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London Coins Auction 170
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED
London Coins Auction 171
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED

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English Banknotes : Auction 169 : Lot 107

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 169
English Banknotes Lot
107
Bank 5 Pounds last year dated 22nd March 1809 before failure No. 678 For Pocklington, Dickinson & Co. manuscript signed Wm. Dickinson and J. Cope (?) for entered (Outing 1488k; Grant 1998C), presentable Fine - VF slightly trimmed possibly original and multiple pinholes in body, Rare. Embossed Revenue stamp for 1 Shilling is quite clear at left obverse and 1 bankruptcy stamp on reverse with manuscript signatures. The note features the Bank's Coat of Arms and name in circular frame at left obverse and printed on where watermark reads "NEWARK" at centre and printed in an upside-down mirror-image fashion.
£55
Newark Bank 5 Pounds last year dated 22nd March 1809 before failure No. 678 For Pocklington, Dickinson & Co. manuscript signed Wm. Dickinson and J. Cope (?) for entered (Outing 1488k; Grant 1998C), presentable Fine - VF slightly trimmed possibly original and multiple pinholes in body, Rare. Embossed Revenue stamp for 1 Shilling is quite clear at left obverse and 1 bankruptcy stamp on reverse with manuscript signatures. The note features the Bank's Coat of Arms and name in circular frame at left obverse and printed on watermarked paper where watermark reads "NEWARK" at centre and printed in an upside-down mirror-image fashion. : English Banknotes : Auction 169 : Lot 107
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Newark Bank 5 Pounds last year dated 22nd March 1809 before failure No. 678 For Pocklington, Dickinson & Co. manuscript signed Wm. Dickinson and J. Cope (?) for entered (Outing 1488k; Grant 1998C), presentable Fine - VF slightly trimmed possibly original and multiple pinholes in body, Rare. Embossed Revenue stamp for 1 Shilling is quite clear at left obverse and 1 bankruptcy stamp on reverse with manuscript signatures. The note features the Bank's Coat of Arms and name in circular frame at left obverse and printed on watermarked paper where watermark reads "NEWARK" at centre and printed in an upside-down mirror-image fashion. : English Banknotes : Auction 169 : Lot 107
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