The Lou Manzi Collection of English Banknotes - Part II

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The Lou Manzi Collection of English Banknotes - Part II

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Thursday 10th October 2019 - 10:00am  

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Tuesday 8 October 2019 at 10.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.
Wednesday 9 October 2019 at 10.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.
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This entire sale, including the front and back of many notes, is also available to view electronically, please contact Elaine Fung at [email protected]


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We are proud to offer part II of the iconic Lou Manzi collection of English banknotes; quite probably the finest collection of its type extant today, with the major highlight being the Bank of England, Abraham Newland £1 from 1797 with the serial number 2. In addition to the range of iconic Bank of England issued notes in the sale, there are also many attractive essays and proofs along with some rare Treasury notes . We have no doubt our clients will be delighted to own these notes and to point out that they have something 'ex-Lou Manzi Collection' - a provenance to be proud of.

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Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), a printers' archival composite essay on card for the obverse and reverse of a proposed issue of £1, ND (ca. 1914), serial number 0000000, pale blue and green and brown, George V in oval wreath low centre, value in white underprint at centre, value in green cartouche at left, crown at right, reverse pale blue and white, the Houses of Parliament at centre,(EPM TE13a), this is the EPM plate note. In PMG holder 64 choice uncirculated. A truly gorgeous essay, striking and pristine. UniqueSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please v...

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), a printers' archival specimen/proof for a proposed issue of £1, ND (ca. 1914), red serial number 0000000, blue and green, George V in oval wreath low centre, value in white underprint at centre, value in green cartouche at left, reverse green and white, the Houses of Parliament at centre,(EPM TE13c), in PMG holder 63 choice uncirculated, a lovely watermark of a '5' surrounded by six stars and this is the EPM plate noteSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), a printers' archival proof/specimen £1, ND (ca. 1914), pale brown and pink, George V in oval wreath low centre, value in pale underprint at centre, value in brown cartouche at left, reverse brown, the Houses of Parliament at centre,(EPM TE13e), this is the EPM plate note. In PMG holder 64 choice uncirculated. Striking noteSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), a printers' archival proof/specimen £1, ND (ca. 1914), violet-mauve, George V in oval wreath low centre, value in pale underprint at centre, value in violet cartouche at left, crown in field at top left and tight, reverse pale violet-mauve, the Houses of Parliament at centre,(EPM TE13f), In PMG holder 62 uncirculated, corner tip missing, attractive and very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), a printers' archival composite essay on board for a proposed issue of £1, ND (ca. 1914), serial number 0/00 000000, green and pale tan, head of George V at left, value above and below in oval wreath low centre, pound symbol in pale underprint at centre, reverse of a Sovereign at right, signature of John Bradbury low right, reverse green and pale tan, the Houses of Parliament at centre,(EPM TE18), this is the EPM plate note. Both in PMG holders 63 choice uncirculated. Stunningly beautiful, historically important and unique (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buy...

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), a printers' archival proof for a proposed issue of £1, ND (ca. 1914), no serial numbers, blue and green, head of George V in crowned oval frame at right, St. George and the Dragon in background at centre, value in rectangle at centre, a green and orange grid pattern in background,(EPM TE unlisted), in PMG holder 35 NET choice very fine, corner damage. Very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), 'Dardanelles Overprint', second issue 10 shillings, ND (21 May 1915), serial number Z/3 014904, red and white, crowned head of George V top left, crowned arms top right, value in red panel at centre, value low left, black Arabic overprint PIASTRES SILVER SIXTY at centre,(EPM T15, Pick 348b, Banknote Yearbook TR4a), in PMG holder 35 Choice Very Fine. Well above average for this iconic issue and consequently rare in this gradeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £5 (2), London 12 June 1947, serial number M42 075675/075676, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B264, Pick 343), both in PMG holders 65 EPQ gem uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £5 (2), London 12 June 1947, serial number M42 075677/075678, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B264, Pick 343), first note in PMG holder 64 EPQ choice uncirculated, second in PMG holder 65 EPQ gem uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £5 (2), London 12 June 1947, serial number M42 075679/075680, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B264, Pick 343), both in PMG holders 65 EPQ gem uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £5 (2), London 12 June 1947, serial number M42 075691/075692, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B264, Pick 343), first note in PMG holder 65 EPQ gem uncirculated, second in PMG holder 66 EPQ gem uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £5 (2), London 12 June 1947, serial number M42 075693/075694, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B264, Pick 343), both in PMG holders 66 EPQ gem uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £5 (2), London 12 June 1947, serial number M42 075749/075750, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B464, Pick 343), first note in PMG holder 64 EPQ choice uncirculated, second in PMG holder 65 EPQ gem uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £5 (2), London 12 June 1947, serial number M42 075761/075762, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B464, Pick 343), first note in PMG holder 65 EPQ gem uncirculated, second in PMG holder 64 EPQ choice uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £5 (2), London 12 June 1947, serial number M42 075763/075764, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B464, Pick 343), first note in PMG holder 65 EPQ gem uncirculated, second in PMG holder 64 EPQ choice uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £5 (2), London 12 June 1947, serial number M42 075765/075766, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B464, Pick 343), both in PMG holders 64 EPQ choice uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £5 (2), London 12 June 1947, serial number M42 075767/075768, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B464, Pick 343), both in PMG holders 65 EPQ gem uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £5 (2), London 12 June 1947, serial number M42 075769/075770, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B464, Pick 343), both in PMG holders 65 EPQ gem uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Henry Bradbury, a trial £10, 1 January 1856, serial number J.L.12345, black and white, Britannia top left with lion and Union shield, dolphin and rudder below, bank title intertwined with roses,(EPM unlisted), good very fine, a particularly striking image of Britannia and scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Basil Gage Catterns (1929-1934), £1000, London 15 November 1933, serial number 10/S 02266, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of One Thousand Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B234, Pick 334), in PMG holder 35 Choice Very Fine, Pinholes; an extremely rare and iconic £1000. Very few examples remain extant - unsurprising given the high value, which represented a fortune in 1933!Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more informati...

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), a colour trial second issue £1, ND (23 October 1914), no serial numbers, red and white, crowned head of George V top left, crowned arms top right, value in red panel at centre, value low left,(EPM T11 for type, Pick 349 for type, Banknote Yearbook TR14a for type), pencil annotation on reverse, in PMG holder 63 Choice Uncirculated and extremely rare in the colour of a 10 shilling note of 1915. An exceptional rarity and probably the only example extant; this is also the EPM plate noteSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please vi...

Bank of England, Cyril Patrick Mahon (1925-1929), £100, London 15 May 1925, serial number 05/S 09988, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of One Hundred Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B219a, Pick 327), in PMG holder 35 Choice Very Fine and very rare indeed; a lovely fresh exampleSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

British Military Authority, a specimen set of the ND (1943) series comprising 6D, brown, 1/-, lilac, 2/6, pink and green, 5/-, brown and blue, 10/-, violet and blue and £1, violet and orange, all arms in field, all except the 6D with X in field at left and right and the 10/- and £1 with serial number 00X 000000(Pick M1s-6s, Schwan-Boling 301s-306s), small red SPECIMEN top left and low right, good extremely fine and rare (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), 2/6, ND (May 1941), no serial numbers, blue and dark grey, value at points of the compass, ornate background detail, reverse as obverse,(EPM B254, Pick 364), in PMG holder 58 Choice About Unc. This issue prepared by the Bank of England due to a power shortage at the Royal Mint and thus an anticipated shortage of silver coinage. In the end the notes were never released and were sent down to Dungeness for destruction; some survived but all are very rare and most examples extant are in moderate condition or even slightly singed! In exceptional...

