A Forum for Discussion on B Series notes
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wants €500 for it
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Is WB's original signature on the back of this note?
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Sellers on ebay fruquently offer Irish notes at prices well above their collector value.
This is an extreme example!
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I was more curious about a series B £20 note that just recently sold for about $1100 on eBay - I get that the grade was high at 67, but beyond that did not see anything unique about serial or date ? Any insights - seems like $200-300 would have been a more reasonable price
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Hi Jenny 007
No Series B 20 is worth that kind of money. $200 max for a 67, they are not rare. Even a replacement low number is worth like only $700 in UNC.
Do you have a link to that ebay sale?
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I bought a specimen version of this note, finest known, for well over that amount...
To me, specimens are like unobtainium, so well worth the money.
The note you've posted is way over priced, however
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I also saw this and thought it was crazy price with the 180 pen mark on the top, i only just found in an old house clear out. If he does sell he can sell mine and keep half