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World Banknotes : Auction 173 : Lot 117

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 173
World Banknotes Lot
117
Currency Board Specimen Set 1974 Pick CS1 comprising 7 notes as follows: $100 A/1 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: Seacoast view of George Town, $50 A/1 000000 signature Jefferson, Reverse: Government House, $40 A/1 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: Pirate's Week Festival, $25 A/1 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: Compass and map of the Islands, $10 A/1 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: A beach scene, $5 A/1 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: Sailboat, and $1 A/3 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: Fish and coral. (Specimen issues of Pick 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, and 5). All dated 1974, the obverse with portrait of Queen facing, turned to the left, and with watermark Tortoise. The $100, $40 and $10 have in black, the $50, $25, $5 and $1 have SPECIMEN in red, All crisp UNC and contained in the Cayman Islands Currency Board plastic sleeve with gold lettering as issued, a very rare set with only 300 issued, very seldom offered as a complete set, our research has shown that far fewer Specimen sets of 1974 show up than the later sets of 1991 and 1996 which have the same mintage
£500
Cayman Islands Currency Board Specimen Set 1974 Pick CS1 comprising 7 notes as follows: $100 A/1 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: Seacoast view of George Town,  $50 A/1 000000 signature Jefferson, Reverse: Government House, $40 A/1 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: Pirate's Week Festival, $25 A/1 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: Compass and map of the Islands, $10 A/1 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: A beach scene, $5 A/1 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: Sailboat, and $1 A/3 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: Fish and coral. (Specimen issues of Pick 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, and 5). All dated 1974, the obverse with portrait of Queen Elizabeth II facing, turned to the left, and with watermark Tortoise. The $100, $40 and $10 have SPECIMEN in black, the $50, $25, $5 and $1 have SPECIMEN in red, All crisp UNC and contained in the Cayman Islands Currency Board plastic sleeve with gold lettering as issued, a very rare set with only 300 issued, very seldom offered as a complete set, our research has shown that far fewer Specimen sets of 1974 show up than the later sets of 1991 and 1996 which have the same mintage : World Banknotes : Auction 173 : Lot 117
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Cayman Islands Currency Board Specimen Set 1974 Pick CS1 comprising 7 notes as follows: $100 A/1 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: Seacoast view of George Town,  $50 A/1 000000 signature Jefferson, Reverse: Government House, $40 A/1 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: Pirate's Week Festival, $25 A/1 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: Compass and map of the Islands, $10 A/1 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: A beach scene, $5 A/1 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: Sailboat, and $1 A/3 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: Fish and coral. (Specimen issues of Pick 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, and 5). All dated 1974, the obverse with portrait of Queen Elizabeth II facing, turned to the left, and with watermark Tortoise. The $100, $40 and $10 have SPECIMEN in black, the $50, $25, $5 and $1 have SPECIMEN in red, All crisp UNC and contained in the Cayman Islands Currency Board plastic sleeve with gold lettering as issued, a very rare set with only 300 issued, very seldom offered as a complete set, our research has shown that far fewer Specimen sets of 1974 show up than the later sets of 1991 and 1996 which have the same mintage : World Banknotes : Auction 173 : Lot 117
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