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London Coins Auction 168
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED
London Coins Auction 169
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED
London Coins Auction 170
5th - 6th September 2020

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World Banknotes : Auction 167 : Lot 1541

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 167
World Banknotes Lot
1541
(Republic) Consolidated Banknote The Pick 27 (PMI CNA2, BY E026) dated 5th January 1939 and a VERY LAST recorded prefix and higher serial number 04NK 037534 signatures Joseph Brennan & H A Russell. The note in brown on pale green and mauve underprint with the obverse featuring a (also the common name for these notes amongst collectors) with horses. The reverse displays an illustration of the St. Patrick's Bridge, Cork. Printed by TDLR without imprint. VF very Minor ink cleaning on reverse but not affecting the note's general appearance. Exceptionally Rare note with the very last recorded date and prefix with records indicating that the National Bank received its last batch of these £5 notes on the 5th November 1944 and the highest number issued was 04NK 040700 (date not known)
£600
Ireland (Republic) Currency Commission Consolidated Banknote 5 Pounds The National Bank Pick 27 (PMI CNA2, BY E026) dated 5th January 1939 and a VERY LAST recorded prefix and higher serial number 04NK 037534 signatures Joseph Brennan & H A Russell. The note in brown on pale green and mauve underprint  with the obverse featuring a ploughman (also the common name for these notes amongst collectors) with horses. The reverse displays an illustration of the St. Patrick's Bridge, Cork. Printed by TDLR without imprint. VF very Minor ink cleaning on reverse but not affecting the note's general appearance. Exceptionally Rare note with the very last recorded date and prefix with records indicating that the National Bank received its last batch of these £5 notes on the 5th November 1944 and the highest number issued was 04NK 040700 (date not known) : World Banknotes : Auction 167 : Lot 1541
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Ireland (Republic) Currency Commission Consolidated Banknote 5 Pounds The National Bank Pick 27 (PMI CNA2, BY E026) dated 5th January 1939 and a VERY LAST recorded prefix and higher serial number 04NK 037534 signatures Joseph Brennan & H A Russell. The note in brown on pale green and mauve underprint  with the obverse featuring a ploughman (also the common name for these notes amongst collectors) with horses. The reverse displays an illustration of the St. Patrick's Bridge, Cork. Printed by TDLR without imprint. VF very Minor ink cleaning on reverse but not affecting the note's general appearance. Exceptionally Rare note with the very last recorded date and prefix with records indicating that the National Bank received its last batch of these £5 notes on the 5th November 1944 and the highest number issued was 04NK 040700 (date not known) : World Banknotes : Auction 167 : Lot 1541
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