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World Banknotes : Auction 169 : Lot 263

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 169
World Banknotes Lot
263
The Union Fourth General First Water low issue 1 Pick S805 (BY SC901d, PMS UB57d) dated 4th April 1918, serial number with the script prefix variety F 494/180, printed signature for Accountant J. F. McCrindle and manuscript signature for ier, Fine - good Fine and Exceptionally Rare note. Large sized note in blue with an overlaid red guilloche value wording "ONE" panel at centre, The Bank's Coat of Arms at upper centre and 2 equestrian statues at lower left and right on obverse. The reverse with a large blue panel. In 1904 a dispute arose in the directorship of Perkins & Bacon printers who were printing the notes up until these issues, which lead to the Bank's concern for the srity of supply of the new notes resulting in the Bank approaching Water low & Sons who were critical of the quality of engraving of Perkins & Bacon and were quickly appointed to engrave and print these new issues.
£130
Scotland The Union Bank of Scotland Fourth General First Water low issue 1 Pound Pick S805 (BY SC901d, PMS UB57d) dated 4th April 1918, serial number with the gothic script prefix variety F 494/180, printed signature for Accountant J. F. McCrindle and manuscript signature for Cashier, Fine - good Fine and Exceptionally Rare note. Large sized note in blue with an overlaid red guilloche value wording "ONE" panel at centre, The Bank's Coat of Arms at upper centre and 2 equestrian statues at lower left and right on obverse. The reverse with a large blue panel. In 1904 a dispute arose in the directorship of Perkins & Bacon printers who were printing the notes up until these issues, which lead to the Bank's concern for the security of supply of the new notes resulting in the Bank approaching Water low & Sons who were critical of the quality of engraving of Perkins & Bacon and were quickly appointed to engrave and print these new issues. : World Banknotes : Auction 169 : Lot 263
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Scotland The Union Bank of Scotland Fourth General First Water low issue 1 Pound Pick S805 (BY SC901d, PMS UB57d) dated 4th April 1918, serial number with the gothic script prefix variety F 494/180, printed signature for Accountant J. F. McCrindle and manuscript signature for Cashier, Fine - good Fine and Exceptionally Rare note. Large sized note in blue with an overlaid red guilloche value wording "ONE" panel at centre, The Bank's Coat of Arms at upper centre and 2 equestrian statues at lower left and right on obverse. The reverse with a large blue panel. In 1904 a dispute arose in the directorship of Perkins & Bacon printers who were printing the notes up until these issues, which lead to the Bank's concern for the security of supply of the new notes resulting in the Bank approaching Water low & Sons who were critical of the quality of engraving of Perkins & Bacon and were quickly appointed to engrave and print these new issues. : World Banknotes : Auction 169 : Lot 263
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