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Ploughman Scan Survey (PSS) progress

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Re: Ploughman Scan Survey (PSS) progress

Post#41 » Sat Aug 05, 2017 1:18 pm

August 2017: Total for August = £7.
£1 x 7 = £7 Face value.

05.08.17: BA x 5, NA x 1 = £6 fv
25.08.17: UA x 1 —a desperately low grade note being offered a s a 'fine' on ebay!



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Post#42 » Wed Sep 06, 2017 7:12 pm

September 2017: Total for September:
£1 x 11, £5 x 1 = £16 Face value.

06.09.17: £1 x 6, £5 x 1.
The £1 notes are notes from the last Whytes auction that I did not get the numbers of at the time.
10.09.17: £1 x 1
12,09.17: £1 x 3
23.09.17: £1 x 1



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Post#43 » Thu Oct 05, 2017 2:41 pm

October 2017: Total for October:
£1 x 26, £5 x 7 = £61 Face value.

05.10.17: £1 x 1. A scan in an old email from 2012 :)

23.10.17: Total: £1 x 25, £5 x 7 = £60 fv recorded at the Dublin October Fair, not a bad little haul.



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Post#44 » Thu Nov 02, 2017 9:06 pm

November 2017: Total for November:
£1 x 7; £5 x 2 = £17 Face value.

02.11.17: £1 x 3. All off auction sites.
27.11.17: £1 x 3; £5 x 2.
29.11.17: £1 x 1



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Post#45 » Sun Dec 03, 2017 8:01 pm

December 2017: Total for December:
£1 x 7 = £7 Face value.

03.12.17: £1 x 2. Both off auction sites.
08.12.17: £1 x 1.
22.12.17: £1 x 1.
29.12.17: £1 x 1.
30.12.17: £1 x 2.
New Ploughman notes have been light on the ground this December.



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Re: Ploughman Scan Survey (PSS) progress

Post#46 » Sun Jan 07, 2018 8:25 pm

January 2018: Total for January:
£1 x 4; £5 x 5 = £29 Face value.

07.01.18: £1 x 4; £5 x 5.
All from the Whyte's auction coming up in February. Some of the notes have previously been recorded, but most are new to PSS.



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Post#47 » Wed Feb 28, 2018 10:58 pm

February 2018: Total for February:
£1 x 10; £5 x 1; £10 x 1 = £25 Face value.

Most of these are from the DNW auction in April next.



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Post#48 » Fri Mar 02, 2018 6:59 pm

March 2018: Total for March:
£1 x 9, £5 x 2 = £19 Face value.

02.03.18: £1 x 2 = £2
06.03.18: £1 x 3, £5 x 2 = £13
27.03.18: £1 x 4 = £4



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Re: Ploughman Scan Survey (PSS) progress

Post#49 » Tue Mar 27, 2018 11:02 am

Unrecorded Ploughman notes have been a bit thin on the ground lately, though the market is awash with notes on offer!



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Post#50 » Sat Mar 31, 2018 10:56 pm

The amount of Ploughman notes turning up seems to have dropped off a lot compared to previous years. Even not much new in auctions. Could the bottom of the barrel be in sight?



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Post#51 » Tue Apr 10, 2018 10:59 pm

April 2018: Total for April:
£1 x 5, £5 x 4 = £30 Face value.

11.04.18: £1 x 5, £5 x 4 = £25 All recorded at the April show in Dublin.

19.04.18: £5 x 1 = £5



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Post#52 » Sun May 06, 2018 1:57 pm

May 2018: Total for May: £1 x 8, £5 x 2, £10 x 2 = £38 Face value.

06.05.18 - Today is the 89th anniversary of the first issue of the Ploughman notes!
£1 x 4, £5 x 1 = £9 Face value.

10.05.18: £1 x 1 = £1 Face value.
14.05.18: £5 x 1 = £5 Face value.
18.05.18: £10 x 1; £1 x 1 = £11 Face value.
29.05.18: £10 x 1; £1 x 2 = £12 Face value.



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Re: Ploughman Scan Survey (PSS) progress

Post#53 » Fri Jun 08, 2018 9:29 am

June 2018: Total for June: £1 x 1, £5 x 1, £10 x 1 = £16 Face value.

08.06.18
£1 x 1 = £1 Face value.
EDIT: 22.08.18
£10 x 1 = £10 Face value.
EDIT: 23.08.18
£5 x 1 = £5 Face value.



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Re: Ploughman Scan Survey (PSS) progress

Post#54 » Mon Jun 18, 2018 12:47 am

June ain't lookin too good! Just one pound.



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Re: Ploughman Scan Survey (PSS) progress

Post#55 » Mon Jun 18, 2018 9:40 pm

ThePloughman wrote:Just one pound.
Yes, it is a bit sparse this month. Still, haven't yet had a month with no new notes to report! Always look on the bright side.



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Re: Ploughman Scan Survey (PSS) progress

Post#56 » Tue Jun 19, 2018 6:18 pm

Has the relative rarity of notes changed much since the Survey began?



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Re: Ploughman Scan Survey (PSS) progress

Post#57 » Fri Jun 22, 2018 8:03 am

@ThePloughman
Just added a ten pound note, seen on ebay! Makes it a bit more respectible total for the month.

@DOC
Generally the relative rarity has remained the same across the banks, except for the Hibernian Bank, all denominations have been seen to be less rare than previously estimated.

This is especially the case for the £5 note, which has gone from being a quite scarce note (much scarcer than Provincial) to being much more common than the Provincial. This is largely due to the hoard of Hibernian fivers which turned up in the Heritage auction a while back. Hibernian £10 notes have also become more common relative to those of other banks.

It makes it easier for collectors to find Hibernian notes in decent grade!



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Re: Ploughman Scan Survey (PSS) progress

Post#58 » Thu Jul 05, 2018 5:32 pm

July 2018: Total for July: £1 x 4 = £4 Face value.

05.06.18: £1 x 4 = £4 Face value. All F-VF grade notes.



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