured, oxen (Pick 35, 36, 37, 40), first, circulated, second, slight discolouration, several spots top centre reverse, extremely fine or better, third, uncirculated, scarce, fourth, extremely fine, rare, a superb addition for any collection (4) £250-350

840 Banque de Madagascar, 100 francs (2), ND (1937), serial numbers O.791 097 and H.882 246, violet, brown and yellow, woman with child at right, man at left, two men in centre left background, reverse, farmer with oxen at centre, oxen ploughing in background (Pick 40), first, several folds and some creasing, retaining some crispness, very fine or better, second, several folds, discolouration and small repair at right edge, about fine £80-130

838 Banque de Madagascar, 5 francs (3), ND (1937), 10 francs, ND (1937-47) and 20 francs (2), ND (193747), brown red, blue and green, yellow brown respectively (Pick 36, 37, 37) a mixture of grades from good to uncirculated £80-130

841 Banque de Madagascar et des Comores, 100 francs, ND, multicolour, 1000 francs, 14 March 1950, also, Institut d’Emission Malgache overprint 100 francs (2), 1000 francs and 5000 francs (Pick 46, 48, 52, 54, 55), a mixture of grades from good to about fine £50-100

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†842 Reserve Bank of Malawi, specimen colour trials (2), Law of 1964 (1971) series, both Hastings Banda at left, fishing boat on Lake Malawi at centre, comprising 50 Tambala, purple, reverse Independence Arch; 2 Kwacha, red, reverse cotton picking, both overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, two punch holes (Pick 5ct, 7ct), mounting traces, otherwise uncirculated and very scarce (2) £200-300

843 Reserve Bank of Malawi, 1 kwacha, ND (1971), serial numbers A471584, 2 kwacha (3), ND (1971), serial numbers B156581-83, red-brown on multicolour underprint, Dr Hastings Banda at left, fishing boat at right, value at each corner and green on multicolour underprint, Dr Hastings Banda at left, fishing boat at right centre, value at each corner respectively (Pick 6a, 7a), some foxing but about uncirculated, scarce in this grade, (4) £300-400

844 Reserve Bank of Malawi, 1 kwacha (2), ND (1971), serial numbers A471582-83, 2 kwacha, ND (1971), serial numbers A528600, red-brown on multicolour underprint, Dr Hastings Banda at left, fishing boat at right, value at each corner and green on multicolour underprint, Dr Hastings Banda at left, fishing boat at right centre, value at each corner respectively (Pick 6a, 7a), first two, slight discolouration, otherwise about uncirculated, third, some very minor foxing but about uncirculated, scarce in this grade (2) £250-350

†845 Reserve Bank of Malawi, specimen colour trial 10 kwacha, Law of 1964 (1971), brown and purple, Hastings Banda at left, fishing boat on Lake Malawi at centre, reverse tea pickers below Mount Mulanje, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, two punch holes (Pick 8ct), mounting traces, otherwise choice about uncirculated to uncirculated and rare £180-240

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MALAYA

MALAYA & BRITISH BORNEO

846 Board of Commissioners of Currency, Malaya, $10, 1 January 1940, prefix A/24, violet, pink, green and blue, George VI at right, value at left (Pick 1, Schwan-Boling 4053), central fold, ink stain top right, discolouration, otherwise fine, scarce £130-180

x849 Board of Commissioners of Currency, Malaya and British Borneo, $1, $5 and $10, 21 March 1953, serial numbers A/24466168, A/25218803 and A/53042122 respectively, all Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse Arms of 16 states (Pick 1, 2, 3), first, about uncirculated to uncirculated, second, centre fold, otherwise extremely fine or better, third, faint folds, extremely fine, a very attractive group £300-400

x847 Board of Commissioners of Currency, Malaya, $10, 1 January 1940, serial number A/26090537, purple on multicolour, portrait King George VI at right, reverse purple, States arms (Pick 13), some creasing and folds, slight discolouration, otherwise fine to very fine £250-350

x850 Board of Commissioners of Currency, Malaya and British Borneo, $5, 21 March 1953, serial number A/13 137592, green and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, value at left (Pick 2a, BCC B2, Tan M19), in PCGS holder 55 Choice about new £150-180

x848 Board of Commissioners of Currency, Malaya, 1 cent (5), 1941, 5 cents (3), 1941, 50 cents, 1941, $1, 1941 and Malaysia 5 ringgit, ND (1976), green, 50 ringgit (2), ND (1998), Kuala Lumpur 1998 games commemorative issue, also Brunei $10, 1996 (Pick 6, 7b, 10b, 11, 8a, 45, 24), $1 and 50 cents about extremely fine, balance uncirculated (13) £120-160

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†851 Board of Commissioners of Currency, Malaya and British Borneo, colour trial $50, ND (1953), brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, value in field, reverse brown, arms of the Federated States in field, value top left and right (Pick 4ct, Tan M21s), perforated, red SPECIMEN overprint, light mounting traces at left, good extremely fine and very rare £2,500-3,500

MALAYSIA

MALDIVES

x852 Bank Negara Malaysia, 5 ringgit, green and 10 ringgit, red, both ND (1967-1972), both Tunku Abdul Rahman at right, signature of Ismail Ali (Pick 2a, 3a, BNB B2a, 3a, Tan M34, 35), in PCGS holders 53, about new and 66 PPQ (2) £100-120

†853 Maldivian State, Government Treasurer, a group of specimens of the 1947 Issue, no serial numbers, comprising 1 rupee blue, green and multicoloured; 2 rupees, brown, blue and multicoloured; 5 rupees, violet, blue and multicoloured; also specimen 10 rupees, ND, red-brown and multicoloured, all palm tree at left, dhow at right, reverse various buildings, all overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, two punch holes (Pick 2as, 3as, 4as, 5s), about uncirculated to uncirculated, rare (4) £400-600

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MALI

856 Government of Malta, specimen 5 shillings, ND (1938), green and pale red, no serial numbers or signatures, colour trial £1, ND (type of 1939), brown and violet, reverse green, partial detail, 1 shilling, ND (1943), prefix A/1, blue and 2-1, ND (1943), prefix A/3, brown, all George VI at right (Pick 12, 14 for type, 16, 17c), first, large format paper, perforated SPECIMEN, good extremely fine, rare, second, perforated, central crease otherwise extremely fine, third, both perforated CANCELLED, good extremely fine (2) £600-700

x854 Banque Centrale du Mali, partial obverse proof for 5000 francs, ND (1972-84), multicoloured, cattle at low left, man in blue headscarf at right, vibrant mulitcoloured borders, no signatures, serial numbers or other text (Pick 14 for type), one fold along left edge, extremely fine and scarce, very pretty £600-800

MALTA

857 Government of Malta, a uniface proof 2/6, ND (1939), purple, blue and green, George VI at right, value in tablet at centre, and specimen 5 shillings, ND (1938), green, red and lilac, George VI at right (Pick 11, 12 for type), mounting traces on reverse otherwise good extremely fine, rare £250-450

855 Government of Malta, an obverse colour trial 2/6, ND (type of 1939), blue and purple-red, head of George VI at right, value in tablet at centre, also a partial obverse proof in orange-red and green, specimen obverse and reverse 5/-, ND (1938), green and pale red, reverse brown and lilac, background detail only (Pick 11, 12 for type), good extremely fine and very rare (4) £500-700

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858 Government of Malta, specimen 5 shillings, 13 September 1939, serial number A/1 191809, green, red and lilac, George VI at right, J. Pace Treasurer 13 September 1939 in manuscript style low centre, also £1, 13 September, 1939, serial number A/3 025346, olive green and lilac, George VI at right, J. Pace Treasurer 13 September 1939 in manuscript style low centre (Pick 12, 14), first, three vertical folds otherwise extremely fine, second, central fold, good extremely fine (2) £200-300

Lot 860

861 Government of Malta 10/-, green, and £1, brownpurple, ND (1963), Elizabeth II at right, George Cross at left, Soler signature (Pick 25a,26a), first pressed, extremely fine, second about uncirculated (2) £180-230

859 Government of Malta, specimen 5 shillings, ND (1938), serial number A/1 000001- A/1 280000, red, green, and lilac, George VI at right, no signature, specimen 2/6, ND (c.1940), serial number A/2 000001-A/3 040000, purple, green and blue, head of George VI at right, value in tablet at centre (Pick 12 for type, 18), first, with date 31.10.38 in top margin, perforated CANCELLED, extremely fine, rare, second, ink date ‘30.7.40’, perforated CANCELLED, good extremely fine, rare (2) £450-650 860 Government of Malta, colour trial 10 shillings, ND (1951), brown and pale green, reverse brown, 10 shillings, ND (1951), serial number A/1 961540, colour trial £1, ND (1951), green white and pale lilac, all George VI in oval frame on right, George Cross at left, (Pick 21, 22), first, black SPECIMEN overprint, printers annotation low margin, uncirculated, rare, second, uncirculated, third, different watermark (de la Valette) to issued, black, SPECIMEN overprint, pencil annotation low right, good extremely fine, rare £500-700

862 Government of Malta, £1, ND (1963), serial number A/3 794531, brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, George Cross at centre, Soler signature, reverse brown, also colour trial £5, ND (1963), no serial number, red SPECIMEN overprint, purple, brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, George Cross at centre, reverse purple, brown, one hole punch low centre (Pick 26, 27), uncirculated, scarce (2) £600-800

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x866 Central Bank of Malta, £5, ND (1968), serial number A/7 078976, purple-brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, George Cross at centre, Hogg signature (Pick 30, CBM B3a), in PMG holder 58, ‘choice about new’ £180-240

863 Government of Malta, specimen £1, ND (1963), serial number A/1 000000, brown and multicoloured, £5, ND (1968), serial number A/12 599204, purple brown and pale blue, Hogg signature, both Elizabeth II at right, George Cross at centre, Soler signature, reverse brown (Pick 26, 30), first, perforated SPECIMEN, uncirculated, rare, second, uncirculated, scarce £300-400

x867 Central Bank of Malta, £5, Law of 1967 (1968), serial number A/12 599216, brown and violet on multicoloured underprint, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse Grand Harbour, Valetta (Pick 30a), about uncirculated to uncirculated £100-140

864 Central Bank of Malta, 10 shillings (2), ND (1968), serial number A/1 000977 and A/3 826555, red and multicoloured, £1, ND (2) (1968), serial number A/1 000239 and A/9 672099, green and multicoloured, all Elizabeth II at right, George Cross at centre, reverse red (Pick 28, 29a), all uncirculated and two with low number, a very desirable group £400-500

†868 Bank Centrali ta’ Malta, a reverse composite essay on card for a 2 liri, ND (1983), green, orange and multicoloured, orange tree at centre, two men and a woman tilling a field, prickly pear at lower left, gondola in circle at upper left, dove at upper right, grape clusters at right, village and view of sea in background (Pick unrecorded), about uncirculated and a most attractive essay for a denomination not introduced until 1989, unique £300-500

x865 Central Bank of Malta, 10 shillings (2), Law of 1967 (1968), consecutive serial numbers A/1 002284/85, red on multicoloured underprint, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse Mgarr Harbour, Gozo; also £1, Law of 1967 (1969), prefix A/7, olivegreen on multicoloured underprint, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse Marsa Industrial Estate, [Pick 28a (2), 29a], the first two about uncirculated to uncirculated, the third good very fine to about extremely fine (3) £100-140

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†869 Bank Centrali ta’ Malta, reverse composite essay on card for a 2 liri, Law of 1967 (1983), red on multicoloured underprint, dockside crane at left, gondola in circle at top left, harbour view at right, value at lower left and upper right (Pick 37 for type), about uncirculated, unique £220-260

†871 Bank Centrali ta’ Malta, obverse and reverse composite essay on card for a 5 zekkini, Law of 1967 (1985), serial number A/1 000000, signature at lower centre, blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Agatha Barbara at right, sailing ship and map at upper centre, dove at upper left, two horizontal lines for the blind at lower right, reverse yachts in harbour, one man and a woman mending nets, gondola in circle at top left, value ‘Z5’ at lower left and figure ‘5’ at upper right (Pick unrecorded), about uncirculated, and a fascinating proposed reuse of the Venetian zecchino in circulation as a Maltese gold coin during the 18th century, unique (2) £750-950

†870 Bank Centrali ta’ Malta, obverse and reverse composite essay on card for a 5 liri, Law of 1967 (August 1983), serial number A/1 000000, space for signature at lower centre, blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Agatha Barbara at right, dove at upper left, map and sailing ship at upper centre, two horizontal lines for the blind at lower right, reverse yachts in harbour, one man and a woman mending nets, gondola in circle at top left, value at lower left and upper right (Pick 38 for type), hand-signed by the Deputy Governor on obverse and reverse, otherwise about uncirculated, unique (2) £450-650

†872 Bank Centrali ta’ Malta, reverse composite essay on card for a 10 liri, Law of 1967 (February 1983), purple, grey and multicoloured, ship in harbour at left, gondola in circle at top left, three men shipbuilding at centre, dove at upper right, ship in dry dock at right, value at lower left and upper right (Pick unrecordedvariety of Pick 39), about uncirculated, unique £240-280

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†873 Central Bank of Malta, reverse artwork on card for a 20 pounds, ND (c1973), dark green, pale green, ochre and blue, Auberge de Castille at centre, stonemason at right, gondola in circle at upper left, value in three corners (Pick unrecorded), about uncirculated and a fascinating essay for an unissued £20 denomination, unique £300-400 †875 Central Bank of Malta, obverse and reverse composite essay on card for a 20 zekkin, Law of 1967, (1985), brown and red-brown on multicoloured underprint, serial number A/1 000000, signature at lower centre, portrait of Agatha Barbara at right, sailing ship and map at upper centre, dove at upper left, four horizontal lines for the blind at lower right, reverse Auberge de Castille at left, Workers’ Monument at centre, gondola in circle at upper left, value at lower left and upper right (Pick unrecorded), about uncirculated and a fascinating proposed reuse of the Venetian zecchino in circulation as a Maltese gold coin during the 18th century, unique (2) £900-1,200

†874 Central Bank of Malta, reverse composite essay on card for a 20 liri, Law of 1967, (February 1983), purple, grey, ochre and multicoloured, Auberge de Castille at left, Workers’ Monument at centre, gondola in circle at upper left, dove at upper right, value at lower left and upper right (Pick unrecorded-variety of Pick 40), about uncirculated, unique £250-350

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876 Banque de la Martinique, unissued remainder 5 francs, ND (c. 1942), no serial numbers or signatures, pink and black, maiden at left, reverse blue, maiden at centre, also 5 francs, ND (1944), serial number P53513, pink and black, two printed signatures low right, maiden at left, reverse blue, maiden at centre (Pick 16, 16b for type, Kolsky 311 for type) first, uncirculated, scarce, second, several folds, otherwise very fine (2) £280-380

877 Banque de la Martinique, specimen 100 francs, ND (1042), red zero serial numbers, prefix A51, green and pale orange, maiden at left with fruit (Pick 19s, Kolsky 313), perforated, small red SPECIMEN overprint, about uncirculated, to uncirculated rare £450-650

878 Banque de la Martinique, 100 francs, ND (1942), red serial number N77-779, green and pale orange, maiden and fruit at left, three printed signatures at right, (Pick 19a, Kolsky 313b), central crease otherwise a fresh and original extremely fine £600-800

879 Banque de la Martinique, specimen 1000 francs, ND (1942), blue serial number A7-000, red-brown and green, allegorical family at right, value top left and right, reverse red-brown, Abundance and Mercury at centre, value at left and right (Pick 21s, Kolsky 314), perforated, small blue SPECIMEN overprint, about uncirculated to uncirculated and rare £700-900

880 Caisse Centrale de la France Libre, 1000 francs, ND (1944-), red serial number TA 077798, red MARTINIQUE stamp top centre, blue, phoenix arising from the flames at centre, reverse blue, allegorical scene of war and peace at left and right (Pick 22b, Kolsky 317), red ANNULE handstamps across note, minute fold top right corner, uncirculated to about uncirculated, thus rare and attractive £500-700

881 Caisse Centrale de la France Libre, 100 francs, ND (1944), red serial number PU565,420, green and redorange, head of Marianne at centre, value and MARTINIQUE at left and right (Pick 25, Kolsky 321), pinholes top left, an original good very fine, scarce £150-200

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MAURITIUS

x885 Government of Mauritius, 5 rupees (5), ND (1954), prefixes A, B, C, D, G, deep blue and pale green and lilac, Elizabeth II at right, mountain at left, reverse blue, arms at centre (Pick 27), fresh and crisp, good extremely fine and a scarce grouping of five different prefixes (5) £450-550

882 Government of Mauritius, 5 rupees, ND (1937), serial number D322388, blue, white and pale orange, specimen 25 cents, ND (1940), serial number A 238991, blue and lilac, 1 rupee, ND (1940), serial number F883,980, green and lilac, all George VI at right, arms at left (Pick 22, 24a, 26), first, very fine, scarce, second, good extremely fine, scarce, third, good fine, a pleasing group (3) £250-350

x886 Government of Mauritius, 5 rupees (4), ND (1954), prefixes A, B, C, D, deep blue and pale green and lilac, Elizabeth II at right, mountain at left, reverse blue, arms at centre (Pick 27), fresh and crisp, good extremely fine and a scarce grouping of four different prefixes (4) £300-400

883 Government of Mauritius, 25 cents, ND (1940), serial number B 391029, blue and pale lilac and orange, George VI at right, arms at left, 1 rupee, ND (1940), serial number D870,148, green and lilac, George VI at right, arms at left (Pick 24c, 26, SchwanBoling 4301c, 4303b), first, uncirculated, scarce, second, faint central crease otherwise an original almost extremely fine, rare £200-300

x887 Government of Mauritius, 5 rupees, ND (1954), serial number G457661, blue on multicolour underprint, Elizabeth II at right, mountain scene at low left, reverse arms at centre, also El Banco Comercial y Agricola, specimen 5 sucres, 15 July 1917, zero serial number (Pick 27, 127s), first, pressed, but still a very attractive about extremely fine, second, in PMG holder number 58, choice about uncirculated, EPQ £250-300

x884 Government issue, Mauritius, 1 rupee, ND (1940), serial number D 467620, green and lilac, George VI at right, arms at left (Pick 26), in PMG holder 55, ‘about uncirculated’ £200-250 1


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x888 Government of Mauritius, 5 rupees, ND (1954), prefix B, blue, Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse arms; Bank of Mauritius, a group of the ND (1967) Issues, all Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, comprising 5 rupees (3), prefix A/1, signature 1, prefix A/15, signature 3, prefix A/43, signature 4, blue, reverse yacht in Grand Port harbour; 10 rupees (3) serial number A/1 000249, signature 1, prefix A/11, signature 2, prefix A/52, signature 4, red, reverse Government House (Pick 27, 30a, 30b, 30c, 31a, 31b, 31c), the first good very fine, the third uncirculated, the remainder foxing, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated (7) £120-160

x889 Bank of Mauritius, 25 rupees (3), ND (1967), prefix A/1, signature 1, prefixes A/12 and A/13, both signature 4, green on multicoloured underprint, all Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse trees at left, ox cart and Trois Mamelles Mountain [Pick 32a, 32b (2)], uncirculated (3) £80-100

x890 Bank of Mauritius, 50 rupees (3), ND (1967), serial number A/1 000408, signature 1, prefixes A/4 and A/5, both signature 4, purple on multicoloured underprint, all Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse ships in Port Louis harbour [Pick 33a, 33c (2)], the second foxing, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated, the remainder uncirculated (3) £140-180

891 East Pasha Shemendefer, 10 para, purple, 12⁄ grush, blue and 1 grush, purple, negotiable fiscal stamps, railways issue for Montenegro siege, authentic but legality doubted by some, also Siberian Provisional Administration, 500 rubles, 1920, red serial number A 023647, blue-green, value left centre, reverse brown and green, maiden at left, Imperial eagle left centre, Far Eastern Government, Credit note issue, Russia, 500 rubles, 1920, blue serial number AA 00517, brown, bear and fox at centre and 1000 rubles, 1920, green and grey, plough, lake and trees and mountains at centre, both two signatures below, and Far East Provisional Government, Priamur Region, 5 rubles, 1920, serial number 010143, black, blue-green and pale red, arms at right, double headed eagle at left, also 30 kopeks, 1918, black and green (Pick unlisted, S1192, S1207,1208, S1243, S1246), good extremely fine, rare (8) £250-350

892 Banque d’Etat, Morocco, a group of notes including 5 francs (3), 1943 (2), 1944, blue and yellow, 10 francs, (3) 1942 (2), 1944, green and blue, 50 francs, 1943, black and brown and 100 francs, 1944, blue and orange-yellow, 1000 francs, 1 March 1944, red, serial no. D247-129 and 1000 francs, 1 August 1943, red serial no. M69-355, both brown and pale blue, star at centre, reverse brown (Pick 24, 33, 25, 26, 27), generally very fine or better (10) £300-400

x893 Banque d’Etat, Morocco, 100 francs, 19 April 1951, serial number P.38-53813, multicoloured, fortress at centre (Pick 45), in PMG holder 64 EPQ, choice uncirculated, scarce in this grade £100-150

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†894 Banque d’Etat, Morocco, specimen 500 francs, 29 May 1951, serial number A41 00000, brown on multicoloured underprint, equestrian statue in front of State Bank building at centre right, reverse city view, overprinted SPECIMEN in black with two De La Rue specimen ovals on obverse and reverse (Pick 45A), choice about uncirculated, only issued as a specimen, rare £600-800

x896 La Fabrica del Tunal, Mexico, 25 centavos, 1884, obverse and reverse uniface specimen proofs, the obverse with two circular and one trianglar punch holes, the reverse depicting industrial scene (Pick not listed), fine to extremely fine £100-150

MOZAMBIQUE

†897 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Mozambique, specimen 1000 reis with counterfoil, 1 March 1909, serial number 000000 at lower left, serial number 283333 at upper right, black on green and yellow underprint, value in ornate guilloche at left, steamship seal Type I at right, reverse, allegorical woman looking out at sailing ships, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 32bs), mounting traces, otherwise good extremely fine, rare £150-200 895 Banque du Maroc, a printers archival obverse and reverse photograph of a 100 dirhams, ND (ca 1970), serial number A/1 000000, palace right centre, King Hassan II at left in suit and tie, reverse oil refinery (Pick unrecorded), most unusual (2) £250-350

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†898 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Mozambique, printer’s archival specimen 500 escudos, 25 August 1932, Provincia de Mocambique, Decreto No. 17154, serial number run A000,001 to A020,000, olive-green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Francisco Oliveira de Chamico at left, steamship seal at right, arms at lower centre, value in each corner, reverse seated allegorical woman looking out at sailing ships, perforated CANCELLED twice (Pick unrecorded - similar to Pick 73), mounting traces, ink date ‘2. 9. 32’ and annotations in top margin, two staple holes at left, otherwise about uncirculated, of the utmost rarity, probably unique and a magnificent note £2,000-3,000

†899 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Mozambique, specimen 500 escudos, 27 March 1941, serial number 000,000, lilac on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Antonio Ennes at left, steamship seal at right, arms at upper centre, reverse seated allegorical woman looking at sailing ships, two punch holes; specimen 1000 escudos, 27 March 1941, serial number 000,000, brown on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Antonio Ennes at left, steamship seal at right, arms at upper centre, reverse young woman looking out at ships, two punch holes (Pick 78s, 79s), some surface dirt and excess ink, the first otherwise good extremely fine, the second extremely fine, rare (2) £300-400

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NEPAL

NETHERLANDS INDIES

900 Central Bank of Nepal, specimen 1 rupee, ND (1965), lilac and olive-green, coin at left, temple at centre; specimen 5 rupees, ND (1961), purple and aqua, King Mahendra Vira Vikrama at upper left, reverse Himalayas, both overprinted SPECIMEN in black or red with two De La Rue specimen ovals on obverse and reverse; also specimen colour trial 5 rupees, ND (1974), green and purple, King Birendra Bir Bikram at left, reverse blue and dark brown, two yaks; and specimen colour trial 10 rupees, ND (1974), green, purple and brown, King Birendra Bir Bikram at left, carving at centre, reverse antelope, both overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 12s, 13s, 23ct, 24ct), about uncirculated to uncirculated, scarce (4) £150-200

x902 De Javasche Bank, Netherlands Indies, 1000 gulden, Batavia, 8 April 1926, serial number MZ 00639, red, portrait of Jan Pieterzoon Coen in a ruff at upper right, reverse brown, red and ochre, Javasche bank building at centre, legal text in four languages, ‘13189’ in black oval in lower right corner (Pick 77a), extremely fine to good extremely fine, scarce £180-260

NEW CALEDONIA/NEW HEBRIDES

901 Central Bank of Nepal, a group of specimens of the ND (1981) Issue, all zero serial numbers, all King Birendra Bir Bikram wearing plumed crown at left, comprising 2 rupees (2), green and multicoloured, reverse leopard, the first, line below king’s lip, the second without line, both signature 10; 5 rupees, serial number 20mm long, signature 11, pink and brown, reverse yaks; 100 rupees (2), green, reverse rhinoceros, the first, line below king’s lip, the second without line, both signature 10; and 500 rupees, serial number 24mm long, signature 10, line below king’s lip, brown and violet, reverse tigers, all overprinted SPECIMEN in red with two De La Rue specimen ovals on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 29as, 29bs, 30bsunlisted variety, 34as, 34bs, 35as), minor annotations on four notes, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated, and a fascinating lot for the specialist (6) £200-250

903 Banque de l’Indochine, New Hebrides, 5 francs (2), ND (1944), serial numbers N510039 and N111346, one with red oval handstamp NOUVELLES HEBRIDES and Cross of Lorraine at left, blue and white, France at centre, 20 francs, ND (1944), prefix F/T, green and white, France at left, native and boat at right, Treasury issue, Bon de Caisse, 1 francs, violet and 50 centimes, green, both 15 July 1942, industrial scene at left and right, and 5 francs, 15 June 1943, green and white, industrial scene at left and right (Pick 48, 49, 51, 52, 58), first, very fine, second, good, third, extremely fine, fourth and fifth, very good, sixth, mounting traces, otherwise very good (6) £200-300

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904 Banque de l’Indochine, Noumea, specimen 100 francs, ND (1957), serial number O.000 000, multicoloured, woman holding wreath and small figure of Athena at centre, reverse Angkor statue at centre (Pick 42ds), perforated SPECIMEN, fresh and crisp, uncirculated £300-400

906 Banque de l’Indochine, Noumea, specimen 1000 francs, ND (1943), serial number A 000.000, 1000 francs, ND (1943), serial number H34-00832063, and 1000 francs, NOUMEA, emission 1944, serial number 00926676, all blue and white, statues at Angkor at left, value at right, NOUMEA top left, (Pick 45, 47b), first, numeral top right, dark green SPECIMEN overprint, perforated, uncirculated and rare, second, good fine, third, this is the Pick plate note, fine, rare £600-700 907 Banque de l’Indochine, New Hebrides, 5 francs, ND (1932-1936), serial number 0.67-529, purple and pale green, helmeted head of France at left, red oval stamp at centre, palms and Cross of Lorraine, De la Chaume and Baudouin signatures, 20 francs, ND (1941), serial number Y49-433, purple-lilac and pale green, France at right, red oval handstamp NOUVELLES HEBRIDES and Cross of Lorraine at centre, Simon and De la Chaume signatures (Pick 4a, 6, Schwan-Boling 1711a, 1712), first, almost extremely fine, scarce, second, central fold, otherwise good very fine, rare £150-200

905 Banque de l’Indochine, Noumea, specimen 100 francs, ND (1957), serial number O.000 000, multicoloured, woman with wreath and small statue of Athena at centre, value at low centre and low right, reverse Angkor statue (Pick 42ds), perforated SPECIMEN, about uncirculated to uncirculated, scarce and attractive £250-350

NEW ZEALAND

†908 Bank of New Zealand, specimen £1, Napier, 18-, serial number A 197001-A 197001, black and white, value in green underprint at centre, Maoris and pastoral scene at left, reverse green with inverted value (Pick 191s for type), perforated SPECIMEN, good extremely fine and rare £500-700

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†910 Bank of New Zealand, specimen £5, Invercargill, 18-, serial number 260901, brown and white, Maoris and countryside view with volcano and kiwi birds at left, counterfoil at left, reverse brown and white, value at centre (Pick S192s), perforated SPECIMEN B.W.& Co LONDON, pencil date ‘June 77’ on counterfoil, uncirculated and rare £800-1,200

†909 Bank of New Zealand, specimen £5 with counterfoil, Wellington, 18-, serial number 123456, black and white, brown value panel, Maoris and landscape set in circles at left, value in each corner, uniface, two punch holes (Pick S192s for type), good extremely fine and rare £750-1,000

†911 Bank of New Zealand, specimen £1, Wellington, 19- (ca 1902), serial number 050001-150000, pink-red, Maoris and countryside view with volcano and kiwi birds at left, counterfoil at left, reverse brown and white, arms at centre, countryside view with volcano and kiwi birds at left, Maoris at right (Pick S212as), perforated CANCELLED, uncirculated and rare £1,000-1,500

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†912 Bank of New Zealand, specimen £1, ND (1924), no serial numbers, no signature, violet and multicoloured, portrait Maori King Tawhiao at centre, value in each corner, reverse arms at centre set in ornate guilloche, Maoris in circle at upper left, landscape in circle at upper right, value in squares at lower left and right (Pick S233s) ink date ‘1st Jan 1924’ and annotation in top margin, otherwise extremely fine and rare £600-800

†913 Bank of New Zealand, printer’s archival specimen £5, 1 October 1925, serial number run 300, 001 to 500, 000, blue and multicoloured, portrait of King Tawhiao at left, value in guilloche at right and in each corner, reverse blue, green and brown, two Maoris in circle at left, arms at centre, two kiwis in rural scene in circle at right, perforated CANCELLED (Pick S235s), mounting traces and paper residue, ink date ‘7. 7. 25.’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise good very and rare £800-1,000

†915 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, specimen 10 shillings, ND (1953-6), serial number B/3 000000, signature Wilson; also proof 10 shillings, ND (196067), serial number 7H 000000, signature Fleming, yellow security thread, both brown on multicoloured underprint, Captain James Cook at right, arms at upper centre, reverse signing of the Treaty of Waitangi at centre, kiwi at left, the first overprinted in black, with two De La Rue Specimen ovals on obverse and reverse, the second overprinted PROOF No 946/17 in lower left margin (Pick 158bs, 158dp), the first, ink date ‘29-6-54’ and annotations in top margin, glue residue on obverse and reverse, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated, the second, ‘approved proof 28 Aug 1964’ and signature in top margin, otherwise about uncirculated, the proof very rare (2) £300-400 †916 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, specimen 10 shillings (2), ND (1960-67), serial numbers 1J 000000 and 7A 000000, both signature Fleming, yellow security thread, brown on multicoloured underprint, Captain James Cook at right, arms at upper centre, reverse signing of the Treaty of Waitangi at centre, kiwi at left, both overprinted SPECIMEN in red, with two De La Rue Specimen ovals on obverse and reverse, one punch hole [Pick 158ds (2)], the first, ink date ‘4-757’, the second ink date ‘22-7-63’ both in top margin with annotations, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated, very scarce (2) £180-240

†914 Bank of New Zealand, specimen £1, Wellington, 1 October 1924, serial number C 00000, purple and pink, the Maori King Tawhiao at centre, value low centre and at each corner, reverse purple and pale orange-brown, arms at centre, Maoris at left, countryside view with volcano and kiwi birds at right (Pick S237s), perforated CANCELLED, ink date ‘21.6.26’ in top margin, a little scuffed otherwise a fresh about extremely fine and rare £600-800 WWW.SPINK.COM

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†920 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, specimen £5 (2), ND (1960-67), serial numbers H/8 000000 and K/2 000000, signature Fleming, both blue on multicoloured underprint, Captain James Cook at right, arms at upper centre, reverse, Lake Pukaki and Mount Cook, overprinted SPECIMEN in red with two De La Rue Specimen ovals on obverse and reverse, one punch hole [Pick 160ds(2)], ink dates ‘228-61’ and ‘27-7-62’ respectively, annotations in top margins, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated, very scarce (2) £400-600

†917 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, specimen 10 shillings (2), ND (1960-67), serial numbers 7J 000000 and 8Y 000000, both signature Fleming, yellow security thread, brown on multicoloured underprint, Captain James Cook at right, arms at upper centre, reverse signing of the Treaty of Waitangi at centre, kiwi at left, both overprinted SPECIMEN in red, with two De La Rue Specimen ovals on obverse and reverse, one punch hole [Pick 158ds (2)], the first, ink date ‘29-764’, the second ink date ‘1-9-65’ both in top margin with annotations, otherwise choice about uncirculated to uncirculated, very scarce (2) £180-240

†921 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, specimen £10 (2), ND (1960-67), serial numbers AJ 000000 and AK 000000, both signature Fleming with security thread, green on multicoloured underprint, Captain James Cook at lower right, Cook’s ship “Resolution” and crowned arms at left, reverse flock of sheep, overprinted SPECIMEN in red with two De La Rue Specimen ovals on obverse and reverse, one punch hole [Pick 161ds (2)], ink dates ‘27-7-62’ and ‘22-763’ respectively, the first otherwise about uncirculated, the second about uncirculated to uncirculated, very scarce (2) £500-700

x918 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, 10 shillings, ND (1940), serial number AO500802, Hanna signature, £1, ND (1955), purple, Captain Cook at right, Wilson signature and £5 (2), ND (1967), 12K 422035/036, blue, Captain Cook at right, Fleming signature (Pick 158a, 159b, 160d), almost uncirculated (4) £180-230 x919 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, a group of the ND (1940-67) Issues, all Captain James Cook at right, arms at upper centre, comprising 10 shillings, prefix B/1, signature G. Wilson, brown, reverse signing of Treaty of Waitangi ; £1, prefix I/49, signature T. P. Hanna, purple, reverse sailing ship “Endeavour”; and £5, prefix 8/S, signature T. P. Hanna, blue-green, reverse Lake Pukaki (Pick 158b, 159a, 160a, ), the first two pressed, otherwise attractive good very fine, the third original good very fine to about extremely fine (3) £120-160

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x922 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, $2 (2), replacement notes with star suffix, Wilks signature, also another example serial number ENF 000013 with Brash signature, both violet, Elizabeth II at right (Pick 164br, 170c), uncirculated and the replacements scarce (3) £200-250

x923 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, $5 (3), ND (196881), replacement prefix 990*, signature Knight, replacement prefix 992* (2), signature Hardie, all red on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse kowhai at left, tui at centre [Pick 165cr, 165dr (2)], about uncirculated to uncirculated (3) £160-220 x924 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, $5 (2), ND (196881), prefix 027, signature Wilks, and prefix 172, signature Hardie, red on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse kowhai at left, tui at centre; $10 (2), ND (1967-81), prefix 13L, and replacement prefix 99A*, both signature Wilks, blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse mountain lily at left, kea at centre (Pick 165b, 165d, 166b), the first three extremely fine to good extremely fine, the last very fine and scarce (3) £160-220

†925 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, specimen $10 (2), ND (1968), both serial number J6 000000, signature Wilks, blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse mountain lily at left, kea at centre, the first perforated SPECIMEN OF NO VALUE, the second overprinted SPECIMEN in red with two De La Rue specimen ovals on obverse and reverse and SPECIMEN No 024 in lower left margin, one punch hole [Pick 166bs (2)], the first about uncirculated to uncirculated, the second about uncirculated, very scarce (2) £140-180

†926 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, specimen $10 (2), ND (1968), both serial number 10Y 000000, signature Wilks, blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse mountain lily at left, kea at centre, the first perforated SPECIMEN OF NO VALUE, the second overprinted SPECIMEN in red with two De La Rue specimen ovals on obverse and reverse and SPECIMEN No 021 in lower left margin, one punch hole [Pick 166bs (2)], about uncirculated to uncirculated, very scarce (2) £150-200

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†930 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, specimen $20 (3), ND (1975), serial numbers BS 000000 and CE 000000 (2), all signature Knight, green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse miro at left, pigeon at centre, the first and second both overprinted SPECIMEN in red with two De La Rue specimen ovals on obverse and reverse and SPECIMEN No 022 and 018 respectively in lower left margins, one or two punch holes, the third perforated SPECIMEN OF NO VALUE [Pick 167cs (3)], about uncirculated to uncirculated, rare (3) £700-900

†927 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, specimen $10 (3), ND (1975-77), serial number 21H 000000, signature Knight, serial number 25H 0000000 (2), signature Hardie, all blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse mountain lily at left, kea at centre, the first and second overprinted SPECIMEN in red with two De La Rue specimen ovals on obverse and reverse and SPECIMEN No 023 and 015 respectively in lower left margins, one or two punch holes, the third perforated SPECIMEN OF NO VALUE [Pick 166cs, 166ds (2)], one copy of Pick 166ds extremely fine, the remainder about uncirculated to uncirculated, very scarce (3) £180-240 x928 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, $10 (2), ND (196875), consecutive serial numbers 14J 862834/35, signature Wilks, blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse mountain lily at left, kea at centre [Pick 166b (2)], choice about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £120-160

†931 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, specimen $20 (2), ND (1975), both serial number CS 000000, signature Knight, green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse miro at left, pigeon at centre, the first overprinted SPECIMEN in red with two De La Rue specimen ovals on obverse and reverse and SPECIMEN No 006 in lower left margin, one punch hole, the second perforated SPECIMEN OF NO VALUE [Pick 167cs (2)], about uncirculated to uncirculated, rare (2) £450-650

†929 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, specimen $20 (2), ND (1968), serial numbers AS 000000 and BE 000000, both signature Wilks, green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse miro at left, pigeon at centre, both overprinted SPECIMEN in red with two De La Rue specimen ovals on obverse and reverse and SPECIMEN No 024 and 022 respectively in lower left margins, one punch hole [Pick 167bs (2)], about uncirculated, rare (2) £500-700

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†932 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, specimen $20 (2), ND (1977), both first serial number EE 000000, signature Hardie, green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse miro at left, pigeon at centre, the first overprinted SPECIMEN in red with two De La Rue specimen ovals on obverse and reverse and SPECIMEN No 021 in lower left margin, one punch hole, the second perforated SPECIMEN OF NO VALUE [Pick 167ds (2)], good extremely fine to about uncirculated, rare (2) £350-450 x933 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, $20 (3), ND (196881), replacement serial number YJ 015005*, signature Wilks and consecutive serial numbers HC 440001/02, signature Hardie, green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse miro at left, pigeon at centre [Pick 167d (2), 167dr], the first pressed, otherwise good very fine and very scarce, the remainder choice about uncirculated to uncirculated (3) £220-280

†934 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, specimen $100, ND (1967), serial number G 000000, signature Fleming, red on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse mountain daisy at left, takahe at centre, perforated SPECIMEN OF NO VALUE (Pick 168as), good very fine to about extremely fine, rare £400-600

†935 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, specimen $100, ND (1975), serial number G 000000, signature Knight, red on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse mountain daisy at left, takahe at centre, overprinted SPECIMEN in red with two De La Rue specimen ovals on obverse and reverse and SPECIMEN No 023 in lower left margin, two punch holes (Pick 168bs), uncirculated, very rare £600-800

