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World Banknotes : Auction 168 : Lot 217

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 168
World Banknotes Lot
217
Government 5 s portrait issue Pick 37a dated 1st November 1940 and a very early date for this denomination considering its issue started in 1939 serial number C/43 56881, GEF - about UNC and Scarce in this high grade. The note in orange featuring a facing portrait of King George VI on obverse and the reverse in multicolour featuring Jamaica's Coat of Arms at upper centre, numerical value in guilloche panels at left and right and denomination wording in 2 lines on panels at left and right bottom. Printed by Thomas & Company Limited, London, watermarked with a Pineapple plant and a very eye-pleasing note.
£100
Jamaica Government 5 Shillings George VI portrait issue Pick 37a dated 1st November 1940 and a very early date for this denomination considering its issue started in 1939 serial number C/43 56881, GEF - about UNC and Scarce in this high grade. The note in orange featuring a facing portrait of King George VI on obverse and the reverse in multicolour featuring Jamaica's Coat of Arms at upper centre, numerical value in guilloche panels at left and right and denomination wording in 2 lines on panels at left and right bottom. Printed by Thomas De La Rue & Company Limited, London, watermarked with a Pineapple plant and a very eye-pleasing note. : World Banknotes : Auction 168 : Lot 217
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Jamaica Government 5 Shillings George VI portrait issue Pick 37a dated 1st November 1940 and a very early date for this denomination considering its issue started in 1939 serial number C/43 56881, GEF - about UNC and Scarce in this high grade. The note in orange featuring a facing portrait of King George VI on obverse and the reverse in multicolour featuring Jamaica's Coat of Arms at upper centre, numerical value in guilloche panels at left and right and denomination wording in 2 lines on panels at left and right bottom. Printed by Thomas De La Rue & Company Limited, London, watermarked with a Pineapple plant and a very eye-pleasing note. : World Banknotes : Auction 168 : Lot 217
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