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Burma 10 Rupees George VI : World Banknotes

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Auction 166
World Banknotes World (50) a in an album in mixed grades including higher ones comprising 1 Dollars Pick 58d (2). (5) including 1 Dollar George VI Pick 312 along with (4) including the 2 varieties Pick 315a without prefix and Pick 315b with prefix (3). George VI 2 Rupees Pick 17b prefix B/72. s Pick 25b">Pick 25b plate letter A s on India Pick 25 (2) prefixes D/25 & C/95. 1 George VI Pick 16. George VI 1941 issues (5) including 10 Cents George VI Pick 8 (2). Pick 7b. s Pick 6 (2). ese Occupation notes (7) including 1 Dollars (2). 5 Cents (2). 1 Cents (4). Netherland Indies (3) including Pick 111 and Pick 110a (2). . eille tram tickets dated 1941. " Trésorerie - Région Économique d'Algérie Pick 99b." 1943 WWII First Issue 5 Francs Pick 24a. 5 signature Makram Ebeid star in serial numbers Pick 164 (2). Premium Savings Bond 1 . 20 Mark. (6) si, si (2) and si (3). 1 Dollars (14) including Silver certificates blue seal Pick 416D2f series 1935F, Pick 419a series 1957A, Pick 419b series 1957B along with notes (12) including Pick 462a series 1977, (10) Pick 480b series 1988A (9) along with Pick 480a series 1988. Alexander Hamilton Pick 482 series 1988A. Post World War II Motor Ration Coupons (6) dated 31st August 1950 and May 1950. Includes some claimed. 20 Pick 49 issue 1984. 50 Deutsche Mark Pick 33d issue 1980 serial number KL1224224B. France Pick 152d dated 1989. 1 Fen Pick 860b 1953. e 100 Gulden Pick 128b issue 1985. 50 Zlotych Pick 142c issue 1988. Pick 133 issue 1987. 100 Pick 117a overprint issue 1961 (1976). 1 Pound Pick 53d dated 1995. Poland Pick 143a.
£180

Auction 165
World Banknotes Set ND 1953 of Burma Act 1952 (4) comprising looks like Pick 38 unlisted series 5J 000000 Peacock at right obverse & Sailing boat reverse. looks like Pick 39 unlisted series IM 000000 Chinze at right obverse & Woman spinning wheel reverse. looks like Pick 40 unlisted series 1X 000000 Peacock at right obverse & Man riding elephant lifting log reverse. looks like Pick 41 unlisted series 5J 000000 Peacock at centre Chinze at right obverse & Farmer and oxen on reverse. All UNC and single tiny faint stain on each note these however not extending into design. Extremely Rare. With the passage of the Union Bank of Burma Act 1952, the sole right of currency issued was transferred from the Burma Currency Board to a newly created Currency Department of the Union Bank of Burma with effect from 1st July 1952. The Burma Currency Board was abolished and its asset and liabilities were transferred to the Union Bank of Burma. Another important change in the new currency is the conversion to a decimal system. When the Union Bank of Burma took over the ’s responsibilities, a token issue of the bank notes was made on 1st July 1952. The new bank notes had the rupee denominations (1,5,10,100 rupees) that was later connected to kyat. It included peacock water mark. This set has been given to Mr. Sidney , Office of the High Commissioner for the United Kingdom who had been working with the UK & Burma Currency Board at the time and the set had stayed in possession of the family ever since. Comes with the contemporary brown envelope abbreviated at top left O.H.M.S (On His Majesty's Service) and the Royal Cypher G.R. of King at bottom left along with a Burma Currency Board seal proof card. Part of a diplomat's group of Burma coins and notes which was accompanied by the original Burma Currency Board Secretary's compliment slip and note to the original recipient Mr. Sidney Wellington, Office of the High Commissioner for the United Kingdom with this original documentation accompanying the Burma Proof Coin listed in the coin section
£2,200 London Coins : A165 : Lot 866 : Burma Specimen Set ND 1953 Union Bank of Burma Act 1952 (4) comprising 1 Rupee looks like Pick 38 un... London Coins : A165 : Lot 866 : Burma Specimen Set ND 1953 Union Bank of Burma Act 1952 (4) comprising 1 Rupee looks like Pick 38 un...

