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When requesting a valuation, best to post a picture of the note, or at the very least describe it clearly and in detail. It is not really feasible to answer general questions such as "I've got a 1965 £20 note, wheat is it worth?"
Thanks very much for that.Nice to know.Can I ask you ,if a note is sealed in plastic does it affect any potential value?Also,I have quite a lot of notes ,British,Irish etc plus a lot of coins which I have never had valued.I would appreciate your advice.Thank you.
Don't know about sealed plastic, depends on the plastic, I guess. I'd need to see it.
For a valuation on the Irish notes, best to post a list of them, giving date plus serial number of each one. I should be able to give you a reasonable estimate. For notes of significant value you could post a picture for a more accurate estimate.
I could also give a ballpark valuation on the english notes. Don't know anything about coins, I'm afraid.
Yes. Mostly worth about double face value. English notes have much higher printage, so only valuable if they are older, and in new Uncirculated condition. I"m away at the moment, will check the others when I get back to my computer on Monday.
I have a 1989 20 pound note, pretty good condition, with lots and folds and creases, but crisp/firm paper, and a medium amount of grubbiness on the back. Also, small amount of writing on watermark and small folding hole on the middle. Any idea of value?
Thank you for the valuation. I also have a 10 pound note, dated 1987, between XF and UNC condition, a 50 pound note, dated 1991, in VG-F condition, and a 1989 one pound note, UNC. Any thoughts on the value?