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World Banknotes : Auction 169 : Lot 130

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 169
World Banknotes Lot
130
Caribbean & (4) comprising (2) including Government Pick 17a Law of 1965 issue serial number B999154 bearing signatures of Sands & Higgs in purple and multi-coloured, a beautiful example featuring a portrait of H.M. Queen on obverse, a colourful straw market scene and Coat of Arms on reverse, accompanied by Pick 35a Law of 1974 issue and a single letter prefix variety serial number X 983113 bearing the signature of T.B. Donaldson and in dark blue-green on multi-coloured underprint, another beautiful example featuring H.M. II on obverse and a colourful sea garden scene and Coat of Arms on reverse. Both printed by Thomas & Co. Limited and watermarked with a shellfish. Along with Currency Board One Dollar Pick 5e Law of 1974 issue serial number A/6 506002 bearing the signature Jefferson in blue on multi-coloured underprint featuring H.M. Queen Elizabeth II, Coat of Arms and a treasure chest on obverse and a fish and coral scene on reverse, printed by Thomas De La Rue & Co. Limited and watermarked with tortoise. Also a One Dollar Pick 43 issued under Act of 1982 and dated 1st July 1983 serial number A/5 789234 in green on multicolour underprint featuring H.M. Queen Elizabeth II looking 3/4 left, the unmodified wreathed Coat of Arms without the tree behind the Arms at upper left, Jade Head at upper right followed by the queen fish underneath on obverse and the reverse main illustration depicts the National Assembly building in the capital city of Belmopan at centre, the Jabiru stork (Jabiru mycteria) at right which also serves as the of Belize logo and the green Iguana at lower left, a native lizard considered a delicacy in the local cuisine of Belize. Watermarked with the Carved head of 'Sleeping Giant'. All UNC
£75
Caribbean & Central America (4) comprising Bahamas (2) including Government 50 Cents Pick 17a Law of 1965 issue serial number B999154 bearing signatures of Sands & Higgs in purple and multi-coloured, a beautiful example featuring a portrait of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II on obverse, a colourful straw market scene and Coat of Arms on reverse, accompanied by One Dollar Pick 35a Law of 1974 issue and a single letter prefix variety serial number X 983113 bearing the signature of T.B. Donaldson and in dark blue-green on multi-coloured underprint, another beautiful example featuring H.M. Queen Elizabeth II on obverse and a colourful sea garden scene and Coat of Arms on reverse. Both printed by Thomas De La Rue & Co. Limited and watermarked with a shellfish. Along with Cayman Islands Currency Board One Dollar Pick 5e Law of 1974 issue serial number A/6 506002 bearing the signature Jefferson in blue on multi-coloured underprint featuring H.M. Queen Elizabeth II, Coat of Arms and a treasure chest on obverse and a fish and coral scene on reverse, printed by Thomas De La Rue & Co. Limited and watermarked with tortoise. Also a Belize One Dollar Pick 43 issued under Act of 1982 and dated 1st July 1983 serial number A/5 789234 in green on multicolour underprint featuring H.M. Queen Elizabeth II looking 3/4 left, the unmodified wreathed Coat of Arms without the tree behind the Arms at upper left, Jade Head at upper right followed by the queen Angel fish underneath on obverse and the reverse main illustration depicts the National Assembly building in the capital city of Belmopan at centre, the Jabiru stork (Jabiru mycteria) at right which also serves as the Central Bank of Belize logo and the green Iguana at lower left, a native lizard considered a delicacy in the local cuisine of Belize. Watermarked with the Carved head of 'Sleeping Giant'. All UNC : World Banknotes : Auction 169 : Lot 130
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Caribbean & Central America (4) comprising Bahamas (2) including Government 50 Cents Pick 17a Law of 1965 issue serial number B999154 bearing signatures of Sands & Higgs in purple and multi-coloured, a beautiful example featuring a portrait of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II on obverse, a colourful straw market scene and Coat of Arms on reverse, accompanied by One Dollar Pick 35a Law of 1974 issue and a single letter prefix variety serial number X 983113 bearing the signature of T.B. Donaldson and in dark blue-green on multi-coloured underprint, another beautiful example featuring H.M. Queen Elizabeth II on obverse and a colourful sea garden scene and Coat of Arms on reverse. Both printed by Thomas De La Rue & Co. Limited and watermarked with a shellfish. Along with Cayman Islands Currency Board One Dollar Pick 5e Law of 1974 issue serial number A/6 506002 bearing the signature Jefferson in blue on multi-coloured underprint featuring H.M. Queen Elizabeth II, Coat of Arms and a treasure chest on obverse and a fish and coral scene on reverse, printed by Thomas De La Rue & Co. Limited and watermarked with tortoise. Also a Belize One Dollar Pick 43 issued under Act of 1982 and dated 1st July 1983 serial number A/5 789234 in green on multicolour underprint featuring H.M. Queen Elizabeth II looking 3/4 left, the unmodified wreathed Coat of Arms without the tree behind the Arms at upper left, Jade Head at upper right followed by the queen Angel fish underneath on obverse and the reverse main illustration depicts the National Assembly building in the capital city of Belmopan at centre, the Jabiru stork (Jabiru mycteria) at right which also serves as the Central Bank of Belize logo and the green Iguana at lower left, a native lizard considered a delicacy in the local cuisine of Belize. Watermarked with the Carved head of 'Sleeping Giant'. All UNC : World Banknotes : Auction 169 : Lot 130
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