Ulster Bank Notes Pre-1929

Banknote issues preceding the Irish Government issues. Joint Stock Banks. Private Banks.
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There are a few contemporary forgeries of these early Ulster £1 notes in private hands. They seem to be the only examples of the design available to collectors.
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Proof notes also provide collectors with examples of the single branch designs although these notes are also very scarce. Here is an example of a 30 Shillings issued note, from the Downpatrick Branch, which appeared on the net some time ago. The note most likely resides in the Bank’s archives or in a museum.
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A nice example of an early note there.
I suppose it is possible that there are a few examples of notes of this era in private collections that we may see at some stage.

Other cancelled early notes are known in private hands - a few cancelled Bank of Ireland notes (£5, £20) from 1915-1921 turned up in Whyte's a few years ago.
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Here is an example of an Ulster Banking Company single branch, 35 Shillings note. This proof note for the Ballymoney Branch dates from the period 1836-1845.
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