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), a printers' archival composite essay on board for a proposed issue of £1, ND (ca. 1914), serial number W/57 191128, black, brown and white, Britannia with Union shield and trident at left, head of George V in ornate oval frame at right, John Bradbury signature low right,(EPM TE4a), this is the EPM plate note, probably designed by Bertam Mackennal, unique and attractive. In PMG holder 62 uncirculated. As a point of interest the large-format Bradbury £1 (TE3c) has serial number 191127Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please vi...

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), a printers' archival proof for a proposed issue of £1, ND (ca. 1914), serial number F/90 91062, black and white, head of George V in crowned circular frame at left, arms at right, value in blue tablet low left, John Bradbury signature low right, a blue, green and orange grid pattern in background,(EPM TE10), this is the EPM plate note, in PMG holder 30 very fine, extremely rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), fractional issue, 1 shilling, ND (1 December 1917), serial number A/1 000000, blue, green and white, crowned head of George V in oval frame at centre, value at left and right, wavy blue and green border around margins, reverse one shilling coin dated 1918 in green at centre,(EPM T23ct, Pick 353), in PMG holder 55 About Uncirculated and extremely rare. Designed by C. Howard in the eventuality of protection of the country's silver assets in time of war but never issued. A note missing in all but the most advanced collections and a lovely exampleSubject...

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), fractional issue, 2/6, ND (November 1918), serial number A/1 000000, violet, brown and white, crowned head of George V in oval frame at centre, value at left and right, wavy violet and brown border around margins, reverse 2/6 coin dated 1918 in green at centre,(EPM T22ct, Pick 354), pencil annotation on reverse, in PMG holder 62 uncirculated and very rare indeedSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), specimen second issue 10 shillings, ND (21 January 1915), serial numbers V/24 001506, red and white, crowned head of George V top left, crowned arms top right, value in red panel at centre, value low left,(EPM T13.1s, Pick 348as, Banknote Yearbook TR3as), this is the EPM plate note p.19. Mounting traces, in PMG holder 40 Extremely Fine. Black SPECIMEN overprint on an issued note in the absence of a true specimen. Extremely rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), second issue 10 shillings, ND (21 January 1915), serial number S1/67 022261, red and white, crowned head of George V top left, crowned arms top right, value in red panel at centre, value low left,(EPM T13.2, Pick 348, Banknote Yearbook TR3b), in PMG holder 58 EPQ Choice About Uncirculated. Rare in this gradeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Cyril Patrick Mahon (1925-1929), specimen £20, London 9 April 1925, serial number 03/Q 00000, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Twenty Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B217sa, Pick 322s), red 'SPECIMEN' overprint, in PMG holder 53 About Uncirculated and very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £500, Liverpool 30 September 1936, serial number 43/Z 02851, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Hundred Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B246e, Pick 340c), in PMG holder 45 EPQ Choice Extremely Fine and a very rare note, lovelySubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), specimen £5, London 5 December 1944, serial number E00 000000, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B255s, Pick 342s), red 'SPECIMEN' overprint, in PMG holder 55 About Uncirculated. RareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), Error 10 shillings, ND (1948), serial number 59K 549758, brown, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse brown, value at left and right,(EPM B262, Pick 368a), in PMG holder 55 EPQ About Uncirculated and a very rare error with a large flap of extra paper top-rightSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), Error 10 shillings, ND (1948), serial number 45J 747913, brown, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse brown, value at left and right,(EPM B262, Pick 368a), in PMG holder 58 EPQ Choice About Uncirculated,Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £5, London 12 April 1947, serial number L89 057281, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B264, Pick 343), in PMG holder 58 EPQ Choice About UncirculatedSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Thomas Rippon (1829-1835), £50, Manchester 5 May 1832, serial number 4836, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Thos. Rippon or Bearer on demand the sum of Fifty Pounds', value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date, manuscript signature low right of J. Booth,(EPM B202a, Pick 215), in PMG holder 25 Very Fine, minor annotations as to be expected on a high-denomination note of the period. In superb condition for an extreme rarity. All Rippon notes rare; only a few examples of the £50 believed extant and those from on...

Bank of England, Abraham Newland (1778-1807), £10, London, manuscript date 29 October 1798, manuscript serial number 249, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, date 1798 to left and right, value in black tablet low left, printed signature of Mr Abraham Newland in text at centre and manuscript signature low left and of Hill low right,(EPM B200l for earlier date), split at centre (probably for security during transit), a few annotations otherwise a lovely fresh example; the paper white and still retaining good body, about very fine, extremely rare in this grade and a ve...

Bank of England, Abraham Newland (1778-1807), £1, London 2 March 1797, manuscript serial number 2, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Abraham Newland or Bearer on demand the sum of One Pound', value in black tablet low left, manuscript serial number, date, 'Abraham Newland' and two signatures below,(EPM B200a, Pick 170), in PMG holder 20 Very Fine and a truly wonderful note in any grade with number 2 important: number 1 still extant (with whereabouts unknown) and consequently this presents a rare opportunity for the collector to acquire the ear...

Bank of England, Abraham Newland (1778-1807), £1, London 19 March 1801, manuscript serial number 9212, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Abraham Newland or Bearer on demand the sum of One Pound', value in black tablet low left, manuscript serial number, date, printed 'Abraham Newland' in text at centre, two manuscript signatures below, all contained in rectangular border,(EPM B200b, Pick 180), in PMG holder 30 Very Fine and a lovely example of a very rare typeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Co...

