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BRITISH  BANKNOTES

1797 - 1956

5 - 1000

 White Banknotes

1914 - 1919

10/- & 1

Bradbury - Treasury banknotes 

1919 - 1928

10/- & 1

Fisher - Treasury banknotes

1928 - 1934

10/- & 1

Mahon & Cattern

1934 - 1949

10/- 

K. O. Peppiatt

1934 - 1949

K. O. Peppiatt

1949 - 1955

10/- & 1

P. S. Beale

1955 - 1962

10/- 

L. K. O'Brien

1955 - 1962

L. K. O'Brien

1955 - 1962

L. K. O'Brien

1962 - 1966

10/- 

J. Q. Hollom

1962 - 1966

J. Q. Hollom

1962 - 1966

5 & 10 

J. Q. Hollom

1966 - 1970

10/- 

J. S. Fforde

1966 - 1970

J. S. Fforde

1966 - 1970

5; 10 & 20 

J. S. Fforde

1970 - 1980

J. B. Page

1980 - 1988

D. H. F. Somerset
 

 

The other cashiers will be added at a later date!

 

Reference book used: English Paper Money by Duggleby

 

Small tip !

Prefix letters (& some numbers) are shown on our list for the benefit 

of certain clients that collect in that way.

For those clients that do not require a specific prefix letter or number 

please only state in your order:

Just the: Ref number, denomination, condition and price, etc. 

With NO prefix shown or you can state 'ANY' prefix. 

This gives us flexibility in case that note has just be sold!

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What is meant by:

Type:   l/~~   l = Prefix letter;   / = (over);    ~~ = number    i.e B
93

.      "        l~~l = letter, number, number, letter                       i.e.  S12N

       "        The Prefix letters are listed under PREFIX,

       "        The more important  numbers are also listed          i.e   01 or 99

                Or either a 'Start' or 'Last' of series number, etc.

 

Grading

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UNC (EF+) & AU (EF-EF+)

We do not generally like using the grade UNC

Normally our highest grade is EF+  (for a currency issued note)

To our eyes, these notes look UNUSED.

However on very rare occasion that we do use the grade UNC 

- the note has to be outstanding

The equivalent to most peoples AU (About UNUSED) is our EF-EF+  

this means that we have spotted a slight crease, flick, etc.

some people might still call these notes UNC (UNUSED) !!!  

 

Runs of 3 or +

To be sold as a pair (minimum) or more than 2. 

These have been priced singly for you to work out how many you want !

 

Consecutive Pair

Some of these notes have been priced for sale either - as a pair or singly