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Rare Banknotes Offered by Archives International Auctions

19 Jul 2019  Fri

Archives International Auctions is going to offer several interesting and rare banknotes on 24th July through a live gallery, live internet and absentee three-session auction at AIA Gallery, 1060 Main Street, River Edge, New Jersey. A rare $50 specimen banknote issued by Reserve Bank of Australia in 1973, graded PCGS Gold Shield Choice AU 58 will be offered at an estimated price of $3,000 to $6,000). An extremely rare DuraNote polymer paper essay printing of a £10 banknote produced by Bank of England between 1993 and 1994, featuring a portrait of the Queen and Charles Dickens will be offered at a pre-sale estimate of $2,000 to $4,000.

A beautiful $1 specimen banknote issued by Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking Corp. on 1st July 1913 will be offered for a price range between $2,500 and $3,500. It’s probably one of the top three notes known of this variety in uncirculated condition. A 20 dinars specimen “Emergency Issue” banknote issued by the Central Bank of Jordan in 1991, from a 1977 series will be offered for an estimated price ranging from $2,500 to $3,750.

A proposed yet rejected essay trial colour specimen banknote created for Laos in 1948, in choice uncirculated condition will be auctioned for a pre-sale value of $700 to $1,200. A rare 5 Pesos banknote issued by Banco Nacional Mexicano, graded PMG Gem Uncirculated is expected to fetch $450- to $750. The obverse proof was produced on India paper, on card stock trimmed to banknote size.

A very rare 5 Riyals specimen banknote issued by the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency in 1961 has a high pre-sale estimate of $3,500 to $7,000. A 1000 Francs specimen banknote issued by Banque Nationale Suisse between 1954 and 74 with serial #3C0000, graded PCGS Choice New 63, will be offered for a price range between $900 and $1,800. The first issue ND banknote bearing a denomination of 10 Riyals issued by Qatar Monetary Agency in 1973 P-3a, with serial #120617, graded PMG Gem Uncirculated 66, is expected to sell for $700 to $1,000. A $1 Federal Reserve Error Note from 1985 series, with serial numbers and seals overprinted on the reverse, graded AU to Uncirculated will be offered for an estimated value of $250 to $450.

Several other fascinating banknotes are going to be offered during the auction that will be conducted over three sessions.

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