Bank of England, Abraham Newland (1778-1807), £1, London 23 February 1805, manuscript serial number 35791, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Abraham Newland or Bearer on demand the sum of One Pound', value in black tablet low left, manuscript serial number, date, printed 'Abraham Newland' in text at centre, two manuscript signatures below,(EPM B200d, Pick 184), in PMG holder 25 Very Fine and a lovely example of a very rare typeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Abraham Newland (1778-1807), a proof on card for a £10, 17- (1788), black and white, Britannia in ornate crowned vignette top left, date 17-88 at left and right of vignette, value in black tablet low left,(EPM B200l for similar), heavily engraved, in PMG holder 63 choice uncirculated, any Newland or Hase proof extremely rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Basil Gage Catterns (1929-1934), 10 shillings (2), ND (1930), prefixes O01 and R39, brown and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse brown, value at left and right,(EPM B223), almost extremely fine and almost uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Basil Gage Catterns (1929-1934), £1 (2), ND (1930), red serial numbers H87 103401/103402, green and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse green, St. George and the Dragon low left and right,(EPM B225), uncirculated and a scarce consecutive pair of the first series (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Basil Gage Catterns (1929-1934), £5, Liverpool 6 March 1931, serial number 475/U 12173, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B228e, Pick 328c), ink number top right, in PMG holder 55 About Uncirculated and rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Basil Gage Catterns (1929-1934), £10, Birmingham 11 October 1929, serial number 119/V 98990, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Ten Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B229a, Pick 329e), in PMG holder 55 About Uncirculated, rare in this grade and Birmingham a scarce branch of issueSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Basil Gage Catterns (1929-1934), £10, London 18 July 1932, serial number K/110 97060, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Ten Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B229, Pick 329a), in PMG holder 53 EPQ About Uncirculated, scarce in this lovely conditionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Basil Gage Catterns (1929-1934), £20, London 20 November 1930, serial number 44/M 59523, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Twenty Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B230, Pick 330a), in PMG holder 40 Extremely Fine and a rare denomination especially in this gradeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Basil Gage Catterns (1929-1934), £50, London 20 June 1932, serial number 48/N 59540, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Fifty Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B231, Pick 331a), in PMG holder 40 Extremely Fine, Paper Maker's Notch, Rust, Annotation; a rare denomination, especially in this gradeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Basil Gage Catterns (1929-1934), £100, Leeds 13 August 1929, serial number 65/Y 22043, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of One Hundred Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B232d, Pick 332e), handstamp on reverse, in PMG holder 30 Very Fine and a rare high denomination, especially in this grade and as a Leeds branch issueSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Clydesdale Bank Limited, £100, 29 April 1965, serial number C/A 000001, purple and multicoloured, arms at right, value in ornate guilloche at left, Fairbairn signature low centre, reverse purple, Invercauld bridge over the River Dee at centre,(PMS CL34), in PMG holder 61 NET uncirculated, thinning; this is the first prefix for type and this the number 1 note for issueSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Cyril Patrick Mahon (1925-1929), 10 shillings, ND (1928), serial number A01 000317, brown, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse brown, value at left and right,(EPM B210a, Pick 362a), in PMG holder 65 EPQ Gem Uncirculated, a very rare and desirable low number for the first issue of the Bank of England 10 shilling type noteSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Cyril Patrick Mahon (1925-1929), 10 shillings, ND (1928), serial number Z83 027224, brown, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse brown, value at left and right,(EPM B210), in PMG holder 64 EPQ choice uncirculated, a scarce first-seriesSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Cyril Patrick Mahon (1925-1929), a die proof £1, ND (1928), no serial numbers, serial number W54 601897, green and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse blank,(EPM B212 for type), extremely fine and an excessively rare heavily-engraved die proof on large-format paper with date '6-8-29' in low marginSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Cyril Patrick Mahon (1925-1929), specimen £1, ND (1928), red serial number A00 000000, green and pale blue, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse green, St. George and the Dragon at left and right,(EPM B212s, Pick 363as), red SPECIMEN overprint, in PMG holder 45 EPQ Choice Extremely Fine and rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Cyril Patrick Mahon (1925-1929), £1, ND (1928), red serial number A01 000176, green and pale blue, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse green, St. George and the Dragon at left and right,(EPM B212a, Pick 363a), in PMG holder 58 EPQ Choice About Unc. and a very low number for the first issue of Bank of England £1 notes since 1826Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Cyril Patrick Mahon (1925-1929), £1, ND (1928), serial number B09 162100, green and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse green, St. George and the Dragon low left and right,(EPM B212), in PMG holder 40 extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Cyril Patrick Mahon (1925-1929), £1, ND (1928), serial number F93 710271, green and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse green, St. George and the Dragon low left and right,(EPM B212), in PMG holder 55 about uncirculatedSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Cyril Patrick Mahon (1925-1929), £5, London 15 June 1928, serial number 178/H 31198, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B215a, Pick 320a), in PMG holder 58 Choice About Uncirculated. Quite rare in this lovely gradeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Cyril Patrick Mahon (1925-1929), £5, Plymouth 23 August 1926, serial number 307/U 75973, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B215h, Pick 320h), in PMG holder 55 About Uncirculated. A very rare branch-of-issue and a lovely exampleSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Cyril Patrick Mahon (1925-1929), £10, Liverpool 10 February 1927, serial number 107/V 60456, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Ten Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B216e, Pick 321d), in PMG holder 40 Extremely Fine. A rare and attractive exampleSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Cyril Patrick Mahon (1925-1929), £10, Leeds 12 October 1925, serial number 099/V 41485, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Ten Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B216f, Pick 321c), in PMG holder 55 About Uncirculated and scarce, especially in this gradeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, David Henry Fitzroy Somerset (1980-1988), £1, ND (1980), serial number AN01 000018, green and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, caduceus at centre, reverse green with Sir Isaac Newton,(EPM B341, Pick 377b), in PMG holder 64 EPQ Choice Uncirculated and a rare low number with manuscript signature of David Somerset in field, unusualSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, David Henry Fitzroy Somerset (1980-1988), £5 (2), ND (1980), serial numbers NC01 341357/341358, blue and multicolour with Elizabeth II at right and Victory in biga at upper-centre, reverse Lawrence's portrait of the Duke of Wellington with battle of Fuentes d'Onoro (1811) in the background,(EPM B343), 341357 about unc., 341358 uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, David Henry Fitzroy Somerset (1980-1988), £5 (2), ND (1980), serial numbers NC90 247295/247296, blue and multicolour with Elizabeth II at right and Victory in biga at upper-centre, reverse Lawrence's portrait of the Duke of Wellington with battle of Fuentes d'Onoro (1811) in the background,(EPM B343), uncirculated, last run prefix (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, David Henry Fitzroy Somerset (1980-1988), £5, ND (1980), serial number DU/70 448095, blue and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, Victory in biga top centre, Britannia low centre left, reverse Lawrence's portrait of the Duke of Wellington and the battle of Fuentes d'Onoro,(EPM B343, Pick 379d), in PMG holder 64 EPQ Choice Uncirculated and a scarce error with no signatureSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, David Henry Fitzroy Somerset (1980-1988), £10 (2), ND (1987), serial numbers CS90 709060/709061, brown and multicolour with Elizabeth II at right and lily to centre, reverse Florence Nightingale and scene from Scutari Hospital in background,(EPM B349), uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, David Henry Fitzroy Somerset (1980-1988), £1, ND (1981), AN01 000010, green and multicolour with Elizabeth II at right and Sir Isaac Newton to reverse,(EPM B341), uncirculated and contained within a green Morocco leather presentation case, the front embossed in gold with the 'seated Britannia' vignette and the inside front cover similarly embossed in gold with the text: 'BANK OF ENGLAND', 'MARCH 1981'. In addition, a protective paper envelope for the leather case. Very rare indeed and extremely attractive.Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view...

Bank of England, David Henry Fitzroy Somerset (1980-1988), £20, ND (1984), serial number AN01 000101, purple and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, St. George and the Dragon at centre, Britannia at low left, reverse purple, William Shakespeare and the balcony scene from Romeo & Juliet,(EPM B351, Pick 380d), in PMG holder 64 EPQ Choice Uncirculated; a rare very low number and as PMG states: 'Super Binary Serial Number'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, David Henry Fitzroy Somerset (1980-1988), £50, ND (1981), A01 000010, brown and multicolour with Elizabeth II at right and Phoenix at centre, reverse Sir Christopher Wren at right with view of St. Paul's Cathedral and City of London in background,(EPM B352), uncirculated, the note contained within a brown Morocco leather presentation folder embossed in gold to the front with vignette of 'seated Britannia', the inside front cover similarly embossed with text: 'BANK OF ENGLAND', 'MARCH 1981' and the whole contained within a protective paper envelope. The plastic 'window' has yel...