†936 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, specimen $100, ND (1975), serial number G 000000, signature Knight, red on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse mountain daisy at left, takahe at centre, perforated SPECIMEN OF NO VALUE (Pick 168bs), choice about uncirculated to uncirculated, very rare £600-800

x937 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, specimen 5 dollars, ND (1981-85), serial number JAA 000000, orange on multicolour underprint, Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse tui bird at centre, kowhai flower centre left, black stamped SPECIMEN on obverse and reverse, hole punched SPECIMEN right and left (Pick 171as), fresh, crisp and uncirculated, a superb example £200-250

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON x938 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, $2 (10), ND (1985), prefix EJC, violet and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, Russell signature, also $5 (10), prefix JEJ, orange and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, Russell signature (Pick 170b, 171b RBNZ B17b, B18b), two consecutive runs of 10, uncirculated (20) £80-120 x939 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, $10 (2), ND (198185), consecutive replacement serial numbers NA 239271*/72*, signature Hardie, blue on multicoloured underprint, mature portrait of Queen Elizabeth II wearing Grand Duchess Vladimir’s tiara at right, reverse mountain lily at left, kea at centre [Pick 172ar (2)], choice about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £90-120

†943 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, specimen proof $50, ND (1983), no serial numbers, signature Hardie, yellow-orange on multicoloured underprint, Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse pohutukawa at left, morepork owl at centre (Pick 174asp), typed annotation ‘Approved memo G. H. Child 15.7.83’ and ‘A/S 8.7.83’ in top margin, about extremely fine and very rare as a specimen proof £200-300

x940 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, $10, ND (1985-89), replacement serial number NB 910288*, signature Russell, blue on multicoloured underprint, mature portrait of Queen Elizabeth II wearing Grand Duchess Vladimir’s tiara at right, reverse mountain lily at left, kea at centre (Pick 172br), about uncirculated to uncirculated and scarce £100-130 x941 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, $20 (2), ND (1985), serial number TEK 195145/195148, green and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, Russell signature (Pick 173b, RBNZ B20b), in PCGS holder 67, ‘superb gem new’, PPQ, 66, ‘gem new’, PPQ (2) £100-150

†944 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, specimen $100, ND (1981-89), serial number YAC 000000, signature Russell, red on multicoloured underprint, mature portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse mountain daisy at left, takahe at centre, perforated SPECIMEN OF NO VALUE (Pick 175bs), about uncirculated to uncirculated, rare £500-700

†942 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, printer’s colour trial/proof $50, ND (1982), serial number XAA 000000, signature Hardie , black, blue, green and red on multicoloured underprint, Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse pohutukawa (in a different design from issued note) at left, morepork owl at centre (Pick 174act), typed annotation ‘As submitted to RBNZ 15/11/82’ and ‘B1’ in top margin, otherwise uncirculated. One of a set of four different colour proofs and an approved orange-yellow specimen, which were submitted to the chief cashier Herbert Ray Hardie for approval in 1983, excessively rare £1,400-1,800

x945 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, $100, ND (1985), serial number YAB 369543, red and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, Russell signature (Pick 175b, RBNZ B22b), in PCGS holder 67, ‘superb gem new’, PPQ £200-300

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WORLD BANKNOTES x946 New Zealand, National Council Y.M.C.A, Union Bank of Australia, 3D (2) coupon, handstamped 6 September 1918, black and white and issued at Shannon Camp during World War I, also a convalescent Depot Canteen chit for 1 cent, 1943 and for use in Kalavere, New Caledonia, handsigned extremely fine and very fine, unusual (3) £150-200

x949 Banco Central de Nicaragua, a group of specimens from the 1962 series comprising 1 cordoba, blue, 5 cordobas, green, 10 cordobas, red, 20 cordobas, orange, 50 cordobas, purple and 100 cordobas, mauve, all with SPECIMEN overprints and cancellation holes, also 5, 10 and 20 cordobas, 1962 and 1 and 50 cordobas, 1968 (Pick 107s, 108, 108s, 109, 109s, 110, 110s, 111s, 112s, 115, 119), some with pencil or pen annotations, about uncirculated or better (11) £150-200

NICARAGUA

x947 Banco Central de Nicaragua, specimen 5 and 20 cordobas, 1951, zero serial numbers, first black on multicolour underprint, cattle at centre, second orange on multicolour underprint, river scene at centre, both with SPECIMEN overprints and three cancellation holes (Pick 93s, 95s2), pencil annotations on reverse, about uncirculated (2) £200-250

x948 Banco Central de Nicaragua, specimen 100 cordobas, 1945, zero serial numbers, red on multicolour underprint, female allegory with fruit and altar at right, value at centre left and each corner, reverse olive-brown, blue SPECIMEN overprint, three cancellation holes (Pick 97s), pencil annotations on reverse, about uncirculated and scarce £300-400

x950 Banco Central de Nicaragua, specimen 500 cordobas, 1962, zero serial numbers black on multicolour underprint, R. Dario at centre, value at centre left and right, and each corner, reverse black, F. Hernandez Cordoba at centre, black SPECIMEN overprint and two cancellation holes (Pick 113s), pencil annotation on reverse, uncirculated and scarce £200-250

x951 Banco Central de Nicaragua, specimen 1000 cordobas, 1962, zero serial numbers brown on multicolour underprint, A Somoza at centre, value at centre left and right, and each corner, reverse brown, F. Hernandez Cordoba at centre, black SPECIMEN overprint and two cancellation holes (Pick 114s), pencil annotation on reverse, uncirculated and scarce £200-250

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NORWAY

†952 Federation of Nigeria, Central Bank, a set of specimen colour trials, 15 September 1958, all river scene and palm trees at left, comprising 5 shillings, serial number J/1 000000, brown and green, reverse palms; 10 shillings, serial number E/1 000000, red and black, reverse crop sowing; £1, serial number A/1 000000, blue and green, reverse harvesting cacao; and £5, serial number A/1 000000, green, men harvesting fruit, all overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, two punch holes (Pick 2ct, 3ct, 4ct, 5ct), about uncirculated to uncirculated and very scarce (4) £600-800

954 Norges Bank, 5 Kroner, 1943, red serial number V. 8339469, blue green, 10 kroner, 1941, red serial number A. 7894021, blue, beige and violet, 50 kroner, 1942, red serial number C. 5932113, dark green and pale violet, President Christie at left, also Steffens emergency issue 5 norske kroner, serial number A. 2042 Voss (near Bergen), 14 April 1940, black text on cream paper, signature of Steffens low centre (Pick 7c, 8c, 9d, M1), first three, good extremely fine, last fine and scarce, fourth, about very fine, issued by General Mayor Steffens during his final stand at Voss, near Bergen. This issue was authorised by the Norges Bank in Bergen, very rare (4) £350-550

OMAN x955 Central Bank of Oman, a full set of the 1985-94 issue, comprising 100 and 200 baisa, 14⁄ and 12⁄ rial and 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 rials, all with Sultan Qaboos at right, ornate borders with value at top left and right, the 25 a 1994 issue, and the 50 a 1992 issue (Linzmayer CBO B10-18, Pick 22-30), uncirculated, a fresh and colourful group (9) £600-800

†953 Federal Republic of Nigeria, a set of specimens of the ND (1967) issues, all Central Bank building at left, comprising 5 shillings, serial number A/1 000000, purple and blue, reverse logging; 10 shillings, serial number A/12 000000, green and brown, reverse stacking grain; £1, serial number A/1 000000, red and brown, reverse man beating dates; and £5, bluegrey and blue-green, serial number A/1 000000, cacao bean preparation, all overprinted SPECIMEN in red with two De La Rue specimen ovals on obverse and reverse, four punch holes, except £5 overprinted SPECIMEN only (Pick 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s), choice about uncirculated to uncirculated and scarce (4) £400-600

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x956 Central Bank of Oman, uncut sheet containing eight half dinar notes, ND (1995), dark brown and grey on multicolour underprint, Sultan Qaboos bin Sa’id at right, Bahla Castle at centre, arms at top left, reverse Nakhl Fort at centre (Pick 33), uncirculated, a pleasing addition to any collection £150-200

958 State Bank, Haj issue, Pakistan, 10 rupees, ND (ca 1950), serial number B 490650, green and multicoloured, President Ali Jinnah at left, Durrani signature, black overprint FOR HAJ PILGRIMS FROM PAKISTAN FOR USE IN SAUDI ARABIA ONLY, reverse green, Shalimar Gardens, Lahore, at centre (Pick R3, SBP BR3b), in PCGS holder 63, ‘CHOICE NEW, apparent minor stains’, rare £700-1,000

PALESTINE

959 Palestine Currency Board, 500 mils, 20 April 1939, serial number G 767484, purple and pale orange, Rachel’s Tomb at Bethlehem low left, pale blue central guilloche, value at centre and at each corner, three printed signatures of Sir John Caulcutt, Sir Percy Ezechiel and H.F.Downie, reverse purple, the Tower of David at centre (Pick 6c, Dabbah p.161), fresh and original, a very attractive good very fine, scarce in this condition £800-1,000 x957 Central Bank of Oman, uncut sheet containing eight 1 rial notes, 2005, commemorative issue 35th anniversary of Independence, red on multicolour, Sultan Qaboos bin Sa’id at right, reverse boat at left, minaret at centre, Jalili fortress at low right (Pick 43), uncirculated, an unusual and very collectable item £200-300

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960 Palestine Currency Board, £1, 20 April 1939, serial number T 770921, green and pale yellow, The Dome on the Rock, Jerusalem at left, value in lilac guilloche at centre, value at each corner, three printed signatures of the Members of the Palestine Currency Board, Sir John Caulcutt, Sir Percy Ezchiel and H.F. Downie at low centre, reverse green, the Citadel of Jerusalem with the Tower of David at centre, value at left and right and low centre (Pick 7c, Dabbah page 164), a central crease otherwise fresh and original, almost extremely fine thus scarce for type ex Amnon Inbar collection, about very fine £700-900

x963 Banco de Reserva del Peru, a specimen set of the 1922 issue, comprising 12⁄ libra, Liberty at centre, 1 libra, seated woman at left, 5 libras, child with sheep and lamb at right and 10 libras, rubber tree and worker at left, all black on multicolour underprint, red SPECIMEN overprints, three cancellation holes (Pick 48s-51s), some with pencil annotations on reverse, the 5 libras with creases in left margin due to mounting, otherwise about uncirculated or better, scarce and very pretty (4) £400-600

PHILIPPINES

961 Palestine Currency Board, £5, 20 April 1939, red serial number C 710270, red-orange and pale green, the White tower, Ramleh, at left, value in pale lilac guilloche at centre, value at each corner, three printed signatures of the Members of the Palestine Currency Board at centre, Sir John Caulcutt, Sir Percy Ezechiel and H.F.Downie, reverse red-orange, the Citadel of Jerusalem with Tower of David at centre, value at left and right and low centre (Pick 8c, Dabbah page 167), a presentable fine, scarce £1,400-1,800

†964 Central Bank of the Philippines, specimen 100, 200, 500 pesos, 1949, all serial number A 000000, black and pale orange, T. Sora at left, green and pale lilac, Manuel Gueron at left and 500 pesos, black, pale orange and lilac, Manuel Roxas at left (Pick 139s, 140s, 141s), faint mounting traces, good extremely fine and rare (3) £250-350

POLAND 965 Polish State Loan Bank, 20 zlotych, 1917, serial number A.0840648, black and red and pale mauve, crowned eagle at centre, text at left ‘Zarad jeneralgubernatorstwa’, reverse mauve and green, medallic helmeted female head at top left and right, and 100 zlotych (2), 1916, red serial number A.3634677, A.2668720, blue-black and red and pale blue-green, crowned eagle at left, text at left ‘Zarad GeneralGubernatorstwa’, reverse blue and salmon-pink, medallic helmeted female head at left and right (Pick 4a, 6b), original very fine and rare types (3) £150-250

PARAGUAY x962 Banco Central del Paraguay, a full set of specimens of the 1963 series, comprising 1 guarani, green, 5 guaranis, black, 10 guaranis, red, 50 guaranis, brown, 100 guaranis, green, 500 guaranis, blue, 1000 guaranis, purple, 5000 guaranis, orange and 10000 guaranis, brown, all with red SPECIMEN overprints and perforations (Pick 193s, 195s, 196s, 197s, 198s, 200s, 201s, 202s, 203s), some with small rust marks in margins but generally about uncirculated or better (9) £80-120 1


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†966 Banco de Portugal, specimen 20 mil reis, ND (ca 1903), blue and orange, allegorical female figure at left and right, value in orange underprint at centre, reverse blue, D.Affonso Henriques at centre, helmeted female bust at left and right (Pick 82 for type), ink date in top margin, perforated, good extremely fine, rare £400-600

†967 Banco de Portugal, 20000 reis, 30 September 1910, serial number 1 BP 00001-1 BP 20000, Ch 4, black and multicoloured, Afonso de Albuquerque at right, reverse blue and brown, head of Mercury at left, arms and value, black REPUBLICA overprint at centre, also specimen 10000 reis, 30 September 1910, serial number 1 CX 00001-1CX 20000, Ch 4, black and beige, allegorical figures representing the Arts, red Bank seal at centre, reverse green and lilac, armoured maidens and arms, black REPUBLICA overprint low centre (Pick 107s, 108as), ink date in top margins, perforated CANCELLED, good extremely fine and rare (2) £600-800

†968 Banco de Portugal, specimen 50 mil reis, 30 September 1910, serial number 1B 00001-1B 20000, Ch4, blue and pale blue-green, Middle Eastern potentate at left with courtiers, Portuguese delegation at right seeking audience, arms low centre, red Bank seal at centre, reverse blue, medal of Lusitania at right (Pick 110 for type), perforated CANCELLED, ink date ‘13.8.18’ in top margin, good extremely fine and rare, attractive £1,000-1,500

†969 Banco de Portugal, printer’s archival specimen 100 escudos, 27 April 1922, serial number run 1B 00, 001 to 1B 20, 000, brown on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Diogo do Couto at left, arms at top centre, value in ornate guilloches in each corner, reverse purple, brown and green, castle at centre, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 124s), mounting traces, ink date ‘29.5.23’ and annotation in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine and very rare £1,000-1,500

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†970 Banco de Portugal, specimen colour trial proof 1000 escudos, ND (1922), no serial numbers, brownish purple and green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Antonio Feliciano Castilho at centre, arms at right, cherubs at upper left and right, reverse blue and brownish purple on pink and multicoloured underprint, two allegorical women with lyre and torch at centre, two punch holes; also original envelope used for approval in 1922 (Pick 131ct), signed approval dated 15 March 1922 endorsed in ink on obverse, otherwise good extremely fine and excessively rare £1,800-2,400

†972 Banco de Portugal, specimen proof 50 escudos, ND (1930), no serial numbers, violet, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Borges Carneiro at centre left, arms at lower centre, reverse blue on pale green and lilac underprint, Coimbra University at centre, medallic female head at right, two punch holes (Pick 144p), signed approval dated 25 February 1930 endorsed in ink at upper right, two blue spots in watermark area, otherwise good very fine, rare £250-350

†971 Banco de Portugal, specimen proof 500 escudos, ND (1928), serial number 1L 000, 000, purple and blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Duque de Palmella at upper right, castle at lower left, arms at top centre, reverse green, bank arms at left, horses and carts beneath two trees at centre, one punch hole; also original envelope used for approval in 1928 (Pick 141s), signed approval dated 4 December 1928 endorsed in ink on obverse, otherwise fresh extremely fine and extremely rare £800-1,200 201


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†973 Banco de Portugal, specimen reverse proof 50 escudos, ND (1941), brown-violet, lilac and bluegreen, monastery at centre, medallic female head in oval at left, value in each corner, no watermark, one punch hole (Pick 154 reverse proof), about uncirculated, rare £100-150

†974 Banco de Portugal, specimen proof 5000 escudos, ND (1942), no serial numbers, deep blue-green, purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Eleanor at right, three children with basket at lower left, arms at top centre, reverse woman, old man and child set in an ornately carved archway at centre, allegorical figures representing music and art at lower left and lower right respectively, one punch hole (Pick 157p), signed approval dated 28 August 1942 endorsed in ink on obverse, excess surface ink on reverse, otherwise good very fine and extremely rare £1,500-2,000

†975 Banco de Portugal, specimen proof 5000 escudos, ND (1942), no serial numbers, deep blue-green, purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Eleanor at right, three children with basket at lower left, arms at top centre, reverse woman, old man and child set in an ornately carved archway at centre, allegorical figures representing music and art at lower left and lower right respectively, two punch holes (Pick 157p), nick in left margin, otherwise fresh, about extremely fine and a handsome note, extremely rare £1,800-2,400 x976 Banco de Portugal, 100 escudos, blue, 500 escudos, pink-brown and 1000 escudos, grey-brown, Casa da Moeda, 5 centavos (2), red (Pick 178a, 180d, 181i, 98), uncirculated (5) £60-80 WWW.SPINK.COM

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†979 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Portuguese Guinea, printer’s archival specimen 2500 reis with counterfoil, 1 March 1909, serial run 000000 to 140000, black on blue and yellow underprint, portrait of Vasco da Gama at left, passage of ships round The Cape of Good Hope at right, steamship seal Type III at lower centre, red overprint BOLAMA at upper right centre, reverse blue, allegorical woman looking out at sailing ships, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 2As), mounting traces, ink date ‘18. 5. 20’ and annotation in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine and rare £300-400

†977 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Portuguese Guinea, printer’s archival specimen 1000 reis with counterfoil (2), 1 March 1909, serial runs 00000 to 70000 and 000, 000 to 670, 000, different signature combinations, black on green and yellow underprint, value in ornate guilloche at left, the first steamship seal Type I at right, the second steamship seal Type III at right, red overprint BOLAMA at upper centre, reverse allegorical woman looking out at sailing ships, perforated CANCELLED or SPECIMEN (Pick 1s, 1As), mounting traces, ink dates ‘8. 12. 16’ and’ 28. 1. 20’ respectively and annotations in top margins, otherwise good extremely fine and rare (2) £350-450

†980 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Portuguese Guinea, specimen 5 mil reis with counterfoil, 1 March 1909, black on pale blue and yellow underprint, portrait of Vasco da Gama at left, passage of ships round The Cape of Good Hope at right, overprinted BOLAMA in red, steamship seal Type I at centre, reverse green and multicoloured, allegorical woman looking out at sailing ships, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 3bs), mounting traces, ink date ‘18. 1. 17’ and annotation in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine, rare £300-400

†978 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Portuguese Guinea, printer’s archival specimen 1000 reis with counterfoil (2), 1 March 1909, serial runs 000, 000 to 720, 000 and 000, 000 to 770, 000, different signature combinations, black on green and yellow underprint, value in ornate guilloche at left, both steamship seal Type III at right, red overprint BOLAMA at upper centre, reverse allegorical woman looking out at sailing ships, perforated CANCELLED or SPECIMEN [Pick 1As (2)], mounting traces, ink dates ‘28. 1. 20’ and ‘18. 5. 20’ respectively and annotations in top margins, otherwise good extremely fine and rare (2) £300-400

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†981 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Portuguese Guinea, specimen 20 mil reis with counterfoil, 1 March 1909, black on pale blue and yellow underprint, portrait of Vasco da Gama at left, his embarkation at right, overprinted BOLAMA in red, steamship seal Type I at centre, reverse vermilion and multicoloured, allegorical woman looking out at sailing ships, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 5s), mounting traces, otherwise good extremely fine, rare £700-900

†982 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Portuguese Guinea, printer’s archival specimen 20 mil reis with counterfoil, 1 March 1909, serial run 00000 to 15250, black on pale blue and yellow underprint, portrait of Vasco da Gama at left, his embarkation at right, overprinted BOLAMA in red, steamship seal Type I at centre, reverse vermilion and multicoloured, allegorical woman looking out at sailing ships, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 5s), mounting traces, ink date ‘25. 1. 16’ and annotation in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine, rare £700-900

†983 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Portuguese Guinea, printer’s archival specimen 100 escudos, 1 January 1921, Provincia de Guine, serial number run 020, 001 to 031, 000, brown on olive-green, yellow and multicoloured underprint, portrait of Francisco Oliveira de Chamico at left, steamship seal at right, arms at lower centre, value in each corner, reverse grey and green, seated allegorical woman looking out at sailing ships, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 18s), 3mm tear, ink date ‘3. 11. 21’ and annotation in top margin, otherwise about uncirculated and a handsome note, rare £350-450 †984 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Portuguese Guinea, printer’s archival specimen 2.5 escudos, 2 January 1945, serial number run A.0, 000, 001 to A.1, 000, 000, violet and multicoloured, portrait of Joao Teixeira Pinto at left, steamship seal at right, reverse arms at top centre, value at lower centre set in geometric pattern, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 26s), mounting traces, ink date ‘20. 12. 44’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise about uncirculated £100-120

†985 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Portuguese Guinea, printer’s archival specimen 100 escudos, 27 March 1947, serial number run 230, 001 to 250, 000, deep purple and multicoloured, portrait of Joao Teixeira Pinto at left, steamship seal at right, reverse purple and pale green, allegorical woman looking out at sailing ships, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 35s), mounting traces, ink date ‘29. 3. 48’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine £140-180 WWW.SPINK.COM

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Lot 988

x986 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Portuguese Guinea, 100 escudos, ND (1971), zero serial number, olive green on multicolour underprint, Nuno Tristao at right, reverse woman looking out at sailing ships, red stamped “SPECIMEN” obverse and reverse, hole punched twice lower centre (Pick 45cts), in PMG holder number 67 superb gem unicrculated EPQ £200-300

PORTUGUESE INDIA

†989 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Portuguese India, specimen 5 rupias, 11 January 1938, serial number 000000, green on lilac underprint, floating palace set in ornate arched frame at centre, reverse tiger at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right (Pick 31s), mounting traces, ink annotation ‘103 B’ in top margin, otherwise about uncirculated, very scarce £600-800

†987 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Portuguese Guinea, specimen 50 mil reis with counterfoil, 1 March 1909, black on pale green and peach underprint, portrait of Vasco da Gama and palm trees at left, his embarkation at right, overprinted BOLAMA in red, steamship seal Type I at centre, reverse blue, lilac and multicoloured, allegorical woman looking out at sailing ships, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 5Bs), mounting traces, ink date ‘16. 7. 17’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine, rare £800-1,000

†988 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Portuguese Guinea, specimen 10 rupias with counterfoil, 1 January 1906, serial number 00000, sea nymph with trident on hippocamp at centre, value at left and right and in each corner, steamship seal Type I at lower centre, reverse green and red, medallic female head at centre, value in guilloches at left and right, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 16as, Razack-Jhunjhunwalla 12.6.4), mounting traces, ink date ‘2 Sept 1908’ top left on counterfoil, otherwise good extremely fine, very rare £1,500-2,000

†990 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Portuguese India, specimen 5 rupias, 11 January 1938, serial number 000000, green on lilac underprint, floating palace set in ornate arched frame at centre, reverse tiger at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right (Pick 31s), mounting traces, ink annotation ‘103 C’ in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine, very scarce £500-700

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991 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Portuguese India, an obverse and reverse archival photograph for a 5 rupias and a 10 rupias, 29 November 1945, zero serial numbers, both Afonso de Albuqueque at right, ship seal at left, reverse maiden and ships through the ages at left, value and arms at right (Pick 35, 36 for types), (4) £150-200 x992 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Portuguese India, 500 rupias, 29 November 1945, serial number 019, 639, deep green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Afonso de Albuquerque at right, steamship seal at upper left, reverse young woman looking out at ships through the ages at centre left, value and coat of arms in ornate guilloche decorated with acanthus leaves at right, two large cancellation holes (Pick 40-cancelled), pressed, small nick in right margin, otherwise attractive very fine, scarce £100-150

QATAR AND DUBAI

x994 Qatar & Dubai Currency Board, specimen 5 riyals, ND (1960s), serial number A/1 000000, purple on multicolour underprint, Dhow, Oil Derrick and Palm at left, value at each corner, reverse value at centre, one cancellation hole, red SPECIMEN overprint in English and Arabic on obverse and reverse (Pick 2s, Linzmayer QDBC B2as), PMG 62, uncirculated NET, stained, minor rust, pinholes, very rare and an even scarcer Arabic specimen overprint £1,200-1,600

x995 Qatar & Dubai Currency Board, specimen 10 riyals, ND (1960s), serial number A/1 000000, black on multicolour underprint, Dhow, Oil Derrick and Palm at left, value at each corner, reverse value at centre, one cancellation hole, red SPECIMEN overprint in English and Arabic on obverse and reverse (Pick 3s, Linzmayer QDBC B3as), PMG 63, choice uncirculated NET, stains, minor rust, pinholes, very rare and an even scarcer Arabic specimen overprint £1,500-2,000

x993 Qatar & Dubai Currency Board, specimen 1 riyal, ND (1960s), serial number A/1 000000, green on multicolour underprint, Dhow, Oil Derrick and Palm at left, value at each corner, reverse value at centre, one cancellation hole, red SPECIMEN overprint in English and Arabic on obverse and reverse (Pick 1s, Linzmayer QDBC B1as), PMG 63, choice uncirculated NET, stained, rust, pinholes, very rare and an even scarcer Arabic specimen overprint £1,000-1,500

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x996 Qatar & Dubai Currency Board, specimen 25 riyals, ND (1960s), serial number A/1 000000, blue on multicolour underprint, Dhow, Oil Derrick and Palm at left, value at each corner, reverse value at centre, one cancellation hole, red SPECIMEN overprint in English and Arabic on obverse and reverse (Pick 4s, Linzmayer QDBC B4as), PMG 63, choice uncirculated NET, staining, minor rust, pinholes, very rare and an even scarcer Arabic specimen overprint ÂŁ5,500-6,500

x997 Qatar & Dubai Currency Board, specimen 50 riyals, ND (1960s), serial number A/1 000000, red on multicolour underprint, Dhow, Oil Derrick and Palm at left, value at each corner, reverse value at centre, one cancellation hole, red SPECIMEN overprint in English and Arabic on obverse and reverse (Pick 5s, Linzmayer QDBC B5as), PMG 64, choice uncirculated NET, stains, minor rust, pinholes, exceptionally rare and an even scarcer Arabic specimen overprint ÂŁ5,500-6,500 20


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x998 Qatar & Dubai Currency Board, specimen 100 riyals, ND (1960s), serial number A/1 000000, olive green on multicolour underprint, Dhow, Oil Derrick and Palm at left, value at each corner, reverse value at centre, one cancellation hole, red SPECIMEN overprint in English and Arabic on obverse and reverse (Pick 6s, Linzmayer QDBC B6as), PMG 58, choice about uncirculated NET, stains, minor rust, pinholes, exceptionally rare and an even scarcer Arabic specimen overprint £2,500-3,500

QATAR

RHODESIA

999 Qatar Monetary Authority, a printers obverse and reverse archival photograph for a 10 riyals, ND (ca 1973), serial number 123456, ornate background detail, archway at right, reverse a view of the Port of Doha (Pick unrecorded design, Linzmayer unrecorded design), (2) £250-350

1000 Bank of Africa Limited, Rhodesia, 10 shillings, 24 May 1903, serial number A 17862, black on yellow, globe at left, plantation at right, red TEN SHILLINGS and RHODESIA ISSUE in borders, two manuscript signatures below, reverse mauve, value (Pick S106a), a presentable enough VG and very rare £1,000-1,200

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x1001 Standard Bank of South Africa Limited, Rhodesia, £1, Salisbury, 11 April 1936, serial number R/1 A245284, brown and black on pale green underprint, standing Britannia with flag, shield, anchor and sheep at left, value in each corner, RHODESIAN ISSUE in top margin, reverse woman wearing turreted tiara at centre, value in ornate guilloches on either side (Pick S147), about fine, very scarce £150-200

†1004 Reserve Bank of Rhodesia, printer’s archival specimen 10 shillings, 24 September 1965, serial run H/10 000001 to H/10 1000000, blue on multicoloured underprint, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at top centre, reverse tobacco field (Pick 24as unlisted date, Linzmayer RBR B1 unlisted date), mounting traces, ink date ‘1. 11. 65’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine. Rhodesia unilaterally declared independence on 11 November 1965 and all the notes with 1965 dates, except those in the archives, were subsequently destroyed, thus extremely rare £200-300

†1002 Reserve Bank of Rhodesia, specimen colour trial 10 shillings, number 63, 30 September 1964, serial number H/1 000000, brown on pale blue and lilac underprint, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at top centre, reverse tobacco field, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 24ct), uncirculated and very scarce £250-350

†1005 Reserve Bank of Rhodesia, printer’s archival specimen 10 shillings, 8 October 1965, serial run, H/11 000001 to H/11 1000000, blue on multicoloured underprint, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at top centre, reverse tobacco field (Pick 24as unlisted date), mounting traces, ink date ‘1. 11. 65’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated. Rhodesia unilaterally declared independence on 11 November 1965 and all the notes with 1965 dates, except those in the archives, were subsequently destroyed, thus extremely rare £250-350

†1003 Reserve Bank of Rhodesia, specimen colour trial 10 shillings, number 64, 30 September 1964, serial number H/1 000000, brown on pale blue and lilac underprint, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at top centre, reverse tobacco field, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 24ct), uncirculated and very scarce £250-350 20


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†1006 Reserve Bank of Rhodesia, printer’s archival specimen 10 shillings, 22 October 1965, serial run H/12 000001 to H/12 1000000, blue on multicoloured underprint, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at top centre, reverse tobacco field (Pick 24as-unlisted date), mounting traces, ink date ‘1. 11. 65’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine. Rhodesia unilaterally declared independence on 11 November 1965 and all the notes with 1965 dates, except those in the archives, were subsequently destroyed, thus extremely rare £200-300

Lot 1008

†1009 Reserve Bank of Rhodesia, printer’s archival specimen £1, 29 October 1965, serial run G/19 000001 to G/19 1000000, red on multicoloured underprint, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at top centre, reverse Victoria Falls, (Pick 25as-unlisted date, Linzmayer RBR B2-unlisted date), mounting traces, ink date ‘1. 11. 65’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine. Rhodesia unilaterally declared independence on 11 November 1965 and all the notes with 1965 dates, except those in the archives, were subsequently destroyed, thus extremely rare £200-300

x1007 Reserve Bank of Rhodesia, 10/-, 7 October 1964, serial number H/2 572537, blue on multicolour underprint, Elizabeth II at right, Zimbabwe bird at left, arms at top centre (Linzmayer RBR B1b, Pick 24a), in PMG holder 58, Choice About Uncirculated, EPQ, a scarce second date of issue £250-350

†1008 Reserve Bank of Rhodesia, printer’s stage proofs (2) for 10 shillings, ND (1963) and ND (1965), no serial numbers, both with central multicoloured motif and underprint only on obverse, reverse, tobacco field, the first note perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 24 for type), mounting traces, annotations and ink dates ‘13. 12. 63’ and ‘1. 11. 65’ respectively in top margins, otherwise good very fine and very rare (2) £100-150

†1010 Reserve Bank of Rhodesia, printer’s archival specimen £1, 5 November 1965, serial run G/20 000001 to G/20 1000000, red on multicoloured underprint, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at top centre, reverse Victoria Falls, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 25as-unlisted date), mounting traces, ink date ‘1. 11. 65’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise good etremely fine. Rhodesia unilaterally declared independence on 11 November 1965 and all the notes with 1965 dates, except those in the archives, were subsequently destroyed, thus extremely rare £200-300

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†1013 Reserve Bank of Rhodesia, printer’s archival specimen £1, 26 November 1965, serial run G/23 000001 to G/23 1000000, red on multicoloured underprint, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at top centre, reverse Victoria Falls, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 25as-unlisted date), mounting traces, ink date ‘1. 11. 65’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise about uncirculated. Rhodesia unilaterally declared independence on 11 November 1965 and all the notes with 1965 dates, except those in the archives, were subsequently destroyed, thus extremely rare £220-320

†1011 Reserve Bank of Rhodesia, printer’s archival specimen £1, 12 November 1965, serial run G/21 000001 to G/21 1000000, red on multicoloured underprint, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at top centre, reverse Victoria Falls, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 25as-unlisted date), mounting traces and paper residue, ink date ‘1. 11. 65’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise extremely fine. Rhodesia unilaterally declared independence on 11 November 1965 and all the notes with 1965 dates, except those in the archives, were subsequently destroyed, thus extremely rare £160-240

x1014 Reserve Bank of Rhodesia, $1, 1973, blue, $2, 1979, red, $5 (7), 1976, 1978, brown and $10 (3), 1975, grey-blue, all arms at right (Pick 30b, 31d, 32b, 33b, RBR B7h, 8a, 9b, c10h), uncirculated (12) £200-250

RHODESIA & NYASALAND

†1012 Reserve Bank of Rhodesia, printer’s archival specimen £1, 19 November 1965, serial run G/22 000001 to G/22 1000000, red on multicoloured underprint, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at top centre, reverse Victoria Falls, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 25as-unlisted date), mounting traces and paper residue, ink date ‘1. 11. 65’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine. Rhodesia unilaterally declared independence on 11 November 1965 and all the notes with 1965 dates, except those in the archives, were subsequently destroyed, thus extremely rare £180-260

†1015 Bank of Rhodesia & Nyasaland, printer’s archival specimen 10 shillings, 19 June 1959, serial run W/14 000001 to W/14 1000000, signature Grafftey-Smith, reddish brown on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at upper centre, reverse river scene, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 20as), ink date ‘6 /7 / 59’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise about extremely fine, rare £220-280

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†1016 Bank of Rhodesia & Nyasaland, printer’s archival specimen 10 shillings, 18 January 1961, serial run W/28 000001 to W/28 1000000, signature Richards, reddish brown on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at upper centre, reverse river scene, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 20bs), ink date ‘10/ 12/ 61’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise choice about uncirculated, rare £220-280

†1019 Bank of Rhodesia & Nyasaland, printer’s archival specimen £1, 15 April 1957, serial run X/16 000001 to X/16 1000000, signature Grafftey-Smith, green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at upper centre, reverse Zimbabwe ruins, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 21as), ink date ‘11/ 4/ 57’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine and rare £200-300

†1017 Bank of Rhodesia & Nyasaland, printer’s specimen colour proof 10 shillings, ND (1959), no serial numbers, no signature, reddish brown on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at upper centre, reverse river scene, also printer’s stage colour proof 10 shillings, ND (1961), central multicoloured motif and underprint only, reverse reddish brown, river scene, perforated SPECIMEN [Pick 20sp (2)], ink dates ‘6/7/ 59’ and ‘10/12/61’ respectively and ‘FOR COLOUR’ and other annotations in top margins, the first otherwise about extremely fine, the second good extremely fine, rare (2) £250-350

†1020 Bank of Rhodesia & Nyasaland, printer’s archival specimen £1, 20 May 1960, serial run X/44 000001 to X/44 1000000, signature Grafftey-Smith, green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at upper centre, reverse Zimbabwe ruins, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 21as), ink date ‘27/ 6/ 60’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine and rare £200-300

1018 Bank of Rhodesia & Nyasaland, 10/-, 20 January 1961, serial number W/29 132091, red-brown and multicoloured, eagle low left, Elizabeth II at right, arms top centre, Richards signature (Pick 20b), pressed but still quite fresh and good very fine, scarce £130-180

†1021 Bank of Rhodesia & Nyasaland, printer’s archival specimen £1, 20 January 1961, serial run X/70 000001 to X/70 1000000, signature Richards, green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at upper centre, reverse Zimbabwe ruins, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 21bs), ink date ‘10/ 2/ 61’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated and a lovely note, rare £250-350

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†1024 Bank of Rhodesia & Nyasaland, printer’s specimen colour proof £5, ND (1960), no serial numbers, no signature, blue and brown-purple on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at upper centre, reverse Victoria Falls, perforated SPECIMEN; also printer’s stage colour proof £5, ND (1961), blue and multicoloured, missing Queen’s portrait at right, reverse Victoria Falls, perforated SPECIMEN [Pick 22sp (2)], ink dates ‘15/ 12/ 59’ and ‘1/ 1/ 60’ on first note, ink date 11/ 12/ 61 on second note, both annotations and ‘FOR COLOUR’ in top margins, the first surplus ink, otherwise good very fine, the second about extremely fine, very rare (2) £500-700

†1022 Bank of Rhodesia & Nyasaland, printer’s specimen colour proof £1, ND (1960), no serial numbers, no signature, green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at upper centre, reverse Zimbabwe ruins, perforated SPECIMEN; also printer’s stage colour proof £1, ND (1960), central multicoloured motif and underprint only, reverse green, Zimbabwe ruins, perforated SPECIMEN [Pick 21sp (2)], ink date ‘27/ 6/ 60’ and ‘FOR COLOUR’ and other annotations in top margins, the first otherwise choice extremely fine, the second good very fine, rare (2) £240-320

1023 Bank of Rhodesia & Nyasaland, £1, 6 January 1961, serial number X/64 965075, green, orange and lilac, Elizabeth II at right, arms top centre, leopard low left, Richards signature, reverse green, ruins (Pick 21b), lightly pressed, still fresh and about extremely fine, rare £250-300

†1025 Bank of Rhodesia & Nyasaland, printer’s specimen colour proof £10, ND (1959), no serial numbers, no signature, brown and blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at upper centre, reverse grey-green, elephants; also printer’s stage colour proof £10, ND (1961), brown on multicoloured underprint, missing Queen’s portrait at right, reverse grey-green, elephants, perforated SPECIMEN [Pick 23sp (2)], ink date ‘16/ 2/ 59’ on first note, ink date 7/ 9/ 60 on second note, both annotations and ‘FOR COLOUR’ in top margins, the first otherwise about uncirculated, the second about uncirculated to uncirculated, extremely rare (2) £1,200-1,800

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RUSSIA 1026 A group of Russian notes including, 10 kopeks, ND (1919), green on pale pink, 100 rubles (state promissory note), 1922, red on pale pink and green underprint, 3 rubles, 1919, (north west front), 1919, green on light tan, 1 mark (volunteer western army), 1919, black on brown and light tan underprint, 1 and 3 rubles, 1918, black on light orange and black on green respectively, 5 and 10 rubles (Siberia & Urals), 1918, grey and red respectively (Pick S131, 133, S204b, S226, S601, S602, S817, S818), differing grades from good to very fine £50-100

1029 A group of Russian notes consisting of, 15 kopeks, ND (1917), brown, 50 kopeks, ND (1918), brown, double eagle at centre, 50 kopeks, ND (1918), black and grey on light orange, 3 rubles, 1918, black and green on orange underprint, 25 rubles, 1918, black and green on light brown underprint, 250 rubles, 1920, lilac brown (Pick S331, 369, 407, 409a, 412c, 433b), a pleasant colourful group varying grades from good to about uncirculated (6) £100-150 1030 Russia, local issues, a group of regional/local issues, comprising Odessa region, 5 and 10 rubles, 1917, double headed eagles on face, South Russia, 25 rubles, 1918, maiden with sword at left, and 250 and 500 rubles, 1920, red and blue-green respectively, also Siberia, 5 and 10 rubles, 1918 issue, green and red respectively (Pick S335, 336, 412, 4336, 434, 817, 818), very fine to extremely fine (7) £80-120

