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World Banknotes : Auction 166 : Lot 329

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Auction 166
World Banknotes Lot
329
of the States 1963 young H.M. Queen issues (2) comprising 10 s Pick 7 (BY JE10) a LOW serial number A000455 signed F.N. Padgham titled Treasured of the States and the note in brown on multicolour underprint with Coat of Arms at lower centre and depicting an illustration of St. Ouen's Manor the traditional home of the Seigneur of St. Ouen, and the ancestral home of the De Carteret family and the earliest record of the house dates from 1135. Along with 1 Pick 8b (BY JE11b) serial number J764877 signed J. Clennett titled Treasured of the States and the note in green on multicolour underprint with Jersey's Coat of Arms at lower centre on obverse and the reverse illustrating the view of Mont Orgueil Castle ('Mount Pride' or 'Haughty Mount') also known as Gorey Castle by English speakers which construction was undertaken following the division of Duchy of Normandy in 1204 and it was first mentioned in 1212. The castle was the pri defence of Jersey until the development of gunpowder which then rendered the castle ultimately indefensible from Mont Saint Nicholas, the adjacent hill which overlooks the castle. Both notes about UNC, printed by Thomas de La Rue & Company, London inscribed in small script at lower centre margin on reverse and watermarked with a Cow's head.
£70
Jersey Treasury of the States 1963 young H.M. Queen Elizabeth II issues (2) comprising 10 Shillings Pick 7 (BY JE10) a LOW serial number A000455 signed F.N. Padgham titled Treasured of the States and the note in brown on multicolour underprint with Coat of Arms at lower centre and depicting an illustration of St. Ouen's Manor the traditional home of the Seigneur of St. Ouen, and the ancestral home of the De Carteret family and the earliest record of the house dates from 1135. Along with 1 Pound Pick 8b (BY JE11b) serial number J764877 signed J. Clennett titled Treasured of the States and the note in green on multicolour underprint with Jersey's Coat of Arms at lower centre on obverse and the reverse illustrating the view of Mont Orgueil Castle ('Mount Pride' or 'Haughty Mount') also known as Gorey Castle by English speakers which construction was undertaken following the division of  Duchy of Normandy in 1204 and it was first mentioned in 1212. The castle was the primary defence of Jersey until the development of gunpowder which then rendered the castle ultimately indefensible from Mont Saint Nicholas, the adjacent hill which overlooks the castle. Both notes about UNC, printed by Thomas de La Rue & Company, London inscribed in small script at lower centre margin on reverse and watermarked with a Cow's head. : World Banknotes : Auction 166 : Lot 329
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Jersey Treasury of the States 1963 young H.M. Queen Elizabeth II issues (2) comprising 10 Shillings Pick 7 (BY JE10) a LOW serial number A000455 signed F.N. Padgham titled Treasured of the States and the note in brown on multicolour underprint with Coat of Arms at lower centre and depicting an illustration of St. Ouen's Manor the traditional home of the Seigneur of St. Ouen, and the ancestral home of the De Carteret family and the earliest record of the house dates from 1135. Along with 1 Pound Pick 8b (BY JE11b) serial number J764877 signed J. Clennett titled Treasured of the States and the note in green on multicolour underprint with Jersey's Coat of Arms at lower centre on obverse and the reverse illustrating the view of Mont Orgueil Castle ('Mount Pride' or 'Haughty Mount') also known as Gorey Castle by English speakers which construction was undertaken following the division of  Duchy of Normandy in 1204 and it was first mentioned in 1212. The castle was the primary defence of Jersey until the development of gunpowder which then rendered the castle ultimately indefensible from Mont Saint Nicholas, the adjacent hill which overlooks the castle. Both notes about UNC, printed by Thomas de La Rue & Company, London inscribed in small script at lower centre margin on reverse and watermarked with a Cow's head. : World Banknotes : Auction 166 : Lot 329
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