Bank of England, David Henry Fitzroy Somerset (1980-1988), £50, ND (1980), serial number AN01 000030, green and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, phoenix at centre, Britannia at low left, reverse green, Sir Christopher Wren and St. Paul's Cathedral at centre,(EPM B352, Pick 381a), in PMG holder 64 EPQ Choice Uncirculated and a rare low number with manuscript signature of David Somerset in field, unusualSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Ernest Musgrave Harvey (1918-1925), £5, Birmingham 20 June 1922, serial number 107/U 57974, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B209aa, Pick 312f), in PMG holder 45 Choice Extremely Fine and rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Ernest Musgrave Harvey (1918-1925), £5, Liverpool, 28 February 1922, serial number 176/U 95286, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B209ae, Pick 312c), in PMG holder 50 About Uncirculated, scarce in this grade and branchSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Ernest Musgrave Harvey (1918-1925), £5, London 18 February 1919, serial number 13/H 21202, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B209a, Pick 312a), in PMG holder 55 About Uncirculated, scarce in this gradeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Ernest Musgrave Harvey (1918-1925), £10, London 20 September 1920, serial number 91/K 01015, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Ten Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B209b, Pick 313a), in PMG holder 35 Choice Very Fine, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Ernest Musgrave Harvey (1918-1925), £20, Leeds 28 May 1918, serial number 16/W 53993, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Twenty Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B209cd, Pick 314b), ink numeral low left, in PMG holder 40 Extremely Fine and a rare denominationSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Ernest Musgrave Harvey (1918-1925), £50, London, 15 March 1919, serial number 18N 11552, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to bearer on demand the sum of Fifty Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B209d, Pick 315), in PMG holder 30 Very Fine, AnnotationsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Ernest Musgrave Harvey (1918-1925), £100, Liverpool 30 September 1918, serial number 27/Y 01707, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of One Hundred Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B209ee, Pick 316b), ink annotation and foxing, in PMG holder 30 Very Fine and rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Ernest Musgrave Harvey (1918-1925), £100, London 16 April 1919, serial number 16/O 56767, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of One Hundred Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B209e, Pick 316a), in PMG holder 45 Choice Extremely Fine, rare in this gradeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), first issue 10 shillings, ND (7 August 1914), serial number A/1 000086, red and white, head of George V in vertical panel at left; G above, R below, value in red panel at centre, 10/- symbol at right,(EPM T9, Pick 346, Banknote Yearbook TR1a), in PMG holder 53 EPQ About Uncirculated. A very low number, most desirable and very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), first issue 10 shillings, ND (7 August 1914), serial number A/8 691310, red and white, head of George V in vertical panel at left; G above, R below, value in red panel at centre, 10/- symbol at right,(EPM T9, Pick 346, Banknote Yearbook TR1a), in PMG holder 64 EPQ* Choice Uncirculated. A wonderful and seldom seen 'star' grade for this series, very rare as suchSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), first issue 10 shillings, ND (7 August 1914), serial number A/12 430694, red and white, head of George V in vertical panel at left; G above, R below, value in red panel at centre, 10/- symbol at right,(EPM T9, Pick 346, Banknote Yearbook TR1a), in PMG holder 58 Choice About Unc., scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), first issue 10 shillings, ND (7 August 1914), serial number A/17 658278, red and white, head of George V in vertical panel at left; G above, R below, value in red panel at centre, 10/- symbol at right,(EPM T9, Pick 346, Banknote Yearbook TR1a), in PMG holder 64 Choice Uncirculated and scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), first issue 10 shillings (2), ND (7 August 1914), serial number S/6 013163/013164, red and white, head of George V in vertical panel at left; G above, R below, value in red panel at centre, 10/- symbol at right,(EPM T8, Pick 346, Banknote Yearbook TR1b), in PMG holders 58 Choice About Unc. and a much rarer variety than the T9 (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), first issue 10 shillings, ND (7 August 1914), serial number B/23 12703, red and white, head of George V in vertical panel at left; G above, R below, value in red panel at centre, 10/- symbol at right,(EPM T10, Pick 346, Banknote Yearbook TR1c), in PMG holder 58 Choice About Unc. A very rare variety, in excellent grade and an elusive typeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), first issue £1, ND (7 August 1914), serial number B.064952, black and white, head of George V in vertical panel at left; G above, R below, value in black panel at centre, pound symbol at right,(EPM T1, Pick 347, Banknote Yearbook TR10a), in PMG holder 64 EPQ Choice Uncirculated. Very rare in this gradeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), first issue £1, ND (7 August 1914), serial number C.585620, black and white, head of George V in vertical panel at left; G above, R below, value in black panel at centre, pound symbol at right,(EPM T1, Pick 347, Banknote Yearbook TR11a), in PMG holder 45 EPQ choice extremely fine. A rare variety, especially in this gradeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), first issue £1, ND (7 August 1914), serial number B.064952, black and white, head of George V in vertical panel at left; G above, R below, value in black panel at centre, pound symbol at right,(EPM T3.2, Pick 347, Banknote Yearbook TR11b), in PMG holder 58 Choice About Uncirculated. A rare variety, especially in this gradeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), first issue £1, ND (7 August 1914), serial number A/15 000001, black and white, head of George V in vertical panel at left; G above, R below, value in black panel at centre, pound symbol at right,(EPM T3.2, Pick 347, Banknote Yearbook TR11b), in PMG holder 58 Choice About Uncirculated, Stained. May not be A/1, but nevertheless a number 1 and thus most unusual and extremely rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), first issue £1, ND (7 August 1914), serial number O/35 005907, black and white, head of George V in vertical panel at left; G above, R below, value in black panel at centre, pound symbol at right,(EPM T.3.3, Pick 347, Banknote Yearbook TR10e), in PMG holder 58 Choice About Uncirculated. Scarce in this gradeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), first issue £1, ND (7 August 1914), serial number L/32 10234, black and white, head of George V in vertical panel at left; G above, R below, value in black panel at centre, pound symbol at right,(EPM T4.2, Pick 347, Banknote Yearbook TR11b), in PMG holder 62 uncirculated; in exceptional condition for such a rare noteSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), first issue £1, ND (7 August 1914), serial number D/10 000091, black and white, head of George V in vertical panel at left; G above, R below, value in black panel at centre, pound symbol at right,(EPM T5.3b, Pick 347, Banknote Yearbook TR12a), in PMG holder 50 EPQ About Uncirculated. Rare in this grade and typeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), first issue £1, ND (7 August 1914), serial number B/21 0005599, black and white, head of George V in vertical panel at left; G above, R below, value in black panel at centre, pound symbol at right,(EPM T5.4b, Pick 347, Banknote Yearbook TR12b), in PMG holder 40 Extremely Fine. A very rare variety and a most elusive noteSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Frank May (1873-1893), £5, Portsmouth, 24 October 1882, serial number 39/M 72324, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B206a, Pick 286b), in PMG holder 30 Very Fine. There are eight branches listed as standard for this note; there are additional smaller branches - such as Swansea or Exeter - that are impossible to find, and Portsmouth which is enormously rare. This branch of the highest desira...

Bank of England, Horace Bowen (1893-1902), £5, London 18 March 1901, serial number J/I 28352, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B207a, Pick 295a), in PMG holder 45 Choice Extremely Fine. All Bowen notes are very rare and to find one in this condition is remarkable; a lovely note indeedSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, George Forbes (1866-1873), £10, London 21 July 1868, serial number X/F 17934, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Ten Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature of Dixon low right,(EPM B203d, Pick 222), handstamp low centre, in PMG holder 35 Choice Very Fine. Forbes a very rare note especially as a £10, in exceptional grade for typeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, George Malcolm Gill (1988-1991), £5, £20, 1990-1991, serial number A01 001068, £5 grey, green and multicolour and £20 mauve, grey and multicolour with Elizabeth II at right, reverse £5 George Stevenson and the 'Rocket', £20 Michael Faraday and lecture theatre scene,(EPM B357, B358), uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Graham Edward Alfred Kentfield (1991-1998), £10, ND (1991), serial number KN01 000010, brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, lily at centre, reverse brown, Florence Nightingale and the hospital at Scutari at centre,(EPM B360, Pick 379f), in PMG holder 65 EPQ Gem Uncirculated and a very rare low serial numberSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Graham Edward Alfred Kentfield (1991-1998), £5, ND (1991), serial number R01 000010, blue and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, Britannia at left, reverse blue and mauve, George Stevenson and the 'Rocket',(EPM B362, Pick 382b), in PMG holder 64 EPQ Choice Uncirculated and a very rare low serial numberSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Graham Edward Alfred Kentfield (1991-1998), £10 (2), 1992, serial numbers A01 001287/001288, grey, orange and multicolour with Elizabeth II at right and Britannia at left, reverse Charles Dickens at right and scene of cricket match at left,(EPM B366), about uncirculated to unc., first run prefixes and low serial numbers (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Graham Edward Alfred Kentfield (1991-1998), specimen £10, ND (1993), serial number AA00 000000, brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, Britannia at left, reverse brown, Charles Dickens at right, cricket match at left,(EPM B369r, Pick 383s), in PMG holder 35 EPQ Choice Very Fine and a rare 'registration' noteSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Graham Edward Alfred Kentfield (1991-1998), £20, 1991, serial number E01 001010, grey, mauve and multicolour with Elizabeth II at right and Britannia at left, reverse Michael Faraday at right and lecure theatre scene at left,(EPM B371), about uncirculatedSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Graham Edward Alfred Kentfield (1991-1998), £50, 1994, serial number A01 005050, grey, red and multicolour with Elizabeth II at right and reverse portrait of Sir John Houblon,(EPM B371), about uncirculatedSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Graham Edward Alfred Kentfield (1991-1998), £10, £20, £50 (3), 1992-1994, serial numbers A01 001068 (2), X01 001068, £10 orange, multicolour and grey, £20 mauve, multicolour and grey, £50 red, multicolour and grey, all Elizabeth II at right and reverses Charles Dickens, Michael Faraday and Sir John Houblon respectively,(EPM B366, B374, B377), uncirculated (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Henry Hase (1807-1829), £1, London 2 August 1809, manuscript serial number 912, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Henry Hase or Bearer on demand the sum of One Pound', value in black tablet low left, manuscript serial number, date, two manuscript signatures below,(EPM B200d, Pick 184), in PMG holder 25 Very Fine and a lovely example of a very rare type, a Henry Hase note in the style of a Newland. Exceptional grade for type, very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions...

