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Valuations for the rarest Irish notes

Posted: Sun Mar 01, 2015 2:11 pm
by Mac
A thread for valuation of scarcer Irish banknotes

We"ll start with the rare notes and fill things in gradually.
All valuations are based on sales and auction results.

To be added:
Legal Tender Notes:
A Series
B Series
C Series

Replacement Notes

Error Notes

Old Notes - pre-1929

Re: Valuations for the rarest Irish notes

Posted: Sun Mar 01, 2015 2:11 pm
by Mac
Ploughman note valuations
The following are the four rarest signatures of the Ploughman notes, each with only a few examples recorded in the Ploughman Scan Survey.
Valuations are given in Euro, and are based on auction sales results data.

THE NORTHERN BANK LIMITED
Type 1E. S. W. Knox 1929
£1 - Value €3,500 in Fine, €5,000 in VF.
£5 - Value €5,000 in Fine, €7,000 in VF.
£10 - This is the only date for the Northern Ten Pound note, and thus the rarest note by bank. This attracts a considerable premium in value. It is thus the most valuable note by far: €18,000 in Fine grade.

THE PROVINCIAL BANK OF IRELAND LIMITED
Type 3P. G. A. Kennedy 1939
£10 - Value: €6,000 in VF grade.

More Ploughman notes will be added.

Re: Valuations for the rarest Irish notes

Posted: Thu May 14, 2015 10:25 pm
by Mac
General approximate Ploughman note values for the most common bank (National, Munster & Leinster, Provincial, Bank of Ireland) in a given grade:
£1: Fine (250); VF (350); EF (500); AU (800)
£5: Fine (450); VF (750); EF (1500); AU (2800)
£10: Fine (1000); VF (1600); EF (2800); AU (5000)

Re: Valuations for the rarest Irish notes

Posted: Mon Feb 15, 2016 3:05 pm
by Mac
I recently added a section on Ploughman note values which covers all of the denominations and signature varieties.