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Post by Mac » 01 Nov 2017 23:15

Common dates in low grade would have a premium provided that they are more or less intact and in collectible condition.

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Post by benny44 » 06 Nov 2017 16:26

Hi I have a 15/10/57 Lady Lavery £10 banknote and was just wondering if it has any value. It has no rips/tears, no visible markings but has been previously folded. I can post serial number if need be as well

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Post by Mac » 08 Nov 2017 23:01

Series B notes wrote:I got this 10 pound for 33 euros recently. What could the resale value be?
Probably what you paid for it. Pic is a bit blurry.

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Post by Rourkey7 » 10 Nov 2017 02:20

Hi,

I have 3 Books/folder's of old banknotes from around the world & some from Ireland too. Is there anywhere In Ireland I could bring them to get a valuation on the whole lot would you know?

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Post by Mac » 10 Nov 2017 13:26

Hi,

The best place to bring them in Ireland would be to the next Coin and Banknote fair in RDS Dublin, in February. There will be a good range of dealers there, so you will be able to get a range of valuations on your notes there.

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Post by Rourkey7 » 10 Nov 2017 20:36

Hi Again,

Thanks a mill.... thats great ;)

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Post by Series B notes » 10 Nov 2017 23:00

What would you say the maximum resale value for this 100 pound is?
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Post by Series B notes » 11 Nov 2017 12:37

Also, what would you say this set is worth? I want to buy one.
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Post by Mac » 11 Nov 2017 22:10

That £100 note (assuming that it has not been cleaned) would fetch something under 200 Euro, 180 or thereabouts.

I have no idea about the £1 collector set.

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Post by gaelicyoda » 12 Nov 2017 01:40

I think they normally go for somewhere around the €30-€35 mark... I have one myself and the artwork is quite appealing (I love Jim Fitzpatrick's stuff anyway, so a bit of a double whammy for me! :))

It's adapted from this piece of his I believe:
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Post by ThePloughman » 12 Nov 2017 22:29

I have one too. They are quite pretty. I paid around $25 for it in a small numismatic auction a few years ago.

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Post by Series B notes » 13 Nov 2017 01:12

Mac, when I make future valuation requests, can you please quote the price in Sterling? I am based in Canada, and it is MUCH easier to convert Sterling into Canadian dollars off the top of my head because the euro is so volatile nowadays. Sorry about this. I am just so sick of plugging numbers into a currency converter after valuations.

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Post by Mac » 13 Nov 2017 16:19

Series B notes wrote:Mac, when I make future valuation requests, can you please quote the price in Sterling?
Nope. The currency of the forum is that of Ireland, currently the Euro. Most people asking will be from Ireland, and most old Irish notes turn up in Ireland. Besides, it has never been easier to obtian an accurate up to date exchange rate on the, uh, internet.

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Post by gaelicyoda » 13 Nov 2017 20:00

ThePloughman wrote:I have one too. They are quite pretty. I paid around $25 for it in a small numismatic auction a few years ago.
Nicely done, you did alright there ...

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Post by Series B notes » 30 Nov 2017 00:38

This 10 pound note is listed on eBay for 47 euros. How much should I expect to pay for it? NOTE: Pics were too large, so I had to crop, couldn't resize. Hope you can see them okay.

EDIT: pic below.

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Post by Mac » 30 Nov 2017 16:44

There is a reason for the limit on picture sizes in posts, so the forum database doesn't get clogged with heavy images—chopping them up doesn't fool the moddies!
There are free image editors available on the web, GIMP for example. Use it to modify the image down to around 50k for a speedy load time :)

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Post by Series B notes » 03 Dec 2017 14:42

This 5 pound note is listed on eBay for 18 euros. Does that sound like a fair price to pay for it?
Also, here is a proper picture of the 10 pound note.
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Post by ThePloughman » 03 Dec 2017 20:58

18 Euros is about $22. that sounds ok if it has no creases (looks ok in the pic) watch out for the postage costs if it is coming from Europe.

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Post by Series B notes » 13 Dec 2017 14:34

How much would you value the 1st error note at? I want to buy it, and seller says he can do 250€.

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Post by The Governor » 13 Dec 2017 18:32

@Series B notes
Generally, Irish error notes sell for 200-300 Euro, depending on the nature of the error.
It is a specialised collector niche.
The note you refer to, pictured below, would fall into this category. It is up to you to decide what it is worth to you.

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