1027 Field Treasury, Northwest Front, Russia, 500 and 1000 rubles, 1919, serial numbers 231582 and 029363, black and blue, and black and light brown respectively, flags and shield surrounding value at left, double eagle and snake at right (Pick S209, S210), first very fine, second extremely fine, scarce (2) £200-250

1028 Field Treasury, Northwest Front, Russia, 1000 rubles, 1919, serial number 305147, black green on light pink underprint, flags and shields surrounding value at left, double headed eagle and snake at right, reverse, monument of Peter the Great at centre, double headed eagle in lilac centre background (Pick S210), central fold and several light creases, nevertheless about extremely fine, a stunning example, rare £200-300

1031 South Russia, Government issue, 50 rubles, ND (1920), serial number 546718AC, blue on yellow underprint, helmetted woman at left, also 50 kopeks, 1918 postage stamp currency issue, also 4 other Ukraine postage stamp issues, also Siberian Provisional Administration, 1 ruble (2), 5 rubles and 10 rubles, 1918 first issue, black on yellow, blue and red respectively, double headed eagles at left and right, arms on reverse (Pick S369, S438, S816-818), good very fine to about uncirculated (10) £200-250 1032 South Russia Currency Tokens issue, 1000 rubles (4), 1919, black on blue, light green and pink underprint, double eagle at upper centre, reverse allegory of Russia at centre, buildings at left and right, 5000 rubles (2), 1919, dark brown on orange, green and light brown underprint, double eagle at upper left, Mercury at upper centre, reverse St George and snake at left, double eagle upper centre (Pick 418a, b, c, 419, 419d), mixed grades ranging from very fine to about uncirculated, an excellent addition for any collection (6) £100-150

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1034 Vladikavkaz Railroad Company, Russia, interest bearing loan note, 1000 rubles, 1918, serial number A2533, black on maroon and light blue underprint, building at right, reverse Caucasus map showing railroad at centre (Pick S596), extremely fine to about uncirculated £250-300

1033 Government Treasury Notes, Russia, 1000 rubles, 1919, serial number OA-071, 1000 rubles, 1919, serial number RA-053, both multicolour, bell at left and St George and dragon at right, 10, 000 rubles, 1919, serial number RX-083, green on multicolour, reverse seated women left and right (Pick S424a, 424b, 425), first, folds otherwise, about very fine, second, some discolouration and creases, fine to very fine, third, crisp, fresh and about uncirculated £130-180

x1035 Vladikavaz Railroad Company, 5000 rubles, 1 September 1919, serial number 3055, black, brown and blue, lifting bridge at left, arms at top centre right, steam train at top left, value at top centre and low right, reverse map of the railroad route (Pick S598), pencil annotation in top margin, central crease and one corner crease, but a lovely fresh and original good extremely fine, scarce in this grade £1,500-2,000 215


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x1036 Vladikavaz Railroad Company, 10,000 rubles, 1 September 1919, serial nmber A2470, black and brown, steam train at low centre, arms at top right, value at top and bottom left, and far right, reverse map of the railroad route (Pick S599), completely original, about uncirculated and an extremely impressive note, exceptionally rare, especially in this grade £8,000-10,000

1038 Federation of Socialist Soviet Republics of Transcaucasia, Currency Tokens issues, a group comprising 1000 rubles, 1923 first issue, 100,000, 250,000, 500,000 and 10,000,000 rubles, 1923 second issue, and 50,000,000 and 100,000,000 rubles, 1924 issue (Pick S611, S626, S627, S628, S631, S633, S636), generally extremely fine, the 100,000 and 500,000 rubles very fine, becoming scarce (7) £150-200

1037 Federation of Socialist Soviet Republics of Transcaucasia, first currency token issues, 1000 rubles, 1923, serial number A-00009, 25, 000 rubles, 1923, serial number A-02041, 500, 000 rubles, 1923, serial number B-08161 (Pick S611, 615, 619), first, minute piece missing top left corner, very fine or better, second and third, extremely fine, an interesting group (3) £150-200

1039 Transcaucasia, a group of the 1923 issues, comprising first issue, 10000 (2), 50000, 100000, 250000 and 500000 rubles, and the second issue, 1000000, 5000000 and 10000000 rubles, all with building at centre, value to left and right, reverse arms at centre (Pick S613-614, 616-618, 629-631), fine to very fine (9) £100-150

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1040 Russia Transcaucasia, Baku City Management, 25 rubles, 1918, black on purple and light brown underprint, also postage style stamp money, 5 kopeks, ND (1918), olive green, arms at upper centre, value at centre (Pick S725, 726), first, folds and some discolouration, good fine, second about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £80-120

1043 Government Bank, Russia, committee savings loan notes issue, 200 rubles, 1917 (1919), green and black, 200 rubles, 1917 (1919), orange and black, both with woman with child top centre, value left and right, (Pick S886, S890), crisp, fresh, exremely fine or better, retaining vibrant colour, a great addition to any collection (2) £100-150

1041 Siberia & Urals, Government Debenture Obligations, 50 rubles, 1919, serial number AA0065, black on green underprint, 1000 rubles, 1919, serial number 2276, red brown on green underprint, 25 rubles (2), 1919, serial numbers A-A0165, AA0199, black on blue underprint, 250 rubles, 1919, serial number 9232, black and light brown on pink underprint (Pick S841, 850, 859, 861), mixed grades ranging from good to extremely fine, a pleasant group (6) £120-180 1044 Krasnoyarsk Territory, Russia, 25 rubles, 1919, black on purple and grey underprint, (Pick S970a), irregular cut margins, pencil annotation top right, very fine or better £100-150 1045 Ashkhabad National Bank, 25, 50 (2), 100 (3) and 250 (3) rubles, 1919, black on various block colour underprints, arms at centre, also Archangel, Chaikovskii Government, 10, 20 and 50 kopeks, 1919 small change issue, green and red, brown and green and blue and yellow respectively, arms at centre, flanked by values, also 50 kopeks, 1919 revalidated issue, with perforations (Pick S1143-1146, S131, 132, 133, 151), very good to about very fine (13) £230-280

1042 Siberia, 25, 50, 250, 500 and 1000 rubles, 1919, all with double headed eagle at left, value on the outside (Pick S839, 840, 852, 857, 858) fine to very fine (5) £80-120

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WORLD BANKNOTES 1049 State Credit Notes, Russia, 100 rubles, 1898, black on light brown underprint, reverse multicolour, 500 rubles, 1989, black on light green, reverse multicolour, 100 rubles (4), 1910, dark brown on light brown and multicolour underprint, 500 rubles (2), 1912, black on green and multicolour underprint, (Pick 5c, 6c, 13b, 14b), varying grades from good to very fine (8) £180-230 1046 Far Eastern Republic, Russia, 10 rubles, 1920, serial number AA 01003, red on salmon pink, reverse sheaf of wheat, anchor and pickaxe at centre (Pick S1204), about uncirculated to uncirculated, an excellent example, rare £100-150

1047 Nikolaevsk-on-Amur Branch Government Bank, Russia, 250 rubles (3), 1000 rubles (3), 1920, first black and red-brown, second black and green, black handstamp at low left (Pick S1291, S1293), one 1000 very good, others generally very fine (6) £120-170

1050 State Credit Notes, Russia, 50 rubles (2), 1899, serial numbers AK 817233 and AN 259006, portrait Nicholas I at left, 3 rubles, 1905, serial number AS 228522, 5 rubles (2), 1909, blue black on light blue, vertical format, 10 rubles (4), vertical format, olive green on salmon pink underprint, 25 rubles, 1909, black on multicolour underprint, reverse portrait Alexander III at right (Pick 8c, d, 9c, 10b, 11c, 12b), varying grades good fine to extremely fine (10) £120-170 1051 A group of Russian notes, comprising state credit notes, 1 ruble, ND (1915 old date 1898) (3), blue on brown underprint, treasury small change notes, 2, 3, 5, 50 kopeks, ND (1915), government credit note, 250 rubles, 1917, black on lilac underprint, government credit note, 1000 rubles, 1917, dark brown on green underprint, reverse multicolour, treasury notes, 20 rubles, 40 rubles, ND (1917), also state currency notes, 1 ruble, 1922, orange and brown, 50 kopek coin image, NDS (1923), blue on cream (Pick 15a, 25, 26, 27, 31, 36, 37, 38, 39, 146, 155), grades ranging from very fine to about uncirculated, a very interesting and collectable group (13) £130-180 1052 Postage Stamp Currency, Russia, 1 kopek (1), ND (1916-1917), brown orange, one without overprint, 2 kopeks (2), ND (1915), green, 3 kopeks (3), 1915, red, 10 kopeks, ND (1915), blue, 15 kopeks, brown and 20 kopeks, light green (Pick 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23), extremely fine to about uncirculated, a desirable and interesting group (10) £80-130 1053 Russia, a group of small change and postage stamp currency, comprising 2, 10, 15 and 20 kopeks, 1915, 1, 2, 3, 5 and 50 kopeks, 1915, 20 and 40 rubles, 1917, and 1, 2, 3 and 5 rubles, 1919, also Siberia, 50 kopeks, 1919, orange (Pick 18, 21-27, 31, 38-39, 8185, S828), last fine, others extremely fine or better (17) £50-70

1048 Russia, State Credit Notes, 100 rubles, 1898 (19031909), serial number 017624, black on tan underprint, Catherine II at left, Timashev signature, also 1 ruble, 1898 and 3 rubles (2), 1905 (Pick 5b, 1, 9), first original very fine, others fine to very fine (4) £100-150 WWW.SPINK.COM

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON 1054 State Treasury notes, Russia, a nearly full set of the 1918 issue, comprising 1, 3, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 250, 500, 1000 and 5000 rubles, as well as a set of the 1919 currency note issues, comprising 15, 30, 60, 100, 500, 1000 and 5000 rubles (Pick 86-96, 98-101, 103105), most good very fine to good extremely fine, a few fine (19) £120-160 1055 State Treasury Notes, Russia, 50 rubles, 1918, serial number AA-085, 250 rubles, 1918, AG-603, 1000 rubles, 1918, serial number AA-012, also currency notes, 60 rubles, ND (1919), 5000 rubles, 1919 (1920), serial number TE 958998, 10, 000 rubles, 1919 (1920), serial number TXX 568202, 100 rubles, 1921, 1, 000 rubles, 1921, 10, 000 rubles, 1921, serial number AB-050, 50, 000 rubles (2), 1921, serial numbers GG-089 and GG-149 (Pick 91, 93, 95, 100, 105a, 106a, 109, 112a, 114, 116a), various grades from fine to about uncirculated, a superb group (11) £120-150

1060 Russian Spitsbergen, sets of the 1961 and 1979 issues, each comprised of 1, 2, 3, 5, and 10 kopeks (Pick not listed), 1961 series about uncirculated, 1917 10 kopeks very fine, others uncirculated (10) £150-200

RWANDA AND BURUNDI

1056 State Currency Notes, Russia, 10, 000 rubles (4), 1919, blue and yellow on multicolour underprint, also, State Currency Note, 1 chervonetz (2), 1926, dark grey on pale pink and green underprint, (Pick 106, 198), first four, central folds, very fine or better, fifth and sixth, folds and some discolouration, otherwise, very fine £150-200

†1061 Banque d’Emission du Rwanda et du Burundi, specimen colour trial 50 francs, ND (c.1960), serial number A000000, green and violet, lioness at centre right, value at lower left and upper right, reverse value repeated three times set in ornate geometric patterns, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 4ct), uncirculated, very scarce £250-350

1057 State Currency Notes, Russia, a set of the 1921 issue comprising 25, 50, 1000, 5000, 25000, 50000 and 100000 rubles, also State Currency Notes, a set of the 1922 issue comprising 1, 3, 10, 25, 50, 100 and 500 rubles (Pick 110-113, 115-117, 127, 128, 130-132, 136), good fine to extremley fine (14) £120-160 1058 State Currency Notes, Russia, 1, 3, 5, 10 and 25 rubles, 1922, all small size vertical format notes, arms at top centre, and 50 rubles, 1923, perforated edges, also 1 (2), 5, 10, 25, 50, 500 and 1000 rubles, 1923 second issue (Pick 146-150, 155, 163-167, 169-170), fine to extremely fine (14) £150-200 1059 Russia, a group comprising, small change notes, 1, 2 and 3 rubles, 1924, State Currency notes, 3 rubles, 1925, 1 chervontz, 1926, 5 chervontsev, 1928, and 5 chervontsa, 1937, also State Treasury notes, 1 gold ruble, 1928 (Pick 189, 191-193, 198, 204, 206, 220), good very fine to extremely fine (8) £160-200

†1062 Banque d’Emission du Rwanda et du Burundi, specimen colour trial 100 francs, ND (c.1960), serial number L000000, brown on pale green and tan underprint, zebu at left, value in guilloche at right, reverse value repeated three times set in ornate geometric patterns, overprinted SPECIMEN in red diagonally on obverse and reverse, two punch holes (Pick 5ct), uncirculated, very scarce £250-350

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†1063 Banque d’Emission du Rwanda et du Burundi, specimen colour trial 1000 francs, ND (c.1960), purple on multicoloured underprint, zebra at right, value at left and lower right, reverse value repeated three times set in ornate geometric patterns, overprinted SPECIMEN in red diagonally on obverse and reverse, two punch holes (Pick 7ct), about uncirculated to uncirculated, rare £350-450

†1065 Government of Saint Helena, specimen proof £5, ND (1975), serial number H000000, three signatures in overlay traces, blue on light brown underprint, view of Jamestown harbour and island at left, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse stylised £ sign and value at centre, arms with incorrect spelling ANGLAE in motto at left, ship shield at right, one punch hole; also printer’s photographic black and white reverse proof £5 (2), ND (1979) with corrected spelling of ANGLIAE, and original envelope, one punch hole [Pick 7asp, 7 reverse proofs (2)], ink comments dates and annotations, otherwise about uncirculated and extremely rare in this format (3) £150-250

SAINT HELENA

†1064 Government of Saint Helena, specimen proof £1 (2), ND (1975), the first no serial numbers and no signatures, the second serial number A000000 and three signatures all in overlay traces, both deep olivegreen on orange underprint, view of island with sailing ships at left, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse stylised £ sign at centre, arms with incorrect spelling ANGLAE in motto at left, ship shield at right, one punch hole [Pick 1sp (2)], ink comments on both copies and annotations ‘As submitted 30-6-1975’ on first copy and ‘As submitted 17-9-1975’ on second copy, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated and extremely rare in this format (2) £100-150

Lot 1065

†1066 Government of Saint Helena, specimen proof £10, ND (1978), serial number A/1 000000, signature 1, pale red on multicoloured underprint, view of the island at left, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse arms set in ornate pattern (Pick 8sp-error signature and prefix), ink annotations ‘Wrong sigs and prefix’ and ‘As submitted 10.8.78’ in top margin, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated and an excessively rare copy with incorrect prefix and signature £200-300

†1067 Government of Saint Helena, a group of specimen proofs of the ND (1976-79) Issues, all zero serial numbers, comprising 50 pence (2), purple; £1, olivegreen; £5, signature 1, blue, incorrect spelling of ANGLAE; and £10, signature 2, pale red, all portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, island views at left, reverse arms, value and patterns, one punch hole; also original envelope used for submission of proofs [Pick 5sp (2), 6sp, 7asp, 8asp], ink annotations and approval dates in top margins, the £1 otherwise good extremely fine, the remainder about uncirculated to uncirculated and extremely rare in this format (5) £300-400

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SARAWAK

1068 A mixed group of notes including, Government of Saint Helena, 50 pence, prefix V/1, violet, £1, prefix A/1, olive, £5, prefix H/1, turquoise, and £20, brown, prefix A/1, all ND (1976-1981), all Elizabeth II and arms, Tresorerie de Noumea, New Caledonia, 1 franc, 29 March 1943, serial number 209655, blue and white, mining scenes, reverse blue and white, Cross of Lorraine and stag head at centre, Litzmannstadt, additional lunch scrip (‘Zus-Mittag’), black text on brown paper with red handstamp ‘Nachtarbeit’, and Merchants Change Association, unissued 50 cents, Brooklyn, July 1862, black and white with blue protector at centre (Pick 5a, 6a, 7b, 10, 55b, Campbell 4237f), grades range from extremely fine to uncirculated (7) £180-230

SAINT THOMAS AND PRINCE †1069 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Angola, printer’s archival specimen 10 centavos with counterfoil, 5 November 1914, serial run 0, 000, 000 to 2, 700, 000, purple on multicoloured underprint, value at left, arms at right, green overprint LOANDA at upper centre, steamship seal Type I at lower centre, reverse blue on yellow and pale green underprint, allegorical woman looking out at sailing ships, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 13s), mounting traces, ink date ‘22. 6. 18’ and annotation in top margin, of 10 centavos, otherwise choice about uncirculated, very scarce £80-120

1071 Sarawak, a vignette of Sir Charles Vyner Brook, similar to that used on the Government notes of 1929 onwards, black and white, laid down on card with hand annotations in pen on obverse, reverse with short dated biography in pencil, very rare and an interesting alternative vignette £600-800

†1070 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Saint Thomas and Prince, printer’s archival specimen 50 escudos, 1 January 1921, Provincia de S. Tome e Principe, serial number run 010,001 to 016,000, brown-orange on pale blue and yellow-green underprint, portrait of Francisco Oliveira de Chamico at left, steamship seal at right, arms at lower centre, value in each corner, reverse seated allegorical woman looking out at sailing ships, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 24s), ink date ‘3. 11. 21’ and annotation in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine, rare £250-350

1072 Sarawak, an embossed seal on paper, signed by Sir Charles Vyner Brook, hand coloured yellow, arms at centre, signed ‘C.V. Brook Rajah of Sarawak’, very rare and a lovely item £800-1,200

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1073 Government of Sarawak, $1, 1 July 1929, serial number A/2 167,380, dark purple on tan, green and blue underprint, Vyner Brook at top right, palm trees at left, value at centre and each corner, reverse purple, arms at centre, value at left and right (Pick 14), absolutely original with embossing still visible on serial numbers, one corner crease, about uncirculated and rare in this grade £1,000-1,500

x1074 Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority, 10 riyals, ND (1954), serial number 9/148983, dark green on multicolour underprint, dhows at centre, reverse, palm tree with crossed swords at left and right (Pick 4), faint central fold, otherwise extremely fine to about uncirculated £150-200

SEYCHELLES

1075 Government of Seychelles, emergency issue 5 rupees, Mahe, 20 June 1942, serial number 00888, black text on cream parchment like paper, embossed seal at centre, value at centre, red manuscript signature of Morgan low right (Pick 5A, Schwan-Boling 4901), vertical and corner folds, good very fine and extremely rare £2,000-2,500 WWW.SPINK.COM

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON x1076 Government of Seychelles, 1 rupee, ND (1936), serial number B/1 40258, signature Arthur Francis Grimble, greenish grey and red, King George V at right, value in each corner, uniface (Pick 2f), mounting stains in all four corners, otherwise fine £60-90

1079 Government of Seychelles, specimen 1 rupee, 7 July 1943, serial number A/1 000000, red text on grey paper, George VI at left, Morgan signature (Pick 7a), ink date 8/11/42 low right and FILE handstamp, good extremely fine, rare £700-1,000

†1077 Government of Seychelles, a group of individually hand-coloured uniface bromide prints, all dated 1 July 1927, all serial number A/1 00000, signature Joseph Byrne, comprising 5 rupees, lilac brown and green; 10 rupees, green and red; 50 rupees, brown-ochre and blue, all portrait of King George V in profile at right, guilloche at centre, value in each corner (Pick 3, 4, 5 for types), all with earlier 1927 date and earlier Byrne signature than issued notes, about uncirculated to uncirculated, a very desirable set, unique (3) £400-600

1080 Government of Seychelles, specimen 5 rupees, 7 April 1942, serial number A/3 00000, green and lilac, and 10 rupees, 7 April 1942, serial number A/1 75773, red and green, both George VI at left, Morgan signature low centre (Pick 8, 9), first, perforated CANCELLED, ink date 31/2/1 in top margin, extremely fine, rare, second, good very fine (2) £500-700

1078 Government of Seychelles, specimen 50 cents, 7 July 1943, serial number A/1 000000, violet and green, George VI at left, Morgan signature (Pick 6a), ink date 8/11/43 low right and FILE handstamp, good extremely fine, rare £700-1,000

1081 Government of Seychelles, specimen 50 rupees, 7 April 1942, serial number A/1 00000, blue and brown, George VI at left, Morgan signature low centre (Pick 10), ink date ‘11.1.44’ in top margin, small SPECIMEN stamp low right, perforated CANCELLED, mounting traces, good extremely fine, very rare £500-800 22


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†1082 Government of Seychelles, specimen colour trial 5 rupees (2), ND (c.1968), no serial numbers, no signature, blue-green on multicoloured underprint, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, Seychelles black parrot at left, reverse value in guilloche at top right, geometric patterns at left, overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole [Pick 14ct (2)], choice about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £150-200

x1083 Government of Seychelles, 5 rupees, 1 January 1968, serial number A/1 360665, signature H. S. NormanWalker, brown, green and pink, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse geometric patterns; 10 rupees, 1 January 1968, serial number A/1 344209, signature H. S. Norman-Walker, blue, green and pale lilac, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, sea tortoise at left, reverse geometric patterns (Pick 14a, 15a), both usual light indentations alongside security threads, otherwise choice about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £250-300

Lot 1084

†1084 Government of Seychelles, printer’s archival specimen 10 rupees, 1 January 1974, serial run A/1 350001 to 450000, signature Colin Hamilton Allan; also specimen colour proof 10 rupees, ND (1974), no serial numbers, no signature, both light blue on multicoloured underprint, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II in regalia of the Order of the Garter at right, sea tortoise at lower left, reverse value in ornate geometric pattern (Pick 15bs, 15s proof), mounting traces, ink date ‘21. 3. 74’ and annotations on both copies, the first otherwise good very fine, the second about uncirculated and both rare in this format (2) £150-200

†1085 Government of Seychelles, specimen 20 rupees, 1 January 1971, serial number A/1 000000, signature Bruce Greatbatch, purple on multicoloured underprint, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II in regalia of the Order of the Garter at right, skink lizard, sooty tern and coral at lower left, reverse value in ornate geometric pattern, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 16bs), ink letter ‘A’ in lower right corner, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated, very scarce £160-220

†1086 Government of Seychelles, specimen 50 rupees, 1 January 1968, serial number A/1 000000, signature Hugh Selby Norman-Walker, olive-green on multicoloured underprint, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II in regalia of the Order of the Garter at right, sailing ship at left, reverse value in ornate geometric pattern, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 17as), ink letter ‘B’ in lower right corner, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated, very scarce £260-340 WWW.SPINK.COM

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON †1087 Government of Seychelles, specimen 50 rupees, 1 October 1970, serial number A/1 000000, signature Bruce Greatbatch, olive-green on multicoloured underprint, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II in regalia of the Order of the Garter at right, sailing ship at left, reverse value in ornate geometric pattern, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 17cs), ink letter ‘B’ in lower right margin, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated and a rare date, particularly as a specimen £300-400

†1088 Government of Seychelles, printer’s archival specimen 50 rupees, 1 August 1973, serial run A/1 160001 to 210000, signature Bruce Greatbatch; also specimen colour proof 50 rupees, ND (1973), no serial numbers, no signature, both olive-green on multicoloured underprint, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II in regalia of the Order of the Garter at right, sailing ship at left, reverse value in ornate geometric pattern (Pick 17es, 17s proof), mounting traces, ink date ‘7. 9. 73’ and annotations on both copies, the first otherwise good very fine, the second about uncirculated and both rare in this format (2) £400-600

†1089 Government of Seychelles, specimen colour trial 100 rupees, ND (c.1968), no serial numbers, no signature, blue and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, two giant tortoises under a veloutye shrub at centre left, reverse value set in geometric patterns, overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 18ct), mounting traces, otherwise good extremely fine and rare £700-90 225


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SINGAPORE

†1090 Government of Seychelles, printer’s archival specimen 100 rupees, 1 June 1975, serial run A/1 075001 to A/1 100000, signature Colin Hamilton Allan, red and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, two giant tortoises under a veloutye shrub at centre left, reverse value set in geometric patterns, (Pick 18es), ink date ‘8. 5. 75’ and annotations in top margin, mounting traces, otherwise very fine and rare £350-450

†1091 Government of Seychelles, printer’s archival specimen 100 rupees, 1 January 1972, serial run A/1 025001 to 050000, signature Bruce Greatbatch; also specimen colour proof 100 rupees, ND (1972), no serial numbers, no signature, both red on multicoloured underprint, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II in regalia of the Order of the Garter at right, land turtles at lower left, reverse value in ornate geometric pattern (Pick 18cs, 18s proof), mounting traces, ink date ‘10. 2. 72’ and ink annotations on both copies, otherwise both good very fine to about extremely fine and very rare in this format (2) £1,000-1,200

x1092 Republic of Singapore, $5, ND (1967), serial number A/8 496195, green and multicoloured, orchid and arms in field, Lim Kin San signature, also specimen $10000, ND (1999), gold, Yusof bin Ishak at right, arms top left (Pick 2a, 44s, BCCS B2a, 38as, Tan E2), in PCGS holders 58, PPQ, 65 gem new (2) £250-300

1093 Board of Commissioners of Currency, Singapore, 100 dollars (3), ND (intro 1985), consecutive serial numbers A/16 393359/61, orange and brown on multicolour, passenger shop centre left, reverse Changi airport, also 2 dollars (3), ND (intro 1991), pink on multicolour, boats at centre, reverse procession (BCCS B24b Pick 23, BCCS B20a, Pick 27), about uncirculated (6) £100-150 1094 Board of Commissioners of Currency, Singapore, 2 dollars, ND (1981), serial number NR819929, 10 dollars, ND (1988), serial number C/26 108991, 100 dollars, ND (intro 1985), serial number A/16 393357, all depicting different types of boat on front (BB BCCS B20a, BCCS B22, BCCS B24b, Pick 27, 20, 23) first and third, about uncirculated to uncirculated, second, very fine or better (3) £100-150

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1095 Board of Commissioners of Currency, Singapore, 100 dollars (3), ND (intro 1985), consecutive serial numbers A/16 393363/4, brown and red on multicolour, passenger ship centre left, reverse Changi airport (BCCS B24, Pick 23), about uncirculated to uncirculated (3) £180-230

1097 The Civil Commissioner, Bulawayo, six pence (2), postage stamp on card, 1900, black text on card, manuscript signature and administrator’s official stamp in purple, also “Beaconsfield Siege Soup - Town Hall Depot. Two Pints.” card, ND, blue “order for milk”, ND very fine, an historically interesting group (4) £150-200

SOUTH AFRICA

1096 Mafeking Siege Note, South Africa, 2 shillings, February 1900, serial number B 10049, blue text on flimsy white paper, arms top centre, Greener handstamped signature low right, embossed seal at centre (Pick S652b), pinholes and central crease, otherwise a fresh extremely fine and scarce in this grade £250-350

1098 De Nationale Bank der Zuid-Afrikanische Republiek, specimen 5 pond, 189-, serial number B-, black and white, value in central panel, President Kuger at left, arms top centre, value at each corner, no signatures, hole punched “SPECIMEN C SKIPPER & EAST” low right (Pick 49s), top left corner damaged, nevertheless very fine to about extremely fine, scarce £1,800-2,000

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1099 De Nationale Bank der Zuid-Afrikanische Republiek, 5 pond, 1 June 1898, serial number B89803, black and white, value in pink central panel, President Kuger at left, arms top centre, value at each corner, three manuscript signatures below (Pick 49a, Hern 281), split and rejoined almost certainly for transport security, uncancelled thus rare. About fine £3,000-4,000 1100 Anglo-Boer War Government Note, South Africa, £1 (2), 28 May 1900, serial numbers 476 and 13188, green-grey on cream, arms at left, also 10 shilling postal order, ND (1898), purple on cream, stamped several times on obverse, £1 (2), postal order, olive green on cream, several stamps on obverse (Pick 54), very fine, an interesting group £150-200

1101 Anglo-Boer War Government Note, South Africa, £50, 28 May 1900, serial number 1104, green-grey on cream, arms at left (Pick 58), extremely fine or better, scarce £150-200

†1102 South African Reserve Bank, printer’s archival specimen £5 (2), 3 April 1944 and 4 April 1944, serial runs B/24 000001 to B/24 1000000 and B/25 000001 to B/25 1000000 respectively, both Postumus signature, green, pink and pale orange, galleon at left, allegorical South African scenes at lower centre and lower right, reverse arms and value at centre, perforated SPECIMEN [Pick 86bs (2)], mounting traces, ink date ‘27. 7. 43’ and ink annotations on both copies, otherwise both about uncirculated, and an extraordinary opportunity to acquire a rare pair of specimens with the last two consecutive dates for this signature (2) £500-700

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON 1106 South African Reserve Bank, £1 (2), 22 April 1949, serial numbers B32 038758 and B32 038760, also 2 rand (2), ND (1962-65), serial numbers B183 798712 and B199 424771, all blue on multicolour, portrait Jan van Riebeeck at left, ships at right, reverse lion at centre (Pick 93c, 105b), first two, uncirculated, third, slight folds, otherwise extremely fine, fourth, uncirculated £150-200 1107 South African Reserve Bank, £1 (2), 1 November 1955, consecutive serial numbers B217 040787/8, also £1 (2), 22 October 1957, consecutive serial numbers B305 257408/9, blue on multicolour, portrait Jan van Riebeeck at left, ships at right, reverse lion at centre (Pick 93e), all uncirculated £100-150

†1103 South African Reserve Bank, specimen 10 shillings, 21 July 1959, date with month by number, serial number Y/1 000000, signature de Kock, brown and multicoloured, Jan van Riebeeck at left, first line of text in Afrikaans, reverse arms, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, two punch holes; also specimen £5, 21 November 1948, serial number C/1 000000, green and brown, Jan van Riebeeck at left, first line of text in Afrikaans, the Great Trek at lower centre, reverse galleon, one punch hole (Pick 91ds, 95s), ink dates and annotations in top margins, the first otherwise good extremely fine, the second nick in right margin, otherwise good very fine (2) £150-200

1108 South African Reserve Bank, £1 (8), 25 February 1955, consecutive serial numbers B202 933682/89, blue on multicolour, portrait Jan van Riebeeck at left, ships at right, reverse lion at centre, (Pick 93e), all uncirculated, a pleasant consecutive group (8) £200-230

1104 South African Reserve Bank, 10 shillings (2), 10 April 1948, serial numbers A/1045545 and A/1248196, also 10 shillings (2), 22 January 1958, serial numbers A/155897395 and A/155897399, red brown on multicolour underprint, Jan van Riebeeck at left, reverse lion at centre (Pick 91a, d), uncirculated £150-180

†1109 South African Reserve Bank, printer’s specimen proof £100, 15 April 1949, manuscript alteration to 29.1.52, serial number C/10 000000, manuscript alteration to E/1 000000, blue, brown and multicoloured, Jan van Riebeeck at left, galleon at right, first line of text in English, reverse arms, value in guilloches with acanthus scrolls at lower left and lower right, two punch holes (Pick 100s), ink annotations ‘As submitted May 23rd 1951’ and ‘Approved Letter 15/6/51’ in top margin, some excess printer’s ink, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated and excessively rare in this format £1,000-1,500

†1105 South African Reserve Bank, printer’s archival specimen £1, 12 April 1949, serial run B/28 000001 to B/28 1000000, signature de Kock, thick paper variety, blue and multicoloured, Jan van Riebeeck at left, his arrival at The Cape at lower right, first line of text in Afrikaans, reverse arms, perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 93bs), ink date ‘8. 2. 49.’ and annotations including ‘thick paper’ in top margin, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated and very rare £250-350

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†1110 South African Reserve Bank, printer’s specimen proof £100, 15 April 1949, manuscript alteration to 29.1.52, serial number C/10 000000, manuscript alteration to E/1 000000, blue, brown and multicoloured, Jan van Riebeeck at left, galleon at right, first line of text in Afrikaans, reverse arms, value in guilloches with acanthus scrolls at lower left and lower right, two punch holes (Pick 101s), ink annotations ‘As submitted May 23rd 1951’ and ‘Approved Letter 15/6/51’ in top margin, some excess printer’s ink, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated and excessively rare in this format £1,000-1,500

†1111 South African Reserve Bank, a group of specimen proofs, ND (1959), all serial number 123456 at upper left and 789012 at lower right, all no signature, all Jan van Riebeeck at left, all first line of text in Afrikaans, comprising 10 shillings, brown and multicoloured, reverse arms; £1, blue and multicoloured, reverse arms; £5, green and brown, reverse galleon; and £10, brown-violet and green, reverse mining scene, all one punch hole (Pick 91s, 93s, 97s, 99s), printed date ‘1510-59 as submitted’ and ink annotations including ‘Approved for style & size of numbering only for rand notes’ in margins, ink circles around serial numbers, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated and a fascinating excessively rare set of proofs relating to the change of currency from pounds to rand (4) £400-600

†1112 South African Reserve Bank, specimen proof 1 rand (2), ND (1960), both serial number A/1 123456 at upper left and A/1 789012 at lower right, both signature de Kock, brown and multicoloured, Jan van Riebeeck at left, the first note first line of text in English, the second note first line of text in Afrikaans, reverse arms, one punch hole (Pick 103as, Pick 103s but unissued), printed date ‘15-1-60 as submitted’ and ink annotations in margins relating to approval, also deletion of full stops, the first otherwise about uncirculated, the second very fine and excessively rare (2) £300-500

†1113 South African Reserve Bank, a group of progressive proofs for a 20 rand, ND (1982), all with security thread, comprising uniface proof with obverse underprint only; uniface proof with obverse underprint and building only; proof with underprint and building on obverse, underprint only on reverse; proof (2) with underprint and building on obverse, galleons at left, arms at right on obverse; complete proof, signature Gerhard de Kock, Jan Riebeeck at left, building at centre, reverse galleons at left, arms at right [Pick 121c proofs (6)], mounting traces, ink annotations and various 1982 dates in margins, otherwise extremely fine or better and a rare group (6) £100-200

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SPAIN

†1114 South African Reserve Bank, a group of specimen proof 20 rand (3), ND (1982), all signature Gerhard de Kock, Jan Riebeeck at left, building at centre, reverse galleons arriving at The Cape at left, arms at right, with security thread, the first no serial numbers, the second printer’s archival copy, serial run D1/36 000001 to D2/16 1000000, the third serial number D1/36 000000, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse [Pick 121cs (3)], mounting traces, ink annotations and various 1982 dates in margins, the first otherwise about uncirculated, the second good extremely fine, the third about extremely fine (3) £120-160

1117 El Banco de Espana, obverse and reverse printers archival photographs for a 50 pesetas, maiden at centre, 100 escudos, 1909, maiden at centre, cherub at left and right and 500 escudos, maiden at left, Fernando VI at right (Pick unrecorded), (6) £200-300

1115 South African Reserve Bank, 1 rand (5), ND (196265), dark brown on multicolour, also, 1 rand (2) ND (1967), consecutive serial numbers Z35048002/3, red brown on multicolour underprint, all Jan van Riebececk at left, reverse lion at centre and agricultural scene respectively (Pick 103b, 110b), all fresh, crisp and uncirculated (7) £80-130

SOUTHERN RHODESIA †1118 El Banco de Espana, a registration proof for 25 pesetas, ND (1931), brown, green and orange underprint only on obverse, lilac and blue underprint only on reverse, watermark of woman in Phrygian cap, one punch hole; also original envelope, used for watermark registration, dated 9 November 1931 (Pick 81 for type) extremely fine, attractive and very rare £80-120

x1116 Southern Rhodesia Currency Board, specimen £5, 1 January 1948, serial number C/11 000001-C/11 100000, blue and multicoloured, George VI at right, mining scene low centre, Thornton and Bessle signatures, £5 in white script at centre, reverse blue, arms and Victoria falls, gazelle head at left (Pick 11s), ink date in top margin, perforated SPECIMEN, very slight mounting traces, good extremely fine, attractive and rare £400-500 21


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x1121 Government of the Straits Settlements, 10 cents, 14 October 1919, serial number E/70 68372, green, beige and red, arms top centre, Pountney signature (Pick 8, GSS B17b), good extremely fine, scarce £150-200

†1119 Spain, a Bradbury Wilkinson engraved vignette on card of Alfonso XIII in black and white with manuscript signature of the King and date January 1916, historically most unusual and interesting, extremely rare £250-350

x1122 Government of the Straits Settlements, $1, 1 January 1929 (in red), serial number N/27 77667, red and mauve, shoreline at left and right, Shelley signature low centre (Pick 9a, Tan S9b), central crease otherwise an original extremely fine and a scarcer date £500-600

STRAITS SETTLEMENTS SUDAN

x1120 Government of the Straits Settlements, 25 cents, ND (1917), serial number E/1 63203, black on yellow and orange, arms top centre, reverse orange, tiger at centre (Pick 7), central crease, several repairs to margin, otherwise very fine or better, a lovely example, rare £300-400

x1123 Siege of Khartoum, Sudan, 1000 and 2500 piastres, 1884, black text on pale tan card, hectograph signature of General ‘Chinese’ Gordon in field, green circular seal (Pick S107b, 109), good very fine and extremely fine (2) £250-350

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SWEDEN

†1126 Banque de Syrie et du Liban, Syria, specimen 50 livres, 1 September 1939, serial number N/G 010001-N/G 060000, brown and multicoloured, Syria street in Beirut at left, value at each corner, SYRIE in margin top centre, Berard and Laferriere signatures, orange chevron across face of note, reverse blue and lilac and orange, feluccas and coastline, orange chevron overprint (Pick 44 for type, Djaroueh SY88 for similar), this overprint not listed in Pick or Djaroueh, ink date ‘29.1.43’ in top margin, perforated SPECIMEN, uncirculated and very rare £1,000-1,400

†1124 Westerbottens Enskilda Bank, Sweden, specimen 100 kronor, Umea, 1883, serial number 2000138000, black, brown and blue, Queen Christina top centre, arms at left and right, reverse orange-brown and blue, turreted female head at centre (Pick S709s), perforated SPECIMEN, good extremely fine and rare £400-600

SYRIA 1127 Banque du Syrie et du Liban, Syria, 5 livres, 1 August 1942, serial number Z-E 020111, black on dark green and light green underprint, value at left and right, reverse purple, value at left and right (Pick 46, Djaroueh SY100), fresh and original, very fine and very scarce £500-700

x1125 Banque de Syrie, specimen 50 livres, 1 January 1920, dark blue on multicolour underprint, street scene at left, reverse multicolour, dhows at centre, camels in distant background (Pick 9s, Djaroueh SY10), in PMG holder number 58 apparent, choice about new, perforated cancelled, repair at centre £700-900 1128 Banque du Syrie et du Liban, Syria, 5 livres, 1 August 1942, serial number Z-E 020116, black on dark green and light green underprint, value at left and right, reverse purple, value at left and right (Pick 46, Djaroueh SY100), slight damage at low left, almost very fine, very scarce £300-400

