Stack’s Bowers ANA 2019: World Paper Money Auctions

2019-09-17 Tue

An unbelievable segment of notes from India was recently offered in the World Paper segment by Stack's Bowers Galleries. This included an array of interesting Persian Gulf Notes that were sold for $26,400. This parcel matched well with the 100 Rupees note that was sold for $60,000. An uncirculated 2 Rupees 9 Annas was additionally prominent, selling for $24,000.

The 100 Rupees note was an ND (1959). P-R6. Haj Pilgrim Issue. Every piece in the collection complimented each other magnificently as there were not many contrasts among them in this Haj Pilgrim Issue. The note features lively red shading with orange and yellow tones all through. It is one of just two confirmed in Extremely Fine condition by PMG, with the other 9 examples in lower grades. Prefix HA with HAJ curved on each side of the angled Reserve Bank of India cornice on the note. Issuing office of Bombay noted on the base. H.V.R. IYENGAR signature at the Governor's board. This bewildering example is one of few fortunes of Indian Banknotes, however, World Banknotes that break even the loftiest of accumulations.

Stack's Bowers Galleries will exhibit their next collection of antiquated and world coinage and world banknotes in their October 2019 Collectors Choice Online (CCO) sell-off.

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