Bank of England, Henry Hase (1807-1829), £1, London 19 December 1825, serial number 7948, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Henry Hase or Bearer on demand the sum of One Pound', value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date, two manuscript signatures below,(EPM B201c, Pick 190d), in PMG holder 30 Very Fine and an above average example, scarce thusSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Henry Hase (1807-1829), £5, London 10 October 1818, serial number 10936, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Henry Hase or Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds', value in black tablet low left, manuscript serial number, date, two manuscript signatures below,(EPM B201g, Pick 192b), in PMG holder 20 Very Fine and a good example of a very rare typeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Henry Hase (1807-1829), a proof/essay on watermarked paper for a £1, ND (1808), black and white, Britannia top left with lion and symbols of commerce and crowned shield, Neptune riding in a biga of hippocamps top centre, maiden with caduceus and symbols of commerce top right, text at centre 'pay to Hen. Hase or Bearer...', value in black tablet low left, ornate border around,(EPM unlisted), almost extremely fine and rare; a lovely designSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Henry Hase (1807-1829), a proof/essay on watermarked paper for a £5, ND (1808), black and white, Britannia in ornate crowned vignette top centre, text 'pay to Hen. Hase or Bearer...' at centre, value in black tablet low left, ornate border around,(EPM unlisted), in PMG holder 50 about uncirculated; a lovely design and very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Jasper Quintus Hollom (1962-1966), specimen £10, ND (1964), serial number A00 000000, brown, Elizabeth II in oval frame at right, Britannia and value at centre, reverse brown, lion and key at centre,(EPM B299s, Pick 367as), red SPECIMEN overprint, in PMG holder 65 EPQ Gem Uncirculated, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, John Brangwyn Page (1970-1980), Error £1, ND (1970), serial number BT06 788842/788852, green, Elizabeth II at right, reverse green, Britannia at centre,(EPM B322, Pick 374g), in PMG holder 66 EPQ Gem Uncirculated and a scarce error with mismatched serial numbersSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, John Brangwyn Page (1970-1980), £20, ND (1970), serial number D47 160473, mauve and multicolour with Elizabeth II at right and St. George and the Dragon at centre, reverse William Shakespeare at right and scene from Romeo & Juliet,(EPM B328), uncirculatedSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, John Brangwyn Page (1970-1980), £20 (2), ND (1970), serial number M02 789408/789409, mauve and multicolour with Elizabeth II at right and St. George and the Dragon at centre, reverse William Shakespeare at right and scene from Romeo & Juliet,(EPM B329), uncirculated and a nice pair of consecutive replacements (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, John Brangwyn Page (1970-1980), £10, ND (1975), A01 000010, brown and orange with Elizabeth II at right and lily at centre, reverse Florence Nightingale at right and scene from Scutari Hospital at centre and left,(EPM B330), uncirculated and the note contained within a red-brown Morocco leather presentation folder, the front cover embossed in gold with the 'seated Britannia' vignette, the inside front cover similarly embossed with the text: 'BANK OF ENGLAND', 'FEBRUARY 1975'. The folder itself contained within a paper envelope which has helped to keep the whole in near-pristin...

Bank of England, John Brangwyn Page (1970-1980), £10, ND (1975), serial number A01 000024, brown and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, lily at centre, reverse brown, Florence Nightingale and the hospital at Scutari at centre,(EPM B330, Pick 379a), in PMG holder 66 EPQ Gem Uncirculated and a rare very low serial numberSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, John Brangwyn Page (1970-1980), specimen £5, ND (1973), serial number A00 000000, blue and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, Victory in biga at centre, Britannia low left, reverse blue, Lawrence's portrait of the Duke of Wellington and the battle of Fuentes d'Onoro (1811) in background,(EPM B332s, Pick 378as), red SPECIMEN overprint, in PMG holder 58 Choice About Uncirculated, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, John Brangwyn Page (1970-1980), £5, ND (1971), M04 812817, blue and multicolour with Elizabeth II at right and Victory in biga at centre, reverse Lawrence's portrait of the Duke of Wellington at right with battle of Fuentes d'Onoro (1811) in background,(EPM B333), uncirculatedSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, John Brangwyn Page (1970-1980), £1, ND (1978), serial number A01 004377, green and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, caduceus at centre, reverse green with Sir Isaac Newton,(EPM B337, Pick 377a), in PMG holder 58 EPQ Choice About Uncirculated and a scarce low numberSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, John Brangwyn Page (1970-1980), £1 (2), ND (1978), serial number A01 054123/054124, green and multicolour with Elizabeth II at right, reverse grey-green and mulicolour with Sir Isaac Newton at right,(EPM B337), both in PMG holders 66 EPQ gem uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, John Gordon Nairne (1902-1918), proof £1 'gold note', ND (1914), serial number A/1 000000, black and white, Britannia in ornate crowned vignette top left, value in black tablet low left,(EPM B208a, Pick 303), in PMG holder 66 EPQ Gem Uncirculated and a very rare type noteSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, John Gordon Nairne (1902-1918), £5, Plymouth 21 July 1914, serial number 40/T 65107, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B208bh, Pick 304i), in PMG holder 30 Very Fine. All Nairne notes are scarce, especially branch notes and Plymouth the seventh-rarest branch of issue (Bristol the rarest), a rare noteSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions...

Bank of England, John Gordon Nairne (1902-1918), £50, Manchester 2 July 1913, serial number 2/X 77334, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Fifty Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B208ef, Pick 307b), in PMG holder 35 Choice Very Fine. This is one of the better notes from the 'Manchester' group found many years ago and in original state, with ink number top left and in the opinion of the cataloguer more desirable thusSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Pr...

