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Author Topic: Rare 19th C Welsh printed bank notes of £9, £8, £7 and £6 are being autioned  (Read 1191 times)
Mercury Wells
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« on: September 21, 2017, 06:04:51 pm »

Rare 19th century Welsh printed bank notes of £9, £8, £7 and £6 are being auctioned.

Only the Carmarthen Bank, which opened in 1798, issued the notes.

A unique set of banknotes issued in Wales during the early 19th century will be auctioned in London next week.

The unusual notes were were issued by the Carmarthen Bank which was the only one in the UK to produce £6, £7, £9, £8, and £6 notes in an era when local banks were free to choose what denominations they printed. (c) WalesOnline 2017.

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Drew P
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« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2017, 01:42:41 pm »

I want to open a bank and print money, too!

Especially, if I can have Davey Jones and Jonathan Waters as my partners! Wink

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