Warwick and Warwick Banknotes Auction Report 20th February 2019
25th February 2019
There were 147 lots on offer keen bidders at our first banknote auction of the year.
The British banknote section proved to be popular as ever. Highlights include this Bradbury first issue 1914 £1 graded as nearly very fine which realised £432.
This Bradbury first issue 1914 10 shillings graded as nearly very fine sold for £312.
This Kentfield 1993 £5 error note achieved £108.
Moving on to the world banknotes section this Cyprus 1947 £1 graded as about uncirculated realised £456.
There was an excellent range of Isle of Man banknotes in this auction. Highlights include this Dumbell’s Banking Company 1899 £1 sold for £492.
This Lloyds Bank Limited 1954 £1 achieved £300.
This P. Stallard 1972 £10 with very low serial number of 000072 realised £630.
And this J. Paul 1974 £1 with low serial number of D970014 sold for £600.
This Rhodesia and Nyasaland 1958 £1 achieved £180.
And this 1958 £5 realised £240.
Our next banknote auction will be held on Wednesday 17th October 2018. Look out for the full catalogue for this sale, which will appear on our website in the next few weeks. Also keep an eye on our Twitter and Facebook pages which will include updates of our latest auction news.
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