Bank of England, John Standish Fforde (1966-1970), £1, ND (1967), serial number T29M 093571, green, Elizabeth II at right, Britannia right centre, reverse green, Britannia at right,(EPM B308), in PMG holder 67 EPQ superb gem unc, a first-prefix replacement note, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, John Standish Fforde (1966-1970), £5, ND (1967), serial number Z98 054449, blue, Elizabeth II at right, reverse blue, Britannia at centre, also £5, prefix 50A, also £10, prefix A55, brown, Elizabeth II at right, reverse brown, lion and key at centre, also J.Q.Hollom, prefix A29 and £10, prefix A04(EPM B312, 314, 316, 297, 299), the Z one of the last of type, extremely fine, balance uncirculated (5)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, John Standish Fforde (1966-1970), specimen £5, ND (1967), serial number A00 000000, blue, Elizabeth II in oval frame at right, value at centre, reverse blue, Britannia at centre,(EPM B312s, Pick 375bs), red SPECIMEN overprint, in PMG holder 64 Choice Uncirculated, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, John Standish Fforde (1966-1970), specimen £20, ND (1970), serial number A00 000000, purple and multicolured, Elizabeth II at right, St. George and the Dragon, Britannia and value at centre, reverse purple, William Shakespeare and the balcony scene from Romeo & Juliet,(EPM B318s, Pick 380as), red SPECIMEN overprint, in PMG holder 53 About Uncirculated, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, John Standish Fforde (1966-1970), £20 (2), ND (1970), serial numbers A04 715423/715424, purple and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, St. George and the Dragon and Britannia at centre, reverse purple, William Shakespeare and the balcony scene from Romeo & Juliet,(EPM B318), uncirculated, a short issue and a rare consecutive pair (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, John Standish Fforde (1966-1970), £20 (2), ND (1984), serial number M01 020172/020173, purple and multicoloured, Elizabeth II at right, St. George and the Dragon at centre, Britannia at low left, reverse purple, William Shakespeare and the balcony scene from Romeo & Juliet,(EPM B319, Pick 380a), in PMG holders 64 Choice Uncirculated and a rare replacement pair (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), 10 shillings, ND (1934), serial number 56Z 919738, brown and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse brown, value at left and right,(EPM B236), good extremely fine and a scarce first seriesSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), 10 shillings (6), ND (1940), prefixes A08D, H69D (two consecutive), D45D, J33D and M80D, mauve and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse mauve, value at left and right,(EPM B251), in PMG holders 58 EPQ choice about unc, H69D both graded 58 choice uncirculated, 55 about uncirculated, 65 EPQ gem uncirculated, 64 EPQ choice uncirculated, becoming difficult to find in such good grade (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), Error 10 shillings, ND (1940), serial number C20D 457976, mauve, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse mauve,(EPM B251, Pick 366), in PMG holder 30 Very Fine with a large flap of extra paper low left, very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), specimen £1, ND (1948), serial number R00 000000, green and pale blue, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse green, St. George and the Dragon at left and right,(EPM B260s, Pick 369as), red SPECIMEN overprint, in PMG holder 58 Choice About Uncirculated, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £1 replacement series, ND (1948), serial number S03S 686975, green and pale blue, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse green, St. George and the Dragon at left and right,(EPM B261, Pick 363c), in PMG holder 64 Choice Uncirculated, a scarce replacement issue and this type elusive in good condition, quite rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), specimen 10 shillings, ND (1948), serial number R00 000000, brown, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse brown, value at left and right,(EPM B262s, Pick 368as), perforated, black SPECIMEN overprint, in PMG holder 64 Choice Uncirculated, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), 10 shillings, ND (1948), serial number 73L 253140, brown and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse brown, value at left and right,(EPM B262), in PMG holder 63 choice uncirculated, a scarce first seriesSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £5, London 15 June 1938, serial number B/236 00010, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B241, Pick 335a), in PMG holder 53 About Uncirculated and scarce in this gradeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £5, London 22 January 1944, serial number D/179 62513, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B241, Pick 335a), in PMG holder 40 EPQ Extremely Fine; the Wartime issues underrated, quite scarce and a lovely exampleSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £10, Liverpool 10 August 1935, serial number 157/V 21258, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Ten Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B242e, Pick 336b), in PMG holder 55 About Uncirculated, Annotation Lightened; a scarce and attractive Liverpool branch issueSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), an Operation Bernhard 'Sachsenhausen' forgery of a £10, London 17 January 1935, serial number K/177 68473, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Ten Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(Pick 336B), slight splitting and pinholes, in PMG holder 45 Choice Extremely FineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £20, Liverpool 30 June 1934, serial number 54/W 27712, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Twenty Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B243e, Pick 337b), in PMG holder 45 Choice Extremely Fine and rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £50, London 20 May 1936, serial number 57/N 30744, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Fifty Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B244, Pick 338a), in PMG holder 58 Choice About Unc., rare in this grade, a lovely noteSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £50, Leeds 29 April 1936, serial number 82/X 21710, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Fifty Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B244d, Pick 338d), in PMG holder 50 About Uncirculated, a scarce and attractive Leeds branch issueSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £50, Manchester 31 January 1938, serial number 94/X 41375, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Fifty Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B244f, Pick 338b), in PMG holder 35 Choice Very Fine and rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt (1934-1949), £100, Liverpool 29 September 1936, serial number 96/Y 23498, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of One Hundred Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B245e, Pick 339b), in PMG holder 55 EPQ About Uncirculated. Rare in this excellent gradeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Leslie Kenneth O'Brien (1955-1962), specimen 10 shillings, ND (1955), serial number A00A 000000, brown, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse brown, value at left and right,(EPM B271s, Pick 368cs), black SPECIMEN overprint, in PMG holder 64 About Uncirculated, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Leslie Kenneth O'Brien (1955-1962), 10 shillings (3), ND (1955), serial numbers W70Y 886605/606/607, brown, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse brown, value at left and right,(EPM B271, Pick 368c), all in PMG holders 58 EPQ Choice About Uncirculated, the 886606 with blank reverse. A very rare error: all errors on the Britannia series are rare and this is a striking and unusual example, especially as part of a consecutive trio of notes (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Leslie Kenneth O'Brien (1955-1962), specimen £5, London 17 January 1955, serial number Y71 000000, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B275s, Pick 345s), red 'SPECIMEN' overprint, in PMG holder 53 About Uncirculated. RareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Leslie Kenneth O'Brien (1955-1962), £5, London 30 April 1956, serial number C75A 089206, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B276, Pick 345), in PMG holder 40 EPQ Extremely FineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Leslie Kenneth O'Brien (1955-1962), specimen £1, ND (1960), serial number A00 000000, green, Elizabeth II in oval frame at left, reverse green, Britannia right centre,(EPM B282s, Pick 374cs), red SPECIMEN overprint, in PMG holder 63 Choice Uncirculated, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Matthew Marshall (1835-1864), £10, London 8 November 1858, serial number Y/F 12587, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to bearer on demand the sum of Ten Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B203e, Pick 242c), in PMG holder 35 Choice Very Fine, any high-denomination note of this era extremely rare and the grade of this example excellent for the periodSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Merlyn Vivienne Lowther (1999-2003), £5, £10, £20, £50, 1994-2002, serial numbers HA01 000196, AA01 000196 (2), JO1 000196, £5 green, £10 orange, £20 mauve and £50 red, all with Elizabeth II at right and reverse featuring Elizabeth Fry, Charles Darwin, Sir Edward Elgar and Sir John Houblon respectively,(EPM B385, B386, B388, B393), uncirculated, including an envelope with following text to front: 'Charity Auction on Friday 24th January 2003 at the Bank of England Museum, Bartholomew Lane, London EC2R 8AH, Benefiting Charity:- The Commonwealth Education Fund' (5)Subject to 20%...