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1129 Banque du Syrie et du Liban, Syria, 5 piastres, 1 August 1942, serial number Z-G 030648, black on dark green and light green underprint, value at left and right, reverse purple, value at left and right (Pick 46), almost very fine, very scarce £300-400

x1132 Banque Centrale de Syrie, colour trial specimen 50 livres, 1958, brown on multicolour underprint, arms at right, reverse, brown, inner yard of Azem Palace in Damascus, bank title in French low centre (Pick 84), in PMG holder number 64, choice uncirculated, please note the PMG Pick number is incorrect and it is as stated above £650-750

TAHITI

x1130 Institut d’Emission de Syrie, specimen 5 livres, ND (1950), serial number B/1 000000, dark orange on multicolour underprint, arms at right, reverse Citadel of Aleppo at centre, diagonal red stamp on obverse and reverse, hole punched (Pick 74s), in PMG holder number 64, choice uncirculated £350-450

x1131 Institut d’Emission de Syrie, specimen 25 livres, ND (1950), serial number D/1 000000, red on multicolour underprint, arms at right, reverse red, ruins of Palmyra at centre left (Pick 76s), in PMG holder number 64, choice uncirculated £400-500

1133 Banque de l’Indochine, Papeete, specimen 5 francs, ND (1927), serial number 0.00 000, brown on light green underprint, helmeted female head at low left, value at upper left and right, reverse text, value at low right (Pick 11bs), perforated SPECIMEN, one corner bend at top left, otherwise about uncirculated and scarce £200-250

1134 Banque de l’Indochine, Papeete, specimen 100 francs, ND (1939-65), serial number O.00 000, multicoloured, woman with wreath and small statue of Athena at centre, value at low centre and low right, reverse Angkor statue (Pick 14bs), perforated SPECIMEN, about uncirculated to uncirculated £250-300

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1135 Banque de l’Indochine, Papeete, specimen 100 francs, ND (1939-65), serial number O.00 000, multicoloured, woman with wreath and small statue of Athena at centre, value at low centre and low right, reverse Angkor statue (Pick 14bs), perforated SPECIMEN, about uncirculated to uncirculated £250-350

1138 Government of Siam, an obverse and reverse archival photograph for a 100 ticals, 15 December 1919, zero serial numbers, value left centre and at each corner, head of King Rama VI Vajiravudh in circular frame top centre, signature 6, reverse Royal arms at centre flanked by value (Pick unrecorded design), there are no notes with portait of Rama VI, this very unusual and an important research piece (2) £700-900 x1139 Government of Thailand, 100 baht (2), ND (1946), prefix E, suffix A, blue and brown, King Rama VIII at left, Garuda bird top left, three headed elephant low right (Pick 67), original, almost extremely fine (2) £150-200

1136 Banque de l’Indochine, Papeete, specimen 1000 francs, ND (1940-57), serial number O.00 000, multicoloured, seated woman at right, market scene at at left, reverse man with spear at right, woman with basket at left (Pick 15bs), lovely and crisp, about uncirculated, attractive and scarce £350-400

TIMOR

x1140 Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Timor, 20 patacas, 1 January 1910, serial number 00035, green and grey, decorative columns right and left, printer BWC (Pick 4), horizontal and vertical folds, discolouration at centre, low serial number, otherwise fine or better, scarce £500-600

x1137 Banque d’Emission d’Outre Mer, Papeete, reverse proof for 5000 francs, on slightly blue-grey paper, ND (1971-85), multicoloured, Bougainville at right, wooden catamaran at centre, flowers at left (Pick 28 for type), one diagonal fold across the left side, thus good extremely fine, scarce and attractive £350-450

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1143 Government of Tonga, 4/-, 1955, serial number C/1 59961 and 10/-, 1956, serial number B/1 91825, brown and green respectively, arms at centre, palm trees and value to left and right (Pick 9c, 10c), fresh and original, about uncirculated and some scarcer dates (2) £100-150

†1141 Government of Tonga, specimen 4 shillings, ND (1941-66), serial number D/1 00000, brown on multicoloured underprint; also specimen 10 shillings, ND (1939-66), serial number C/1 00000, sage green on multicoloured underprint, both arms at centre, palm trees at left and right, reverse ornate guilloches, value in each corner, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 9s, 10s), about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £200-250

†1142 Government of Tonga, specimen 4 shillings, ND (1941-66), serial number D/1 00000, brown on multicoloured underprint; also specimen £1, ND (1940-66), serial number D/1 00000, scarlet on multicoloured underprint, both arms at centre, palm trees at left and right, reverse ornate guilloches, value in each corner, perforated CANCELLED (Pick 9s, 11s), about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £220-280

Lot 1143

x1144 Government of Tonga, 4 shillings, 1942, brown, 1 2 ⁄ paanga (6), 1977, 5 paanga (11), ND (1995), 10 paanga, blue, 20 paanga (5), brown (Pick 9a, 18b, 34a, 34b, 35b), first VG to fine, balance uncirculated (24) £100-150

TRANS-DNIESTER

x1145 Trans-Dniester Republican Bank, a set of specimens from the 2000-2004 issue, comprising 1, 5, 10 and 25 rubles, Alexander Suvorov at left, 50 rubles, Taras Shevchenko at left, 100 rubles, Dmitry Kantemir at left, 200 rubles, Count Petr Rumiantsev-Zadunaiskiy at left, and 500 rubles, Empress Catherine II at left, red SPECIMEN overprint in Cyrillic (Linzmayer TDRB B1as-B8as, Pick 34-41), uncirculated (8) £150-200

x1146 Trans-Dniester Republican Bank, a set of specimens from the 2007 issue, comprising 1, 5, 10 and 25 rubles, Alexander Suvorov at left, 100 rubles, Dmitry Kantemir at left, red SPECIMEN overprint in Cyrillic (Linzmayer TDRB B9as-B12as, B14as, Pick 42-45, 47), uncirculated (5) £100-150

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x1147 Trans-Dniester Republican Bank, a set of specimens from the 2012 issue, comprising 1, 10 and 25 rubles, Alexander Suvorov at left, 50 rubles, Taras Shevchenko at left, and 100 rubles, also 200 rubles, 2004, Count Petr Rumiantsev-Zadunaiskiy at left, Dmitry Kantemir at left, red SPECIMEN overprint in Cyrillic (not listed), uncirculated (6) £150-200

x1150 Banque de l’Algerie et du la Tunisie, specimen 5000 francs, ND (1957-1962), zero serial number, violet, Roman ruins at centre, the Roman Emperor Vespasian at right, reverse Roman mural, perforated “SPECIMEN” at right (Pick 30), in PMG folder number 64, choice uncirculated, EPQ £700-800

x1148 Trans-Dniester Republican Bank, several uncut sheets of specimens of the 2012 issue, comprising 1, 10, 25, 50 and 100 rubles, and a 200 ruble sheet of the 2004 issue, each sheet consistig of 12 notes, all with zero serial numbers on reverse, each note overprinted SPECIMEN in Cyrillic and handstamped NOT FOR PAYMENT (Pick not listed, the 2004 issue Pick 40), uncirculated, rare (6) £1,500-2,000

†1151 Banque Centrale de Tunisie, specimen proof 1 dinar, ND (1957), serial number B/1 123456 in western numerals at lower left and in Arabic numerals at upper right, green on multicoloured underprint, Habib Bourguiba at left, farmer ploughing at lower right, reverse Ben Mitir dam; also obverse uniface proof on unwatermarked paper for 1 dinar, ND (1957), no serial numbers, no signatures, green, Habib Bourguiba at left, farmer ploughing at lower right, both one punch hole (Pick 58s, 58 obverse proof), ink annotations and date ‘11/11/57’ in margins, otherwise extremely fine, rare (2) £100-200

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

1149 Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago, colour trial $20, ND, law of 1964 issue, serial number A 000000, red on multicoloured underprint, Pierce signature low right, all serial number A000000, the Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at centre, reverse pale red, Central Bank building (Pick 29act), perforated, black SPECIMEN overprint, uncirculated, rare £200-300 2


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UKRAINE 1154 Ukrainian National Republic, Central Rada, 100 karbovantsiv, 1917, brown, one signature excised, 10 hryven, 1918, purple-brown, 100 hryven, 1918, blue, farming couple at left and right also 500 hryven, 1918, orange and pale blue-green, head of Ceres top centre, also State Credit notes, 1000 hryven (2), 1918, dark blue and pink and yellow, 2000 hryven, red-brown and pale blue-green (Pick 1, 21a, 22a, 23, 24, 25, 35a), good very fine to extremely fine (9) £180-230

†1152 Central Bank of Turkey, specimen 21⁄ 2 lira, Law of 1930 (1960), zero serials, lilac, Kemal Ataturk at right, reverse light green, central bank building; specimen 50 lira, Law of 1930 (1951), zero serials, brown, Kemal Ataturk at right, reverse statue of soldier, the first overprinted SPECIMEN in red with two specimen De La Rue ovals on obverse and reverse, three punch holes; the second overprinted NUMUNEDIR GECMEZ on obverse, two diagonal red lines on reverse, eight punch holes (Pick 153s, 162s), the first good extremely fine, the second extremely fine (2) £180-260

1155 State Treasury Notes, Ukraine, an interesting group comprising 50 karbowanez (3), ND (1918), green, man at left and woman at right, reverse, green and pink, 1000 karbowanez, ND (1918), dark brown on multicolour underprint, reverse allegorical women at left and right, state note, 5 hryven, ND (1920), black on grey underprint, Ukranian Central Bank 20 karbowanez, 1942, brown and grey (Pick 5, 6, 35b, 41, 53), various grades from good to about uncirculated (6) £100-150

UGANDA

UNITED STATES

†1153 Bank of Uganda, a group of specimen colour trials of the ND (1966) Issue comprising 10 shillings, red, arms at centre, reverse cotton picking; 20 shillings, dark green, arms at left, reverse animals at water hole; and 100 shillings, blue, crowned crane at left, reverse parliament building, all overprinted SPECIMEN horizontally in red or black on obverse and reverse, two punch holes (Pick 2ct, 3ct, 4ct), mounting traces, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated (3) £200-300

1156 Colonial Currency, USA, Georgia $4, 8 June 1777, serial number 62, black and white, stag in circular red seal low right, fine manuscript signatures low left, also $1, 10 September 1777, serial number 1167, black and white, Justitia in red circular seal at right SUSTINE RECTUM text (PS 822, 834), first, mounted at right on reverse, very fine, second, corrosion on one signature otherwise almost very fine, both scarce £300-400

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON 1157 United States of America, a group of notes comprising, Pennsylvania, 10 shillings, 1 October 1773 (PS 2540E), New York ID, February 1790, and continental Currency $6, 2 November 1776, black and white, beaver gnawing tree at left, plus also State of Connecticut army payment bills (2), 1781, 1782, both punch cancelled, Military Payment Certificates, series 461, 5 cents, 50 cents, $1, pale blue and black, all A-A, series 471, 5 cents, 10 cents, $1, blue and pink, all B-B, series 472, 5, 10, 50 cents, $5, blue and black, all C-C, and series 481, 10, 25, 50 cents, $1, all blue and black, D-D, together with $1, series 691, ND (1969), serial number D 03903973D, blue and brown, woman at centre, value at left and right, grades ranging from fair to about uncirculated, a rare and unusual historical group, the latter not issued (21) £300-400

x1160 United States of America, $5, United States note, 1907, red prefix K, black and white, value and seal in pale red at left and right, Andrew Jackson at left, farming family at centre, Speelman and White signatures, reverse green (Friedberg 91), about extremely fine £150-200 x1161 United States of America, $1 silver certificates (4), 1899, black and white, value in blue at left and blue seal at right, Speelman and White signatures, eagle at centre, reverse green, $1, 1923, Washington at centre (Friedberg 236, 237), very fine, last example good extremely fine (4) £150-200

x1158 United States of America, $5 (2), United States note, 1907, red prefix M, black and white, value and seal in pale red at left and right, Andrew Jackson at left, farming family at centre, Speelman and White signatures, reverse green (Friedberg 91), good very fine to about extremely fine £150-200 x1162 United States of America, $2 silver certificate, 1899, blue prefix E, black and white, value in blue at left, seal in blue at right, Napier and McClung signatures, George Washington at centre, reverse green (Friedberg 253), a pleasing and original good very fine £150-200

x1159 United States of America, $5 (2), United States note, 1907, red prefix M, black and white, value and seal in pale red at left and right, Andrew Jackson at left, farming family at centre, Speelman and White signatures, reverse green (Friedberg 91), about very fine (2) £150-180 x1163 United States of America, $1, National currency, Boston, 1918, blue prefix and suffix A, black and white, George Washington at left, blue seal at right, reverse green, eagle at centre (Friedberg 710), in PMG holder 58, ‘choice about unc’ £120-160

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WORLD BANKNOTES 1167 Westerbork Concentration Camp, Holland, 10 cents, lilac, 25 cents, red, 50 cents, blue and brown, and 100 cents, green and brown, 15 February 1944, all factory top centre, Semmeker signature, also prisoner of war camps, 3 pence, serial number A 618772 (Schwan-Boling 1151a, 1152a, 1153a, 1154a, 464, 1051 for type), varying grades from very fine to extremely fine (7), an interesting group £100-150 x1164 United States of America, $20 gold note, ND (1922), gold prefix K, black and white, value in gold at left and right, Washington at centre, Speelman and White signatures, also Federal Reserve $20, 1914, White-Mellon signatures, First National Bank of Huntingdon, $20, 1929, (Friedberg 1187, 979a, 2140), generally fine (3) £100-150

1165 ERROR: United States Federal Reserve, $10 with a printing error, 1969, serial number D21135263A, black and green, Hamilton at centre, value to the right and at each corner, reverse green, US treasury at centre, reverse also incorrectly printed in reverse on the obverse (Pick 451a), about uncirculated, a striking and attractive error, scarce £250-350

x1166 Federal Reserve, USA, $100 (2), Series 2003, district L12, San Francisco, consecutive replacement serial numbers DL 03609003*/04*, black and green, portrait of Benjamin Franklin at centre left, reverse Independence Hall [Pick 519ar (2)], about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £130-160

URUGUAY †1168 Banco de la Republica Oriental del Uruguay, a specimen set, Law of 14 August 1935, all zero serials, all two deleted signatures, comprising 50 centesimos, brown and green, old gaucho at right; 1 Peso, orange, green and blue, Indian with spear at left; 5 pesos, green and red-brown, old gaucho at right; 10 pesos, blue and purple, helmeted warrior at left; 100 pesos, orange and violet, Constitution at left; 500 pesos, violet, blue and brown, Industry at left; and 1000 pesos, green, black blue and brown, Artigas at right, all with two diagonal red lines on obverse and reverse, perforated SIN VALOR (Pick 27s, 28s, 29s, 30s, 31s, 32s, 33s), the first and fifth good extremely fine, the sixth extremely fine, the seventh about extremely fine, the remainder about uncirculated to uncirculated (6) £200-300

†1169 Banco de la Republica Oriental del Uruguay, a group of specimens, Law of 2 January 1939, all series C, zero serials, no signatures, all with security thread, comprising 50 pesos, blue and brown, helmeted warrior at right; 100 pesos, red and brown, Constitution at right; 500 pesos, green and blue, Industry at right; and 1000 pesos, purple and black, Artigas at right, all overprinted SPECIMEN in red with two specimen De La Rue ovals on obverse and reverse, one punch hole in 50 pesos only (Pick 38bs, 39bs, 40bs, 41bs), the first and fourth about uncirculated, the remainder about uncirculated to uncirculated (4) £100-200

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UZBEKISTAN 1170 A group of notes from Uzbekistan, numerous denominations, mostly from the 1990s, all beautifully crisp, bright and colourful about uncirculated to uncirculated, a most pleasing selection (16) £80-130

VENEZUELA x1171 Banco Central de Venezuala, specimen 10 bolivianos, 1972 and specimen 5 bolivianos, ND (1968-74), also and issued 5 bolivanos, 1989 and 10 bolivanos (3), 1990 (Pick 50s, 51s, 61b, 70), some small stains, generally about uncirculated or better (6) £60-80

Lot 1173 1174 Territory of Western Samoa, 10 shillings, Wellington, handstamp date 1940, serial number 30977, black, green and orange, palm tree top centre, value at left and right, manuscript signature low left and right, plus Government of Fiji, 5 shillings, 1 September 1964, prefix C/12, blue-green and lilac, Elizabeth II at right, arms top centre, and Reserve Bank of New Zealand, £1, ND (1940-), prefix 7/P, purple, Captain Cook at right, arms at centre, Hanna signature (Pick 7b, 51d, 159a), first, very good, second, about extremely fine, third, several creases, very fine (3) £150-250

WESTERN SAMOA

†1172 Territory of Western Samoa, printer’s archival specimen 10 shillings, ND (1956), serial run 249001 to 289000, signature title MINISTER OF ISLAND TERRITORIES FOR NEW ZEALAND, black on brown and green underprint, palm tree and beach scene at upper centre, value at left and right, reverse value in ornate guilloches perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 7cs), mounting traces, ink date ‘19/11/56’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine, rare £400-600

†1175 Territory of Western Samoa, specimen £1, Wellington, ND (1951), serial number 145001205000, purple and multicoloured, hut and locals low centre, value at centre and at each corner, ‘MINISTER OF ISLAND TERRITORIES FOR NEW ZEALAND’ title at low left, reverse pale blue, beige and pink, value at centre (Pick 8Aas), ink date ‘10/9/51’ in top margin, good extremely fine and rare £400-600

†1173 Territory of Western Samoa, printer’s archival specimen 10 shillings, ND (1959), serial run 309001 to 559000, signature title HIGH COMMISSIONER, black on brown and green underprint, palm tree and beach scene at upper centre, value at left and right, reverse value in ornate guilloches perforated SPECIMEN (Pick 7ds), mounting traces, ink date ‘20/3/59’ and annotations in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine, rare £350-450

WEST AFRICAN STATES x1176 West African States, 500 francs, Ivory Coast (A), 100 francs, Benin (B), 100 francs Burkina Faso (C), 5000 francs (2), Burkina Faso (C), 100 francs, Togo (T), 100 francs, Benin (B) (Pick 102Am, 201Bb, 301Cf, 308Cb, 308Cf, 801Te, 201Be), almost uncirculated to uncirculated (7) £250-300 241


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YEMEN x1177 Arab Republic of Yemen, 5 rials, ND (1967), serial number A/11 622670, red on multicolour underprint, arms at left, reverse red and grey, Lion of Timma sculpture at right (Pick 2b), in PMG holder number 65, gem uncirculated £100-200

x1178 Arab Republic of Yemen, 10 rials, ND (1964), serial number A/3 606031, blue green on multicolour underprint, arms at left, reverse, grey, dam at right (Pick 3), in PMG holder number 58, choice about uncirculated £150-250

x1181 South Arabian Currency Authority, specimen 10 dinars ND (1967), serial number A100000, olive green on multicolour underprint, Aden harbour in background, dhow at centre, reverse, palm tree at centre, cotton plant at left, corn cobs at right and wheat low centre, red diagonal stamp SPECIMEN obverse and reverse, hole punched (Pick S5), in PMG holder number 64, very choice new £200-300

x1179 Arab Republic of Yemen, 5 rials (2), ND (1969), consecutive serial numbers, 10 rials (2), ND (1969), consecutive serial numbers, pink on multicolour underprint and green on multicolour underprint respectively (Pick 7, 8), crisp, fresh and uncirculated £100-200 x1182 South Arabian Currency Authority, 10 dinars, ND (1967), serial number Y113622, olive green on multicolour underprint, Aden harbour in background, dhow at centre, reverse, palm tree at centre, cotton plant at left, corn cobs at right and wheat low centre (Pick 5), in PMG holder number 65, gem uncirculated, EPQ £200-300 †1180 Yemen Currency Board, specimen colour trial 10 Rials, ND (1969), zero serial numbers, brown-purple and multicoloured, Shadhili Mosque at left, reverse dam; specimen colour trial 20 rials, ND (1971), zero serial numbers, green and purple, Palace on the Rock at left, reverse green and yellow, Sana’a cityscape, both overprinted SPECIMEN horizontally in red or black on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 8ct, 9ct), mounting traces, otherwise uncirculated (2) £160-240

ZAMBIA x1183 Bank of Zambia, 1 kwacha (4), ND (1989), brown, signature 3, 5 kwacha, ND (1976), brown and 20 kwacha (2), ND (1976), blue, all President Kaunda at right (Pick 10b, 21a, 22a, BOZ B10b, 21a, 22a), uncirculated (7) £120-160

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1188 Notgeldschein, a set of the Miltenberg, 15 April 1945 issue comprising 1, 5, 10, 20 and 50 reichsmark, Stuttgard 10 reichsmark, 1945, Heidenheim 10 reichsmark, 1945 and Kassenschein 20 reichsmark, 1945, also German Armed Forces, Auxiliary Payment Certificates, 1 reichspfennig, 5, 10, 50 reichspfennig, plus 1, 2 reichsmark, all ND (1942), together with Wermacht Clearing notes, 1, 5, 10 and 50 reichsmark, 15 September 1944, this pleasing group ranging from very fine to uncirculated (18) £100-200

1184 Province of West Flanders, ‘good fors’ for 1 franc, black text, 5 francs, green, 10 francs, brown and 20 francs, pink, all 1940, handstamp top left, reverse handstamp signature except 20 francs with manuscript signature, all with the spindle hole at centre, also Holland - Amerika Lÿn, 1 gulden, ‘SS Volendam’, green text on orange, 2 December 1949, plus Westerbork Camp, 10, 25, 50 and 100 cents, various colours. A steel cog and factory at centre generally very fine to about uncirculated, scarce (9) £100-200

1189 Prisoner of War notgeld, 5 mark/50 centimes, Avignon, Weriacht, 1921, yellow, black and white, camp scene top left, also Oflag II C, 50 fenigow and 2 mark, 1944, black and white, also Oflag VII-A, 50 pfenig, maroon on pink paper, serial number 60679, Soviet Occupation post World War II, Currency reform issue of 1948, group comprising 1 and 2 Deutschmark mark, 5, 20 and 50 Deutschmark, all 1948, Winterholfswerk (winter relief notes), 1 wreichsmark, March 1941, 50 reichspfennig and 5 marks August 1941, West Germany, emergency issue prepared for use during the Cold War and under threat from the Russians, 10 pfennig, 1 and 2 mark, undated, late 1950’s to early 1960’s a range of grades from very good to uncirculated, an interesting group (15) £100-200

1185 U.N.E.F. United Nations Expeditionary Force, 2 piastres, green and 5 piastres yellow, for use during the Suez crisis, also M.S. Sobieski scrip, One Penny, 1943, red serial number 000665, series B pale blue and white, red arms top centre, issued on the Polish troup ship M.S. Sobieski which saled regularly between New Zealand and Egypt, and M.C.A, North Africa, 1 franc token to be exchanged in any British Y.M.C.A canteen, black and white (Schwan-Boling 4591), fine to extremely fine, rare, very collectable historical items (4) £150-250 1186 Mafeking siege, a button with portrait of Colonel Baden-Powell, a $10 token for the British Transvaal War for the Australian Bushmells Corps, also Channel Islands German Occupation token permitting the growing of 150 tobacco plants and a triangular 5 reichmarks token, plus an Admiral Hipper, 100 unit token for use on the cruiser “Admiral Hippers Kantine” very fine, a wonderful historically important group, most unusual (5) £100-150

1190 Allied Military Currency, a group of notes comprising, 1⁄ 2 , 1, 5, 10, 20 mark, all hyphen mark in front of serial number, also another 20 mark, serial number -000793381, a Forbes printing, 50 marks (3), one replacement and 100 marks (2), one replacement black, blue and red, 1000 marks, green on light blue underprint, all 1944, also 50 lira (3), series of 1943 (2), 1943A, pale blue (PM 14 a.b, 20b), also 100 lira (2), series of 1943, lilac and pale blue (PM 15a, b) (Pick 191c-195c, d, 196b, d, 197b, d, 198), grades from fine to very fine, scarce (17) £150-250

1187 Kriegsgefangen lager III, 2 marks, Munster, 1916, also 1 reichspfennig Konig Frierich August, 50 reichspfennig, 5 reichsmark (2), one stamped CANCELLED and one stamped Oflag XIII, also 2 mark, 5 pfennige, III Army Corps, IX Army Corps, 50 pfennige, 1917, Graudenz 10 pfennige 1918, Lutin, 5 mark, Merseburg 1 pfennig, Gottingen 1 pfennig, Hammerstein 10 mark, a selection of lagergeld comprising 1 reichspfennig (2), 10 and 50 reichspfennig (6), 1 reichsmark (3), 2 reichsmark (4), 5 and 10 reichsmark, also a reichsmark with CANCELLED handstamp, plus German Occupied Territories, Reichs Credit Treasury notes, a set comprising 50 reichspfennig, 1, 2, 5, 20 and 50 reichsmark, ND (1940-1945) mixed grades from good to uncirculated, a large impressive group (40) £100-200

1191 A mixed group including, Malta International response coupon for 6D with handstamp ‘42’, Imperial Reply Coupon, 21⁄ 2 D, Malta, handstamp ‘45’, also Malta Clothing Book of coupons dated 1946, United Nations (UNRAA), 10 cents, 50 cents, both pale green and a $1, pale brown, all are dated 1946 for UNRAA team 569, Scheinfield, C.V.T.S. Sergeants Mess two strips of ONE TOT GIN xxx black text on pink paper, a NAAFI 1⁄ 2 franc token, a 10 pfennig German World War issue with annotation on reverse “ONE GILLETTE RAZOR BLADE 27 August 1942”, US Army Officers Club Gregory Terrace, a 3d. and 6d. note, also an Army Exchange Ration Card European Theatre, 23 September 1946 and a 48 hour pass dated July 1944 and British Armed Forces, 2nd series, 3d, 10/- £1 (3 consecutive serial numbers), 4th series, £1, an eclectic group of historical items £120-180

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WORLD BANKNOTES x1192 Central Bank of Barbados/Barbados/Caymans/ Guyana/Trinidad and Tobago, $2 (2), ND (1973), blue, $5, ND (1973), green, Cayman Islands, $1 and $5, ND (1998), Trinidad and Tobago $1 (5), ND (1977), red, Bank of Guyana, $5 and $100, ND (1966), Kaiteur Falls at right (Pick 30, 36, 31a, 21a, 22a, 30a, 22d, 23b), uncirculated (12) £70-90 x1193 Bank of Mauritius/Seychelles/Tonga, 10 rupees (10), ND (1985), green, Seychelles, 25 rupees (2) and 50 rupees, ND (1989), Tonga $10 (8), ND (1995), pale blue (Pick 35a, 3, 34, 34b), uncirculated (21) £120-160 x1194 The Government of Ceylon/Belize, 25 cents, 1 January 1942, serial number A/3 845350, black text on green underprint, uniface; 5 cents, 1 June 1942, blue-grey, 2 and 3 cent postal card impressions with portrait of King George VI, rouletted down centre, reverse serial number B 495590; 50 cents, 14 July 1942, lilac and multicoloured, King George VI at left, reverse serial number A/22 617295, also Monetary Authority of Belize $1 and $5, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right (Pick 40, 42b, 45a, 38a, 39a), the first extremely fine, the second stain at lower left, slight separation of rouletting, otherwise about uncirculated, the third about extremely fine, fourth and fifth, uncirculated (5) £170-230 1195 British Honduras/Canada/Rhodesia, $1, green and $2, purple, both 1 January 1973, also Reserve Bank of Rhodesia, $1, 1976 and $2, 1977, also Canada $1, 1937 and $20, 1954, ‘Devil’s head’, also Dominion of Canada 25 cents, 1900 (Pick 28c, 29c, 30b, 31b, 58d, 70a, 9b), generally extremely fine or better, last VG (7) £140-180 x1196 Large group of mixed notes including, Reichsbanknote, 1000 marks (4), consecutive serial numbers NR2482701B/NR2482704, National Bank, Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, 1000 dinara (2), Banca Nazionale D’Albania, 20 Ari (3), and a selection of notes from numerous other countries, a varied range of grades from good to extremely fine, a most interesting and eclectic collection £150-200

x1197 An eclectic group of notes, comprising, Straits Settlements, $5, 1935, George V at right, Commonwealth of Australia, £5, ND (1960-65), Franklin at right, Central Bank of Ireland, £5 (2), 1969 and 1975, Lady Lavery at left, Clydesdale Bank Plc, error £10, 2006, with extra paper creases, and Treasury, Warren Fisher £1, first fine, second extremely fine, third and fourth good extremely fine, fifth fine, last very fine, a very interesting little group (6) £250-350 1198 Straits Settlements/Malaya, Sarawak, 10 cents, 1919, Malaya George VI 10 and 20 and 50 cents and $1, 1941, Elizabeth II $1, 1953, rubber tokens, 10 cents (2) for Sarawak and a Kedah 10 cents fine to very fine, last four uncirculated (9) £100-140 x1199 A mixed group of world notes consisting of, a vast arrray of denominations from countries which include Romania, Italy, Lebanon, Greece, Turkey and Germany, dating from 1890 to the 1920s grades vary from poor to very fine, a very useful collection of over 50 items £100-150 1200 A mixed group of Africa, including Banque Centrale et du Congo-Belge et du Ruanda-Urundi, 1000 francs, 15 Febuary 1962, serial number CM 5931478, violet, lilac and pale orange, man at left, canoe and river low centre, orange star top left and right, additional text at right ‘Emission du Conseil Monetaire de la Republique du Congo, reverse purplebrown, waterbuck at centre, Banque de l’Algerie, 5 francs, 1944, 20 francs (2), 7 June 1943, 1941, 50 centimes and 1 franc, violet and green, woman at right, TUNISIE overprint at right 50 francs, 17 June 1940, multicoloured, TUNISIE at right 50 francs, 27 February 1941, as previous also 100 francs, 20 April 1942, man at left Banque de l’Afrique Occidentale, 100 francs, 10 September 1941, serial number H 486861, pale lilac and blue, local couple at centre, Banque de l’Afrique Occidentale, 5 francs, 6 May 1942, multicoloured, man at centre, and Caisse Centrale de la France d’Outre-Mer, 5 francs, ND (1943), blue serial number AN 227606 (Reunion), red and lilac, head of Marianne at centre, Duval and LeClerc signature (Pick 2, 6b, 12a, 13b, 17, 54, 55, 23, 25, 36), differing grades from good to about uncirculated, a useful addition to any collection (12) £300-400

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON x1205 Africa, a selection comprising Tchad, 5000 francs, ND (1984), brown and yellow, woman with basket at right, mask at left, Gambia, 5 dalasi, red, 10 dalasi, green, Mali, 100 francs, 1960, brown, Zaire 1 zaire, 1977, 50 makuta, 1977, red, Kenya, 10 shillings, 1975, 10 shillings (12), 1986, 20 shillings, 1982, 50 shillings (2), 1986, 1988, 200 shillings, 1989, Biafra £1 (20), 1968, Tanzania, 10 shillings, ND (1978), ZY replacement, Ghana 10 shillings, 1963, green and Zaire 1 zaire (3), 5 zaires, 1977, 10 zaires (3), 1982, and 100 zaires, 1983 (Pick 11, 5b, 6d, 2, 16b, 18b, 12a, 20, 21b, 22, 22e, 29a, 5a, 6br, 1d, 18b, 21b, 27, 29a), the Mali fine to very fine, balance uncirculated (52) £220-280

x1201 French Indo-China/South Vietnam, a selection comprising 20 francs, Noumea (New Caledonia), ND (1944), green, South Vietnam 20 dong, ND (1962), brown, 50 dong (2), ND (1956), purple, 50 dong, ND (1966), violet, 20 dong (6), ND (1969), red, 50 dong (5), turqoise, 100 dong, ND (1966), brown, also 50 xu (2), 1 dong (2) and 2 hao (5), ND (1975) (Pick 6a, 7a, 17, 18a, 24a, 30a, 39a, 40a, 78a), generally uncirculated (26) £120-180 1202 An interesting mixed group of world banknotes, including 5 livres, 28 September 1791, 50 livres, 23 May 1793, Banque Nationale de Belgique, 100 francs, 21 October 1925, serial number 1522.A.348, Board of Commissioners of Currency Malaya, 10 cents, 1 July 1941, together with notes from many other countries (Pick A49, A70, 95, 7), a range of grades from good to about uncirculated, a truly eclectic selection (42) £200-300

x1206 Group of world banknotes including, Burma Currency Board, 10 rupees, ND (1945), Bank of Mauritius, 5 rupees, ND (1967), Reserve Bank of Australia, $5 and $10, ND (1974-91), Danmarks Nationalbank, 10 and 20 kroner, 1972 series, Banco de Zaragoza, 100 reales de vellon, 14 May 1857, also Vietnam 5 and 10 dong (Pick 28, 39, 44, 45, 48, 49, s451), grades varying from very fine to uncirculated £200-300

1203 A group of mixed world notes comprising, Polish State Loan Bank, 1⁄ 2 , 1, 10 and 100 marek, 1917, also, Occupation of Lithuania, World War II, 20 kopeken, 50 kopek and 1 rubel, 1916 also kowno issue 100 and 1000 mark, 1918, plus Rikissjod Islands, 1 krone, 1941, brown and 1 krona, 1941, blue (Pick 7, 8, 12, 15, R120, 121d, 122d, R133, 134b, 22f, j) grades ranging from good to extremely fine (11) £100-150

1207 A large group of mixed notes, including inflationary notes, the majority of which are dated 1923, mixed grades ranging from good to very fine, a very interesting collection £150-180 1208 A group of mixed world notes, from various countries including, Georgia, Ukraine, Transdniestria, also a selection of Bavarian POW army stamp currency, about uncirculated to uncirculated, an unusual group, useful in any collection £100-150

1204 A mixed group of world notes including, Government of Trinidad and Tobago, $1, 1 May 1942, red prefix 21D, blue, $2, 1 May 1942, black prefix 6D, red, both ships left and right, three printed signatures below, Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, $5, 1941, brown and $10, 1941, green, the $10 first date of issue for series, Southern Rhodesia Currency Board, 5/-, 1 October 1945, prefix D/37, purple, value and arms at centre, George VI at right, reverse purple, the larger format type, Philippines, 1 peso and 2 pesos, Victory series 66, (Pick 94, 95), 5 pesos field note, Balangiga, 1943, Iloilo, 20 pesos, 1942 (PS 318a) and Mindanao 10 pesos, 1943, Ottoman Empire, 50 kurush, AH 1277, brown, toughra of Abdul Mejid, Italian partisan issues, one printed on a facsimile US $1 of 1935 and one on a copy of a Bank of England £1, similar to the North Africa ‘drop note’, and Russian paper tokens for 1, 2, 5 and 20 kopeks, 1970 (Pick 5c, 8, Ma H9, 14a, 8a, PS 488a, 37), various grades from good to about extremely fine, a superbly eclectic group (27) £400-500

1209 A mixed group of world banknotes, from countries including Kyrgystan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, many denomninations, all modern issues, about uncirculated to uncirculated £80-130 1210 British Commonwealth, various island issues comprising Malta, 1 shilling on 2 shillings, Falklands 50 pence, 1969, (Pick 10a), Fiji, $5 and specimen $5 and $10, ND (2002), (Pick 105s, 106s), Mauritius 5 and 10 rupees, ND, signature 4 (1973-), Saint Helena 50 pence, specimen £1 and £1 and £5, ND (1976-), (Pick 5a, 6s, 9a, 7b), Gibraltar £1, 1979, £5, 2000 and £10, 2002, generally uncirculated (14) £120-160

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WORLD BANKNOTES 1211 British Commonwealth, various island issues comprising Jamaica, 5 shillings, 1957, 5 and 10 shillings, Brown signature, $1, 2, 5, 10, 25th anniversary issues (Pick CS3) and $20, 1999, Bermuda 5 shillings, 1957 and 10 shillings, 1957 (Pick 18b, 19b), Bahamas 10 shillings, red, specimen 50 cents, $1 (2), British Caribbean Territories $1, 1954, and $2, 1961, Eastern Caribbean, $50, ND (2003) (Pick 45g), mixed grades (16) £120-160 1212 A mixed group, comprising Armenia, 50 rubles, 1919, Azerbaijan, 500 rubles, 1920 and 250000 rubles, 1922, latvia, 500 rubles, 1920, Ukraine, 50 karbovantsiv, ND (1918) and 500 hryven, 1918, Norway, 1 krone, 1917, and a small group of others, mixed grades, mostly fine to extremely fine (13) £150-200 1213 Group of world banknotes, including notes from the following countries, France, Germany, Vietnam, Italy, Belguim, Russia, China, Cambodia, Laos, Hong Kong, Luxembourg, Hungary, Zaire, Spain, Portugal, Iran, Iraq and many more the notes range from poor to about uncirculated (800) £400-600 1214 A large group of world banknotes, various dates and denominations from countries including, Greece, Czechoslovakia, Luxembourg, France, Germany, Hungary (396) a range of grades from good to unicrculated £180-230 1215 A good quantity of world banknotes, numerous dates, from countries including, Tunisia, Bahrain, Israel, Oman, Iran, China, Japan, Malaya, Iraq differing grades, good to uncirculated (320) £180-230 1216 A large group of world banknotes, various denominations and dates from countries including, Germany, Russia, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, Italy, Greece, France, Norway, Albania, varying grades from good to uncirculated, an interesting group (416) £150-200 1217 A large quantity of mixed world banknotes, from countries including, Malaysia, Brunei, China, Japan, Indonesia, Laos, India various grades from good to uncirculated (395) £200-300

1218 A very mixed group of world banknotes, including notes from Russia, Greece, Afghanistan (in WBG folder 64), Germany, Czechoslovakia, Romania, Poland, France, Hungary, Italy together with miscellaneous items including a Banque de France, 20 franc propoganda note, various grades ranging from good to uncirculated, a very eclectic mix (340) £150-250 x1219 A large quantity of mixed world banknotes, from countries which include, Biafra, £1 (45), 40 of which have consecutive serial numbers, Isle of Man, £1, (10), consecutive serial numbers, Bank of Ireland, specimen £1, £5, £10, £20, Jersey, specimen £1 (5), Commonwealth of Australia £1 (3), Australia $1 (139), $2 (107), $5 (50), $10 (15), $20 (4), $100 (4), a good number of these have consecutive serial numbers, $100, as well as notes from Nigeria, Greece, Czechoslovakia, Colombia, Italy, Yugoslavia and Peru, varying grades from fine to uncirculated, £700-900 1220 A mixed group of world banknotes, numerous dates and denominations from various countries and including, Board of Commissioners of Currency Malaya, $1, 1 July 1941, Board of Commissioners of Currency Malaya and British Borneo, $1, 1 March 1959, The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, $1, 1 June 1935, National Bank of Iraq, Libya, Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority, Syria, Luxembourg, Bank of England, France, Belguim, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Greece, India, China, Morocco, Iran, Iraq, varying grades from good to uncirculated, particularly the first few mentioned above, a superbly eclectic and intriguing group (263) £1,000-1,200 1221 A mixed group of world banknotes, including the following countries, Germany, Poland, Rusia, Hungary, Romania, Frane, Italy, Portugal, differing grades ranging from good to uncirculated £200-250 1222 Six Albums of world banknotes, a meticulously organised group of approximately 2000 modern world banknotes, a colourful and varied selection, and an extremely useful lot (c.2000) £1,200-1,600 1223 A very varied group of items including, 11 World Reserve Monetary Exchange Presentation albums, containing $2 dollar notes, also Narody Bank Polski red album, and numerous other commemorative presentation packs, the majority uncirculated, a highly interesting and historical lot £150-200

