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World Banknotes : Auction 170 : Lot 239

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 170
World Banknotes Lot
239
100 s & Evans Colour ESSAY/ circa 1880 Pick NL (PMS BA78) ND circa 1880, UNC Exceptionally Rare and unusual for the time. Uniface large-sized note printed by lithography in 4 colour variations - 2 variations in red, 1 in olive-green and 1 in purple, this example is of the green-olive type. According to Douglas, these were produced in 1880 when the Bank embarked on a period of extensive research into methods to prevent . Some changes were made to the earlier plate but there is no record of who the engraver was and no mention of these notes can be found in the Bank's records. A Scarce and pleasing example that would do a great addition to any
£220
Scotland Bank of Scotland 100 Pounds Bradbury & Evans Colour Trial ESSAY/SPECIMEN circa 1880 Pick NL (PMS BA78) ND circa 1880, UNC Exceptionally Rare and unusual for the time. Uniface large-sized note printed by lithography in 4 colour variations - 2 variations in red, 1 in olive-green and 1 in purple, this example is of the green-olive type. According to Douglas, these were produced in 1880 when the Bank embarked  on a period of extensive research into methods to prevent forgery. Some changes were made to the earlier plate but there is no record of who the engraver was and no mention of these notes can be found in the Bank's records. A Scarce and pleasing example that would do a great addition to any collection : World Banknotes : Auction 170 : Lot 239
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Scotland Bank of Scotland 100 Pounds Bradbury & Evans Colour Trial ESSAY/SPECIMEN circa 1880 Pick NL (PMS BA78) ND circa 1880, UNC Exceptionally Rare and unusual for the time. Uniface large-sized note printed by lithography in 4 colour variations - 2 variations in red, 1 in olive-green and 1 in purple, this example is of the green-olive type. According to Douglas, these were produced in 1880 when the Bank embarked  on a period of extensive research into methods to prevent forgery. Some changes were made to the earlier plate but there is no record of who the engraver was and no mention of these notes can be found in the Bank's records. A Scarce and pleasing example that would do a great addition to any collection : World Banknotes : Auction 170 : Lot 239
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