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Current market valuations for Ploughman Banknotes:
£1 notes; £5 notes; £10 notes.
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Post by Mac » 13 Feb 2016 22:18

Comments on the Ploughman Valuations section are welcome here..

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Post by DOC » 23 Jan 2018 21:00

The valuations provided for the Ploughman notes seem reasonable to me. Valuations for some of the rare types such as the Northern Knox £1 and Provincial Kennedy £10 might even be conservative.

A significant number of the more common Ploughman notes have appeared at auction over past 5 years and this has tended to depress prices. However, there is good value to be had now so it may be time to take advantage of the current prices :)

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Post by greenwood » 14 Aug 2018 16:35

The Bank of Ireland £10 Ploughman, being the rarest after the Northern Bank, seems to be undervalued

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Post by Mac » 14 Aug 2018 22:00

The Bank of Ireland £10 Ploughman is currently about as rare as the Ulster and Royal Bank £10 notes.

It is indeed undervalued imho.
However, because Bank of ireland is the most common bank by far, I think people have always assumed that its notes are alll relatively common.
A Royal or Ulster tenner will generally sell for a higher price than one from Bank of Ireland.

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