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World Banknotes : Auction 169 : Lot 256

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 169
World Banknotes Lot
256
National Commercial Limited First Waterlow & Sons issue 20 s Pick 267 (BY SC631, PMS NC4) dated 16th September 1959 signature David Alexander and serial number A017290, EF and Exceptionally Rare large sized issue given that there are only 350000 notes recorded of this issue and the second Thomas issue never made it into circulation and has only 20-30 presumed survivors. A pleasing and very eye-catching design in red on multicolour featuring the Bank's Coat of Arms to lower centre right with the motto "In Patriam Fidelis / Ditat Servata Fides" (Faithful to the homeland / Loyalty enriches). The reverse illustrating the Forth Railway bridge.
£100
Scotland National Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited First Waterlow & Sons issue 20 Pounds Pick 267 (BY SC631, PMS NC4) dated 16th September 1959 signature David Alexander and serial number A017290, EF and Exceptionally Rare large sized issue given that there are only 350000 notes recorded of this issue and the second Thomas De La Rue issue never made it into circulation and has only 20-30 presumed survivors. A pleasing and very eye-catching design in red on multicolour featuring the Bank's Coat of Arms to lower centre right with the motto "In Patriam Fidelis / Ditat Servata Fides" (Faithful to the homeland / Loyalty enriches). The reverse illustrating the Forth Railway bridge. : World Banknotes : Auction 169 : Lot 256
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Scotland National Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited First Waterlow & Sons issue 20 Pounds Pick 267 (BY SC631, PMS NC4) dated 16th September 1959 signature David Alexander and serial number A017290, EF and Exceptionally Rare large sized issue given that there are only 350000 notes recorded of this issue and the second Thomas De La Rue issue never made it into circulation and has only 20-30 presumed survivors. A pleasing and very eye-catching design in red on multicolour featuring the Bank's Coat of Arms to lower centre right with the motto "In Patriam Fidelis / Ditat Servata Fides" (Faithful to the homeland / Loyalty enriches). The reverse illustrating the Forth Railway bridge. : World Banknotes : Auction 169 : Lot 256
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