Great Britain, Annuity Payment 1682, hand written on paper. Instruction from Jane Berkeley to Sir Thomas Vernon, teller of the Exchequer receipt, to pay £100 (half years annuity of £200) due 25th March 1676 to Mrs Katherine Crofts; 29th Aug. 1682.
Great Britain, Cheques 15 issued Victorian English cheques, all different, dated 1859-1897, titles include, Fuller, Banbury, Nix & Mathieson, 1880, Tugwell, Brymer, Clutterbuck & Co., 1890, Union Bank of London, 1895, and London & County, 1868, all VF. (15).
Ireland, 15 issued cheques, Provincial Bank of Ireland, Waterford, 1868, Munster & Leinster Bank, Waterford, 2 x 1920, and 2 x 1939, (different colour and revenue stamp), Ulster Bank, Naas, 2 x 1928, and Ulster Bank, Pembroke, Dublin, 8 x 1894, mostly VF. (15).
Ireland, 15 issued cheques, Bank of Ireland, Waterford, 4 x 1880, 4 x 1887, (different paper and revenue stamp), and 2 x 1930, also Ulster Bank, Pembroke Branch, 3 x 1894, and Naas Branch, 2 x 1928, mostly VF. (15).
US Ephemera - Texas Civil War Treasury Warrant for Military Service 1861 giving 10% per annum interest. Otsego County Bank, Coppertown cheque for $8.82 cents dated 1842 and signed by Fennimore Cooper (famous American writer). Three Pence note, Hartford 1777. Good very fine, all ex Stanley Gibbons auctions.
Bank and Private Cheques, Bonds and Documents (46) GB, Scotland and USA (12) World (34) 19th and 20th Century includes Bonds (12) Compania Mexicana De Petroleo 'El Aguila' (2), the Gula-Kalumpog-Rubber Estates Limited 1925, Societe Miniere Anonyme Ottomane De Carassou 1910, Lindsay Consolidated Mines Limited, Anglo-Russian Trust Limited, Charles Laffite and Company Limited, plus others in mixed grades
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