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Prussia : World Banknotes

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Auction 173
World Banknotes World Banknotes (14) Russia - South Russia 5000 s 1919 яБ -013 Pick Specialised 419 EF, Russia 2 1909 ET001561 signature Shipov Pick 12b">Pick 12b EF, 10 1949 issue 5362525 Pick 14a VF, (2) 10 1972 issue Pick 48g B3771A NEF, 1972 issue Pick 48f B0761K NEF, 100 Kroner 1994 issue Signatures Moland and Johanson 4221381621 Pick 43e EF, (6) Pick 23d 1915 issue (2) 085248 2855 EF with staple hole at left, 072733 2567 Fine with staple hole at right, 2 Lire 1914 issue (2) Pick 37a 223597 033 GVF and 876747 027 Fine, One Lira (2) 1914 Issue Pick 36a 336731 055 Fine and 079633 031 Near Fine, - - 10000 Marks 1923 issue Pick Specialised S910 K 099565 EF, Municipality of UK (n Province of -)- Notgeld 50 Pfennigs 1920 Issue A/UNC, along with a group of notes all stapled to cards, many with tape residue (14) 1952 issue A/81 177804 signatures Coombs and Wilson in black, Pick 25d, Fine 1985 issue Pick 332a, Fine, - ese Government Pick M7b VG, n Currency Board 1st January 1952 4 signatures as Pick 29b (Pick 29 listed as a Ten Shillings) VG, Germany 1906 6-digit number 392480, Pick 9a VG, Rachel's Tomb Pick 6c VG, Rare, Southern Ten Shillings 1st September 1951 Signature Gordon Munro Pick 9f Fine, 5 Kronur 1928 issue, signature 8, Jonsson and Arnason Pick 32a Near Fine, 1st September 1951 K/1 719189 Pick 1 Fine, 1987 issue Pick 133 VF, 1000 Leones 1993 Pick 20a VG, torn and stuck with tape, One Dollar 1937 B/L 8621497 Pick 58d VG, Ten Shillings 26th November 1951, Bank and denomination in English A/50 708052 Pick 90b, Fine, 1931 issue Pick 16 VG with long tear and taped at centre, along with a further group of commoner types from circulation (246) comprising (3), (15), Italy (8), (1), (1), (2), (5), Germany (15), (14), (3), (2), (4), Australia (4), (1), Peru (3), (3), (1), (4), (4), (3), (2), (3), (4), (1), (1), (1), (2), (5), (3), (19), (3), (2), (1), (6), (4), Canada (2), (1), (1), Iraq (1), South Africa (2), (1), (1), (1), (1), (3), (1), (16), (2), (1), (2), (6), of Independent States (7), (4), (5), (1), (9), (3), Japan (2), (4), (3), (5), (1), (1), (5), (3), in mixed grades some UNC, and a further group (40) these all stapled to card comprising examples from , , Egypt, , , (2), Italy (2), Denmark (2), Lebanon (2), Guinea, Belgium, Netherlands, Indochina, , Poland, Hong Kong, Belgium, , India (2), Ceylon, , France (2), Yugoslavia, , GB, Sierra Leone, (2), Cambodia, , Malaya, Netherlands Indies, British Armed Forces 1930s to 1970s issues in mixed grades
£800

Auction 169
World Banknotes Reichsschulwaltung REICHSKASSENSCHEIN 5 Mark Pick 1 (Ros. 1) dated 11th July 1874 Series IX. Lit. J Fol. 161 number 0801784, Fair to Good with a 4mm oblong centre hole and numerous other small holes in the main body of the note and an Exceptionally Rare early first series of the notes. Dark blue and grey-blue featuring small cherubs and the Reich Sadler (Imperial Eagle) Coat of Arms this series was issued just 3 years after the unification of various German states into the German Empire. Currency in the already economically powerful regions were dominated by state issued coins and notes mainly of (North German Confederation) and . Even after unification, there was no large demand to unify the currency under a single issuer, as there was a set exchange rate between the coins of each currency. Each state also continued to issue their own currency, thus both supply and demand for this early series was small. It was not until a few series later, after the majority of these notes were already redeemed, when a unified currency became the most popular type in Germany. These issues red in circulation until 30th June 1885. The Population currently holds only 6 examples of this scarce small denomination note although it would be roughly a worker's daily wage as at time it would average between 1.50 and 6 marks.
£650 London Coins : A169 : Lot 174 : Germany Empire Reichsschuldenverwaltung REICHSKASSENSCHEIN 5 Mark Pick 1 (Ros. 1) dated 11th July 18... London Coins : A169 : Lot 174 : Germany Empire Reichsschuldenverwaltung REICHSKASSENSCHEIN 5 Mark Pick 1 (Ros. 1) dated 11th July 18...

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