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Ploughman Specimen Note valuations: £1; £5; £10; £20; £50; £50 notes

Current market valuations for Ploughman Banknotes:
£1 notes; £5 notes; £10 notes.
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Ploughman Specimen Note valuations: £1; £5; £10; £20; £50; £50 notes

Post#1 » Wed Jul 12, 2017 2:26 pm

Consolidated (Ploughman) Specimen Note Valuations.

Updated: July 2017

Valuations for Ploughman Specimens tend to vary as they turn up in auction from time to time. The following values are an approximate guide only.

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The Consolidated Banknotes Ploughman Section of irishpapermoney.com has pictures of all known types of Ploughman specimens, which fall into three main categories: De La Rue specimens, Currency Commission official specimens, and unmarked colour trials.

Illustrations are of the De La Rue Specimens, which are by far the most commonly offered variety.



£20 Twenty Pounds Ploughman valuations
One Type 1929
Specimens with Bank of Ireland title. J. A. Gargan
Poor	VG	Fine	VF	EF	UNC
1000 1300 1500 2000 3000 4000

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Ploughman £20


£50 Fifty Pounds Ploughman valuations
One Type 1929
Specimens with Bank of Ireland title. J. A. Gargan
Poor	VG	Fine	VF	EF	UNC
1000 1300 1500 2000 3000 4500

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Ploughman £50


£100 One Hundred Pounds Ploughman valuations
One Type 1929
Specimens with Bank of Ireland title. J. A. Gargan
Poor	VG	Fine	VF	EF	UNC
1000 1300 1500 2000 3000 4500

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Ploughman £100



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