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World Banknotes : Auction 170 : Lot 246

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 170
World Banknotes Lot
246
The Linen Bank Fourth Waterlow Bank's Arms 5 s Pick 161b (BY SC214c; PMS BL67e) very LAST date & prefix issue of this type before the re-designed size reductions and bearing signature of A. P. Anderson dated 4th August 19559 serial number Y/11 011655, a pleasing high grade about UNC and Exceptionally Rare example, or 'Scottish UNC' as some would say due to the engrained habit of Scottish bank tellers of folding the large sized notes in order to fit them in their tills. The obverse in blue on light green and red sunburst underprint featuring Bank's Coat of Arms at upper centre surrounded by value in panels at left and right and at far left - a panel displaying Ditat and seated helmeted (Pallas). The reverse in blue on light green underprint featuring an enlarged Ditat helmeted Athena (Pallas) panel at centre and numerical value panels at left and right. Printed by Waterlow & Sons Limited, London on 'granite' paper containing red and blue silk fibres as an additional srity feature.
£60
Scotland The British Linen Bank Fourth Waterlow Bank's Arms 5 Pounds Pick 161b (BY SC214c; PMS BL67e) very LAST date & prefix issue of this type before the re-designed size reductions and bearing signature of A. P. Anderson dated 4th August 19559 serial number Y/11 011655, a pleasing high grade about UNC  and Exceptionally Rare example, or 'Scottish UNC' as some would say due to the engrained habit of Scottish bank tellers of folding the large sized notes in order to fit them in their tills. The obverse in blue on light green and red sunburst underprint featuring Bank's Coat of Arms at upper centre surrounded by value in panels at left and right and at far left - a panel displaying Ditat and seated helmeted Athena (Pallas). The reverse in blue on light green underprint featuring an enlarged Ditat helmeted Athena (Pallas) panel at centre and numerical value panels at left and right. Printed by Waterlow & Sons Limited, London on 'granite' paper containing red and blue silk fibres as an additional security feature. : World Banknotes : Auction 170 : Lot 246
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Scotland The British Linen Bank Fourth Waterlow Bank's Arms 5 Pounds Pick 161b (BY SC214c; PMS BL67e) very LAST date & prefix issue of this type before the re-designed size reductions and bearing signature of A. P. Anderson dated 4th August 19559 serial number Y/11 011655, a pleasing high grade about UNC  and Exceptionally Rare example, or 'Scottish UNC' as some would say due to the engrained habit of Scottish bank tellers of folding the large sized notes in order to fit them in their tills. The obverse in blue on light green and red sunburst underprint featuring Bank's Coat of Arms at upper centre surrounded by value in panels at left and right and at far left - a panel displaying Ditat and seated helmeted Athena (Pallas). The reverse in blue on light green underprint featuring an enlarged Ditat helmeted Athena (Pallas) panel at centre and numerical value panels at left and right. Printed by Waterlow & Sons Limited, London on 'granite' paper containing red and blue silk fibres as an additional security feature. : World Banknotes : Auction 170 : Lot 246
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