12th Jun, 2024 10:00

Coins & Banknotes | Feat. Gold Sets & Medallions

  Lot 35


serial 480691

Introduced in 1914 at the commencement of the First World War, the government needed to protect its stock of bullion so a cease was placed on the Bank of England paying out gold for banknotes. The Treasury then printed ten shilling and one pound notes which soon became known as 'Bradbury Notes'.

Sold for £130
Estimated at £100 - £150

Condition Report

With many pinholes, folds and nicks to the edges. Please see additional image.

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