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Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED

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Newland : English Banknotes

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 165
English Banknotes Note Scarce issue B200d dated 3rd August 1805 Poor split and mounted on card and an Exceptionally Rare issue. Printed by copper plate in black on paper produced by Henry Portal. From 1782 the Chief Cashier's name was used exclusively until 1855 when banknotes were made payable simply to bearer. In 1793 the economic difficulties caused by the Napoleonic War with France made small denominations necessary, starting with a £5 banknote. This was then followed in 1797 by the £1 and £2 denominations which were issued on 2nd of March.
£700 London Coins : A165 : Lot 28 : One Pound Newland White Note Scarce issue B200d dated 3rd August 1805 Poor split and mounted on card...

Auction 140
English Banknotes letter signed by Abraham , Chief Cashier and dated 1799, sent to the Chief Cashier William Simpson
£20 London Coins : A140 : Lot 119 : Bank of England letter signed by Abraham Newland, Chief Cashier and dated 1799, sent to the ...

Auction 133
English Banknotes . B200D. March 1806 No 22. Excessively rare in this high grade. Near VF with foxing.
£7,000 London Coins : A133 : Lot 2476 : One Pound Newland. B200D. March 1806 No 22. Excessively rare in this high grade. Near VF with foxing...

Auction 125
English Banknotes hand written letters to William Simpson signed by the chief cashier Abraham 1800 (2). Together with an engraving of Newland dated 1803

Auction 122
English Banknotes letter to handsigned by chief cashier Abraham dated 1803, crisp & clean with just original envelope folds

Auction 119
English Banknotes forgeries (5) a group of well made modern copies on good quality paper (origin possibly Eastern Europe), £2 1811, £15 Hase 1822, £1 1797, £20 Newland 1794 and £20 1835 , Fine to VF

Auction 118
English Banknotes letter dated 9th Sept.1802 handsigned by Chief Cashier Abraham -contents refer to a forged £2 note dated 1799 that the bank was

Auction 113
English Banknotes ed document letters (2) to the Royal Bank in signed by chief cashiers Abraham dated 1804 and Henry one

Auction 112
English Banknotes letter hand signed by Chief Cashier Abraham dated 24th Sept.1803 addressed to William Simpson, Chief Cashier of the Royal Bank

Auction 105
English Banknotes , 10 June 1806 low grade Good with parts of the edge missing and other central holes, collectable with the important

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