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One Pound ERROR Peppiatt : English Banknotes

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 165
English Banknotes Green B261 Threaded Fourth Period Replecment issue 1948 series S03S 715068 minor with slightly uneven edge at lower right UNC and Rare and Unusual £180 London Coins : A165 : Lot 351 : One Pound Green Peppiatt B261 Threaded Fourth Period Replecment issue 1948 series S03S 715068 minor ... London Coins : A165 : Lot 351 : One Pound Green Peppiatt B261 Threaded Fourth Period Replecment issue 1948 series S03S 715068 minor ...

Auction 161
English Banknotes S (13), very scarce with heavy printers ink smudge to right edge issued 1948, about Uncirculated, s design misplaced vertically on reverse, issued 1967, good VF, One Pound (3) all with ink smudges through portrait of Queen, issued 1970, good VF, EF and Uncirculated, Page s with heavy printers ink smudge through portrait of the Queen, issued 1975, good VF, Page Five Pounds (3) a pair of ly numbered notes with queens portrait only lightly printed, issued 1975, about Uncirculated & Five Pounds horizontally misplaced on obverse, issued 1975, about EF, Page One Pound approx. 5mm taller than a standard note, issued 1978, about EF, 10 Pounds with silver security thread misplaced to left and completely exposed, unusual error, issued 1988, VF, Gill Five Pounds missing orange, yellow and green in underprint on back, issued 1990, Uncirculated, Ten Pounds missing 5 digits from serial number at top left, issued 2004, about VF, an interesting and varied of errors needs viewing

Auction 136
English Banknotes s B243 highest prefix 54M 37451 7th June 1937 with 54N 37451 at bottom right possibly done deliberately by a POW soldier in an attempt to undermine the operation, an intruiging example for Bernhard forgery collectors possibly unique NEF with a round sticker on the reverse
£240 London Coins : A136 : Lot 245 : Twenty Pounds Peppiatt B243 Operation Bernhard forgery ERROR highest prefix 54M 37451 7th June 1937 ...

Auction 112
English Banknotes blue B249, prefix U05E, large section of extra paper bottom left corner, all printing intact, stain bottom right, gFine

Auction 105
English Banknotes Blue B249 up to a centimetre of extra paper at the right edge EF and scarce

Auction 105
English Banknotes s gVF not printed at the top, s and s (37) a useful group generally - including Blue Poun

Auction 105
English Banknotes s (3) s Fourth Period 1948 (2) last series one with serial number H08B 147694 at the bottom left only so without the top right

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