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UNITED KINGDOM ENGLAND Group of Francis Child Related Items

1225 Francis Child & Co., a cheque in the amount of £61 and 9 shillings, Badminton, September 17th 1689, also another for £100, dated June 1st 1684 and both handsigned by ‘Beaufort’ (Henry Somerset, first Duke of Beaufort d.1699), perforated, good very fine (2) £200-300

1224 Rogers, a cheque in the amount of £107, dated 15th April 1689, payable to Francis Colley and another cheque in the amount of £7, dated April 5th 1689 payable to Johmn Baldwin Perriwig, both red wax seal in field, perforated, first with damage and toning at right otherwise good very fine (2) £150-200

1226 Francis Child & Co., a cheque dated London, 10th July 1689, black text on toned card like paper in the amount of £412 and 10 shillings and payable to Robert Hyde to be placed to the account of the Executors of the late Lord Guildford, perforated, toned and top left and right slight damage, rare £200-300 24


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1227 Francis Child & Co., a bill presented to Francis Child for Venison pasty etc and dated 1704, receipts (2) to Francis Child and dated 1688, also a receipt for £12/17 shillings and dated 27th April 1683 and signed by Perg. Betie (Hon. Peregrine Bertie, 2nd son of Montagu, 2nd Earl of Lindsey), perforated, very fine (4) £150-200

1228 Barnaby Backwell of Temple Bar, a cheque in the amount of £100 dated 20th February 1754, payable to Henry Archer and on behalf of Tyrwhitt, also a Francis Child cheque for £33/9 shillings and 6 pence dated May 8th 1729 signed by Castlemain, also a Child sight bill for £50/6 shillings dated May 12th 1705 and signed by Gainsborough (3rd Earl d.1714), perforated, good very fine (3) £150-200

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1229 South Sea Company, a request to Mr Child to pay £30 from the South Sea dividend to John Rawlins, dated Tamworth, April 13th 1719, also a payment request to Robert Child dated 5 February 1717 and signed by Berkeley (3rd Earl), a request to give Lord Carmarthen’s steward a statement of account dated June 12 1703 and signed Carmarthen, also a request to Messrs Childs to pay £20/9 shillings to the account of the Trustees of the Earl of Essex dated March 12 1754 and signed by Elizabeth Essex, the second wife of the Earl of Essex, generally very fine (4) £200-250

PROVINCIAL BANKNOTES

1230 Bicester and Oxfordshire Bank, £5, 9 November 1918, serial number 12414, black and white, value at lower left, top right and centre, allegorical females at top centre and top left, manuscript Henry Tubb at lower right, printed by Perkins, Bacon & Co (see Outing 135h for partnership name), scorch mark at centre, pinholes top left, handstamped ‘PAID & FEB 1934’ at lower right, handstamped ‘EXAMINED L. F. B’ top centre right, numerical stamp and annotation on reverse, fine £180-230

1231 Bicester and Oxfordshire Bank, Tubb & Co, £10, 7 October 1915, serial number 5996, black and white, value at lower left, top right and centre, allegorical female at top centre, Queen Victoria likeness at top left, manuscript Henry Tubb at lower right, printed by Perkins, Bacon & Co (Outing 135h), handstamped ‘PAID 25 MAY 1934’ at lower right, handstamped ‘EXAMINED L. F. B.’ top right, red cross hatching at right, a pleasing fine £200-250 WWW.SPINK.COM


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1235 Exeter Bank, £1 (6), 1809 (3) 1811 (3), black and white, arms top left, various partnerships (Outing 755b), VG, rare (6) £350-450

x1232 Birmingham Bank (John Taylor, Self, Nehemiah & Cha. Lloyd), a brass printing plate for 5 guineas, 180-, bankers initials at top right, value at low right and top left (Outing 163 for bank, this partnership not listed), this is the original Lloyds partnership, rare and possibly unique £200-300 This image has been flipped and the colour adjusted

1236 Exeter Bank, £1 (3), 1817, 1823, 1825, black and white, arms top left, Joseph Sanders, Jos. Sanders Junr, Edward LLoyd Sanders & Co. (Outing 755e), first VG, balance good fine, rare (3) £350-450

x1233 Birmingham Bank (Self, Sampson Lloyd, Nehemiah & Charles Lloyd), a brass printing plate for £5, 17-, bankers initials at top right, value at low right and top left (Outing 163 for bank, this partnership not listed), this partnership does not include John Taylor, and may well be the earliest known example of a Lloyds family bank note, very rare and possibly unique £220-260 This image has been flipped and the colour adjusted

1237 Exeter Bank, £5 (3), 1824, 1830, 1836, black and white, arms top left, various partnerships (Outing 755f, h, j), VG, the last about fine and quite presentable, rare (3) £350-450 1234 Exeter Bank, 5 guineas, 1 May 178?, serial number 95, black and white, arms at left, for Sir John Duntze, Sanders, Hamilton & Co, manuscript signature of Joseph Sanders (Outing 755a), top right corner missing, a presentable VG and very rare £300-400 24


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WORLD BANKNOTES 1241 A group of Provincial Banknotes, comprising Margate Isle of Thanet Bank, receipt for £215, 1793, for Francis Cobb & Son, Newcastle upon Tyne, £5, 1802, Newcastle upon Tyne, £1, 1803, and Tweed Bank, £5, 1840, numerous company stamps on obverse and reverse, first, small hole at centre, otherwise fine or better, second, fine, third, fine, fourth, some damage to edges, small holes and splits top right, fine £80-130

TREASURY SERIES

1238 Exeter Bank, £5 (3), 1844, 1863, 1872, black and white, arms top left, various partnerships (Outing 755m, n, q), VG, the last about fine and quite presentable, rare (3) £300-400

1239 Swansea Bank (Haynes, Day, Haynes & Lawrence), £1, 19 December 1922, serial number 219, black and white, allegorical maiden with anchor at top centre, frieze showing classical scenes at centre (Outing 2119e), stains, very good £80-120

1240 Sir Francis Child, bearer note for £200, 1735, serial number 36, black and white, gateway into City of London at Temple Bar at top left (Outing 2512q), a very low serial number and a huge sum of money, damage to left side of note in particular, good and scarce £150-200

John Bradbury

x1242 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1, ND (1914), serial number F8 No. 005027, £1, ND (1914), serial number M46 No. 76830, 10 shillings, ND (1915), serial number B1 21 No. 47259, all King Goerge V at left (EPM T3, 11, 12), first, folds, discolouration top left, fine to very fine, second, creasing, ink annotation on reverse, small stain centre right, very fine, third, several folds and some creasing, otherwise very fine or better £200-300

x1243 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10 shillings, ND (1914), serial number A/1 300403, red and white, crowned head of George V at left, value at right, value in red tablet at centre (EPM T9), good extremely fine £350-550

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON 1247 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1, ND (22 January 1917), serial number dot prefix D/34 983335, brown and green, George V at right, St. George and dragon at right, also 10/-, ND (16 December 1918), serial number red dash prefix B/5 493209, brown and green, George V at right, Britannia at left (T16, T20), first good very fine, second about very fine (2) £100-150 1248 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1, ND (1917), serial number G5 No. 541219, also Warren Fisher £1, ND (1927), serial number W1 52 No. 845162, both George V at left, St George and dragon at right (EPM T16, 34), first, creases, some discolouration, graffiti on reverse, fine to very fine, second, folds and creasing, annotations on reverse, otherwise, fine to very fine £80-130

x1244 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10 shillings, ND (1918), serial number X1/72 060079, red and white, crowned head of George V at top left arms top right (EPM T113/2), extremely fine, scarce £350-450

x1245 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, £1, ND (1915), serial number M/37 43172, black and white, crowned head of George V top left, arms top right, red Arabic overprint ‘PIASTRES SILVER 120’ (EPM T14), about fine and rare £1,000-1,500

x1249 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10 shillings, ND (1918), serial number A/6 936502 (dot), green, white and lilac, crowned head of George V at right, Britannia at left (EPM T17), an original good extremely fine, scarce £300-400

N. F. Warren-Fisher

x1246 Treasury Series, John Bradbury, 10 shillings, ND (1915), serial number Y/20 045567, red and white with black overprint ‘PIASTRES SILVER SIXTY’ (EPB T15), almost fine, scarce £200-300

1250 Treasury Series, N. F. Warren-Fisher, £1, ND (26 February 1923), serial number N1 100 No. 539955, brown, purple and green, portrait King George V at right, St George and dragon at left, reverse Houses of Parliament (EPM T31), extremely fine to about uncirculated £100-150 251


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1251 Treasury Series, N. F. Warren Fisher, 10 shillings, ND (1927), red serial number U70 747093, green and brown, King George V at right, Britannia at left, £1, ND (1927), serial number W133 No.383343, brown and green, portrait King George V at right, St George and dragon at left, also £1, ND (1923), serial number F18 No.702454 (EPM T31), (EPM T33, 34), first, faint folds, pinholes top right, extremely fine or better, second, ink stamp on reverse, otherwise about uncirculated, third, several folds, discolouration, fine to very fine £200-250

1253 Bank of England, H. Hase, trial £5, ND (c 1818), Applegarth & Cowper, black and blue diamonds, Britannia top corner (Pick not listed), numerous folds, including corners, and creasing, tear lower left and also lower centre left margin, overall discolouration and spotting £130-180

BANK OF ENGLAND Henry Hase

1254 Bank of England, H. Hase, trial £5, ND (c 1818), Applegarth & Cowper, black and blue diamonds, Britannia top corner (Pick not listed), vertical and corner folds, several tears lower margin, some spotting, otherwise fine or better £180-230

1252 Bank of England, H. Hase, trial £5, ND (c 1818), Applegarth & Cowper, black and red diamonds, Britannia top corner (Pick not listed) a number of folds and creases, tear lower left, some discolouration, otherwise fine or better £180-230

1255 Bank of England, H. Hase, trial £5, ND (c 1818), Applegarth & Cowper, black and blue diamonds, Britannia top corner (Pick not listed), corner and vertical folds, some creasing, tear lower left and dint lower right, paperclip mark top right, fine or better £180-230 WWW.SPINK.COM

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J. G. Nairne

C. P. Mahon

1256 Bank of England, J. G. Nairne, £5, 28 April 1913, serial number 46/A 18852, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at top left, value in black tablet low left (EPM 208b), ink stamp low centre, some creasing and folds, slight stain top right, otherwise good very fine or better £450-550

1259 Bank of England, C. P. Mahon, 10 shillings, ND (1928), serial number V11 619204, brown, seated Britannia at left, reverse, brown, acanthus leaves, value at left and right, (EPM 210), several folds and discolouration, fine, last series £150-200

1257 Bank of England, J. G. Nairne, £5, 4 January 1916, serial number 80D 14037, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at top left, value in black tablet low left (EPM 208b), retaining crispness, extremely fine £750-950

1260 Bank of England, C. P. Mahon, 10 shillings, ND (1928), serial number Z01 746953, brown, seated Britannia at left, reverse, brown, acanthus leaves, value at left and right (EPM B210), about uncirculated to uncirculated, a first production run, scarce £450-650

E. M. Harvey

1261 Bank of England, C. P. Mahon, 10 shillings, ND (1928), serial number Z39 084801, brown, seated Britannia at left, reverse, brown, acanthus leaves, value at left and right (EPM B210), two vertical folds, otherwise an extremely fine first series £180-230

1258 Bank of England, E. M. Harvey, £5, 31 August 1921, serial number C6 16342, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at top left, value in black tablet low left (EPM B209a), small section missing at top right corner, otherwise fresh and about uncirclated £400-500 25


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1262 Bank of England, C. P. Mahon, £1, ND (1928), serial number A01 286641, green and pale blue, seated Britannia at right, reverse green, blue, vignettes of St George and dragon at left and right, bank building top centre (EPM B212), fresh, original, about uncirculated to uncirculated, inaugural run £500-700 x1263 Bank of England, C. P. Mahon, £1, prefix A65, K. O. Peppiatt, £1, prefix 60Z, both green, Britannia at left, value at right, reverse Bank of England building at top, sovereign coins at left and right set in acanthus leaves (Duggleby B 212b, B238d; Pick 363a, 363c), the first pressed, otherwise extremely fine, the second uncirculated (2) £80-100

1265 Bank of England, B. G Catterns, forgery £50, 5 June 1933, serial number 50N 16454, also forgery K. O. Peppiatt £10, K188 25886, both black and white and each stamped FALSZYWY twice on obverse with the £10 being hole punched at left, neither note has a watermark (EPM B231, 242 for type) central and corner folds, otherwise fine or better, an interesting pair of forgeries £100-150

B. G. Catterns

1266 Bank of England, B. G. Catterns, £100, London, 15 January 1931, serial number 39/O 60286, black and white, crowned vignette of Britannia at top left, value in black tablet at low left (EPM B 232), fresh and original, good extremely fine to about uncirculated and rare especially in this condition £1,500-2,000 1264 Bank of England, B. G. Catterns, £1, ND (1930, serial number H67 471116, P. S. Beale £1, ND (1950), red serial number S49S 791541, green, Britannia at left, reverse green, pink and blue, bank building (EPM B225, B269), first, central fold and some creasing, very fine, second, central fold, very fine or better £80-130

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K. O. Peppiatt

1270 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, Guernsey overprint £1, ND (1934), serial number E03A 007331 green and pale blue, Britannia at left, reverse green and blue, St George and dragon left and right, bank building at top, vertical stamp “Withdrawn from Circulation November 10th 1941.” at centre, (EPM B239), about uncirculated to uncirculated, rare £400-600

x1267 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, specimen 10 shilings, ND (1948), serial number Q00 000000, brown, Britannia at left, value at right (EPM B235s), pinholes, small black SPECIMEN overprint, almost uncirculated, rare £500-700

x1271 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, Bernhard forgery £5, 27 August 1935, serial number A222 24069, black on cream paper, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, value in black lower left (EPM 241 for type), some damage to corners and minute tear in right hand margin, otherwise very fine or better £50-100

1268 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, 10 shillings (3), ND (1934, 1940, 1948) serial numbers A85 025193, T01D 026667 and 73L 253157, first and third, brown, second, purple, all Britannia at left, reverse acanthus leaves and value (EPM 235, 252, 262), first, last series, uncirculated, second, replacement first run, fine, third, about uncirculated £400-500 1269 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, £1 (2), ND, (1934 and 1948), serial numbers 89M 686251 and S14A 472850, green and pale blue, Britannia at left, reverse green and blue, St George and dragon left and right, bank building at top (EPM 238, 258), first, crisp, extremely fine, second, about uncirculated to uncirculated £50-80

x1272 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, £5, London, 11 August 1938, serial number B/261 71213, black and white, crowned vignette of Britannia at top left, value in black tablet at low left (B241), one tiny rust stain on top edge, otherwise a superb about uncirculated £250-300

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WORLD BANKNOTES x1275 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, £10, London, 16 February 1937, serial number K/128 78015 also a Bernhard £10, London, 19 March 1936, serial number K/165 02452, both black and white, crowned vignette of Britannia at top left, value in black tablet at low left (B242), first fresh and original, about extremely fine and a lovely example, second several pinholes, lightly pressed but a very presentable good very fine (2) £300-400

x1273 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, £10, 15 March 1935, serial number K144 24939, black on cream paper, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, value in black lower left (EPM B242), in PCGS holder number 58, choice about new, PPQ £500-600

x1276 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, £1 (2), ND (1940), emergency issue, consecutive serial numbers H45E 971049 and H45E 971050, blue and salmon pink, reverse, blue and brown, Saint George and dragon right and left, bank building top (EPM B245), first, tiny corner fold top right, otherwise about uncirculated, second, minute corner fold top left, about uncirculated (2) £50-80 1277 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, 10/- (3), ND (2 April 1940), prefixes Y80E, J35D, and L49D, mauve, Britannia at left, value at right and in tablet at low left (B251), first two about uncirculated, last good extremely fine (3) £100-150

1274 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, £10, Birmingham, 11 January 1937, serial number 167V 06007, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at top left, value in black tablet low left (EPM B242a), good extremely fine or better, scarce £900-1,100

Lot 1275

x1278 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, 10 shillings (3), ND (1940), emergency issues, serial numbers Z29D 200370, Y43E 279455 and Z36E 832753, mauve, seated Britannia at left, reverse mauve and green (EPM B251), all with light central fold, extremely fine or better £80-130

1279 Bank of England, K. O. Peppiatt, 10 shillings, ND (1948), serial number 01A 773022, brown, Britannia at left, reverse acanthus leaves and value (EPM 263), first run, fine to very fine £350-450

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P. S. Beale

x1282 Bank of England, P. S. Beale, specimen £1, ND (1949), serial number 00 000000, green, Britannia at left, value at right (EPM B268s), pinholes, red SPECIMEN overprint, almost uncirculated, rare £500-700

1280 Bank of England, P. S. Beale/L. K. O’Brien/ J. Q. Hollom/J. B. Page, P. S. Beale, 10 shillings (4), two of which have consecutive serial numbers, L. K. O’Brien, 10 shillings (4), two of which have consecutive serial numbers, all red-brown, seated Britannia at left, also J. Q. Hollom, £1 (5), and J. S. Forde, £1 (2) (EPM 266, 271, 288, 307), all about uncirculated to uncirculated (15) £200-250

1283 Bank of England, P. S. Beale, £1, ND (1950), serial number S38S 277710, L. K. O’Brien, 10 shillings (2), ND (1955), serial numbers D92Z 951470 and 62A 480142, green and brown respectively, all Britannia at left, reverse acanthus leaves, St George and dragon right and left, bank building at top (EPM 269, 271, 272), first and second, uncirculated, third, central fold otherwise extremely fine £100-150

L. K. O’Brien

1281 Bank of England, P. S. Beale, 10 shillings (2), ND (1950), consecutive serial numbers 29A 507151 and 29A 507152, reddish brown, seated Britannia at left, reverse, dark brown and reddish brown, value right and left (EPM B267), about uncirculated to uncirculated, replacement notes, rare in this condition (2) £400-600

x1284 Bank of England, L. K. O’Brien, 10 shillings, ND (1955), serial number Y25X 181287, orange brown, seated Britannia top left (EPM B271), in PMG holder number 55, choice about new, PPQ, last run £200-250

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WORLD BANKNOTES 1285 Bank of England, L. K. O’Brien, £5 (3), ND (1957), serial numbers A06 434887, B93 085747 and E21 391710, blue on multicolour, helmeted head of Britannia at left, St George and dragon low centre, reverse lion and key (EPM 277), all about uncirculated £70-120

x1289 Bank of England, L. K. O’Brien, specimen 10 shillings, ND (1960), serial number A00 000000, brown, Elizabeth II at right (EPM B286s), black SPECIMEN overprint, almost uncirculated, rare £350-450

1286 Bank of England, L. K. O’Brien, £1, ND (1960), serial number A01N 638289, green, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse Britannia, experimental issue mid tail R on reverse above “Bank of England” at low centre (EPM B283), extremely fine or better, scarce £150-180 1290 Bank of England, L. K. O’Brien, 10 shillings, ND (1961), serial number K64 284355, brown, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse seated Britannia at centre, value (EPM 286), extremely fine to about uncirculated, last run £100-150

1287 Bank of England, L. K. O’Brien, £1, ND (1960), serial number M01 175036, green, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse Britannia centre (EPM 285), about uncirculated to uncirculated, first run, scarce £250-300

x1291 Bank of England, L. K. O’Brien, 10 shillings, ND (1961), serial number M06 113401, reddish brown, Queen Elizabeth II at right, seated Britannia top centre left and on reverse centre (EPM B287b), about uncirculated to uncirculated, replacement £50-100

J. Q. Hollom

x1288 Bank of England, L. K. O’Brien, £1 (3), ND (1960), serial numbers 24A 938831, 28Z 078281, M62 875596, green, Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse, seated Britannia at centre (EPM 282, 285), all about uncirculated to uncirculated, a first series, last series and a replacement £80-130

x1292 Bank of England, J. Q. Hollom, £1 (3), ND (1963), consecutive serial numbers B06Y 844301, B06Y 844302, B06Y 844303, green, Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse, seated Britannia at centre (EPM 289), all uncirculated, last series £100-150

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J. S. Fforde

1293 Bank of England, J. Q. Hollom, £1 (2), ND (1963), serial numbers M24N 164688 and M28N 030504, green, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse Britannia at centre, (EPM 293), first, several light creases, extremely fine or better, second, central fold, extremely fine to about uncirculated, both G on reverse £200-250

x1297 Bank of England, J. S. Fforde, specimen £1, ND (1967), serial number A00 000000, green, Elizabeth II at right (EPM B301s), red SPECIMEN overprint, almost uncirculated, rare £500-600 1298 Bank of England, J. S. Fforde, £1 (8), ND (1967), green, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse seated Britannia (EPM B303b, 306b, 306d, 306e, 308a (first run), 308b, 308c, 308f (last run) varying grades from good to uncirculated, a useful addition to any collection (8) £300-400

1294 Bank of England, J. Q. Hollom, 10 shillings (2), ND (1963), serial numbers K65 188160 and Z99 256155, brown, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse Britannia at centre, (EPM 294), crisp, fresh and uncirculated, first run, second, uncirculated, last run £300-400 x1295 Bank of England, J. Q. Hollom, 10 shillings (4), prefixes R99, X19, Z45, 03N, brown; £1, replacement prefix 22M, green; J. S. Fforde, £1, replacement prefix R42M, all Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse Britannia; G. E. A. Kentfield, £10, serial number KN01 266628, brown and multicoloured, Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse Florence Nightingale (Duggleby B 294 (3), B295b, B290, B306a, B360a; Pick 373b (4), 374c, 374e, 379f), the first two fine, the third and fourth good very fine, the remainder uncirculated (7) £90-120

x1299 Bank of England, J. S. Fforde, £1 (2), ND (1967), serial numbers N11M 167591 and N13M 007218, green, Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse, seated Britannia at centre, (EPM B308), first, uncirculated, second, minute stain centre right margin, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated, replacements (2) £100-150

x1296 Bank of England, J. Q. Hollom, £5 (50), ND (21 February 1963), consecutive serial numbers E53 162841/162890, blue and multicolour, Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse Britannia (EPM B297), all uncirculated, a fantastic consecutive run £1,750-2,000

x1300 Bank of England, J. S. Fforde, specimen 10 shillings, ND (1967), serial number A00 000000, brown, Elizabeth II at right (EPM B309s), black SPECIMEN overprint, almost uncirculated, rare £350-450 25


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x1301 Bank of England, J. S. Fforde, specimen 10 shillings, ND (1967), zero serial number, red brown, Queen Elizabeth II at right, two diagonal stamp “SPECIMEN” on obverse and reverse, (EPM B309s), rust marks and pinholes, damage to corners, otherwise very good to about fine £80-130 1302 Bank of England, J. S. Fforde, 10 shillings (11), ND (1967), reddish brown, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse, seated Britannia (EPM B309c, 310a, 310b, 310c, 310d, 316b, 316c), about uncirculated to uncirculated, a good selection with several notes being first run/series (11) £130-180

x1305 Bank of England, J. S. Fforde, £10, ND (1960), serial number A95 162392, brown on multicolour, Queen Elizabeth II at right, seated Britannia top centre left, reverse, lion with key (EPM B316c), in PCGS holder number 53, about new, last run £130-180

J. B. Page

x1303 Bank of England, J. S. Fforde, specimen £5, ND (1967), serial number A00 000000, blue, Elizabeth II at right (EPM B312s), red SPECIMEN overprint, almost uncirculated, rare £600-800

x1306 ERROR: Bank of England, J. B. Page, £1, ND (1970), mismatched serial numbers BT06 788834/788844, green, Elizabeth II at right (B322), PMG 65, uncirculated, EPQ, a scarce numbering error £80-120 x1307 Bank of England, J. B. Page, £1 (7), ND (1978), consecutive serial numbers A19 171272/7, green on multicolour underprint, Queen Elizabeth II at right, reverse Sir Isaac Newton (EPM B337), all uncirculated (7) £80-120

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D. H. F. Somerset

1308 Bank of England, D. H. F. Somerset, £1 and £50, serial numbers AN01 000121 and A01 000121, green and brown respectively, Elizabeth II at right (B341, B352), first uncirculated, second about uncirculated, a great low number pair (2) £400-600

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x1309 Bank of England, D. H. F. Somerset, £20 (2), ND (1984), serial number 29B 824137/138, purple and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, Saint George and the dragon at centre, Britannia seal low left (EPM B351), in PCGS holders 65, ‘gem new’, PPQ (2) £80-120

x1312 ERROR: Bank of England, G. E. A. Kentfield, £10 note, ND (1993), serial number DD47 130100, brown on orange and mulitcolour underprint, Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at left, reverse Charles Dickens at left, vertical miscut with part of note missing at top and part of next note appearing at bottom (EPM B369), very fine, an unusual error £80-120

G. E. A. Kentfield

x1310 Bank of England, G. E. A. Kentfield, £50 (3), ND (1991), prefix E30, green and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, phoenix at centre, reverse green, Sir Christopher Wren and Saint Pauls Cathedral (EPM B361), uncirculated and the last prefix for type (3) £350-450 x1313 ERROR: Bank of England, G. E. A. Kentfield, £20, ND (1994), serial number BC07 923767, purple and multicolour, Queen Elizabeth II at right, serial number printed only on right hand side on obverse and partially in diagonal on reverse at right, additional paper section to left hand corner and left margin (EPM B375), several folds and creases, otherwise very fine to about extremely fine, a striking error £130-180

x1311 ERROR: Bank of England, G. E. A. Kentfield, £10 note, ND (1993), serial number EE43 370500, brown on orange and mulitcolour underprint, Queen Elizabeth II at right, arms at left, reverse Charles Dickens at left, additional flap of paper at lower right (EPM 369), fold in additional paper, extremely fine to about uncirculated, an unusual error £80-120

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Various 1314 Bank of England, L. K. O’Brien, £5, ND (1957), serial number C47 456458, also J. Q. Hollom £5, ND (1963), serial number L21 031262, and M. Lowther £5, ND (1999), serial number EA01 000675, all blue and multicolour, (EPM B277, B297), first, minor creasing, extremely fine to about uncirculated, small folds, slight discolouration top margin, otherwise about extremely fine, third, uncirculated, an interesting group of £5s £80-130 1317 British Military Authority, specimen set ND (1943) comprising 6d, brown, 1 shilling, lilac, two shillings and sixpence, green and pink, 5 shillings, brown, blue and green, also 10 shillings, prefix 00X, blue and pink, £1, prefix 00X, violet, all with crowned lion in field (Pick M1 to M6), small ink numeral on reverse, small red SPECIMEN above and below, mounting traces at right margin on reverse, otherwise pleasing and fresh good to extremely fine, rare (6) £1,500-2,000

British Military

1315 South Lancashire Regiment (St Helen’s Pioneers), 5 centimes, no. 28, green, 10 centimes, no. 601, red and 25 centimes, no.23, violet, Regimental tokens, all plumes top centre, good very fine, rare (3) £200-300 1318 British Military Authority, P prefix specimens, ND (1943), 1 shilling, two shillings and sixpence, 5 shillings, 10 shillings, £1, all crowned arms at right (Pick M2 to M6), small red SPECIMEN above and below, all are perforated SPECIMEN low centre, extremely fine to uncirculated, a delightful group, rare (5) £800-1,200

1316 British Military Authority, a group of specimens, ND (1943), comprising 6d, brown, 1 shilling, X in field, lilac, two shillings and sixpence, green, X in field, 5 shillings, brown, X in field, also 10 shillings, prefix 00X, blue, £1, prefix 00A, violet, all with crowned lion in field (Pick M1 to M6) perforated SPECIMEN, about uncirculated to uncirculated, a highly collectable group, very rare (6) £1,500-2,000

1319 British Military Authority, two and sixpence, 1 shilling, 5 shillings, 10 shillings and £1, ND (1946), Military Authority in Tripolitania, 1, 5 and 10 lire, all notes bearing the lion on the crown, also a group British Armed Forces special vouchers (Pick M1, 2, 3 4, 5, 6, M1, 3, 4) various grades from good to very fine (16) £200-300

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON 1320 British Armed Forces, Large group of Special Vouchers, 1st series, specimens, perforated CANCELLED ND (1945-46), 2/6 prefix D/8 red and green, 5/- prefix C/8 green and lilac, 10/- prefix B/8 lilac and orange, £1 A/3 blue and pink, all with zero serial numbers, also Special Vouchers, 2nd series ND (1946), 3d brown/pink, 6d turquoise/green, 1/red and green, 3d/6d/1/- no prefix or serials, 2/6 prefix DD/8 purple and green, 5/- (2) prefix CD/1 red serials CD/1 black serials blue and orange, 10/-, prefix BB/7 green and orange, £1 prefix AA/10 purple and pink, £5 prefix EE/1 purple and pink, all watermark type (Pick M12 to M15, M16 to M23), first, glue reverse edge, otherwise about uncirculated, second, good extremely fine to about uncirculated (13) £200-300

1323 British Armed Forces, Special Vouchers, 2nd series De La Rue specimens ND (1946), 6d turquoise/green, 1/- red/green, 6d/1/- no prefix or serials, 5/- prefix DD/1 blue and orange, 10/- prefix BB/6 green/orange, £1 prefix AA/10 purple/pink, £5 prefix EE/1 purple/pink, 6d/1/-/5/- punch hole at sig area, 5/-/10/-/£1/£5 all with zero serial numbers (Pick M17 to M22), glue on reverse otherwise good extremely fine (6) £500-600

1321 British Armed Forces, Special Vouchers, 2nd series De La Rue specimen set ND (1946), 3d brown/pink, 6d turquoise/green, 1/- red/green, 3d, 6d, 1/- no prefix or serials, 2/6 prefix DD/4 purple/green, 5/prefix CC/3 blue/orange, 10/- prefix B/5 green and orange, £1 prefix AA/4 purple/pink, all with zero serial numbers (Pick M16 to M22), extremely fine to uncirculated (7) £450-550

1324 British Armed Forces, a bundle of 2nd series £5, prefix EE in contemporary wrapper dated ‘Dec. 9 1959’ and signed twice on wrapper (Pick M23, Schwan-Boling 428), as wrapped and not from the Ministry of Defence Hoard (100) £300-400

1322 British Armed Forces, Special Vouchers 2nd series De La Rue specimens ND (1946), 6d turquoise/green, 1/-, red/green, 6d/1/- punch hole sig area, no prefix or serials, 2/6 prefix DD/7 purple/green, 10/- prefix BB/6 green/orange, £1 prefix AA/10 purple/pink, £5 prefix EE/1 blue/green, all with zero serial numbers, all overprinted SPECIMEN (Pick M17 to M22), glue on reverse otherwise good extremely fine (6) £500-600

1325 British Armed Forces, Special Vouchers, 4th series, black and white intaglio proofs with secret marks circled in red obverse and reverse ND (1952), 3d, 6d no reverse, 2/6, 5/-, £1 (Pick M30 to M36 No. M32), uncirculated (9) £650-850

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1326 British Armed Forces, Special Vouchers 5th series set ND (1952), black and white intaglio Proofs with secret marks circled in red obverse and reverse 3d, 6d, 1/-, 2/6, 5/-, 10/-, £1 (Pick M37 to M43), uncirculated (14) £1,000-1,200

1327 British Armed Forces, Special Vouchers, 6th series set printed by Bradbury Wilkinson 5p no prefix/serials, 10p, 50p proofs with annotations together with issued 5p no prefix/serials, 10p prefix A/4, 50p prefix B/1 (Pick M47 to M49), uncirculated (6) £500-700

1328 British Armed Forces, Special Vouchers, 6th series specimens printed by Bradbury Wilkinson, 5p, 10p, 50p, all no prefix/serials with annotations together with issued 5p no prefix or serials, 10p prefix A/1, 50p prefix B/1 (Pick M47 to M49), uncirculated (6) £450-550

x1329 The Capital & Counties Bank, Limited, two books of specimen special cheques from the 1910s, printed for a wide range of companies and from many different branches, including Warrilow & Co. (bicycles and motorcars), Cooper & Baldwin (auctioneers and cattle), Hotel Alexandria, the International Banking Corporation, John Pratt & Company Limited, and the Oriental Cafe Company, several with attractive vignettes, printed by Blades, East & Blades, all numbered and perforated CANCELLED, numbers 101-153 bound in one book, 51-79 bound but missing covers, 80-100 absent, a bit of foxing, but overall good extremely fine to about uncirculated, scarce and attractive (81) £400-500

x1330 Lloyds Bank Limited, a group of specimen special cheques from the 1920s and 30s (29), printed for a range of companies, and many branches, including The African Life Assurance Society Ltd., Margam Estate Office, Dunlop & Rankin Ltd., Barber’s Teas Ltd., most perforated CANCELLED, also a green leather bound booklet of 1960s specimen special cheques (30), all for different companies and locations, printed by Sprague & Co., with printed duty stamps, first group very fine to extremely fine, those in the booklet uncirculated (59) £300-400

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1333 Bank of Limerick (George Maunsell, John Kennedy and Robert Hedges Maunsell), Ireland, unissued 30 shillings, unissued 1 and 12⁄ guineas and an unissued £5, all 18- (1815-1820), black and white, arms at left, plus 112⁄ guineas, 10 June 1817, serial 117, black and white, arms at left, two manuscript signatures (PMI PB276, 276), first three, good extremely fine, fourth, very good, damage low right, scarce in issued format (4) £250-300

x1331 A Blue Leather Book, printed by Waterlow & Sons Limited, containing specimen travelers cheques (5), share certificates (17) and cheques (52) and several other assorted items, including items from The National Bank of Egypt, Bank of New South Wales, Hambros Bank of Northern Commerce, Auckland Jute Company and The Steel Corporation of Bengal Limted, among others, all items tipped in along left edge/counterfoil, some folded to fit but generally extremely fine or better, a fascinating lot (80) £800-1,200

x1334 Belfast Banking Company Limited, £20, 3 February 1943, serial number E2666, black on purple underprint, arms at top centre (PMI BB79), a fresh and original good fine, a better example than the grade alone would indicate £100-150

IRELAND 1332 Bank of Ireland, Franklin Mint specimen set comprising £1, black and multicoloured, £5, blue, £10, brown, £100, red, ND (1977), Maltese Cross serial number 005781, all Mercury at left, woman with harp at right; also Provincial Bank of Ireland, Franklin Mint specimen set comprising £1, green, £5, blue, £10, brown, 1 January 1977, Maltese Cross serial number 005781, young girl, young woman and young man respectively at right, with envelope and certificate of authenticity (Pick CS1, CS2), about uncirculated to uncirculated (7) £100-140

1335 Currency Commission of Ireland, 10 shillings (3), 1940 H, 1941 J, 1941 K, The Central Bank of Ireland 10 shillings, 1943 L, all orange, Lady Lavery at left, The Central Bank of Ireland, £1 (3), 1943 G, 1943 Y, 1944 F, green, Lady Lavery at left (PMI LTN 17, 21, 2), first four, good, fifth, fine, sixth, good or better, seventh, extremely fine to about uncirculated (7) £100-150 1336 Central Bank of Ireland, 10/-, 1943, orange, R in field and £5, 1942, D in field, brown, £10 (2), 1944 B and G in field respectively, blue, all Lady Lavery at left (PMI LTN 19, 21, 24), first, about extremely fine, second, good very fine, third, minute tear top centre margin, good very fine, fourth, about extremely fine (4) £300-400

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1337 Central Bank of Ireland, £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, £10 (2), 17 October 1950 and 2 December 1976, (PM1 LTN 22, 29, 64), first, pressed, about extremely fine, second and third, about uncirculated to uncirculated £100-150

x1338 Central Bank of Ireland, £1, 28 August 1952, green, Lady Lavery at left, Bank of Ireland £1 (4), ND (1972-1977), Bank of Ireland £5, 1994, £20, 1999, Hibernia top left, Republic £1 (3), 1989, green, (Pick 57b, 61a, 61b, 70a, 76, 70d), uncirculated (10) £120-160

x1339 Northern Bank Limited, £100, 1 January 1980, serial number H 0309149, red, pale green and orange, allegorical scenes in field, reverse red and pale blue, arms and value (PMI NR111, Pick 192), about uncirculated, fresh and scarce £300-400 x1340 Provincial Bank of Ireland, £5, 6 December 1965, serial number DN127762, brown on green underprint, female head at centre (PMI PR98), about uncirculated £80-120

x1341 Ulster Bank Limited, £20, 1 January 1943, serial number 10432, black on blue underprint, sailing ship with symbols of commerce and agriculture at top centre, flanked by values (PMI UB59), one small repair at left, but a, clean and attractive original very fine £100-150

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1344 States of Jersey, German Occupation, 6 pence, ND (1941-42), serial number 258971, 1 shilling, ND (1941-2), serial number 108835, 2 shillings (2), ND (1041-42), serial numbers 109134 and 64251, also States of Guernsey, 2 shillings and sixpence (2), 25 March 1941, serial numbers AA2015 and AB 1910, sixpence, 1 January 1942, serial number T1045, (Pick 1, 2, 3, 4, 18, 24), first 6 generally fine or better, seventh, some folds but overall very fine (7) £250-350

GUERNSEY 1342 Isle of Man Government, £10, ND (1961-), serial number 112071, brown, green and violet, Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, Paul signature (Pick 31b), about uncirculated, rare £350-400

x1345 States of Guernsey, 6d, 16 October 1941, serial number E 0472, mauve and pink, value in underprint at centre, value at left and right, reverse mauve, arms at centre (Pick 22), uncirculated and now scarce in this grade £250-300 1343 Peveril Internment Camp, 1 penny voucher, ND (1940-1945), serial number B 947, black text on orange card, value left centre, manuscript signature at right (Feller IM-141b, Quarmby 416), good very fine, rare £300-350

JERSEY

x1346 States of Guernsey, 1/3, 16 October 1941, serial number D 3121, black, brown and yellow, value in underprint at centre, value at left and right, reverse brown, arms at centre (Pick 23), uncirculated and now scarce in this grade £300-400

