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London Coins Auction 169
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED
London Coins Auction 170
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED
London Coins Auction 171
6th - 7th December 2020

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World Banknotes : Auction 168 : Lot 211

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 168
World Banknotes Lot
211
Limited 1 Pick 12a (BY IM16d, IOMPM M337) last date for this signature type and these issues with the date partially stamp at issue 27th April 1949 signatures J. Greenwood & R.C. Sale serial number D18592, a Rare Post War note in VF Minor marginal tear at centre fold and Minor pencilled annotation and these always sought after and seldom seen, issued in only in 2 date types and only D prefix. The note in black on pale and pink underprint featuring an early version of Lloyd's Bank Coat of Arms with a horse and a vignette of a ship at bottom centre on obverse. The reverse in blue on pink sunburst underprint featuring Isle of Man's triune at centre and Bank's head office address at bottom. Printed by W.W. Sprague & Co Limited Banknote engravers, London on un.
£460
Isle of Man Lloyds Bank Limited 1 Pound Pick 12a (BY IM16d, IOMPM M337) last date for this signature type and these issues with the date partially stamp at issue 27th April 1949 signatures J. Greenwood & R.C. Sale serial number D18592, a Rare Post War note in VF Minor marginal tear at centre fold and Minor pencilled annotation and these always sought after and seldom seen, issued in only in 2 date types and only D prefix. The note in black on pale and pink underprint featuring an early version of Lloyd's Bank Coat of Arms with a horse and a vignette of a Viking ship at bottom centre on obverse. The reverse in blue on pink sunburst underprint featuring Isle of Man's triune at centre and Bank's head office address at bottom. Printed by W.W. Sprague & Co Limited Banknote engravers, London on unwatermarked paper. : World Banknotes : Auction 168 : Lot 211
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Isle of Man Lloyds Bank Limited 1 Pound Pick 12a (BY IM16d, IOMPM M337) last date for this signature type and these issues with the date partially stamp at issue 27th April 1949 signatures J. Greenwood & R.C. Sale serial number D18592, a Rare Post War note in VF Minor marginal tear at centre fold and Minor pencilled annotation and these always sought after and seldom seen, issued in only in 2 date types and only D prefix. The note in black on pale and pink underprint featuring an early version of Lloyd's Bank Coat of Arms with a horse and a vignette of a Viking ship at bottom centre on obverse. The reverse in blue on pink sunburst underprint featuring Isle of Man's triune at centre and Bank's head office address at bottom. Printed by W.W. Sprague & Co Limited Banknote engravers, London on unwatermarked paper. : World Banknotes : Auction 168 : Lot 211
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