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

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Glamorganshire : Provincial Banknotes

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 170
English Banknotes Bank, 1 Guinea dated 11th March 1819 No. R325 For Wood, Wood & Co. manuscript signed John Wood and Entered with initials that best judged appear to be N.J. or N.T. (Outing 418c), a pleasing and quite presentable VF with few minor pinholes and a minor inner split to left centre body expected for the notes age, however a very well kept example and an Exceptionally Rare denomination. In fact, from research over the internet there seem to be none offered in recent times and the only example that appears is currently displayed in the British Museum in what appears from the pictures to be an inferior grade to this example. Uniface in black & printed by engraver and printer Henry Mutlow, with imprint Mutlow fc. Ridflow Co. and displaying a Cardiff Castle vignette to centre left. Henry Mutlow, engraver to the King, was born around 1756 and mostly engraved maps and banknotes beginning his career with an apprenticeship to William Darling. The note displays very clear characteristics as an embossed Revenue Stamp for 5 Pence, a red diagonal First Dividend stamp on face and a bankruptcy exhibition stamp dated Oct 22nd 1823 on reverse with a manuscript inked signature along with an inked numeral to right. A unique chance for any British banknote collector to acquire this fabulous example
£120 London Coins : A170 : Lot 105 : Cardiff Bank, Glamorganshire 1 Guinea dated 11th March 1819 No. R325 For Wood, Wood & Co. manusc... London Coins : A170 : Lot 105 : Cardiff Bank, Glamorganshire 1 Guinea dated 11th March 1819 No. R325 For Wood, Wood & Co. manusc...

Auction 135
English Banknotes Bank £1 dated 1819 No.L883 for Wood, Wood & Co., (Outing 418e), dividend stamps, internal split VG
£80 London Coins : A135 : Lot 452 : Cardiff Bank Glamorganshire £1 dated 1819 No.L883 for Wood, Wood & Co., (Outing 41...

Auction 135
English Banknotes Bank, 1 guinea issued but date of 1800s and manuscript signature illegible, for Thomas Pierce, David Williams & Co., (Outing 1421a), Poor condition but scarce
£70 London Coins : A135 : Lot 480 : Merthyr Tydfil Bank, Glamorganshire 1 guinea issued but date of 1800s and manuscript signature i...

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