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x1347 States of Guernsey, 1 shilling overprint on 1/3d, 1 January 1943, serial number R 3208, black and yellow, 1/- in orange-red at centre, reverse grey, arms at centre (Pick 29), uncirculated and scarce £350-450 1351 Dumfries Commercial Bank, 1 guinea, 4 January 1805, serial number 2/72, black and white, bank title at left, also Clydesdale Bank Limited, £10, 1 February 1978, serial number D/AF 068659, dark brown on multicolour underprint, Livingstone at left, also £1, 1969, prefix C/R and Clydesdale and North of Scotland Bank Limited, £1, 1963, prefix B/G, both dark green on multicolour, arms at right (Douglas 4, Banknote Yearbook SC312, 317b, 322b), first, presentable enough, very fine, scarce, second, good extremely fine, others about uncirculated (4) £150-200 1348 States of Guernsey, £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), first with part of a red bank stamp at centre, otherwise both uncirculated (2) £100-150 x1349 States of Guernsey, £5 (4), ND (1980), brown, Bull signature, States of Jersey, £1 (18), blue, Clennett signature, Isle of Man £1 (2), ND (1961), purple, Garvey signature, consecutive numbers (Pick 49, 11a, 25a), uncirculated (24) £140-180 1350 The States of Jersey, Franklin Mint specimen set comprising £1, blue, £5, brown, £10, green, £20 red, ND (1978), Maltese Cross serial number 005851 with envelope and certificate of authenticity, all Queen Elizabeth II at centre right, (Pick CS1), uncirculated (4) £40-60

x1352 The Perth Bank, proof £20 on card, 185-, black and white, arms and view of Perth top centre, Queen Victoria at left, Prince Albert at right, arms low centre (Douglas 13), an attractive Lizars engraving, good extremely fine, attractive and rare £400-600

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A Possibly Unique 19th Century British Linen Company £10

1353 British Linen Company, £10, Edinburgh, 25 October 1898, serial number P 7/175, blue and white, bank initials in red-brown underprint low centre, arms top centre, value in oval frame top left and right, Britannia in vertical panel at left, two manuscript signatures below (Douglas 55-1), a very presentable VG to fine, original and of the highest rarity, the original print run was 5000. It is believed that this is the only example of type still extant £1,500-2,500

x1355 Clydesdale and North of Scotland Bank Limited, £5, 1 March 1960, serial number A/B 142709, National Commercial Bank of Scotland, £5, 16 September 1959, serial number A959650, also Bank of Ireland, £50, 1 July 1995, serial number A100701 (Banknote Yearbook SC313b, 602a, PMI, BA138), first, about uncirculated to uncirculated, second, uncirculated, third, in PMG holder 64, choice uncirclated, EPQ £350-450

1354 Clydesdale Bank Limited, a set of five beautifully framed vignettes of historical figures including, Robert Burns, Adam Smith, Lord Kelvin, Robert the Bruce and Mary Slessor all of which were featured on commermorative issue notes (Pick 205, 209, 215, 220, 226 for type), £250-300

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†1356 The Commercial Bank of Scotland, printer’s archival specimen £1, 2 January 1923, serial run 21/I 1/1 to 21/I 1000/500, printed signatures of accountant and cashier, blue on pale yellow underprint, views of Head Office building at top centre, left and right, frieze of allegorical figures from pediment at lower centre, reverse slate blue, bank seal at centre, perforated CANCELLED (Douglas 44-5 for type; Pick S323bs), mounting traces, ink annotations and date ‘23. 11. 24’ in top margin, tiny piece missing from top right corner, otherwise good extremely fine, rare £150-200

†1357 The Commercial Bank of Scotland, printer’s archival specimen £5, 2 January 1923, serial run 13/M 1/1 to 13/M 100/200, printed signature of accountant only, blue on buff underprint, views of Head Office building at top centre, left and right, frieze of allegorical figures from pediment at lower centre, reverse blue, bank seal at centre, perforated CANCELLED (Douglas 45-1 for type; Pick S324s), mounting traces, ink annotations and date ‘9. 6. 23’ in top margin, otherwise fresh, good very fine, rare £200-300

†1358 The Commercial Bank of Scotland, printer’s archival specimen £20, 3 January 1911, serial run 11/A 31/1 to 11/A 45/200, no signatures, blue on buff underprint, views of Head Office building at top centre, left and right, frieze of allegorical figures from pediment at lower centre, reverse blue, bank seal at centre, perforated SPECIMEN (Douglas 46-1 for type; Pick S325s), mounting traces, ink annotations and date ‘April 1911’ in top margin, otherwise extremely fine, very rare (Douglas 46-1 for type; Pick S325s), mounting traces, ink annotations and date ‘April 1911’ in top margin, otherwise extremely fine, very rare £500-700

1359 The Commercial Bank of Scotland, £5, 3 June 1944, serial number 14/G14117, blue on pink and yellow, frieze at top centre, Lord Pitcairn at low centre, value at centre and in each corner, reverse dark blue, bank building, also The British Linen Bank, £1, 31 March 1962, serial number V/3 817030 (Banknote Yearbook SC413d, SC208a), first, faint creases, otherwise extremely fine, second, folds and discolouration, about fine £100-150

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1362 National Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, £5 (2), 1 October 1964, serial numbers G 451620/621, blue and multicoloured, arms low centre, Alexander signature, reverse blue, Edinburgh Castle and the National Gallery, also National Bank of Scotland Limited, £5, 1 November 1957, serial number B827-105 (Douglas 7a-1, 39), first two, uncirculated and a scarce consecutive pair, third, uncirculated (3) £130-180

x1360 The National Bank of Scotland Limited, £1 proof on card, 11 November 1889, black text on cream card, hole punched low centre, arms flanked by a lion and a unicorn top centre, value top left and right (Douglas 16), attractive, rare £150-250

†1363 The North of Scotland & Town & County Bank Limited, printer’s archival specimen £5, 1 March 1918, serial run A 0246/0001 to A 0322/1000, no signatures, blue and green on yellow underprint, Marischal College, Aberdeen at top centre, coats of arms of the bank, the county and city of Aberdeen in panel at left, reverse arms of the bank in circle at centre, perforated CANCELLED (Douglas 16-4, Pick S630s), mounting traces, ink annotations and date ‘31. 3. 19’ in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine, very rare £300-400

1361 The National Bank of Scotland, £100, 11 January 1943, serial number A024-842, dark blue on pink, yellow and red underprint, Marquess of Lothian at left, arms at centre, value at centre and each corner, reverse blue, view of Edinburgh (Banknote Yearbook SC532a), single piece of graffiti in top margin, a completely original and very presentable good fine, and a very rare date £1,000-1,500

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†1364 The North of Scotland & Town & County Bank Limited, printer’s archival specimen £100, 1 March 1918, serial run A 0005/0001 to A 0005/1000, no signatures, blue and green on yellow underprint, Marischal College, Aberdeen at top centre, coats of arms of the bank, the county and city of Aberdeen in panel at left, reverse arms of the bank in circle at centre, perforated CANCELLED (Douglas 18-1 for type, Pick S632s), mounting traces, ink annotations and date ‘26. 3. 19’ in top margin, otherwise good extremely fine to about uncirculated and excessively rare £1,400-1,800

†1365 The North of Scotland Bank Limited, printer’s archival specimen £5, 1 March 1934, serial run A 0866/0001 to A 1000/1000, printed signature of general manager only, blue and green on yellow underprint, Marischal College, Aberdeen at top centre, coats of arms of the bank, the county and city of Aberdeen in panel at left, reverse arms of the bank in circle at centre, value in five guilloches, perforated CANCELLED (Douglas 29-1, Pick S640s), mounting traces, ink annotations and date ‘14. 5. 35’ in top margin, otherwise about uncirculated, rare £250-350

†1366 The North of Scotland Bank Limited, printer’s archival specimen £5, 1 March 1928, serial run A 0525/0001 to A 0623/1000, printed signature of general manager only, blue and green on yellow underprint, Marischal College, Aberdeen at top centre, coats of arms of the bank, the county and city of Aberdeen in panel at left, reverse arms of the bank in circle at centre, value in five guilloches, perforated CANCELLED (Douglas 29-1 for type; Pick S640as), mounting traces, ink annotations and date ‘10. 2. 28’ in top margin, otherwise extremely fine, rare £200-300

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MISCELLANEOUS LOTS 1372 A large mixed group of notes comprising, various denominations and dates including, Bank of England (8), Government of Gibraltar (4), Government of the Falkland Islands (2), Jersey (5), Government of St Helena (2), British Armed Forces (3), British Military Authority (1), Northern Bank (2), National Commercial Bank of Scotland (1), The Royal Bank of Scotland (1) and Clydesdale Bank Limited (1) and 5 further miscellaneous items, mixed grades from good to uncirculated £150-200

1367 Royal Bank of Scotland, £100, 1 May 1981, serial number A/1 203085, red on multicolour underprint, arms at right, value at top right and low left and right, reverse Balmoral Castle (Banknote Yearbook SC823), fresh and orignal, good very fine to almost extremely fine, very scarce £400-500

x1373 Bank of England, various, a large group of 10 shillings (16) and £1 (49) notes, cashier signatures, Peppiatt, Beale, O’Brien, Hollom, Forde and Page, mixed grades ranging from very good to about uncirculated or better, includes £1 in PCGS holder 45, extremely fine, PPQ £150-200

x1368 Royal Bank of Scotland, £1 (3), £1, serial number A/41 000341, £1 (10), European Summit commermorative notes (Pick 346, 351a, 356), uncirculated (14) £60-80

1374 British Armed Forces, £1 and £5, 2nd series, £1, 4th series, British Military Authority 5 shilings, Bank of England, O’Brien 10 shillings, £1 (2) and £5, Beale £1, Fforde £1, Gill £5 and £10, Lowther £10 and £50, prefix K01, Bailey £10 (2) and £20, also Union Bank of Scotland £5 specimen, 1905, Royal Bank £1, 1942 and £5 (2), 1965, 1969, mixed grades but several extremely fine or better (21) £160-220

1369 Royal Bank of Scotland plc., £1 (3), 1997, serial numbers AGB 026400s/005/008 green and multicoloured, Lord Ilay at right, telephone at left (Alexander Graham Bell commemorative issue), also Scottish Parliament £1 (5), 1999, serial number SP 0700003/8/18/99/100 (Pick 358a, 360a), uncirculated and very low serial numbers (8) £100-150

1375 Bank of England, a sizeable group of notes consisting of, 10 shillings (3), £1 (19) (a number of which have consecutive serial numbers), £10 (1), £20 (5) (four of these have consecutive serial numbers), and £50 (2), (EPM B271, 295, 309, 339, 366, 405, 377), various grades from good to uncirculated (30) £250-300

1370 Royal Bank of Scotland, a group of commemorative issues comprising, £1 (7), commemorating European Cummit Edinburgh, £1 (2), commemorating Robert Louis Stevenson, £1, commemorating Alexander Graham Bell, £1, green and multicolour, commemorating the first meeting of the Scottish Parliament, £5, commemorating the Queen’s Golden Jubilee, £5, commemoratng 500 years of the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh, £20, to commemorate the 100th birthday of the Queen Mother, unicrculated, a lovely group charting historical events (14) £150-200

1376 Bank of England, various, a group of fake white notes comprising E. M. Harvey, £5, London 8 July 1920, serial number A32 65884, B.G. Catterns, £5, London 15 June 1933, serial number 50N 27891 and K. O. Peppiatt, £5, London 29 May 1935, all black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, value in black tablet low left, also a copy of a £1000000 note which was used in the making of a film in 1954, good to very fine £150-200

1371 Royal Bank of Scotland plc., £10 (2), 2012, serial numbers TQD J0000417/418, brown and multicoloured, Lord Ilay at right, Diamond Jubilee commemorative issue, also £50, 2005, serial number RBS 00464, green, Lord Ilay at right, reverse new bank headquarters at Gogarburn (Banknote Yearbook SC854, SC872), uncirculated and low serial numbers (3) £100-150

1377 Black Sheep Bank, Wales, a selection of notes of various denominations, 10/-, £1, £5 and £10, all with black sheep, bull or red dragon motif (unlisted), about uncirculated or better (24) £120-160

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WORLD BANKNOTES 1378 States of Jersey, specimen £1 (2), specimen £5 and £10, all Baird signature, specimen £1, 5 and 10, all Black signature, Guernsey £1, Bull signature and £20, Clark signature, Isle of Man £1, Dawson and £1, Paul, mostly extremely fine (11) £100-150 1379 A small group of notes, including National Commercial Bank of Scotland, £20, 1959, red, arms at low right, Union Bank of Scotland, £5, 1952, Commercial Bank of Scotland, £5, 1952, East Lothian Company, £1, 1821, and Bank of England, Peppiatt 10/- and £1, purple and blue respectively (Banknote Yearbook SC631, 414a, 913a), previously in frames, thus some fading/toning and mounting marks including some stickyness remaining on all notes, generally very fine, all original (6) £100-150

1380 Scotland, a group of notes comprising, Bank of Scotland, £1, 1966, British Linen Bank, £1, 1959, Commercial Bank of Scotland, £1 (2), 1951, 1952, National Bank of Scotland, £1, 1956, £5 (2), 1952, 1953, £20, 1957, National Commercial Bank of Scotland, £5 (3), 1959, Royal Bank of Scotland, £1, 1956, and Union Bank of Scotland, £1, 1952, also Bank of England, L.K.O’Brien, 10/- (5), the National Bank £20 good very fine, others generally about very fine to very fine, Bank of England extremely fine (17) £300-400 1381 Scotland, a mixed group comprising National Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, £1, 4 January 1966, Bank of Scotland, £1, 8 September 1976, Bank of Scotland, £5, 4 January 1995, Royal Bank of Scotland, £5 (2), 14 May 2004 and 14 July 2005 respectively, Clydesdale Bank Plc, £10, 15 March 2006 all uncirculated with the exception of one of the £1 notes (6) £50-80

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THE STEVE WRIGHT COLLECTION OF ISLE OF MAN Royal Manx Fencibles

1500 Royal Manx Fencibles, 1 guinea, Castle Rushen, 179-, unissued remainder, no serial number, no signature, black on thick white paper, watermark vertical lines, vignette of Castle Rushen at top centre, ornamental scrollwork at left with crowned triskeles and motto within laurel branches, uniface (Pick S111, Q.202), slight ageing at left, otherwise about uncirculated and very scarce in this grade £150-200

1502 Royal Manx Fencibles, 1 guinea, Castle Rushen, 179-, unissued remainder, no serial number, no signature, black on thick white paper, watermark vertical lines with crowned arms, vignette of Castle Rushen at top centre, ornamental scrollwork at left with crowned triskeles and motto within laurel branches, uniface [Pick S111, Q.202 (variety)], slight ageing/discolouration, otherwise good very fine and a very scarce watermark variety £120-160

Isle of Man Bank

1501 Royal Manx Fencibles, 1 guinea, Castle Rushen, 179-, unissued remainder, no serial number, no signature, black on thick white paper, watermark vertical lines with ‘1798’ inverted at centre, vignette of Castle Rushen at top centre, ornamental scrollwork at left with crowned triskeles and motto within laurel branches, uniface [Pick S111, Q.202 (variety)], slight ageing/discolouration, otherwise good very fine and a very scarce watermark variety £120-160

1503 Isle of Man Bank, an unissued bill of exchange, ND (c. 1810), black on white unwatermarked paper, GEORGE QUAYLE & CO. in florid script at far left, crowned triskeles and motto within laurel branches at left, the bill reads “... after ... pay to the Order of ... ... ... Value received.” Printer: Silvester, 27 Strand, London (See Quarmby at page 33), pinholes, otherwise very fine and a very rare piece of early Manx banking history £100-200

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Mount Gwane Bank

1504 Mount Gawne Bank, £1, 7 November 1817, serial number 1811, manuscript signatures of Edward Gawne at lower right and Edward G. Smith at lower left, black, vignette of bank building at top centre, EDWARD GAWNE in florid script at left, uniface (Q.213), top right corner missing, good to very good, Quarmby states 16 believed extant £400-600

Ramsey and Isle of Man Bank 1505 Ramsey & Isle of Man Bank, unissued £1, ND (1823-27), black and white, vignette of Ramsey Bay and harbour at upper centre, value at lower left, monogram LMcW in ornate panel at left, reverse three engine-worked panels with value at centre (Q.218), attractive, original good very fine £100-150 1506 Ramsey & Isle of Man Bank, £1, ND (1823-27), unissued, black and white, vignette of Ramsey Bay and harbour at upper centre, value at lower left, monogram LMcW in ornate panel at left, reverse three engine-worked panels with value at centre (Q.218), edge nick, split along crease, slight foxing, otherwise very fine £80-100 Lot 1505

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Douglas Bank Company

1507 Douglas Bank Company or Littler, Dove & Company, £1, Douglas Isle of Man, ND (1811), black and white on grey underprint, allegorical female at left, representing Hope, supporting an anchor and shield bearing the triskeles with ships in background and monogram LD&Co above, payable at Messrs Spooner Attwoods & Co., bankers, London (Q.219), affixed to backing paper, otherwise good to very good, the Quarmby plate note, Quarmby states 5 believed extant, excessively rare £600-900

Beatson, Copeland & Co

1508 Beatson Copeland & Company, £10, unissued bill of exchange, Douglas, Isle of Man, ND (181114), black on white watermarked paper, BEATSON, COPELAND & CO. in florid script at far left, crowned triskeles and motto within laurel branches at left, vignette of The Old Fort, Douglas at top centre, £10:0:0 at upper right, the bill reads “To Messrs Jones, Lloyd & Compy. Bankers, London, at ... Days Sight pay to our order Ten pounds Sterling for value received.” Printer: Silvester, 27 Strand, London (Q.224), foxing in margins, otherwise an attractive original good very fine, Quarmby states 3 believed extant, excessively rare £800-1,200 WWW.SPINK.COM

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON 1511 Douglas & Isle of Man Bank, £1 (2), issued, (c.1840), illegible dates and serial numbers, manuscript signature of James Holmes, black and white, vignette of Douglas Bay and harbour at upper centre, monogram in ornate panel at left, reverse triskeles set in circle with inscription, “Douglas Isle of Man, Henry John & James Holmes”, sailing ship at top centre, decorative ovals in each corner [Pick S131 (2), Q.231 (2)], very good (2) £70-90

Brawse Kirk, Andrews & Co

1509 Brawse Kirk, Andrews, 1 shilling, 1 September 1815, serial number 3632, manuscript signature of John Bowstead, black text on ochre card, reverse triskeles (Q.11), tear in right margin, faded design, otherwise very fine and very scarce £80-120

Douglas and Isle of Man Bank

1512 Douglas & Isle of Man Bank, £1, 1 January 1847, serial number 536, manuscript signatures of James Holmes and Robert Kelly, black and white, vignette of Douglas Bay and harbour at upper centre, monogram in ornate panel at left, reverse triskeles set in circle with inscription, “Douglas Isle of Man, Henry John & James Holmes”, sailing ship at top centre, decorative ovals in each corner (Pick S131, Q.232), pressed, chip in top margin, otherwise very fine with clear signatures and date, Quarmby states 11 believed extant £180-240

1510 Douglas & Isle of Man Bank, £1, ND (1838-44), part issued, no serial number, manuscript signature of James Holmes, black and white, vignette of Douglas Bay and harbour at upper centre, monogram in ornate panel at left, reverse triskeles set in circle with inscription, “Douglas Isle of Man, Henry John & James Holmes”, sailing ship at top centre, decorative ovals in each corner (Pick S131, Q.231), attractive, extremely fine £130-180

1513 Douglas & Isle of Man Bank, £1, 1 January 1847, serial number 554, manuscript signatures of James Holmes and Robert Kelly, black and white, vignette of Douglas Bay and harbour at upper centre, monogram in ornate panel at left, reverse triskeles set in circle with inscription, “Douglas Isle of Man, Henry John & James Holmes”, sailing ship at top centre, decorative ovals in each corner (Pick S131, Q.232), pressed, otherwise very fine with clear signatures and date, Quarmby states 11 believed extant £200-250

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Isle of Man Commercial Banking Company

1514 Isle of Man Commercial Banking Company, £1, 1 May 1848, serial number A1674, manuscript signatures of Jackson and Dickie, black and white, vignette of Douglas harbour with sailing ships and early steam vessels at top centre, allegorical females representing trade and commerce at lower left and right, reverse vignette of Peel Castle set in ornate frame with cherubs at left and right and triskeles at lower centre (Q.242), ink signature and date ‘11 Oct 1852’ in margin on reverse, handstamp PAID at lower right otherwise fine, Quarmby states 3 believed extant £600-800

Isle of Man Banking Company

1515 The Isle of Man Banking Company Limited, printer’s proof £1, with selvedge, 18- (c.1899), no serial number, no signatures, signature titles Manager and Secretary, black and red-brown, vignette of Douglas harbour from a print showing the arrival of Governor Piggott in 1862 at top centre, value at centre, reverse blue, triskeles and motto in decorated circle (Pick 2 for type, Q.274), pencil letter ‘G’ at upper left, otherwise good very fine, extremely rare £500-700

1516 The Isle of Man Banking Company Limited, £1, 6 March 1919, serial number V1891, signatures Thomas Cubbon and John Quayle as Manager and Assistant Manager respectively, black and red-brown, vignette of Douglas harbour from a print showing the arrival of Governor Piggott in 1862 at top centre, value at centre, reverse blue, triskeles and motto in decorated circle (Pick 2, Q.276), original, attractive, good fine, rare £400-600

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Douglas and Isle of Man Bank

1517 Douglas & Isle of Man Bank, £1, 18- (1865-74), serial number 22951, manuscript signature of Robert Shimmon, black and white, crowned arms with triskeles, lion and unicorn above bank legend at top centre, vignette of women, sheep and agricultural implements at left, reverse triskeles in circle, Peel Castle at left, Tower of Refuge at right set in foliate pattern of acanthus scrollwork, (Pick S121r, Q.313), ink figure ‘1664’ in margin of reverse, otherwise good very fine, Quarmby states 11 believed extant £500-700

Dumbell’s Banking Company Limited

1518 Dumbell’s Banking Company Limited, £1, provisional issue, 18- (1874-75), serial number 50887, no signatures, black and white, crowned arms with triskeles, lion and unicorn above bank legend, Douglas & Isle of Man Bank, at top centre, vignette of women, sheep and agricultural implements at left, reverse triskeles in circle, Peel Castle at left, Tower of Refuge at right set in pattern of acanthus scrollwork, overprinted in red, DUMBELL’S BANKING COMPANY LIMITED on obverse (Pick S141, Q.315), extremely fine and rare £300-400

1519 Dumbell’s Banking Company Limited, £1, provisional issue, 18- (1874-75), serial number 50889, no signatures, black and white, crowned arms with triskeles, lion and unicorn above bank legend, Douglas & Isle of Man Bank, at top centre, vignette of women, sheep and agricultural implements at left, reverse triskeles in circle, Peel Castle at left, Tower of Refuge at right set in pattern of acanthus scrollwork, overprinted in red, DUMBELL’S BANKING COMPANY LIMITED on obverse (Pick S141, Q.315), good extremely fine and rare £350-450

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1520 Dumbell’s Banking Company Limited, £1, part issued, 18- (1875-78), serial number 34999, manuscript signature of William Dumbell as manager, black on grey underprint, crowned arms with triskeles, lion and unicorn at top centre, value in guilloches in each corner, reverse triskeles with motto in geometric pattern set in foliate pattern of acanthus scrollwork (Pick S142, Q.317), fresh extremely fine and very rare, a handsome note £600-800

1521 Dumbell’s Banking Company Limited, £1, unissued, 18- (c.1899), serial number 121561, manuscript signature of John Shimmon as manager, black on grey underprint, crowned arms with triskeles, lion and unicorn at top centre, value in guilloches in each corner, reverse triskeles with motto set in ornate guilloche, value in each corner (Pick S143, Q.322), good very fine and very rare £500-700

1522 Dumbell’s Banking Company Limited, £1, unissued remainder, 18- (c.1899), serial number 145706, no signatures, black on grey underprint, crowned arms with triskeles, lion and unicorn at top centre, value in guilloches in each corner, reverse triskeles with motto set in ornate guilloche, value in each corner (Pick S143r, Q.323), about extremely fine and scarce £250-300

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON 1525 Isle of Man Bank Limited, specimen colour trial £1, ND (c.1934), no serial numbers, no signatures, purple on pale green underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour at upper centre, value on either side, the old and new arms of the Lords of Man at lower left and lower right respectively, reverse triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right, overprinted SPECIMEN WATERLOW & SONS LTD twice in red on obverse and reverse, three punch holes (Pick 6ct, Q.286-variety), about uncirculated to uncirculated and very rare £750-1,000

Isle of Man Bank Limited

1523 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £1, 1 August 1928, serial number W/1 7456, Cubbon and Quayle signatures, black and red on pale yellow underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour at upper centre, value on either side, the old and new arms of the Lords of Man at lower left and lower right respectively, reverse green, triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right (Pick 4, Q.277), original fine and rare £450-550

1526 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £1, 3 April 1935, serial number Q/2 3326, signatures Quayle and Ronan, blue and brown on pale green underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour at upper centre, value on either side, the old and new arms of the Lords of Man at lower left and lower right respectively, reverse triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right (Pick 6a, Q.284), good very fine and a rare early date £500-600 1524 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £1, 1 August 1928, serial number W/1 7589, Cubbon and Quayle signatures, black and red on pale yellow underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour at upper centre, value on either side, the old and new arms of the Lords of Man at lower left and lower right respectively, reverse green, triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right (Pick 4, Q.277), original fine and rare £450-550

1527 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £1, 27 April 1939, serial number C/3 9240, signatures Ronan and Corteen, blue and brown on pale green underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour at upper centre, value on either side, the old and new arms of the Lords of Man at lower left and lower right respectively, reverse triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right (Pick 6b, Q.288), nick in left margin, otherwise about very fine and very scarce £160-220 Lot 1525

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1528 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £1, 20 May 1940, serial number E/3 1619, signatures Ronan and Corteen, blue and brown on pale green underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour at upper centre, value on either side, the old and new arms of the Lords of Man at lower left and lower right respectively, reverse triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right (Pick 6b, Q.288), fresh, choice about uncirculated and very rare in this grade £550-650

1530 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £1, 20 May 1940, serial number E/3 1627, signatures Ronan and Corteen, blue and brown on pale green underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour at upper centre, value on either side, the old and new arms of the Lords of Man at lower left and lower right respectively, reverse triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right (Pick 6b, Q.288), fresh, good extremely fine to about uncirculated and rare in this grade £500-600 1531 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £1 (2), 30 August 1941, serial numbers H/3 6632 and J/3 7720, both signatures Ronan and Corteen; also £1, 28 October 1943, serial number M/3 3314, signatures Ronan and Quirk, all blue and brown on pale green underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour top centre, arms lower left and right, reverse triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right [Pick 6b (3), Q.288 (2), Q.289], the first very good, the remainder very fine (3) £120-160

1529 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £1, 20 May 1940, serial number E/3 1625, signatures Ronan and Corteen, blue and brown on pale green underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour at upper centre, value on either side, the old and new arms of the Lords of Man at lower left and lower right respectively, reverse triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right (Pick 6b, Q.288), fresh, good extremely fine and rare in this grade £450-550

1532 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £1 (2), 7 January 1948, serial numbers O/3 5485 and P/3 1269, both signatures Ronan and Quirk; also £1, 9 February 1949, serial number Q/3 2167 and £1, 10 November 1950, serial number T/3 8070, both signatures Ronan and Kelly, all blue and brown on pale green underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour top centre, arms lower left and right, reverse triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right [Pick 6b (4), Q.289 (2), Q.290 (2)], all pressed, otherwise in grades varying from about fine to good fine (4) £80-120 1533 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £1, 24 September 1951, serial number U/3 4335 and £1, 18 October 1952, serial number W/3 2254, both signatures Ronan and Kelly, both blue and brown on pale green underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour top centre, arms lower left and right, reverse triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right [Pick 6b (2), Q.290 (2)], the first very fine, the second pressed, mount marks, otherwise fine (2) £80-120

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1537 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £1, 30 December 1959, serial number M/4 8022, signatures Cashin and Quirk, blue and brown on pale green underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour top centre, arms lower left and right, reverse triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right (Pick 6d, Q.293), 4 mm tear in bottom margin, otherwise good extremely fine and very scarce in this grade £150-180

1534 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £1 (5), 5 January 1956, serial numbers C/4 8259, D/4 2372, E/4 8663, F/4 1679 and F/4 9089, all signatures Cashin and Quirk, all blue and brown on pale green underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour top centre, arms lower left and right, reverse triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right [Pick 6c (5), Q.293 (5)], all pressed, the last pinhole, otherwise very fine, the remainder fine (5) £100-150 1535 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £1 (2), 4 April 1957, serial numbers G/4 8404 and H/4 7078; also £1 (3), 17 March 1958, serial numbers I/4 7705, I/4 9779 and F/4 9089, all signatures Cashin and Quirk, all blue and brown on pale green underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour top centre, arms lower left and right, reverse triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right [Pick 6c (5), Q.293 (5)], all pressed, the second mount marks, otherwise very fine, the fourth writing on reverse, otherwise fine, the remainder fine (5) £100-150

1538 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £1 (4), 30 December 1959, serial numbers M/4 4526, N/4 0980, N/4 2618 and N/4 3029, all signatures Cashin and Quirk, all blue and brown on pale green underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour top centre, arms lower left and right, reverse triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right [Pick 6d (4), Q.293 (4)], the first pressed, otherwise about fine, the second very fine, the third pressed, otherwise very fine, the fourth very fine (4) £120-160

1536 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £1, 2 February 1959, serial numbers K/4 7920 and L/4 7275, both signatures Cashin and Quirk, both blue and brown on pale green underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour top centre, arms lower left and right, reverse triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right [Pick 6d (2), Q.293 (2)], the first ink figure in top margin, otherwise very fine, the second about very fine (2) £100-140

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WORLD BANKNOTES 1541 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £5, 1 November 1927 (issued 1 October 1936), serial number 11289, signatures Quayle and Corlett, blue on pale green and lilac underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour at upper centre, value on either side, the old and new arms of the Lords of Man at lower left and lower right respectively, reverse triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right (Pick 5, Q.303), pressed, very good to fine, a very rare signature combination, Quarmby states 4 believed extant £300-400 1539 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £5, 1 November 1927, serial number 9465, signatures Cubbon and Quayle, blue on pale green and lilac underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour at upper centre, value on either side, the old and new arms of the Lords of Man at lower left and lower right respectively, reverse triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right (Pick 5, Q.301), pressed, otherwise good extremely fine, attractive and rare £450-550

1542 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £5, 1 December 1936, serial number 13181, signatures Quayle and Ronan, brown on pink and grey-green underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour at upper centre, value on either side, the old and new arms of the Lords of Man at lower left and lower right respectively, reverse triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right (Pick 6Aa, Q.305), fine £150-200 1540 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £5, 1 November 1927, serial number 11080, signatures Cubbon and Quayle, blue on pale green and lilac underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour at upper centre, value on either side, the old and new arms of the Lords of Man at lower left and lower right respectively, reverse triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right (Pick 5, Q.301), pressed, ink spots on reverse, otherwise good very fine £300-350 1543 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £5, 1 December 1936, serial number 14060, signatures Quayle and Ronan, brown on pink and grey-green underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour at upper centre, value on either side, the old and new arms of the Lords of Man at lower left and lower right respectively, reverse triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right (Pick 6Aa, Q.305), top left corner missing, otherwise very fine £100-150

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Westminster Bank Limited

1544 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £5, 1 December 1936, serial number 14109, signatures Quayle and Ronan, brown on pink and grey-green underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour at upper centre, value on either side, the old and new arms of the Lords of Man at lower left and lower right respectively, reverse triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right (Pick 6Aa, Q.305), ink figure ‘23’ on obverse, otherwise good fine £200-250

1546 Westminster Bank Limited, specimen colour trial £1, ND (c. 1929), no serial number, no signatures, dark brown on yellow underprint, crowned arms with triskeles, lion and unicorn at top centre, arms of bank in upper corners, value in guilloches in lower corners, reverse green, triskeles with motto, value in ornate guilloches either side, overprinted SPECIMEN WATERLOW & SONS LTD in red, once on obverse and twice on reverse, five punch holes (Pick 23ct, Q.336), mounting traces, otherwise choice about uncirculated to uncirculated and very rare £750-1,000

1545 Isle of Man Bank Limited, £5, 7 April 1960, serial number 15663, signatures Cashin and Quirk, brown on pink and grey-green underprint, vignette of Douglas Harbour at upper centre, value on either side, the old and new arms of the Lords of Man at lower left and lower right respectively, reverse triskeles at centre, value in ornate guilloches at left and right (Pick 6Ab, Q.306), lower left corner tip missing, otherwise good very fine and a rare date, Quarmby states 9 believed extant £220-280

1547 Westminster Bank Limited, £1, 30 May 1944, serial number 172344, signatures Callin and Flinn; also £1, 23 November 1955, signatures Callin and Radcliffe, both black on pale yellow underprint, crowned arms with triskeles, lion and unicorn at top centre, arms of bank in upper corners, value in guilloches in lower corners, reverse blue on green underprint, triskeles with motto, value in ornate guilloches either side (Pick 23c, 23Aa, Q.338, 339), the first ink figure ‘96’ on reverse, otherwise fine, the second good very fine, scarce (2) £180-240

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1551 Westminster Bank Limited, £1 (2), 21 October 1960, serial numbers 240064 and 240642, both signatures Barlow and Russell, black on pale yellow underprint, crowned arms with triskeles, lion and unicorn at top centre, arms of bank in upper corners, value in guilloches in lower corners, reverse blue on green underprint, triskeles with motto, value in ornate guilloches either side [Pick 23Ab (2), Q.342 (2)], the first good very fine to about extremely fine, the second pressed, otherwise very fine (2) £150-200

1549 Westminster Bank Limited, £1, 21 October 1960, serial number 239923, signatures Barlow and Russell, black on pale yellow underprint, crowned arms with triskeles, lion and unicorn at top centre, arms of bank in upper corners, value in guilloches in lower corners, reverse blue on green underprint, triskeles with motto, value in ornate guilloches either side (Pick 23Ab, Q.342), uncirculated and rare in this grade £250-300 1552 Westminster Bank Limited, £1, 21 October 1960, serial number 243549, signatures Barlow and Russell, black on pale yellow underprint, crowned arms with triskeles, lion and unicorn at top centre, arms of bank in upper corners, value in guilloches in lower corners, reverse blue on green underprint, triskeles with motto, value in ornate guilloches either side (Pick 23Ab, Q.342), blue crayon line on obverse, otherwise about extremely fine £120-160

1550 Westminster Bank Limited, £1, 21 October 1960, serial number 239933, signatures Barlow and Russell, black on pale yellow underprint, crowned arms with triskeles, lion and unicorn at top centre, arms of bank in upper corners, value in guilloches in lower corners, reverse blue on green underprint, triskeles with motto, value in ornate guilloches either side (Pick 23Ab, Q.342), about uncirculated to uncirculated and rare in this grade £220-260

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Martins Bank Limited

1557 Martins Bank Limited, £1, 1 February 1957, serial number 225141, signature Conacher, black on grey underprint, bank arms at left, Tower of Refuge at right, reverse triskeles at centre, Castle Rushen at left, Albert Tower at right (Pick 19b, Q.364), uncirculated and rare in this grade £300-400

1553 Martins Bank Limited, specimen colour trial £1, 19(c.1929), no serial numbers, no signatures, green on pale green underprint, bank arms at left, Tower of Refuge at right, reverse triskeles at centre, Castle Rushen at left, Albert Tower at right, overprinted SPECIMEN WATERLOW & SONS LTD in red, once on obverse and twice on reverse, five punch holes (Pick 18ct, Q.358), mounting traces, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated and very rare £750-1,000 1554 Martins Bank Limited, £1, 1 October 1938, serial number 136709, signature Furniss, black on grey underprint, bank arms at left, Tower of Refuge at right, reverse triskeles at centre, Castle Rushen at left, Albert Tower at right (Pick 18b, Q.360), fine £90-120 1555 Martins Bank Limited, £1, 1 October 1938, serial number 138014, signature Furniss, black on grey underprint, bank arms at left, Tower of Refuge at right, reverse triskeles at centre, Castle Rushen at left, Albert Tower at right (Pick 18b, Q.360), 7mm tears in right and left margin, otherwise about very fine £80-100

1558 Martins Bank Limited, £1, 1 February 1957, serial number 225239, signature Conacher, black on grey underprint, bank arms at left, Tower of Refuge at right, reverse triskeles at centre, Castle Rushen at left, Albert Tower at right (Pick 19b, Q.364), green ink figure ‘99’ on obverse, otherwise good extremely fine £120-160

1556 Martins Bank Limited, £1 (2), 1 June 1950, serial numbers 180123 and 182241; also £1 (2), 1 May 1953, serial numbers 199489 and 204831, all signature Verity, black on grey underprint, bank arms at left, Tower of Refuge at right, reverse triskeles at centre, Castle Rushen at left, Albert Tower at right [Pick 19b (4), Q.363(4)], the first three pinholes, otherwise original good fine, the second fine, the third three pinholes, good fine, the fourth ink figures on obverse, otherwise good fine (4) £140-180 1559 Martins Bank Limited, £1, 1 February 1957, serial number 225404, signature Conacher, black on grey underprint, bank arms at left, Tower of Refuge at right, reverse triskeles at centre, Castle Rushen at left, Albert Tower at right (Pick 19b, Q.364), uncirculated and rare in this grade £300-400 2


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1560 Martins Bank Limited, £1, 1 February 1957, serial number 225493, signature Conacher, black on grey underprint, bank arms at left, Tower of Refuge at right, reverse triskeles at centre, Castle Rushen at left, Albert Tower at right (Pick 19b, Q.364), yellow mark on reverse, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated £220-280

1561 Martins Bank Limited, £1, 1 February 1957, serial number 225098, signature Conacher, black on grey underprint, bank arms at left, Tower of Refuge at right, reverse triskeles at centre, Castle Rushen at left, Albert Tower at right, overprinted CANCELLED in red (Pick 19b-cancelled, Q.unlisted), good extremely fine to about uncirculated, an unusual overprint £200-300

LLOYDS BANK LIMITED

1562 Lloyds Bank Limited, £1, 12 March 1941, serial number D7596, signatures Towler and Greenwood, black on green and lilac underprint, bank arms at centre, Viking longship at lower centre, reverse blue and lilac, triskeles at centre, value on either side (Pick 12a, Q.374), original very fine and a rare early date. This note has a rather poignant story. It belonged to the sister of a young farmer who grew up on the Isle of Man. At the start of The Second World War he immediately wanted to join the RAF but was too young. As soon as he was old enough he joined bomber command. Every time he was paid he would send £1 home to his mother. Eventually he was shot down and killed. His mother was informed, and later that day the post arrived, containing this £1 note. She kept it until her death in the 1980s. £400-500

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1563 Lloyds Bank Limited, £1, 26 February 1954, serial number D28168, signatures Greenwood and Collister, black on green and lilac underprint, bank arms at centre, Viking longship at lower centre, reverse blue and lilac, triskeles at centre, value on either side (Pick 12b, Q.380), original very fine and very scarce £300-400

1566 Lloyds Bank Limited, £1, 29 April 1960, serial number D47038, signatures Berry and Collister, black on green and lilac underprint, bank arms at centre, Viking longship at lower centre, reverse blue and lilac, triskeles at centre, value on either side (Pick 13a, Q.382), ink figures in top margin of obverse, pressed, otherwise extremely fine £180-240

1564 Lloyds Bank Limited, unissued £1 (3), 19- (1955), no serial numbers, no signatures, black on green and lilac underprint, bank arms at centre, Viking longship at lower centre, reverse blue and lilac, triskeles at centre, value on either side, one copy perforated CANCELLED [Pick 13r (3), Q.381(3) for type], uncirculated (3) £260-320

