Steady prices for old Irish banknotes at Whyte's Eclectic collector auction

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Re: Steady prices for old Irish banknotes at Whyte's Eclectic collector auction

Post by Mac » 16 Oct 2017 10:49

An AU grade £100 note from 1928 would be expected to fetch 12,000-15,000 in auction.

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Re: Steady prices for old Irish banknotes at Whyte's Eclectic collector auction

Post by gaelicyoda » 16 Oct 2017 23:04

I'd say you could probably count the number of these known to exist on one hand? (though maybe two :) )

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Re: Steady prices for old Irish banknotes at Whyte's Eclectic collector auction

Post by Mac » 17 Oct 2017 11:09

There are very few of them, £50 and £100 notes in that grade.
Curiously, no 1928 £20 notes have been seen in better than nive VF grade.

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