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World Banknotes : Auction 168 : Lot 103

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 168
World Banknotes Lot
103
& early 1900's King George V & period issues (3) in average about VF to GVF and very Scarce issues. Comprising the seldom seen Australia Bank 1/2 (Half) Pick 15c (McD 14, Rks. 07) ND 1926-33 signatures Riddle & Heathershaw serial number B/17 814179 with signature title at left "Governor / Commonwealth Bank of Australia", an original George V portrait example with some rust and exceptionally scarce note featuring the Goulburn Weir near Nagambie, - the first major diversion structure for irrigation development in Australia built during Victorian times. This note comes with a collector’s ticket. Accompanied by Canada (2) consisting of a Dominion of Canada fractional Pick 11c dated 2nd July 1923 without "Authorized by R.S.C. Cap. 31" text series H signatures Campbell & Clark, featuring a portrait of Britannia facing right. Along with Bank of Canada George VI portrait Pick 62c dated 2nd January 1937 signatures Coyne & Towers serial number K/E 4033361 and featuring an allegorical figure on reverse ("Agriculture"). A very pleasing and collectible group, certain to attract significant attention from collectors
£110
Australia & Canada early 1900's King George V & George VI period issues (3) in average about VF to GVF and very Scarce issues. Comprising the seldom seen Australia Commonwealth Bank 1/2 (Half) Sovereign Pick 15c (McD 14, Rks. 07) ND 1926-33 signatures Riddle & Heathershaw serial number B/17 814179 with signature title at left "Governor / Commonwealth Bank of Australia", an original George V portrait example with some rust and exceptionally scarce note featuring the Goulburn Weir near Nagambie, Victoria - the first major diversion structure for irrigation development in Australia built during Victorian times. This note comes with a collector’s ticket. Accompanied by Canada (2) consisting of a Dominion of Canada fractional 25 Cents Pick 11c dated 2nd July 1923 without "Authorized by R.S.C. Cap. 31" text series H signatures Campbell & Clark, featuring a portrait of Britannia facing right. Along with Bank of Canada 20 Dollars George VI portrait Pick 62c dated 2nd January 1937 signatures Coyne & Towers serial number K/E 4033361 and featuring an allegorical figure on reverse ("Agriculture"). A very pleasing and collectible group, certain to attract significant attention from collectors : World Banknotes : Auction 168 : Lot 103
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Australia & Canada early 1900's King George V & George VI period issues (3) in average about VF to GVF and very Scarce issues. Comprising the seldom seen Australia Commonwealth Bank 1/2 (Half) Sovereign Pick 15c (McD 14, Rks. 07) ND 1926-33 signatures Riddle & Heathershaw serial number B/17 814179 with signature title at left "Governor / Commonwealth Bank of Australia", an original George V portrait example with some rust and exceptionally scarce note featuring the Goulburn Weir near Nagambie, Victoria - the first major diversion structure for irrigation development in Australia built during Victorian times. This note comes with a collector’s ticket. Accompanied by Canada (2) consisting of a Dominion of Canada fractional 25 Cents Pick 11c dated 2nd July 1923 without "Authorized by R.S.C. Cap. 31" text series H signatures Campbell & Clark, featuring a portrait of Britannia facing right. Along with Bank of Canada 20 Dollars George VI portrait Pick 62c dated 2nd January 1937 signatures Coyne & Towers serial number K/E 4033361 and featuring an allegorical figure on reverse ("Agriculture"). A very pleasing and collectible group, certain to attract significant attention from collectors : World Banknotes : Auction 168 : Lot 103
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