1567 Lloyds Bank Limited, £1, 14 March 1961, serial number D49644, signatures Berry and Collister, black on green and lilac underprint, bank arms at centre, Viking longship at lower centre, reverse blue and lilac, triskeles at centre, value on either side (Pick 13a, Q.382), small blob of black ink on reverse, otherwise choice extremely fine, last date of issue and rare in this grade £350-450

1565 Lloyds Bank Limited, £1, 28 February 1958, serial number D41771, signatures Berry and Collister, black on green and lilac underprint, bank arms at centre, Viking longship at lower centre, reverse blue and lilac, triskeles at centre, value on either side (Pick 13a, Q.382), ink figures on reverse, pressed fine £90-120

1568 Lloyds Bank Limited, £1, 14 March 1961, serial number D49798, signatures Berry and Collister, black on green and lilac underprint, bank arms at centre, Viking longship at lower centre, reverse blue and lilac, triskeles at centre, value on either side (Pick 13a, Q.382), good extremely fine to about uncirculated, last date of issue and rare in this grade £400-500 21


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BARCLAYS BANK LIMITED

1569 Barclays Bank Limited, £1, 20 March 1950, serial number 27210, manuscript signatures of Hall and Tranter, brown cream and green, triskeles at centre, reverse brown, view of Douglas harbour, value at left and right (Pick 1b, Q.387), good fine and a rare early signature combination £400-600

1570 Barclays Bank Limited, £1, 5 May 1952, serial number 30624, manuscript signatures of Hall and Butterworth, brown cream and green, triskeles at centre, reverse brown, view of Douglas harbour, value at left and right (Pick 1b, Q.388), blue ink spots on reverse, lightly pressed, otherwise good very fine and a very scarce date £300-350

1571 Barclays Bank Limited, £1, 17 March 1953, serial number 33259, manuscript signatures of Hall and Butterworth, brown cream and green, triskeles at centre, reverse brown, view of Douglas harbour, value at left and right (Pick 1b, Q.388), pressed, otherwise good very fine and a very scarce date £300-350

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1572 Barclays Bank Limited, £1, 4 December 1953, serial number 34699, manuscript signatures of Hall and Butterworth, brown cream and green, triskeles at centre, reverse brown, view of Douglas harbour, value at left and right (Pick 1b, Q.388), pressed, otherwise good very fine and another very scarce date £300-350

1573 Barclays Bank Limited, £1, 10 April 1954, serial number 35914, facsimile signatures of Hall and Butterworth, brown cream and green, triskeles at centre, reverse brown, view of Douglas harbour, value at left and right (Pick 1c, Q.389), several light ripples probably from damp storage, otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated, the first date for this facsimile signature combination and a lovely original note, thus very rare £500-700

1574 Barclays Bank Limited, £1, 16 December 1955, serial number 37628, facsimile signatures of Hall and Butterworth, brown cream and green, triskeles at centre, reverse brown, view of Douglas harbour, value at left and right (Pick 1c, Q.389), pencil figure on reverse, otherwise good fine £240-280

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1575 Barclays Bank Limited, £1, 16 October 1956, serial number 38709, facsimile signatures of Hall and Butterworth, brown cream and green, triskeles at centre, reverse brown, view of Douglas harbour, value at left and right (Pick 1c, Q.389), good fine £250-300

1576 Barclays Bank Limited, £1, 1 March 1957, serial number 40669, facsimile signatures of Hall and Butterworth, brown cream and green, triskeles at centre, reverse brown, view of Douglas harbour, value at left and right (Pick 1c, Q.389), pressed, otherwise very fine £200-250

1577 Barclays Bank Limited, £1, 9 March 1958, serial number 43659, facsimile signatures of Hall and Butterworth, brown cream and green, triskeles at centre, reverse brown, view of Douglas harbour, value at left and right (Pick 1c, Q.389), choice, original very fine £300-400

1578 Peveril Internment Camp, 1⁄ 2 Penny canteen voucher on card, ND (1940-45), serial number A 594, white, black text, handstamped signature at right (Q.415, Campbell 5381), good fine, Quarmby states 14 believed extant £300-400

1579 Peveril Internment Camp, 1 Penny canteen voucher on card, ND (1940-45), serial number B 955, orangeyellow, black text, handstamped signature at right (Q.416, Campbell 5382a), green crayon line on obverse, otherwise good very fine, Quarmby states 23 believed extant £200-250

1580 Peveril Internment Camp, 1 Penny canteen voucher on card, ND (1940-45), serial number B 977, orangeyellow, black text, handstamped signature at right (Q.416, Campbell 5382a), extremely fine, Quarmby states 23 believed extant £250-300

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1581 Peveril Internment Camp, 1 Penny canteen voucher on card, ND (1940-45), serial number B 1441, orange-red, black text, handstamped signature at right (Q.417, Campbell 5382b), chip in top edge, 3mm tear in bottom edge, otherwise good very fine, Quarmby states 32 believed extant £130-160

1585 Peveril Internment Camp, 1 shilling canteen voucher on card, ND (1940-45), serial number D 45, mauve, black text, handstamped signature at right (Q.419, Campbell 5384), about uncirculated, Quarmby states 33 believed extant £250-300

1582 Peveril Internment Camp, 1 Penny canteen voucher on card, ND (1940-45), serial number B 1448, orange-red, black text, handstamped signature at right (Q.417, Campbell 5382b), 2mm tear in bottom edge, otherwise very fine, Quarmby states 32 believed extant £140-180

1586 Peveril Internment Camp, 1 shilling canteen voucher on card, ND (1940-45), serial number D 48, mauve, black text, handstamped signature at right (Q.419, Campbell 5384), good very fine, Quarmby states 33 believed extant £180-220

1583 Peveril Internment Camp, 1 Penny canteen voucher on card, ND (1940-45), serial number B 1460, orange-red, black text, handstamped signature at right (Q.417, Campbell 5382b), top right corner tip missing, otherwise good very fine, Quarmby states 32 believed extant £150-200

1587 Peveril Internment Camp, 1 shilling canteen voucher on card, ND (1940-45), serial number D 54, mauve, black text, handstamped signature at right (Q.419, Campbell 5384), good extremely fine, Quarmby states 33 believed extant £220-260

1584 Peveril Internment Camp, 6 pence canteen voucher on card, ND (1940-45), serial number C 3624, pink, black text, overprinted with purple handstamps, “PEVERIL DETAINEES A/c PEEL, I.O.M. ............... MAJOR, COMMANDER PEVERIL CAMP” and “DETAINEES A/c” (Q.418, Campbell 5383), extremely fine, Quarmby states18 believed extant £320-380

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ISLE OF MAN GOVERNMENT

1590 Peveril Internment Camp, 2 shillings and six pence canteen voucher on card, ND (1940-45), serial number E 519, blue, black text, green manuscript signature at right (Q.421, Campbell 5385), about uncirculated to uncirculated, Quarmby states 20 believed extant £350-450

1592 Isle of Man Government, specimen colour trial 10 shillings, ND (c.1961), serial number 000000, no signature, purple and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 24ct, Linzmayer IOMG B1t), about uncirculated to uncirculated and rare £500-600 1593 Isle of Man Government, 10 shillings (3), ND (1961), serial numbers 278720, 694267/68, signature Garvey, red and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail [Pick 24a (3), Linzmayer IOMG B1a (3)], choice about uncirculated, the consecutive pair scarce (3) £80-100

1591 Great Britain, Treasury Series, a pair of forgeries comprising 10 shillings ND (original 1915), serial number Z/7 191550, signature Bradbury, design as first note but overprinted in Arabic “Piastres silver 60” (Dardanelles Campaign); also £1, ND (original 1923), non-existent serial number H/77 368734, signature Warren-Fisher, green and brown, King George V at right, St George & Dragon at left, reverse Houses of Parliament, all no watermarks (Duggleby T15, T24 for types), the first good fine, the second good to very good (2) £80-120

1594 Isle of Man Government, 10 shillings (3), ND (1961), serial numbers 467274, 862158/59, signature Garvey, red and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail [Pick 24a (3), Linzmayer IOMG B1a (3)], the first about uncirculated to uncirculated, the remainder good extremely fine to about uncirculated, the consecutive pair scarce (3) £80-100

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1598 Isle of Man Government, 10 shillings (5), ND (1969), consecutive serial numbers A508081/82/83/84/85, signature Stallard, all red and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail [Pick 24b (5), Linzmayer IOMG B1b (5)], uncirculated and a very scarce consecutive quintet (5) £150-200

1595 Isle of Man Government, 10 shillings (4), ND (1961), consecutive serial numbers A116478/79/80/81, signature Garvey, red and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail [Pick 24a (4), Linzmayer IOMG B1a (4)], the first good extremely fine to about uncirculated, the remainder about uncirculated and a very scarce consecutive quartet (4) £120-160

1599 Isle of Man Government, 10 shillings (3), ND (1969), serial numbers A508087, A508091/92, signature Stallard, all red and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail [Pick 24b (3), Linzmayer IOMG B1b (3)], about uncirculated to uncirculated, the consecutive pair scarce (3) £100-130

1596 Isle of Man Government, 10 shillings (2), ND (1961), serial numbers A178675, A227319, signature Garvey; also 10 shillings (2), ND (1969), serial numbers A497558 and A512336, signature Stallard, all red and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail [Pick 24a (2), 24b (2), Linzmayer IOMG B1a (2), B1b (2)], the first uncirculated, the second very fine, the third extremely fine, the fourth about extremely fine (4) £100-130

1600 Isle of Man Government, specimen colour trial £1, ND (c.1961), serial number A000000, no signature, green and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 25ct, Linzmayer IOMG B2t), choice about uncirculated to uncirculated and rare £600-800

1597 Isle of Man Government, 10 shillings (6), ND (1969), serial numbers A262521, A358586, A387964, A506445, A508530, A513143, signature Stallard, all red and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail [Pick 24b (6), Linzmayer IOMG B1b (6)], the first uncirculated, the fourth about uncirculated, the sixth about extremely fine, the remainder good extremely fine (6) £120-160

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1601 Isle of Man Government, £1 (3), ND (1961), serial numbers 003186, 046001, 447750, signature Garvey, purple and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 25a (3), Linzmayer IOMG B2a (3)], the first extremely fine, the second about uncirculated, the third uncirculated (3) £150-200 1602 Isle of Man Government, £1 (6), ND (1961), serial numbers 003928, 031351, 080721, 327704, 361594, 601300, signature Garvey; also £1 (3), ND (1967), serial numbers B 447602, B 879698 and B 881953, signature Stallard, all purple and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 25a (6), Pick 25b (3), Linzmayer IOMG B2a (6), B2b (3)], three copies good fine, four copies very fine, two copies good extremely fine, one with three pinholes (9) £60-90

1603 ERROR: Isle of Man Government, £1, ND (1961), serial number 773349, signature Garvey, purple, bluegreen and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse blue, St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill (Pick 25a-error, Linzmayer IOMG B2a-error), surface dirt, pressed, otherwise very fine and an extremely rare error of colour £100-200

1604 Isle of Man Government, £1 (2), ND (1967), consecutive serial numbers B 818951/52, signature Stallard, purple and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 25b (2), Linzmayer IOMG B2b (2)], about uncirculated to uncirculated and a scarce consecutive pair (2) £100-140

1605 Isle of Man Government, £1 (5), ND (1967), serial numbers B 967212, C 159261, C 374881, C123744, C 379616, signature Stallard, purple and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 25b (5), Linzmayer IOMG B2b (5)], the first three uncirculated, the last two good extremely fine, one copy with two pinholes (5) £200-250

1606 Isle of Man Government, £1, ND (1967), solid serial number C 222222, signature Stallard, purple and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill (Pick 25b, Linzmayer IOMG B2b), good very fine and a rare solid number £60-100

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON 1607 Isle of Man Government, £1 (6), ND (1967), consecutive serial numbers C 427314 to C427319 inclusive, signature Stallard, purple and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 25b (6), Linzmayer IOMG B2b (6)], all extremely fine and a very scarce consecutive sextet (6) £100-140

1610 Isle of Man Government, specimen set of the, ND (1961) Issue, all 000000 serial numbers, all signature Garvey, all Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, comprising 10 shillings, red and multicoloured, £1, purple and multicoloured and £5, green, blue and multicoloured, all overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse, two punch holes (Pick 24s1, 25s1, 26s1, Linzmayer IOMG B1as, B2as, B3as3), the first about uncirculated to uncirculated, the second uncirculated, the third small piece of print missing on obverse, otherwise about uncirculated and a very scarce set (3) £260-340

1608 Isle of Man Government, specimen colour trial £5, ND (1961), serial number 000000, no signature, brown, blue and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse brown, Castle Rushen, overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 26ct , Linzmayer IOMG B3t), choice about uncirculated to uncirculated and very rare £700-900

1611 Isle of Man Government, £5, ND (1961), serial number 011317, signature Garvey, green, blue and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey, Castle Rushen (Pick 26a, Linzmayer IOMG B3a) three rust spots in lower margin, otherwise good very fine £100-120

1609 Isle of Man Government, specimen £5, ND (1961), serial number 112052 deleted with five black lines, signature Garvey, green, blue and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey, Castle Rushen, overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse, two punch holes (Pick 26s2, Linzmayer IOMG B3as2), choice about uncirculated to uncirculated and very scarce £130-170

1612 Isle of Man Government, £5, ND (1961), serial number 241509, signature Garvey, green, blue and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey, Castle Rushen (Pick 26a, Linzmayer IOMG B3a) good very fine £120-140

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1616 Isle of Man Government, £5, ND (1968), serial number 313307, signature Stallard, green, blue and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey, Castle Rushen (Pick 26b, Linzmayer IOMG B3b) one rust spot, otherwise good very fine £100-120

1614 Isle of Man Government, £5, ND (1968), serial number 300000, signature Stallard, green, blue and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey, Castle Rushen (Pick 26b, Linzmayer IOMG B3b) about extremely fine and a desirable serial number £140-180 1617 Isle of Man Government, specimen 50 pence (2), ND (1969), both serial number 000000, signature Stallard, blue and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail, overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse, one punch hole [Pick 27s (2), Linzmayer IOMG B4as (2)], the first uncirculated, the second about extremely fine, very scarce (2) £150-200

1615 Isle of Man Government, £5, ND (1968), serial number 418659, signature Stallard, green, blue and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey, Castle Rushen (Pick 26b, Linzmayer IOMG B3b) one rust spot, otherwise about extremely fine £120-140 1618 Isle of Man Government, 50 pence, ND (1969), serial number 000023, signature Stallard, blue and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail (Pick 27a, Linzmayer IOMG B4a), about uncirculated to uncirculated and a very scarce low number £100-150 WWW.SPINK.COM

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON 1619 Isle of Man Government, 50 pence (4), ND (1969), serial numbers 000286, 000588, 209489, 660730, signature Stallard, blue and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail [Pick 27a (4), Linzmayer IOMG B4a (4)], the first and third uncirculated, the second about uncirculated, the fourth good extremely fine, the two copies with low serial numbers scarce (4) £70-90

1622 Isle of Man Government, specimen 50 pence, ND (1976-79), serial number C 000000, signature Paul, 20mm wide; also specimen 50 pence, ND (1979), serial number C 346097, signature Dawson, both blue and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail, the first overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse only, the second overprinted SPECIMEN in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole [Pick 28s2 (2), Linzmayer IOMG B5cs, B5ds], the first about uncirculated, the second uncirculated and rare (2) £180-240

1620 Isle of Man Government, 50 pence (7), ND (1969), serial numbers 006502/03/04/05/06/07/08, signature Stallard, blue and multicoloured, Annigoni portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail [Pick 27a (7), Linzmayer IOMG B4a(7)], choice about uncirculated to uncirculated and a very scarce consecutive septet (7) £150-200

1623 Isle of Man Government, 50 pence, ND (1972), serial number A 200008, signature Stallard, blue and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail (Pick 28a, Linzmayer IOMG B5a), uncirculated, the series begins at A200001, so a very desirable low number 8 £100-150

1621 Isle of Man Government, specimen 50 pence (2), ND (1972), both serial number A 000000, signature Stallard, blue and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail, overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse, the first two punch holes, the second one punch hole [Pick 28s1 (2), Linzmayer IOMG B5as (2)], the first uncirculated, the second mounting paper at left and glue traces, otherwise uncirculated, very scarce (2) £140-180

1624 Isle of Man Government, 50 pence (2), ND (1972), serial numbers A 200017, A 200019, signature Stallard, blue and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail (Pick 28a, Linzmayer IOMG B5a), uncirculated, the series begins at A200001, so two desirable low numbers (2) £120-180

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1625 Isle of Man Government, 50 pence (2), ND (1972), serial numbers A 200021, A 200023, signature Stallard, blue and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail (Pick 28a, Linzmayer IOMG B5a), uncirculated, the series begins at A200001, so two desirable low numbers and number 23 has minor error with additional ink at lower right on reverse (2) £120-180 1626 Isle of Man Government, 50 pence (3), ND (1972), serial numbers A 203501, A 586693, A 643257, signature Stallard; also 50 pence (4), ND (1979), serial numbers B 523514, B 534062/63, B 540937, signature Paul, 20mm wide, all blue and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail [Pick 28a (3), 28c (4), Linzmayer IOMG B5a (3), B5c (4)], the sixth note about uncirculated, the remainder about uncirculated to uncirculated (7) £100-130

1627 Isle of Man Government, 50 pence (4), ND (1974), serial numbers A 800023, B 000009, B 000014, B 000016, signature Paul, 28mm wide, blue and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail [Pick 28b (4), Linzmayer IOMG B5b (4)], the first about uncirculated, and the 23rd note with this signature, the last about uncirculated to uncirculated, the remainder uncirculated and all low numbers £120-160

1628 Isle of Man Government, 50 pence (4), ND (1979), serial numbers B 543191/12, C000014, C 122957, signature Paul, 20mm wide; also 50 pence (3), ND (1979), serial numbers C 200024, C 664668, signature Dawson, all blue and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail [Pick 28c (4), 33 (2), Linzmayer IOMG B5c (4), B5d (2)], choice about uncirculated to uncirculated, the third note a very low serial number, the fifth note is the 24th note of split Dawson prefix (6) £100-120

1629 Isle of Man Government, 50 pence (2), ND (1979), serial numbers C 000021, C 148012, signature Paul, 20mm wide; also 50 pence (5), ND (1979), serial numbers C 200032/33/34, C 691456, C 699895, signature Dawson, all blue and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail [Pick 28c (2), 33 (5), Linzmayer IOMG B5c (2), B5d (5)], the second, sixth and seventh notes good extremely fine, the remainder uncirculated, the first note a low serial number, also a scarce consecutive trio of low serial numbers for the split Dawson prefix (7) £130-160 1630 Isle of Man Government, 50 pence (2), ND (1979), serial numbers C 000028, C 097753, signature Paul, 20mm wide; also 50 pence (5), ND (1979), serial numbers C 283755, C 337215, C 553220, C 629585/86, signature Dawson, all blue and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail [Pick 28c (2), 33 (5), Linzmayer IOMG B5c (2), B5d (5)], the second and fourth about uncirculated to uncirculated, the third very fine, the remainder uncirculated, the first note a low serial number (7) £80-100

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON 1631 Isle of Man Government, 50 pence, ND (1979), serial number C 000026, signature Paul, 20mm wide; also 50 pence (6), ND (1979), serial numbers C 200036/37/38/39, C 247278, signature Dawson, all blue and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail [Pick 28c, 33 (6), Linzmayer IOMG B5c, B5d (6)], all uncirculated, the first note a low serial number, also a very scarce consecutive quartet of low serial numbers for the split Dawson prefix (7) £140-180

1634 Isle of Man Government, £1, ND (1972), serial number C 956415, signature Stallard; £1, ND (1974), serial number E 246616, signature Paul, 28mm wide; £1, ND (1977), serial number G 393589, signature Paul, 20mm wide; and £1, ND (1980), serial number J 799971, signature Dawson, all purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill (Pick 29a, 29c, 29e, 34, Linzmayer IOMG B6a, B6b, B6c, B6d), the first two good extremely fine, the remainder about uncirculated to uncirculated (4) £70-90 1635 Isle of Man Government, £1, ND (1972), serial number D 094967, signature Stallard; £1, ND (1974), serial number E 000005, signature Paul, 28mm wide; £1, ND (1976), serial number F 704175, signature Paul, 20mm wide; and £1, ND (1980), serial number J 087577, signature Dawson, all purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill (Pick 29a, 29c, 29e, 34, Linzmayer IOMG B6a, B6b, B6c, B6d), the first two about uncirculated to uncirculated, the third good very fine, the fourth uncirculated (4) £80-100

1632 Isle of Man Government, specimen £1, ND (1972), serial number C 000000, signature Stallard; also specimen £1, ND (1977), serial number G 8-9870, both purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill, overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse, two or three punch holes (Pick 29s1, 29s2, Linzmayer IOMG B6as, B6cs), both uncirculated and very scarce (2) £160-220

1636 Isle of Man Government, £1, ND (1972), serial number D 816820, signature Stallard; £1, ND (1974), serial number E 000009, signature Paul, 28mm wide; £1, ND (1976), serial number F 000038, signature Paul, 20mm wide; and £1, ND (1980), serial number J 000042, signature Dawson, all purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill (Pick 29a, 29c, 29e, 34, Linzmayer IOMG B6a, B6b, B6c, B6d), the second about uncirculated, the remainder uncirculated (4) £100-140

1633 Isle of Man Government, £1, ND (1972), serial number C 850005, signature Stallard, purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill (Pick 29a, Linzmayer IOMG B6a), uncirculated, the series starts at 850001, so a very low number 5 £120-160

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1637 Isle of Man Government, £1(3), ND (1972), serial numbers D 316665, D 634338, D 649674, signature Stallard; £1 (3), ND (1976-79), serial numbers F 000032, G 000009, H 000009, signature Paul, 20mm wide, all purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 29a (3), 29e (3), Linzmayer IOMG B6a (3), B6c (3)], the first two extremely fine, the third about extremely fine, the remainder uncirculated and three low numbers (6) £100-150

1638 Isle of Man Government, £1 (4), ND (1976-79), serial numbers F 000007, F 000008, G 000007, G 000008, signature Paul, 20mm wide, all purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 29e (4), Linzmayer IOMG B6c (4)], all uncirculated and a desirable group of consecutive pairs with matched very low numbers (4) £100-160 1639 Isle of Man Government, £1, ND (1979-80), consecutive serial numbers H 000036/37/38, signature Paul, 20mm wide; £1, ND (1980), serial number H 500009, signature Dawson, all purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 29c (3), 34, Linzmayer IOMG B6c (3), B6d], all uncirculated and a scarce consecutive low numbered trio (4) £80-120

1640 Isle of Man Government, £1 (2), ND (1979-80), serial numbers H 000040, H000046, signature Paul, 20mm wide; £1(6), ND (1980), first serial number H 440123 and prefixes J, K, P, Q and R, signature Dawson, all purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 29c (2), 34 (6), Linzmayer IOMG B6c (2), B6d (6)], the last two about uncirculated, the remainder uncirculated, three low numbered notes with prefix split at H 440000 (8) £100-120

1641 Isle of Man Government, £1, ND (1979-80), last serial number H 439947, signature Paul, 20mm wide; £1(2), ND (1980), first consecutive serial numbers H 440046/47, signature Dawson, all purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 29c, 34 (2), Linzmayer IOMG B6c, B6d (2)], all uncirculated, prefix split at H440000, so one high numbered last and two low numbered consecutive firsts, scarce (3) £110-140

1642 Isle of Man Government, £1 (6), ND (1980-87), serial numbers J 000016, J 0000043, K 000019, K989727/28, P500021, signature Dawson, all purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 34 (6), Linzmayer IOMG B6d (6)], all uncirculated, four low numbers and prefix split with £1 bradvek at P 50000, scarce (6) £100-130

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON 1643 Isle of Man Government, £1 (15), ND (1982-89), prefixes K, P (4) and Q (2), serial numbers R 499009, R 330818/19/20, R 499971/72/73/74, signature Dawson, all purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 34 (15), Linzmayer IOMG B6d (15)], two copies uncirculated, five copies good very fine, one copy good extremely fine, the remainder about uncirculated (15) £100-150 1644 Isle of Man Government, £1, ND (1989), serial number R499998, signature Dawson, purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill (Pick 34, Linzmayer IOMG B6d), extremely fine and the third from last note of this signature and design, thus very desirable £100-200

1645 Isle of Man Government, specimen colour trial £5, ND (1972), serial number 000000, signature Stallard, brown, blue and green, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse brown, Castle Rushen, overprinted SPECIMEN horizontally in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 30act, Linzmayer IOMG B7at), glue residue in left margin, otherwise choice about uncirculated to uncirculated and rare £600-700

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WORLD BANKNOTES 1648 Isle of Man Government, unissued £5, ND (197279), no serial numbers, signature title Lieutenant Governor, no signature, purple and blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey-green, Castle Rushen, (Pick 30 for type Linzmayer IOMG B7 for type), about uncirculated to uncirculated and rare £220-280 1646 Isle of Man Government, specimen £5, ND (1972), serial number 000000, signature Stallard, purple and blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey-green, Castle Rushen, overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse, two punch holes (Pick 30as, Linzmayer IOMG B7as), choice about uncirculated to uncirculated and very scarce £150-200 1649 Isle of Man Government, unissued £5, ND (197279), no serial numbers, signature title Lieutenant Governor, no signature, purple and blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey-green, Castle Rushen, (Pick 30 for type Linzmayer IOMG B7 for type), about uncirculated and rare £200-250

1647 Isle of Man Government, unissued £5, ND (197279), no serial numbers, signature title Lieutenant Governor, no signature, purple and blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey-green, Castle Rushen, (Pick 30 for type Linzmayer IOMG B7 for type), about uncirculated to uncirculated and rare £220-280

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1650-1652 No lots.

1653 Isle of Man Government, £5, ND (1972), serial number 500006, signature Stallard, purple and blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey-green, Castle Rushen, (Pick 30a, Linzmayer IOMG B7a), about uncirculated to uncirculated and a desirable low serial number £240-340

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1657 Isle of Man Government, £5, ND (1975), serial number A 610402, signature Paul, purple and blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey-green, Castle Rushen (Pick 30b, Linzmayer IOMG B7b), uncirculated, scarce £140-180

1654 Isle of Man Government, £5, ND (1972), serial number 500019, signature Stallard, purple and blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey-green, Castle Rushen, (Pick 30a, Linzmayer IOMG B7a), uncirculated and a desirable low number, the issue beginning at 500001 £250-300

1658 Isle of Man Government, £5 (2), ND (1975), serial numbers A 745869, A 994879, signature Paul, purple and blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey-green, Castle Rushen, [Pick 30b (2), Linzmayer IOMG B7b (2)], both good very fine to about extremely fine (2) £60-90

1655 Isle of Man Government, £5 (2), ND (1972), serial numbers 508931, 537662, signature Stallard, purple and blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey-green, Castle Rushen, [Pick 30a (2), Linzmayer IOMG B7a (2)], good very fine (2) £100-150

1659 Isle of Man Government, specimen £5, ND (1979), serial number B 000000, signature Paul, purple and blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey-green, Castle Rushen, overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse, one punch hole (Pick 30bs, Linzmayer IOMG B7bs), good extremely fine and scarce £100-140

1656 Isle of Man Government, £5 (3), ND (1972), serial numbers 636118, 668538, 924211, signature Stallard, purple and blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey-green, Castle Rushen, [Pick 30a (3), Linzmayer IOMG B7a (3)], the first very fine, the remainder good very fine (3) £140-180 0


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WORLD BANKNOTES 1660 Isle of Man Government, £5 (2), ND (January 1979), serial numbers B 171475, B 454678, signature Paul; £5, ND (December 1980), serial number B 724268, signature Dawson, purple and blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey-green, Castle Rushen, [Pick 30b (2), 35a, Linzmayer IOMG B7b (2), B7c], the first extremely fine, the second good extremely fine, the third good very fine and split prefixes (3) £100-120 1663 Isle of Man Government, £5 (2), ND (1982), serial numbers C 298220, C 446602, signature Dawson, purple and blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey-green, Castle Rushen, [Pick 35a (2), Linzmayer IOMG B7c (2)], the first about uncirculated to uncirculated, the second uncirculated (2) £130-170

1661 Isle of Man Government, £5, ND (December 1980), serial number B 600041, signature Dawson, purple and blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey-green, Castle Rushen, (Pick 35a, Linzmayer IOMG B7c), uncirculated and a low serial number 41 of a split prefix, very scarce £160-220

1662 Isle of Man Government, specimen £5, ND (1979), serial number B 861012, signature Dawson, purple and blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey-green, Castle Rushen, overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse, two punch holes (Pick 35as, Linzmayer IOMG B7cs), mounting traces and paper residue, otherwise extremely fine and very scarce £120-160

1664 Isle of Man Government, £5 (3), ND (1982-87), serial numbers C 351694, C 962324 and D 254492 (sans serif), signature Dawson, purple and blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey-green, Castle Rushen [Pick 35a (2), 35Aa, Linzmayer IOMG B7c (2), B8a], the first extremely fine, the second about uncirculated, the third good extremely fine (3) £100-130

1665 Isle of Man Government, £5 (3), ND (1987), serial numbers D 306861/62/63 (sans serif), signature Dawson, purple and blue on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse grey-green, Castle Rushen, [Pick 35Aa (3), Linzmayer IOMG B8a (3)], all uncirculated and a very scarce consecutive trio £250-300

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON 1666 Isle of Man Government, specimen £10, ND (1972), serial number 000000, signature Stallard, brown and dark green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse brown and orange, Peel Castle, overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse, two punch holes (Pick 31as, Linzmayer IOMG B9as), uncirculated and very scarce £250-300

1667 Isle of Man Government, £10, ND (1972), serial number 000019, signature Stallard, brown and dark green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse brown and orange, Peel Castle (Pick 31a, Linzmayer IOMG B9a), about uncirculated and a very low number on a very rare note £800-1,000

1668 Isle of Man Government, £10, ND (1972), serial number 000040, signature Stallard, brown and dark green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse brown and orange, Peel Castle (Pick 31a, Linzmayer IOMG B9a), uncirculated and a very low number on a very rare note £900-1,200 0


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1669 Isle of Man Government, £10, ND (1972), serial number 021762, signature Stallard, brown and dark green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse brown and orange, Peel Castle (Pick 31a, Linzmayer IOMG B9a), about extremely fine £240-320

1670 Isle of Man Government, £10, ND (1972), serial number 032558, signature Stallard, brown and dark green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse brown and orange, Peel Castle (Pick 31a, Linzmayer IOMG B9a), ink figures on obverse and reverse, otherwise original fine £80-120

1672 Isle of Man Government, specimen £10, ND (1975), serial number 000000, signature Paul, brown and dark green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse brown and orange, Peel Castle, overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse, two punch holes (Pick 31bs, Linzmayer IOMG B9bs), ripples in top margin (probably caused by damp) otherwise about uncirculated to uncirculated and very scarce £150-200

1673 Isle of Man Government, £10, ND (1975), serial number 092728, signature Paul, brown and dark green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse brown and orange, Peel Castle (Pick 31b, Linzmayer IOMG B9b), uncirculated £180-240

1671 Isle of Man Government, specimen £10, ND (1975), serial number 000000, signature Paul, brown and dark green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse brown and orange, Peel Castle, overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse, two punch holes (Pick 31bs, Linzmayer IOMG B9bs), about uncirculated to uncirculated and very scarce £220-280

1674 Isle of Man Government, £10, ND (1975), serial number 105801, signature Paul, brown and dark green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse brown and orange, Peel Castle (Pick 31b, Linzmayer IOMG B9b), choice about uncirculated to uncirculated £170-220

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON 1675 Isle of Man Government, £10 (2), ND (1975), serial numbers 178184, 308650, signature Paul, brown and dark green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse brown and orange, Peel Castle [Pick 31b (2), Linzmayer IOMG B9b (2)], the first about extremely fine, the second choice very fine (2) £70-100

1679 Isle of Man Government, £10 (2), ND (1984), serial numbers A 751412, A 811660, signature Dawson, brown and dark green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse brown and orange, Peel Castle [Pick 36a (2), Linzmayer IOMG B9c (2)], about uncirculated to uncirculated (2) £160-220 1676 Isle of Man Government, specimen £10, ND (1980), serial number 603147, signature Dawson, brown and dark green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse brown and orange, Peel Castle, overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 36s1, Linzmayer IOMG B9cs), paper residue from mounting in a frame, otherwise good extremely fine and extremely rare, only 20 copies believed extant £250-350 1677 Isle of Man Government, £10 (4), ND (1980), serial numbers 426766, 529138, 665077, 692640, signature Dawson, brown and dark green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse brown and orange, Peel Castle [Pick 36a (4), Linzmayer IOMG B9c (4)], all good very fine (4) £100-150

1680 Isle of Man Government, £10 (3), ND (1984), serial numbers A 811664/65/66, signature Dawson, brown and dark green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse brown and orange, Peel Castle [Pick 36a (3), Linzmayer IOMG B9c (3)], the first two about uncirculated, the third good extremely fine to about uncirculated and a very scarce consecutive trio (3) £200-250

1678 Isle of Man Government, £10, ND (1984), serial number A 654180, signature Dawson, brown and dark green on multicoloured underprint, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse brown and orange, Peel Castle (Pick 36a, Linzmayer IOMG B9c), uncirculated £100-150 11


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WORLD BANKNOTES 1683 Isle of Man Government, £20, ND (1979), serial number 000050, signature Dawson, scarlet, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, overprinted “ISSUED DURING MILLENNIUM YEAR 1979”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 (Pick 32, Linzmayer IOMG B11), uncirculated and a low number £300-400

1681 Isle of Man Government, specimen £20, ND (1979), serial number 000000, signature Dawson, scarlet, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854, overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse, one punch hole (Pick 37as, Linzmayer IOMG B10s), about uncirculated and very scarce £140-180 1684 Isle of Man Government, £20 (2), ND (1979), serial numbers 001181, 001316, signature Dawson, scarlet, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, overprinted “ISSUED DURING MILLENNIUM YEAR 1979”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [(Pick 32 (2), Linzmayer IOMG B11 (2)], the first choice very fine, the second extremely fine (2) £140-180

1682 Isle of Man Government, specimen £20, ND (1979), serial number 027136, signature Dawson, scarlet, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854, overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 37s, Linzmayer IOMG B10as), paper residue from mounting in a frame, small hole at left, otherwise about uncirculated and extremely rare, only 20 copies believed extant £100-150

1685 Isle of Man Government, £20, ND (1979), serial number 002398, signature Dawson, scarlet, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, overprinted “ISSUED DURING MILLENNIUM YEAR 1979”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 (Pick 32, Linzmayer IOMG B11), uncirculated £160-200

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON 1688 Isle of Man Government, £20, ND (1979), serial number 004151, signature Dawson, scarlet, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, overprinted “ISSUED DURING MILLENNIUM YEAR 1979”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 (Pick 32, Linzmayer IOMG B11), uncirculated £160-200

1686 Isle of Man Government, £20, ND (1979), serial number 002988, signature Dawson, scarlet, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, overprinted “ISSUED DURING MILLENNIUM YEAR 1979”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 (Pick 32, Linzmayer IOMG B11), about uncirculated to uncirculated £140-180 1689 Isle of Man Government, £20, ND (1979), serial number 005050, signature Dawson, scarlet, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 (Pick 37a, Linzmayer IOMG B10), uncirculated, this series begins at 005001, so a very low number 50 and a superb opportunity to match with the Millennium £20 note number 50 also in this sale £400-500

1687 Isle of Man Government, £20, ND (1979), serial number 004055, signature Dawson, scarlet, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, overprinted “ISSUED DURING MILLENNIUM YEAR 1979”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 (Pick 32, Linzmayer IOMG B11), uncirculated £160-200

1690 Isle of Man Government, £20, ND (1979), serial number 005058, signature Dawson, scarlet, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 (Pick 37a, Linzmayer IOMG B10), about uncirculated to uncirculated, this series begins at 005001, so a very low number 58 £360-420 Lot 1688

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WORLD BANKNOTES 1691 Isle of Man Government, £20 (2), ND (1979), serial numbers 101870, 111776, signature Dawson, scarlet, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [Pick 37a (2), Linzmayer IOMG B10 (2)], the first good very fine to about extremely fine, the second choice very fine (2) £120-180 1694 Isle of Man Government, £1 printed on bradvek polymer, ND (1983), serial number M 000019, signature Dawson, green and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill (Pick 38a, Linzmayer IOMG B12a), uncirculated and a very low number first prefix £120-180

1692 Isle of Man Government, specimen £1 printed on bradvek polymer, ND (1983), serial number M 000000, signature Dawson, green and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill, overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 38s, Linzmayer IOMG B12as), about uncirculated to uncirculated and very scarce £180-240

1695 Isle of Man Government, £1 (4) printed on bradvek polymer, ND , (1983), serial numbers M 000201/02, M 000205, M 004474, signature Dawson, green and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 38a (4), Linzmayer IOMG B12a (4)], the third note about uncirculated to uncirculated, the last note extremely fine, the remainder uncirculated and a consecutive pair of low number notes (4) £100-200 1696 Isle of Man Government, £1 (5) printed on bradvek polymer, ND (1983-87), serial numbers M 110703/04, N 099812, P 350885, signature Dawson, green and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 38a (4), Linzmayer IOMG B12a (4)], all uncirculated (4) £100-130

1693 Isle of Man Government, specimen £1 printed on bradvek polymer, ND (1983), serial number M 000000, signature Dawson, green and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill, SPECIMEN 492 in black in top margin, overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 38s, Linzmayer IOMG B12as), uncirculated and very scarce £180-240

1697 Isle of Man Government, £1 (5) printed on bradvek polymer, ND (1983-87), serial numbers M 776493, N 436393, N 437818, N 667073, P 131810, signature Dawson, green and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 38a (5), Linzmayer IOMG B12a (5)], the second note about uncirculated, the fourth good extremely fine, the remainder uncirculated (5) £80-100

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON 1698 Isle of Man Government, £1 (6) printed on bradvek polymer, ND (1985-87), serial numbers N 667076, P 031003/04, P 145867, P 189987, P 244969, signature Dawson, green and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 38a (6), Linzmayer IOMG B12a (6)], the first three notes good extremely fine, the fourth about uncirculated, the fifth good very fine, the sixth extremely fine (6) £50-70 1701 Isle of Man Government, £50, ND (1983), serial number 000010, signature Dawson, green and multicoloured, silver jubilee portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Peter Grugeon at right, triskeles at centre, reverse view of Douglas Bay (Pick 39a, Linzmayer IOMG B13a), uncirculated and a very low desirable serial number £250-350