Ulster Bank Limited, specimen £100, 1 March 1973, serial number F000000, red on a multicolour underprint, landscape, bridge and Giants Causeway at bottom, reverse arms,(PMI UB81s, Pick 330as), in PMG holder 66 EPQ Gem UncirculatedSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

National Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, £100, 16 September 1959, serial number A 020515, purple and green, arms low right, David Alexander signature at right, value at right centre and at each corner(PMS NC5, Banknote Yearbook SC641), in PMG holder 35 EPQ choice very fine a pleasing example, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

National Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, £100, 16 September 1959, serial number A 013395, purple and green, arms low right, David Alexander signature at right, value at right centre and at each corner(PMS NC5, Banknote Yearbook SC641), in PMG holder 35 choice very fine, a pleasing example, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, Norman Fenwick Warren-Fisher (1919-1928), first issue, £1 (2), ND (30 September 1919), serial numbers M/3 304680, P/61 759853, green, brown, lilac and white, St. George and the Dragon at left, crowned head of George V in oval frame at right, value in central panel, reverse brown and white with view of the Houses of Parliament,(EPM T24, Pick 357, Banknote Yearbook TR17b), in PMG holders 45 EPQ and 55 (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, Norman Fenwick Warren-Fisher (1919-1928), error £1 (ND), 1919, serial number N73 467394, green and brown with George V at right and St. George slaying Dragon at left, reverse Houses of Parliament,(EPM T24), about very fine, an interesting and early 'error note' whereby George V, St. George and the central value text has been incorrectly printedSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, Norman Fenwick Warren-Fisher (1919-1928), first issue, 10 shillings, ND (30 September 1919), red serial number E/41 047401, dot, green, lilac and white, Britannia at left with Union shield and trident, crowned head of George V in oval frame at right, value in central panel, reverse green and white, value at centre,(EPM T25, Pick 357, Banknote Yearbook TR7a), in PMG holder 65 EPQ Gem Uncirculated, scarce in this exceptional gradeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The North of Scotland Bank Limited, £100, 1 March 1930, serial number A 0007/0074, brown and light green, Marischal College at top above bank title, three coats of arms in panel at left, value at upper left and right plus centre, Harvey Smith signature as General Manager, manuscript signature for Accountant, reverse brown and green, bank arms at centre,(PMS NS42, Banknote Yearbook SC718), in PMG holder 20 very fine, ink numeral top right, fine and rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Percival Spencer Beale (1949-1955), 10 shillings, ND (1950), serial number 94E 234765, brown and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse brown, value at left and right(EPM B262, 266), in PMG holder 64 EPQ choice uncirculated, a scarce first runSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Percival Spencer Beale (1949-1955), £1 (5), ND (1950), red prefixes H75B and H95B, K05J, L18J, green and pale blue, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse green, St. George and the Dragon at left and right, also a replacement £1 with red prefix S59S,(EPM B268, 269), H--B first series, S--S a replacement, uncirculated (5)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Percival Spencer Beale (1949-1955), Error £1, ND (1950), red serial number N44B 869498, green and pale blue, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia at left, value at right, reverse green, value at left and right,(EPM B268, Pick 369b), in PMG holder 45 Choice Extremely Fine and rare 'extra paper' error with flap of paper low-leftSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Percival Spencer Beale (1949-1955), £5, London 20 May 1950, serial number R56 008635, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B270, Pick 344), bankstamp at right. In PMG holder 64 Choice UncirculatedSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Percival Spencer Beale (1949-1955), £5 (2), London 20 January 1951, serial number T67 086653/086654, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B270), first note in PMG holder 66 EPQ gem uncirculated, second in PMG holder 64 choice uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Percival Spencer Beale (1949-1955), £5 (2), London 4 June 1951, serial number U82 088701/088702, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B270), first note in PMG holder 55 EPQ about uncirculated, second in PMG holder 58 EPQ choice about unc (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Percival Spencer Beale (1949-1955), £5 (2), London 4 June 1951, serial number U82 088703/088704, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B270), both notes in PMG holders 63 EPQ choice uncirculated, (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Percival Spencer Beale (1949-1955), £5 (2), London 4 June 1951, serial number U82 088707/088708, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B270), both in PMG holders 63 EPQ choice uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Percival Spencer Beale (1949-1955), £5 (2), London 4 June 1951, serial number U82 088709/088710, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B270), both in PMG holders 63 EPQ choice uncirculatedSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Percival Spencer Beale (1949-1955), £5 (2), London 4 June 1951, serial number U82 088711/088712, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B270), both in PMG holders 63 EPQ choice uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Percival Spencer Beale (1949-1955), £5 (2), London 4 June 1951, serial number U82 088713/088714, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B270), both in PMG holders 64 EPQ choice uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Percival Spencer Beale (1949-1955), £5 (2), London 4 June 1951, serial number U82 088715/088716, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B270), both in PMG holder 64 EPQ choice uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Percival Spencer Beale (1949-1955), £5 (2), London 4 June 1951, serial number U82 088717/088718, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B270), both in PMG holders 64 EPQ choice uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Percival Spencer Beale (1949-1955), £5 (2), London 4 June 1951, serial number U82 088719/088720, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B270), first note in PMG holder 64 EPQ choice uncirculated, second in PMG holder 65 EPQ gem uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Percival Spencer Beale (1949-1955), £5 (2), London 4 June 1951, serial number U82 088721/088722, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds' in text at centre, value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date and signature,(EPM B270), first note in PMG holder 65 EPQ gem uncirculated, second in PMG holder 64 choice uncirculated (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, Norman Fenwick Warren-Fisher (1919-1928), second issue, 10 shillings, ND (6 November 1922), red serial number K/24 271865, green, lilac and white, Britannia at left with Union shield and trident, crowned head of George V in oval frame at right, value in central panel, reverse green and white, value at centre,(EPM T30, Pick 358, Banknote Yearbook TR8), In PMG holder 58 Choice About Unc., scarce in this gradeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, Norman Fenwick Warren-Fisher (1919-1928), second issue, 10 shillings (3), ND (6 November 1922), red serial number N/7 589338/589339/558340, green, lilac and white, Britannia at left with Union shield and trident, crowned head of George V in oval frame at right, value in central panel, reverse green and white, value at centre,(EPM T30, Pick 358, Banknote Yearbook TR8), in PMG holders 65 EPQ, 64 EPQ and 65 EPQ. A lovely high-grade trio of consecutive notes, rare as such (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, Norman Fenwick Warren-Fisher (1919-1928), second issue, £1, ND (26 February 1923), serial number G1/19 693849, dot, green, brown, lilac and white, St. George and the Dragon at left, crowned head of George V in oval frame at right, value in central panel, reverse green and white, the Houses of Parliament at centre,(EPM T31, Pick 359a, Banknote Yearbook TR18b), in PMG holder 66 EPQ Gem Uncirculated, scarce in this top grade and as a point of interest there are numerous examples on 'Track & Price' but only one example higher than this note, at 67Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Pre...