Auction 165
World Banknotes Set ND 1948/1949 Independence from the transition to Republic (4) comprising looks like Pick 34 unlisted series 1E 000000 Peacock at right obverse & Sailing boat reverse. looks like Pick 35 unlisted series 1A 000000 Chinze at right obverse & Woman spinning wheel reverse. looks like Pick 36 unlisted series 1A 000000 Peacock at right obverse & Man riding elephant lifting log reverse. looks like Pick 37 unlisted series 1C 000000 Rangoon dated 1st January 1948 Peacock at centre Chinze at right obverse & Farmer and oxen on reverse. All UNC and single faint stain on each note these however not extending into design. Extremely Rare. When Burma gained independence from the British, it became a republic and the heading on the note was changed to GOVERNMENT OF THE UNION OF BURMA. As the Burma Currency Board notes increased in number, it was decided to demonetize all those notes marked "Legal Tender in Burma Only" from 1st July 1948. This set has been given to Mr. Sidney , Office of the High Commissioner for the United Kingdom who had been working with the UK & Burma Currency Board at the time and the set had stayed in possession of the family ever since. Comes with the contemporary brown envelope abbreviated at top left O.H.M.S (On His Majesty's Service) and the Royal Cypher G.R. of King at bottom left. Part of a diplomat's group of Burma coins and notes which was accompanied by the original Burma Currency Board Secretary's compliment slip and note to the original recipient Mr. Sidney Wellington, Office of the High Commissioner for the United Kingdom with this original documentation accompanying the Burma Proof Coin set listed in the coin section
£2,000 London Coins : A165 : Lot 865 : Burma Specimen Set ND 1948/1949 Independence from the British transition to Republic (4) comprising ... London Coins : A165 : Lot 865 : Burma Specimen Set ND 1948/1949 Independence from the British transition to Republic (4) comprising ...

Auction 163
World Banknotes , of issued 1938 series A/45 544859, portrait King at right, (Pick5), pressed about EF
£55 London Coins : A163 : Lot 1409 : Burma, Reserve Bank of India 10 rupees issued 1938 series A/45 544859, portrait King George VI at ri... London Coins : A163 : Lot 1409 : Burma, Reserve Bank of India 10 rupees issued 1938 series A/45 544859, portrait King George VI at ri...

Auction 160
World Banknotes & World, Commonwealth in an album (163), , n Currency Board, , Southern , Rhodesia & , Rhodesia, , St. Helena, , , , , , , , Malaya & , , British , , British Caribbean, Eastern Caribbean, & . Includes Straits Settlements dated 1929, (Pick11a) Fine, 10 Dollars dated 1933, (Pick18a) Fine, British Guiana dated 1942, (Pick13c) Fine, 10 Dollars dated 1947, (Pick27a) about VF, British Caribbean dated 1961, (Pick11b) Fine, Ceylon dated 1945, (Pick38a) small edge tear, about VF, East African Currency Board 1 date1920 (Pick8a) Fine, 100 s issued 1964, (Pick48a) Uncirculated, 5 s dated 1945, (Pick11b) Fine, Rhodesia & Nyasaland dated 1961, (Pick22b) good Fine, and many more, a fabulous collection of King , VI and Queen . Also two further albums (190+) of mostly , some Africa and a few , strength in Indo and , including 100 dated 1919, (Pick39) Fine, dated 1901, (Pick5) about Fine, a very rare opporty to acquire a wide variety of commonwealth notes and many others.
£28,000 London Coins : A160 : Lot 280 : Commonwealth & World, Commonwealth collection in an album (163), Ceylon, East African Currency B... London Coins : A160 : Lot 280 : Commonwealth & World, Commonwealth collection in an album (163), Ceylon, East African Currency B...

Auction 159
World Banknotes (3) Government of , issued 1938 series A/35 808687, portrait King at right, signed J B Taylor (Pick5) 2 pinholes, cleaned and pressed about VF and (2) issued 1945 series D/25 911361 & D/35 748141, ' administration of Burma' in red , (Pick25b), VF
£60 London Coins : A159 : Lot 1608 : Burma (3) Government of India, 10 Rupees issued 1938 series A/35 808687, portrait King George VI at ... London Coins : A159 : Lot 1608 : Burma (3) Government of India, 10 Rupees issued 1938 series A/35 808687, portrait King George VI at ...

Auction 115
World Banknotes (2) portrait issued 1938, Pick5, Fine & VF £22

Auction 113
World Banknotes (2) portrait, Pick 5, light marks, GEF and Pick32, Fine, both with the usual 2 staple holes £45

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