1699 Isle of Man Government, £1 (2) printed on bradvek polymer, ND (1987), serial numbers P 499972, P 499982, signature Dawson, green and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 38a (2), Linzmayer IOMG B12a (2)], uncirculated and two last prefix very high numbered notes, the series ending at P 500000 (2) £80-120 1702 Isle of Man Government, £50 (2), ND (1983), serial numbers 026155, 048956, signature Dawson, green and multicoloured, silver jubilee portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Peter Grugeon at right, triskeles at centre, reverse view of Douglas Bay [Pick 39a (2), Linzmayer IOMG B13a (2)], the first uncirculated, the second good extremely fine (2) £100-130

1700 Isle of Man Government, specimen £50, ND (1983), serial number 000000, signature Dawson, green and multicoloured, silver jubilee portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Peter Grugeon at right, triskeles at centre, reverse view of Douglas Bay, overprinted SPECIMEN diagonally in red on obverse and reverse, one punch hole (Pick 39as, Linzmayer IOMG B13as), ripples probably caused by damp, otherwise about uncirculated and very scarce £150-250

1703 Isle of Man Government, £50 (2), ND (1983), serial numbers 052343, 052344, signature Dawson, green and multicoloured, silver jubilee portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Peter Grugeon at right, triskeles at centre, reverse view of Douglas Bay [Pick 39a (2), Linzmayer IOMG B13a (2)], uncirculated and a scarce consecutive pair (2) £120-160 15


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WORLD BANKNOTES 1706 Isle of Man Government, £1 (3), ND (1990), serial numbers R500036, R500042, R565051, signature Dawson, purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 40a (3), Linzmayer IOMG B14a (3)], choice about uncirculated to uncirculated and two very low number first prefixes, the series beginning at R 500001 (3) £100-140 1704 Isle of Man Government, £50 (2), ND (1983), serial numbers 052345, 052346, signature Dawson, green and multicoloured, silver jubilee portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Peter Grugeon at right, triskeles at centre, reverse view of Douglas Bay [Pick 39a (2), Linzmayer IOMG B13a (2)], uncirculated and a scarce consecutive pair (2) £120-160

1707 Isle of Man Government, £1 (3), ND (1990), serial numbers R500038/39/40, signature Dawson, purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 40a (3), Linzmayer IOMG B14a (3)], all uncirculated and three consecutive very low number first prefixes, the series beginning at R 500001 (3) £140-180 1705 Isle of Man Government, £50 (2), ND (1983), serial numbers 052347, 052348, signature Dawson, green and multicoloured, silver jubilee portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Peter Grugeon at right, triskeles at centre, reverse view of Douglas Bay [Pick 39a (2), Linzmayer IOMG B13a (2)], uncirculated and a scarce consecutive pair (2) £120-160

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1708 Isle of Man Government, £1 (8), ND (1990), prefixes S (3), T (5), signature Dawson, £1 (10), ND (1992), signature Cashen, prefix U (10), purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 40a (8), 40b (10), Linzmayer IOMG B14a (8), B14b (10)], one copy good very fine, one copy about uncirculated, the reminder uncirculated and including a consecutive trio, quartet and quintet (18) £50-60 1709 Isle of Man Government, £1 (11), ND (19922008), serial numbers V000020, V000046/47/ 48/49, V908952/53/54/55/56/57, signature Cashen, purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 40b (11), Linzmayer IOMG B14b (11)], about uncirculated to uncirculated, the low numbered notes scarce (11) £70-100

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON 1713 Isle of Man Government, £1 (15), ND (19922008), prefix X (6), and serial numbers X999961/62/63/64/65/66/67/68/69, signature Cashen, purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 40b (15), Linzmayer IOMG B14b (15)], uncirculated the consecutive high numbered notes scarce (15) £50-70 1710 Isle of Man Government, £1 (6), ND (1992-2008), serial numbers W000009, W000038, W777777, W287368/69/70, signature Cashen, purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 40b (6), Linzmayer IOMG B14b (6)], uncirculated, the low numbered notes very scarce, the solid serial number very rare (6) £200-300

1714 Isle of Man Government, £1 (10), ND (19922008), serial numbers Y000017, Y000077/78/79, Y000090/91/92/93/94/95, signature Cashen, purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 40b (10), Linzmayer IOMG B14b (10)], uncirculated and a scarce group of consecutive low numbered notes (10) £60-100 1715 Isle of Man Government, £1 (21), ND (19922008), serial numbers Y000208/09/10/11/12/13 and Y478577 to Y478591 inclusive, signature Cashen, purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 40b (21), Linzmayer IOMG B14b (21)], uncirculated (21) £50-70

1711 Isle of Man Government, £1 (18), ND (19922008), serial numbers W589551/52/53/54/55/56, W900000, X000016, X000030, X000091/92/93 /94/95, X000099, X000123, X000410, X000567, signature Cashen, purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 40b (18), Linzmayer IOMG B14b (18)], uncirculated, the low numbered notes and W900000 scarce (18) £80-100

1716 Isle of Man Government, £1 (100), ND (19922008), serial numbers Y835001 to Y835100 inclusive, signature Cashen, purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 40b (100), Linzmayer IOMG B14b (100)], uncirculated (100) £150-200 1717 Isle of Man Government, £1 (5), ND (1992-2008), replacement serial numbers Z011137, Z017163, Z017174, Z023135, Z023617, signature Cashen, purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 40r2 (5), Linzmayer IOMG B14br (5)], the second and third notes about uncirculated to uncirculated, the fourth very fine, the remainder uncirculated (5) £60-80

1712 Isle of Man Government, £1 (2), ND (1992-2008), serial numbers X333333, X555555, signature Cashen, purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 40b (2), Linzmayer IOMG B14b (2)], uncirculated and two rare solid serial numbers (2) £180-260

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WORLD BANKNOTES 1718 Isle of Man Government, £1 (23), ND (2009), serial numbers AA000162 to AA000170 inclusive, AA000277/78/79/80 AA000282 toAA000289 inclusive, AA001496, AA044203, signature Shimin, purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill [Pick 40c (23), Linzmayer IOMG B14c (23)], uncirculated (23) £50-70 1722 Isle of Man Government, £5 (5), ND (1996-2001), serial numbers K222222, H444444, H500000, J400000, J900000, signature Cashen, purple, blue, green and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Castle Rushen [Pick 41b (5), Linzmayer IOMG B15b (5)], the last about uncirculated, the remainder uncirculated and a rare group of special numbers (5) £300-400 1719 Isle of Man Government, £5 (4), ND (1987), serial numbers E100058, E290438, E259339, E638982, signature Dawson, purple, blue, green and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Castle Rushen [Pick 41a (4), Linzmayer IOMG B15a (4)], the first two uncirculated, the third about fine, the fourth very fine (4) £100-120 1720 Isle of Man Government, £5 (12), ND (1991-95), prefixes F (7), G (5), signature Cashen, purple, blue, green and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Castle Rushen [Pick 41b (12), Linzmayer IOMG B15b (12)], one copy about uncirculated, three copies about uncirculated to uncirculated, the remainder uncirculated (12) £60-80

1723 Isle of Man Government, £5 (12), ND (19962001), serial numbers H187080, H187356, H874828/29/30/31/32/33, J109730, J653903/04, signature Cashen, purple, blue, green and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Castle Rushen [Pick 41b (12), Linzmayer IOMG B15b (12)], all uncirculated (12) £60-80 1724 Isle of Man Government, £5 (11), ND (19962001), serial numbers H999929 to H99938 inclusive, H999984, signature Cashen, purple, blue, green and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Castle Rushen [Pick 41b (11), Linzmayer IOMG B15b (11)], all uncirculated and a scarce group of high numbered notes (11) £80-120

1721 Isle of Man Government, £5 (9), ND (c.1996), serial numbers H000012, H000021, H000029, H000034/35/36/37, H000044, H000046, signature Cashen, purple, blue, green and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Castle Rushen [Pick 41b (9), Linzmayer IOMG B15b (9)], all uncirculated and scarce low numbers (9) £120-160

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON 1725 Isle of Man Government, £5 (12), ND (19962001), serial numbers J000011, J000026, J000028/29, J781902/03/04/05, J999976/77/ 78/79, signature Cashen, purple, blue, green and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Castle Rushen [Pick 41b (12), Linzmayer IOMG B15b (12)], all uncirculated and a scarce group of low and high numbered notes (12) £100-140 1729 Isle of Man Government, £10 (3), ND (1991-), serial numbers C000036, C000064, C000093, signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK LIMITED”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 42 (3), Linzmayer IOMG B16a (3)], all uncirculated and scarce low numbers (3) £100-150

1726 Isle of Man Government, £5 (17), ND (19962001), serial numbers K000013/14, K028457 to K028471 inclusive, signature Cashen, purple, blue, green and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Castle Rushen [Pick 41b (17), Linzmayer IOMG B15b (17)], all uncirculated and two very low numbers (17) £50-70 1727 Isle of Man Government, £5 (11), ND (19962001), serial numbers K817495 to K817500 inclusive, L prefix (5), signature Cashen, purple, blue, green and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Castle Rushen [Pick 41b (11), Linzmayer IOMG B15b (11)], one copy good very fine, two about uncirculated, the remainder uncirculated (11) £50-70

1730 Isle of Man Government, £10 (5), ND (1991-), serial numbers C513275, C905003/04/05, C982948, signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK LIMITED”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 42 (5), Linzmayer IOMG B16a (5)], the first note good extremely fine, the second about uncirculated, the third about uncirculated to uncirculated, the remainder uncirculated (5) £120-180

1728 Isle of Man Government, £5 (7), ND (1991-2001), replacement serial numbers Z021407/08, Z021419, Z021451, Z021453, Z022083, Z026324. signature Cashen, purple, blue, green and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Castle Rushen [Pick 41r (7), Linzmayer IOMG B15br (7)], one copy very fine, one copy about uncirculated to uncirculated, the remainder uncirculated (7) £100-150

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WORLD BANKNOTES 1733 Isle of Man Government, £10 (4), ND (1991-), serial numbers F999993/94, G000018, G000021, signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK LIMITED”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 42 (2), Linzmayer IOMG B16a (2)], about uncirculated to uncirculated, two very high numbers and two very low ones (4) £200-250 1731 Isle of Man Government, £10 (4), ND (1991-), serial numbers D984578, F025791/92/93, signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK LIMITED”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 42 (4), Linzmayer IOMG B16a (4)], the first two notes uncirculated, the last two about uncirculated to uncirculated (4) £100-150 1734 Isle of Man Government, £10 (5), ND (1991-), serial numbers G000099, G000341/42/43/44, signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK LIMITED”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 42 (5), Linzmayer IOMG B16a (5)], about uncirculated to uncirculated and all low numbers (5) £150-200 1732 Isle of Man Government, £10 (2), ND (1991-), serial numbers F555555, G111111, signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK LIMITED”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 42 (2), Linzmayer IOMG B16a (2)], the first note about uncirculated to uncirculated, the second uncirculated and two very rare solid numbers (2) £250-350 1735 Isle of Man Government, £10 (4), ND (c.2000), serial numbers G500011, G500073, G500088, G999982, signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44a (4), Linzmayer IOMG B16b (4)], all uncirculated, three low serial split prefixes, the series beginning at G500001, and one very high number (4) £130-170 Lot 1733

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1739 Isle of Man Government, £10 (2), ND (c.2000), serial numbers H555555, J777777, signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44a (2), Linzmayer IOMG B16b (2)], uncirculated and two very rare solid numbers (2) £250-350

1736 Isle of Man Government, £10 (4), ND (c.2000), serial numbers G500013, G500060, G500099, G999983, signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44a (4), Linzmayer IOMG B16b (4)], the third note about uncirculated to uncirculated, the remainder uncirculated, three low serial split prefixes, the series beginning at G500001, and one very high number (4) £120-160

1740 Isle of Man Government, £10 (7), ND (c.2000), serial numbers J000010, J000123 to J000128 inclusive, signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44a (7), Linzmayer IOMG B16b (7)], all about uncirculated to uncirculated and low numbers (7) £130-160

1737 Isle of Man Government, £10 (9), ND (c.2000), serial numbers H500028, H500089 to H000096 inclusive, signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44a (9), Linzmayer IOMG B16b (9)], all uncirculated and low numbers (9) £150-200

1741 Isle of Man Government, £10 (6), ND (c.2000), serial numbers J999908, J999969, J999985, K000017/18/19, signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44a (6), Linzmayer IOMG B16b (6)], all uncirculated, high and very low numbers (6) £120-150

1738 Isle of Man Government, £10 (6), ND (c.2000), serial numbers H199999, H200001, H300001, J400000, J400001, J500000, signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44a (6), Linzmayer IOMG B16b (6)], the first note about uncirculated to uncirculated, the second and fourth good extremely fine, the last about uncirculated, the remainder uncirculated and some interesting numbers (6) £100-150

1742 Isle of Man Government, £10 (5), ND (c.2000), serial numbers K000032, K000036, K000038, K000057, K000061, signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44a (5), Linzmayer IOMG B16b (5)], all uncirculated and very low numbers (5) £100-150 21


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WORLD BANKNOTES 1743 Isle of Man Government, £10 (7), ND (c.2000), serial numbers K000101/02/03, L000069/70/71/72, signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44a (7), Linzmayer IOMG B16b (7)], three notes good extremely fine, two about uncirculated, the remainder about uncirculated to uncirculated and all low numbers (7) £100-140 1744 Isle of Man Government, £10 (6), ND (c.2000), serial numbers L000017 to L000022 inclusive, signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44a (6), Linzmayer IOMG B16b (6)], all about uncirculated to uncirculated and a very low numbered consecutive sextet (6) £140-180

1747 Isle of Man Government, £10 (7), ND (c.2000), serial numbers M000062 to M000068 inclusive, signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44a (7), Linzmayer IOMG B16b (7)], one note about uncirculated to uncirculated, the remainder uncirculated and a low numbered consecutive septet (7) £180-260

1745 Isle of Man Government, £10 (6), ND (c.2000), serial numbers L999974 to L999979 inclusive, signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44a (6), Linzmayer IOMG B16b (6)], all about uncirculated to uncirculated and a very high numbered consecutive sextet (6) £120-160 1748 Isle of Man Government, £10 (8), ND (c.2000), serial numbers M000069 to M000076 inclusive, signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44a (8), Linzmayer IOMG B16b (8)], all uncirculated and a low numbered consecutive octet (8) £200-280

1746 Isle of Man Government, £10 (6), ND (c.2000), serial numbers L999987/88/89, M000005/06/07, signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44a (6), Linzmayer IOMG B16b (6)], all about uncirculated to uncirculated and very high and very low numbered consecutive trios (6) £160-240

1749 Isle of Man Government, £10 (10), ND (c.2000), serial numbers M000079/80/81, M000090, M555347/48/49, M592123/24/25, signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44a (10), Linzmayer IOMG B16b (10)], about uncirculated to uncirculated (10) £130-170

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON 1752 Isle of Man Government, £10 (9), ND (2006-), serial numbers N000286/87/88, P149071/72/73, P171948/49/50, signature Shimmin, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44b (9), Linzmayer IOMG B16c (9)], all uncirculated (9) £120-160 1753 Isle of Man Government, £10 (10), ND (2006-), serial numbers P598469/70/71/72, Q000122 to Q000127 inclusive, signature Shimmin, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44b (10), Linzmayer IOMG B16c (10)], four notes uncirculated, the remainder about uncirculated to uncirculated (10) £130-170

1750 Isle of Man Government, £10, ND (1991), replacement serial number Z007147, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK LIMITED”; also £10 (3), ND (c. 2000), replacement serial numbers Z021213, Z030238, Z030764, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, all signature Cashen, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 42r, 44ar (3), Linzmayer IOMG B16ar, B16br], the first good extremely fine and very scarce, the second about uncirculated, the remainder about fine (4) £100-140

1754 Isle of Man Government, £10 (9), ND (2006-), serial numbers Q000128 to Q000136 inclusive, signature Shimmin, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44b (9), Linzmayer IOMG B16c (9)], two notes uncirculated, four about uncirculated to uncirculated, one good extremely fine (9) £110-130

1751 Isle of Man Government, £10 (2), ND (c.2000), replacement serial numbers Z021246, Z021341, signature Cashen; £10, ND (2006-), replacement serial number Z036755, signature Shimmin, all brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44ar (2), 44br, Linzmayer IOMG B16br (2), B16cr], the first extremely fine, the remainder good extremely fine, scarce (3) £100-140

1755 Isle of Man Government, £10 (10), ND (2006-), serial numbers Q024470, R075002 to R075007 inclusive, S021613/14/15, signature Shimmin, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44b (10), Linzmayer IOMG B16c (10)], the first note about uncirculated, the remainder uncirculated (10) £130-170

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WORLD BANKNOTES 1756 Isle of Man Government, £10, ND (c.2000), replacement prefix Z, signature Cashen; £10 (1), ND (2006-), replacement prefix Z (13), signature Shimmin, all brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44ar, 44br (13), Linzmayer IOMG B16br, B16cr (13)], ink markings on eight notes, generally fine or better (14) £170-220 1759 Isle of Man Government, £20 (3), ND (October 1991), serial numbers 646010, 646088, 646904, signature Cashen, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK LIMITED”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [(Pick 43b (3), Linzmayer IOMG B17b (3)], uncirculated, first series without prefix (3) £160-220

1757 Isle of Man Government, £20, ND (1991), serial number 286179, signature Dawson, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK LIMITED”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 (Pick 43a, Linzmayer IOMG B17a), about uncirculated to uncirculated and a very scarce signature £140-180 1760 Isle of Man Government, £20 (3), ND (October 1991), serial numbers 468899, 646970, 646989, signature Cashen, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK LIMITED”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [(Pick 43b (3), Linzmayer IOMG B17b (3)], the first good very fine, the remainder uncirculated, first series without prefix (3) £100-140 1758 Isle of Man Government, £20 (2), ND (1991), serial numbers 271172, 283461, signature Dawson, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK LIMITED”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [(Pick 43a (2), Linzmayer IOMG B17a (2)], the first original fine and a radar number, the second about extremely fine, scarce (2) £100-150

1761 Isle of Man Government, £20 (4), ND (1992-), serial numbers B256008, B999948/49/50, signature Cashen, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK LIMITED”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [(Pick 43b (4), Linzmayer IOMG B17b (4)], all about uncirculated to uncirculated, the very high numbered trio scarce (4) £180-240

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1765 Isle of Man Government, £20 (3), ND (1992-), serial numbers D000008, D000125, D000126, signature Cashen, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK LIMITED”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [(Pick 43b (3), Linzmayer IOMG B17b (3)], all uncirculated low numbered notes including number 8 (3) £180-260

1762 Isle of Man Government, £20 (2), ND (1992-), serial numbers B666666, B777777, signature Cashen, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK LIMITED”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [(Pick 43b (2), Linzmayer IOMG B17b (2)], uncirculated and two very rare solid numbers (2) £300-400

1766 Isle of Man Government, £20 (3), ND (1992-), serial numbers D000127/28/29, signature Cashen, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK LIMITED”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [(Pick 43b (3), Linzmayer IOMG B17b (3)], the first note about uncirculated, the remainder uncirculated and a scarce consecutive trio of low numbered notes (3) £130-170

1763 Isle of Man Government, £20 (4), ND (1992-), serial numbers C000055, C000927/28/29, signature Cashen, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK LIMITED”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [(Pick 43b (4), Linzmayer IOMG B17b (4)], all uncirculated low numbered notes (4) £180-260 1764 Isle of Man Government, £20 (5), ND (1992-), serial numbers C000065, C000945, C999987/88/89, signature Cashen, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK LIMITED”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [(Pick 43b (5), Linzmayer IOMG B17b (5)], all uncirculated low and very high numbered notes (5) £220-300

1767 Isle of Man Government, £20 (3), ND (1992-), serial numbers D000130/31/32, signature Cashen, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK LIMITED”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [(Pick 43b (3), Linzmayer IOMG B17b (3)], all uncirculated and a scarce consecutive trio of low numbered notes (3) £140-180

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WORLD BANKNOTES 1768 Isle of Man Government, £20 (3), ND (1992-), serial numbers D000133/34/35, signature Cashen, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK LIMITED”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [(Pick 43b (3), Linzmayer IOMG B17b (3)], all uncirculated and a scarce consecutive trio of low numbered notes (3) £140-180 1771 Isle of Man Government, £20 (3), ND (2002), serial numbers E000051/52/53, signature Cashen, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [Pick 45a (3), Linzmayer IOMG B17c (3)], uncirculated and a scarce consecutive trio of low numbered notes (3) £100-120

1769 Isle of Man Government, specimen £20, ND (1992-), serial number D000000, signature Cashen, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 (Pick 45s, Linzmayer IOMG B17cs), about uncirculated to uncirculated and very scarce £100-160 1770 Isle of Man Government, £20, ND (1992-), serial number D000136, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK LIMITED”; also £20 (3), ND (2002), serial numbers E000031, E687001, F422389, promissory clause, “PAY AT .... BANK”, all signature Cashen, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [Pick 43b, 45a (3), Linzmayer IOMG B17b, B17c (3)], the first two notes uncirculated, the third about uncirculated to uncirculated, the fourth good extremely fine (4) £100-120

1772 Isle of Man Government, £20 (3), ND (2002), serial numbers E000054/55/56, signature Cashen, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [Pick 45a (3), Linzmayer IOMG B17c (3)], uncirculated and a scarce consecutive trio of low numbered notes (3) £100-120 1773 Isle of Man Government, £20 (7), ND (2002), serial numbers E610491, E745364, E800936, F000164, F010030/31/32, signature Cashen, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [Pick 45a (7), Linzmayer IOMG B17c (7)], the second note extremely fine, the third about uncirculated, the fourth good very fine, the remainder uncirculated (7) £150-180

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July 15 & 16, 2014 - LONDON 1774 Isle of Man Government, £20 (6), ND (2002), serial numbers F943719/20/21, G087285/86/87, signature Cashen, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [Pick 45a (6), Linzmayer IOMG B17c (6)], all uncirculated (6) £150-200

1777 Isle of Man Government, £20 (3), ND (2007), serial numbers G450050/51, G450189, signature Shimmin, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [Pick 45b (3), Linzmayer IOMG B17d (3)], all uncirculated and three very low numbered split prefixes, the split beginning at G450001 (3) £100-140

1775 Isle of Man Government, £20, ND (1992-), replacement serial number Z007661, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK LIMITED”; also £20 (2), ND (2002), replacement serial numbers Z018802, Z 020825, promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, all signature Cashen, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [Pick 43r, 45ar (2), Linzmayer IOMG B17br, B17cr (2)], the first two notes about uncirculated to uncirculated, the third extremely fine, very scarce (3) £180-220

1778 Isle of Man Government, £20 (6), ND (2007), serial numbers G985258/59/60, H00261/62/63, signature Shimmin, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [Pick 45b (6), Linzmayer IOMG B17d (6)], all uncirculated (6) £130-160 1779 Isle of Man Government, £20 (6), ND (2007), serial numbers H026266/67/68, J002014/15/16, signature Shimmin, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [Pick 45b (6), Linzmayer IOMG B17d (6)], all uncirculated (6) £130-160

1776 Isle of Man Government, £20 (9), ND (2002), replacement prefix Z (9), promissory clause, “PAY AT ... BANK”, all signature Cashen, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [Pick 45ar (9), Linzmayer IOMG B17cr (9)], ink marks on eight notes, otherwise all fine or better (9) £200-300

1780 Isle of Man Government, £20 (8), ND (2007), serial numbers J000165, J002017/18/19/20/21/22, J059059, signature Shimmin, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [Pick 45b (8), Linzmayer IOMG B17d (8)], the first and last good very fine, the remainder uncirculated the last note a repeater number (8) £170-220

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WORLD BANKNOTES 1781 Isle of Man Government, £20, ND (2002), serial number E666666, signature Cashen; also £20 (2), ND (2007), serial numbers H600600, H800400, signature Shimmin, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [Pick 45a, 45b (2), Linzmayer IOMG B17c, B17d (2)], minor ink marks, otherwise very fine, the first note a rare solid number and the second a repeater number (3) £100-200

1782 Isle of Man Government, £20 (4), ND (1991), signature Dawson; £20 (13), no prefix (7), prefix B (1), prefix C (3), prefix E (2), signature Cashen, red, brown and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse inauguration of Laxey Wheel in 1854 [Pick 43a (4), 43b (11), 45a (2), Linzmayer IOMG B17a (4), 17b (11), 17c (2)], generally fine to very fine (17) £360-420

1783 ERROR: Isle of Man Government, £1, ND (1974), serial number D 970023, signature Paul, 28mm wide, purple and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse St. John’s Church on Tynwald Hill (Pick 29b, Linzmayer IOMG B6b), choice about uncirculated to uncirculated, note number 23 of split D prefix which begins at D970001, error slanting ‘D’ in top right serial number, Quarmby states “excessively rare since they were issued in a three week period during the 1974 holiday season and rapidly entered circulation unnoticed”, believed only 20 known in top grade and this is also an error £600-800

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1787 Isle of Man Banks, a group of unissued cheques with counterfoils, comprising Douglas & Isle of Man Bank (Dumbell’s Banking Company Limited) Douglas, 18-, violet and white; The Isle of Man Banking Company, Douglas, 189-, blue; The Isle of Man Banking Company Limited, Castletown, 190-, blue and white; Isle of Man Bank Limited, Douglas, 19-, red and pink; Lloyds Bank Limited, Douglas, 19-, pink and white, the first four with triskeles set in ornate patterns at left, the first good extremely fine, the remainder about uncirculated to uncirculated and a very scarce group (5) £80-120

1784 ERROR: Isle of Man Government, 50 pence, ND (1979), serial numbers C 224842/C224852 on first note and C 22842/C224862 on second note, signature Dawson, blue and multicoloured, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Viking ship in full sail [Q.520B, Pick 33a-error (2)], the first note uncirculated, the second about uncirculated to uncirculated and a very rare pair of slip and stick errors (2) £200-300

1788 Isle of Man Banks, a group of cheques, comprising The Agent of the Isle of Man Banking Company Limited (3), Ramsey, 10 June 1867, in the sum of £9/3; 14 August 1872, in the sum of £5; 30 April 1874, in the sum of £3, all marked “Paid”; Westminster Bank Limited, Douglas, 29 August 1948, in the sum of £2-5-3, pink and white, marked “PAID”; Barclays Bank Limited, unissued, Douglas, 19-, green; Liverpool Trustee Savings Bank, unissued with counterfoil, Douglas, 19-, pink and white, the first two staple holes, very fine, the second and third good extremely fine, the fourth very fine, the remainder uncirculated (6) £40-60

1785 ERROR: Isle of Man Government, £10, ND (2002), serial number J697513, error missing top right number, signature Cashen; also £10, ND (2007), serial number Q508013, error space between “5 0” in lower left number, signature Shimmin, brown, green, violet and orange, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre, reverse Peel Castle [Pick 44a-error, 44b-error, Linzmayer IOMG B16b-error, B16c-error], both extremely fine and rare (2) £100-200 1786 Isle of Man Government, a group of notes comprising £1, ND (1980), signature Dawson; £1 (3), ND (1990), signature Dawson; £1 (3), ND (1992), signature Cashen; £1, ND (2009), signature Shimmin; £5 (8), ND (c.2001), signature Cashen; £10 (6), ND (1991) and £10 (4), ND (2002), all signature Cashen; £10 (5), ND (2006-11), signature Shimmin, all portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Anthony Buckley at right, triskeles at centre [Pick 34a, 40a (2). 40b (3), 40r2, 40c, 41b (8), 42 (6), 44a (4), 44b (5)], various grades from very good to extremely fine, the majority fine (31) £260-340

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1789 Isle of Man Banks, a group of unissued cheques with counterfoils, comprising Isle of Man Bank Limited (4), all different designs, one issued from Castletown, the remainder from Douglas; Martins Bank Limited (2), Douglas, one buff, one green, the first staple holes, otherwise about uncirculated, the fourth good extremely fine, the fifth and sixth good very fine, the remainder uncirculated (6) £40-60 1790 Isle of Man Miscellaneous, folders (2), (April 2008) containing first day cover, £1, £5 and £10 Manx banknotes and 6 stamps featuring Manx banknotes; also stamp booklets (6) containing 10 x 30pence stamps featuring Isle of Man Bank £1 note of 1956; also a facsimile £1 Isle of Man Government note on card in purple and blue-green containing a £1 coin struck in virenium by the Pobjoy Mint, an interesting selection (13) £80-100

1791 Isle of Man Government, a laminated and framed specimen set entitled ‘Use Manx Government Notes’, showing the obverse of the 1972 issue of the 50p, turquoise, £1, purple, £5, blue and mauve, and £10 brown and multicolour, all with Stallard signature, Elizabeth II at right, red SPECIMEN overprints, cancellation holes (Quarmby 509), as issued, very rare in this format £600-800

1792 Isle of Man Government, framed specimen set entitled ‘Manx Government Notes’, showing the obverse of the 1972 issue of the 50p, turquoise, £1, purple, £5, blue and mauve, £10 brown and multicolour, all with John Paul signature, and £20, red, Dawson signature, all with Elizabeth II at right, red SPECIMEN overprints, cancellation holes (Quarmby 533), as issued, very rare in this format £1,000-1,500 WWW.SPINK.COM

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1793 Isle of Man Government, framed specimen set entitled ‘Manx Government Notes’, showing the obverse of the 1972 issue of the 50p, turquoise, £1, green, £5, blue and mauve, £10 brown and multicolour, £20, red, and £50, grey and green, all with Dawson signature, Elizabeth II at right, red SPECIMEN overprints, cancellation holes (Quarmby 535), as issued, very rare in this format £1,200-1,600

1795 Isle of Man Government, mounted and framed specimen set entitled ‘Manx Government Notes’, showing the reverse of the 1990-91 issue of the £1, purple, £5, blue and mauve, £10 brown, green and multicolour, £20, red, and £50, grey and green, red SPECIMEN overprints, cancellation holes (Quarmby 548), as issued, very rare in this format and beautifully mounted £1,000-1,500

1794 Isle of Man Government, mounted and framed specimen set entitled ‘Manx Government Notes’, showing the obverse of the 1990-91 issue of the £1, purple, £5, blue and mauve, £10 brown, green and multicolour, £20, red, and £50, grey and green, first and third with Cashen signatures, others with Dawson signatures, Elizabeth II at right, red SPECIMEN overprints, cancellation holes (Quarmby 547), as issued, very rare in this format and beautifully mounted £1,000-1,500

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Price Bid £ (excluding Buyer’s Premium)

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Price Bid £ (excluding Buyer’s Premium)

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 £100 to £00 £00 to £600 £600 to £1,000

by £5 by £10 £20-£50-£0-£400 etc. by £50

£1,000 to £,000 £,000 to £6,000 £6,000 to £20,000 £20,000 and up

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VAT is chargeable on the Hammer price and the Buyer’s premium 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 price and 20% on the Buyer’s premium). VAT on Margin Scheme lots (identified by the absence of any VAT symbol next to the lot number) is payable at 20% on the Buyer’s premium only.

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR BUYERS These conditions set out the terms on which we (Spink and Son Limited of 69 Southampton Row, Bloomsbury London WC1B 4ET (company no. 04369748)) contract with you (Buyer) either as agent on behalf of the Seller or as principal if we are the Seller. You should read these conditions carefully. 1

DEFINITIONS The following definitions apply in these conditions: 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 Spink and Son Limited, our subsidiaries and associated companies. VAT value added tax chargeable under VAT and any similar replacement or additional tax; and VAT Symbols means the symbols detailing the VAT status of the Lot details of which are set out at the back of the catalogue.

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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.

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.

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.

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

BEFORE THE SALE 3.1

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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

3.4.4 We will not 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.

3.2.1 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 and web illustrations are for guidance only, and should not be relied on either to determine the tone or colour of any item. No lot shall be rejected on the grounds of inaccurate reproduction. No lot illustrated in the catalogue and online shall be rejected on the grounds of cancellation, centring, margins, perforation or other characteristics apparent from the illustration. 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. Every person interested should exercise and rely on his own judgment as to such matters. 3.3

Your Responsibility You are responsible for satisfying yourself as to the condition of the goods and the matters referred to in the catalogue description.

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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 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

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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. 3.4.7 If you receive any correspondence from the Expert Committee in relation to the Lot, including but not limited to a Certificate of Authenticity, you must provide us with copies of such correspondence no later than 7 days after you receive such correspondence. 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. If you have not bid successfully with Spink in the past, or you are registering with us for the first time, we reserve the right to require a deposit of up to 50% of the amount you intend to spend. Such deposit will be deducted from your invoice should you be successful. If you are unsuccessful at auction, your deposit will be returned by the same means it was paid to Spink. 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.

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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.

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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 on www.spink.com and Spink Live 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. Buyers who acquire lots on the-saleroom.com will have a fee of 3% on the hammer price added to their invoice for using this facility.

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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.

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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. May/14

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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 Once your bid has been accepted for a Lot then you are liable to pay for that Lot in accordance with these Terms and Conditions. If there are any problems with a Lot then you must notify us within 7 days of receipt of the Lot, specifying the nature of the problem. We may then request that the Lot is returned to us for inspection. Save as set out in clause 5.13, the cancellation of the sale of any Lot and the refund of the corresponding purchase price is entirely at our sole discretion. We will not normally exercise that discretion if the Lot is not received by us in the same condition that it was in at the auction date. AFTER THE AUCTION 5.1 Buyer’s Premium and other charges 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, a fee of 3% on the hammer price total for using the-saleroom.com and a surcharge for paying by credit card. 5.2 Value Added Tax Other than in respect of Zero-rated Lots (o) VAT is chargeable on the Hammer price and the Buyer’s premium 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 price and 20% on the Buyer’s premium). VAT on Margin scheme lots (identified by the absence of any VAT symbol next to the lot number) is payable at 20% on the Buyer’s premium only. 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 on 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.


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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 have been paid in full. This includes instances where special arrangements were made for release of Lot prior to full settlement. 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 specifically agreed to the contrary, we shall retain lots purchased until all amounts due to us, or to the Spink Group, have been paid in full. Buyers will be required to pay for their lots when they wish to take possession of the same, which must be within 7 days of the date of the sale, unless prior arrangements have been made with Spink. Without prior agreement, lots will not be released until cleared funds are received with regard to payments made by cheque. 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. 5.8.3 If the Buyer requires delivery of the Lot to an address other than the invoice address this will be carried out at the discretion of Spink. 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:

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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; 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


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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. 5.13.1.4 you must provide to us all evidence obtained by you that a Lot is a Forgery no later than 7 days after you receive such evidence. 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. May/14

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

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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 VAT 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 UK VAT–registered businesses, the VAT on 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.

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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 will be added to 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.

Imported and Omega Lots Lots which are marked (x) in the catalogue are subject to VAT at 5% on the Hammer price plus 20% on the Buyer’s premium. Lots which bear the Omega symbol (Ω) are subject to VAT at 20% on the Hammer Price and on the Buyer’s Premium. This VAT is payable on items imported 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.

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 outside of the EU.


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GROUP CHAIRMAN AND CEO Olivier D. Stocker YOUR SPECIALISTS STAMPS UK - Tim Hirsch Guy Croton Fernando Martínez David Parsons Nick Startup Neill Granger Paul Mathews Dominic Savastano Tom Smith Ian Shapiro (Consultant) USA - George Eveleth Richard Debney EUROPE - Guido Craveri Fernando Martínez CHINA - Anna Lee COINS UK - Mike Veissid Richard Bishop William MacKay Eleanor Charlotte Dix Tim Robson Edouard Wyngaard Jon Mann Barbara Mears John Pett USA - Stephen Goldsmith Greg Cole CHINA - Kin Choi Cheung BANKNOTES, BONDS & SHARES UK - Barnaby Faull Mike Veissid Andrew Pattison Monica Kruber USA - Stephen Goldsmith EUROPE - Peter Christen CHINA - Paul Pei Po Chow Kelvin Cheung ORDERS, DECORATIONS, MEDALS & MILITARIA UK - Mark Quayle Oliver Pepys John Hayward BOOKS UK - Philip Skingley Jennifer Mulholland AUTOGRAPHS USA - Stephen Goldsmith WINES CHINA - Vincent Cleme Anna Lee Guillaume Willk-Fabia YOUR EUROPE TEAM (LONDON - LUGANO) Chairman’s Office Charles Blane Directors Tim Hirsch Anthony Spink Auction & Client Management Team Miroslava Adusei-Poku Edward Rivers Luca Borgo Rita Ariete Dora Szigeti John Winchcombe Kenichiro Imase María Martínez Maurizio Schenini Finance Alison Bennet Marco Fiori Mina Bhagat Dennis Muriu Billy Tumelty Hemel Thakore IT & Administration Berdia Qamarauli Leszek Woronowicz Liz Cones Curlene Spencer Tom Robinson Cristina Dugoni Giacomo Canzi

SALE CALENDAR 2014 STAMPS 17 June 18 June 19 June 9 July 9/10/11 July 27/28 August 20 September 20 September 25 September 16 October 26/27 November 11 December

Rhodesia Featuring Arms and Admiral Issues from the Vestey Collection The “Garrison” Collection of New Guinea “G.R.I.” Surcharges The “Lionheart” Collection of Great Britain and British Empire, Part III British Europe including Long Island from the Vestey Collection The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale featuring the Greg Francis Collection of Otago, New Zealand Postal History and the Cliff Wheatley Rhodesias The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale Stamps and Covers of South East Asia including the Peter Cockburn Award Winning Collection of Straits Settlements and Malayan States Revenue Stamps Great Britain from the Vestey Collection Australian Commonwealth from the Vestey Collection The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale The Leeward Islands, Bahamas and Turks Islands from the Vestey Collection

London London London London

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London New York Hong Kong

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Singapore London London London London

14026 14031 14032 14025 14033

The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale Ancient, British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale Ancient, British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale Ancient, British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals

New York London Hong Kong New York London Hong Kong London

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The Numismatic Collector’s World Banknotes The Numismatic Collector’s The Numismatic Collector’s World Banknotes World Banknotes The Numismatic Collector’s

New York London Hong Kong New York London London Hong Kong

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Orders, Decoration, Campaign Medals & Militaria Orders, Decoration, Campaign Medals & Militaria

London London

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

New York Hong Kong Hong Kong London

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The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale Postal History, Autographs and Historical Documents The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale

New York London New York

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Cognac, Whiskies and other Spirits An Evening of Exceptional Wines and Spirits

Hong Kong Hong Kong

COINS 17/18 June 25 June 21 August 17/18 September 22/23 September 15 November 3/4 December BANKNOTES 17/18 June 15/16 July 21 August 17/18 September 30 September 1/2 October 15 November

Series Sale Series Sale Series Sale

Series Sale

MEDALS 24 July 20 November BONDS AND SHARES 17/18 June 21 August 15 November 28 November

YOUR AMERICA TEAM (NEW YORK) AUTOGRAPHS Auction Administration and Marketing & Design Sonia Alves Luke Mitchell Madison Lang Finance & Administration Aleena Nieves Auctioneer Stephen Goldsmith YOUR ASIA TEAM (HONG KONG - SINGAPORE) Vice Chairman Anna Lee Administration Angie Ihlofung Newton Tsang Sue Pui Howard Tong Arthur Chan Gary Tan

17/18 June 18 July 17/18 September WINES 4 July 21 August

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 –

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