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London Coins Auction 171
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED

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English Banknotes : Auction 170 : Lot 45

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 170
English Banknotes Lot
45
s note B241b BRISTOL branch issue dated 1st April 1935 serial number T/179 44540, a presentable and well-preserved VF with a minor inked signature at lower right reverse and an Exceptionally Rare note . In fact we have only offered 1 example in December 2019 in good Fine again with a small inked annotation that realised £2000. Also historically this is an example of the last ever branch issued notes as at the outbreak of World War II all branches ceased issuing notes. Issuing became centralized in the main office in and the branches only served as distribution centres.
£2,800
Five Pounds Peppiatt White note B241b BRISTOL branch issue dated 1st April 1935 serial number T/179 44540, a presentable and well-preserved VF with a minor inked signature at lower right reverse and an Exceptionally Rare note . In fact we have only offered 1 example in December 2019 in good Fine again with a small inked annotation that realised £2000. Also historically this is an example of the last ever branch issued notes as at the outbreak of World War II all branches ceased issuing notes. Issuing became centralized in the main office in London and the branches only served as distribution centres.  : English Banknotes : Auction 170 : Lot 45
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Five Pounds Peppiatt White note B241b BRISTOL branch issue dated 1st April 1935 serial number T/179 44540, a presentable and well-preserved VF with a minor inked signature at lower right reverse and an Exceptionally Rare note . In fact we have only offered 1 example in December 2019 in good Fine again with a small inked annotation that realised £2000. Also historically this is an example of the last ever branch issued notes as at the outbreak of World War II all branches ceased issuing notes. Issuing became centralized in the main office in London and the branches only served as distribution centres.  : English Banknotes : Auction 170 : Lot 45
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