Treasury Series, Norman Fenwick Warren-Fisher (1919-1928), second issue, £1, ND (26 February 1923), serial number F1/61 61477, green, brown, lilac and white, St. George and the Dragon at left, crowned head of George V in oval frame at right, value in central panel, reverse green and white, the Houses of Parliament at centre,(EPM T31, Pick 359a, Banknote Yearbook TR18b), in PMG holder 50 About UncirculatedSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, Norman Fenwick Warren-Fisher (1919-1928), second issue, £1, ND (26 February 1923), serial number Z1/49 978695, dot, green, brown, lilac and white, St. George and the Dragon at left, crowned head of George V in oval frame at right, value in central panel, reverse green and white, the Houses of Parliament at centre,(EPM T31, Pick 359a, Banknote Yearbook TR18c), in PMG holder 45 Choice Extremely fine and a scarcer 'control' noteSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), second issue 10 shillings, ND (21 January 1915), serial number B/76 67542, red and white, crowned head of George V top left, crowned arms top right, value in red panel at centre, value low left,(EPM T12.1, Pick 348, Banknote Yearbook TR2a), a De la Rue printing. In PMG holder 58 Choice About Unc. and scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), second issue 10 shillings, ND (21 January 1915), serial number F1/19 35022, red and white, crowned head of George V top left, crowned arms top right, value in red panel at centre, value low left,(EPM T12.2, Pick 348, Banknote Yearbook TR2b), in PMG holder 35 Choice Very FineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), second issue 10 shillings, ND (21 January 1915), serial number C2/32 26958, red and white, crowned head of George V top left, crowned arms top right, value in red panel at centre, value low left,(EPM T12.3, Pick 348, Banknote Yearbook TR2c), in PMG holder 66 EPQ Gem Uncirculated and a scarcer variety for series, rare in this grade. This is also the EPM plate noteSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), second issue £1, ND (23 October 1914), serial number A/1 000013, black and white, crowned head of George V top left, crowned arms top right, value in black panel at centre, value low left,(EPM T11.1, Pick 349, Banknote Yearbook TR14a), in PMG holder 53 About Uncirculated, Rust; a very low serial number, unusual and extremely rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), second issue £1, ND (23 October 1914), serial number F/48 84961, black and white, crowned head of George V top left, crowned arms top right, value in black panel at centre, value low left,(EPM T11.1, Pick 349, Banknote Yearbook TR14a), in PMG holder 64 Choice Uncirculated, scarce in this gradeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), second issue £1, ND (23 October 1914), serial number K1/33 37465, black and white, crowned head of George V top left, crowned arms top right, value in black panel at centre, value low left,(EPM T11.2, Pick 349, Banknote Yearbook TR14b), in PMG holder 65 EPQ Gem Uncirculated, rare in this gradeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, Norman Fenwick Warren-Fisher (1919-1928), third issue, 10 shillings, 'NORTHERN IRELAND' type, ND (25 July 1927), red serial number U/98 676797, green, lilac and white, Britannia at left with Union shield and trident, crowned head of George V in oval frame at right, value in central panel, reverse green and white, value at centre,(EPM T33, Pick 360, Banknote Yearbook TR9), in PMG holder 58 EPQ Choice About Unc., especially scarce in this gradeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, Norman Fenwick Warren-Fisher (1919-1928), third issue, £1, 'NORTHERN IRELAND' type, ND (25 July 1927), serial number X1/28 721516, green, brown, lilac and white, St. George and the Dragon at left, crowned head of George V in oval frame at right, value in central panel, reverse green and white, the Houses of Parliament at centre,(EPM T34, Pick 361a, Banknote Yearbook TR19a), first prefix for series. In PMG holder 58 EPQ Choice About Unc., scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, Norman Fenwick Warren-Fisher (1919-1928), third issue, £1, 'NORTHERN IRELAND' type, ND (25 July 1927), serial number X1/31 663300, dot, green, brown, lilac and white, St. George and the Dragon at left, crowned head of George V in oval frame at right, value in central panel, reverse green and white, the Houses of Parliament at centre,(EPM T35, Pick 361b, Banknote Yearbook TR19d), square dot low left, in PMG holder 65 EPQ gem uncirculated, fresh and original and a lovely example, scarce and the X1 last of seriesSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please...

Treasury Series, Norman Fenwick Warren-Fisher (1919-1928), third issue, £1, 'NORTHERN IRELAND' type, ND (25 July 1927), serial number X1/8 339641, green, brown, lilac and white, St. George and the Dragon at left, crowned head of George V in oval frame at right, value in central panel, reverse green and white, the Houses of Parliament at centre,(EPM T34, Pick 361a, Banknote Yearbook TR19a), first prefix for series. In PMG holder 58 Choice About Unc., scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), third issue, 10 shillings, ND (22 October 1918), serial number A/1 000001, dash, green, lilac and white, Britannia at left with Union shield and trident, crowned head of George V in oval frame at right, value in central panel, reverse value in green central guilloche,(EPM T18, Pick 350a, Banknote Yearbook TR5b), in PMG holder 25 Very Fine, Rust, Splits. A number 1 note and as such a great raritySubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), third issue, 10 shillings, ND (22 October 1918), serial number A/1 271664, dash, green, lilac and white, Britannia at left with Union shield and trident, crowned head of George V in oval frame at right, value in central panel, reverse value in green central guilloche,(EPM T18, Pick 350a, Banknote Yearbook TR5b), in PMG holder 40 Extremely Fine, an attractive exampleSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), third issue, 10 shillings, ND (22 October 1918), red serial number B/100 631849, dot, green, lilac and white, Britannia at left with Union shield and trident, crowned head of George V in oval frame at right, value in central panel, reverse value in green central guilloche,(EPM T19, Pick 350b, Banknote Yearbook TR6a), in PMG holder 65 EPQ Gem Uncirculated. A rare note in this grade and - unusually - a three-digit prefix, viz. B/100Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), third issue, a partially-printed £1, ND (22 January 1917), no serial numbers, green and white, only text printed, black CANCELLED handstamp low left and top right, reverse blank,(EPM T16 for type, Pick 351 for type, Banknote Yearbook TR16 for type), in PMG holder 50 About Uncirculated. Very rare and unusualSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), third issue, £1, ND (22 January 1917), serial number D/11 156758, green, brown, lilac and white, St. George and the Dragon at left, crowned head of George V in oval frame at right, value in central panel, reverse brown and white, the Houses of Parliament,(EPM T16, Pick 351, Banknote Yearbook TR16a), in PMG holder 63 EPQ Choice Uncirculated and quite rare in this grade. There is one example listed as 64 on 'Track & Price'; most notes are 40 or belowSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), third issue, £1, ND (22 January 1917), serial number G/40 098517, green, brown, lilac and white, St. George and the Dragon at left, crowned head of George V in oval frame at right, value in central panel, reverse brown and white with view of the Houses of Parliament,(EPM T16, Pick 351, Banknote Yearbook TR16a), in PMG holder 55 EPQ About Uncirculated, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Bank of England, Thomas Rippon (1829-1835), £5, London 28 November 1835, serial number 38974, black and white, ornate crowned vignette of Britannia top left, 'I promise to pay to Thos. Rippon or Bearer on demand the sum of Five Pounds', value in black tablet low left, printed serial number, date, manuscript signature low right of J. Donald,(EPM B202a, Pick 210), in PMG holder 40 Extremely Fine and a lovely example of a very rare type; all Rippon notes are very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), a large-format trial/proof £1, ND (ca. 1917/1918), green serial number W/87 000000, green, brown, lilac and white, St. George and the Dragon at left, crowned head of George V in oval frame at right, value in central panel, text in italics, reverse green and brown, the Houses of Parliament at centre,(EPM TE3b), uncirculated and extremely rare, a most handsome B. Mackennal design in larger format than the issued seriesSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, Norman Fenwick Warren-Fisher (1919-1928), fractional 5 shillings, ND (28 November 1919), serial number B/12 355971, green, lilac and white, crowned head of George V in oval frame at right, value at left and right, reverse green and white, value at centre,(EPM T27, Pick 355), in PMG holder 35 Choice Very Fine and extremely rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, Norman Fenwick Warren-Fisher (1919-1928), fractional 1 shilling, ND (28 November 1919), serial number A/9 81000, brown, green and white, crowned head of George V in oval frame at centre, value at left and right, brown and green border at margins, reverse brown and white, 1/- coin at centre,(EPM T29, Pick 353), in PMG holder 25 Very Fine and extremely rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), first issue proof 10 shillings, ND (7 August 1914), no serial numbers, blue and white, head of George V in vertical panel at left; G above, R below, value in blue panel at centre, 10/- symbol at right,(EPM T9 for type, Pick 346 for type, Banknote Yearbook TR1a for type), in PMG holder 55 EPQ About Uncirculated. Extremely rare and unusualSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Treasury Series, John Bradbury (1914-1919), first issue proof 10 shillings, ND (7 August 1914), no serial numbers, black and white, head of George V in vertical panel at left; G above, R below, value in black panel at centre, 10/- symbol at right,(EPM T9 for type, Pick 346 for type, Banknote Yearbook TR1a for type), in PMG holder 63 EPQ Choice Uncirculated. Extremely rare and unusualSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.