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THE DAVID KIRCH COLLECTION OF

ENGLISH PROVINCIAL BANKNOTES

PART II: EAST ANGLIA AND EAST MIDLANDS

14 DECEMBER 2012

LONDON


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THE DAVID KIRCH COLLECTION OF

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BEDFORDSHIRE 1001-1013

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE 1014-1029

CAMBRIDGESHIRE 1030-1057

DERBYSHIRE 1058-1098

ESSEX 1099-1166

HERTFORDSHIRE 1167-1203

HUNTINGDONSHIRE 1204-1212

LEICESTERSHIRE 1213-1245

ORDER OF SALE

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LINCOLNSHIRE 1246-1373

NORFOLK 1374-1486

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE 1487-1530

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE 1531-1597

OXFORDSHIRE 1598-1643

RUTLAND 1644-1645

SUFFOLK 1646-1722


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The disposal of the David Kirch collection is one of those landmark events that will

influence the collecting market for provincial banknotes for years to come. Viewing

these provincial notes indulges the collector with a joyful excess of cerebral

pleasures. There is just so much and over such a wide range. And so much that is

previously unknown. You could just conceivably ask for more but it would be very

selfish to do so.

Since their development over the past 300 years or so banks have always been

important. Recent events in the financial world have been a timely reminder that

banks still play an important role in our everyday lives. The bank failure is no longer

just a piece of Victorian mythology. These provincial banknotes take us back to days

when every town had at least one local bank that actually issued their own money.

And ‘quantitative easing’, in the form of issuing banknotes, could actually be done

by a local banker without reference to any central authority.

You do not need to be an expert to appreciate the appeal of an old banknote from

your own local town – wherever that might be. Provincial banknotes were never

produced as collector’s items but were real money for use by serious people for

significant financial transactions. They actually are the tangible history of the

financial and economic development of the towns and counties of the United

Kingdom.

The David Kirch collection is a wonderful and significant achievement. In the

manner of all great collections the time has now come for its dispersal amongst the

wider collector community. This is completely appropriate for all true collectors

recognise that they are only the lucky and temporary custodians of the items they

collect. The wide range of material available ensures that there will be opportunities

for both established and new collectors. And for some pieces the opportunity will

probably not be repeated.

Roger Outing

FOREWORD

Author: Standard Catalogue of the Provincial Banknotes of England & Wales

All notes being sold on behalf of the David Kirch Charitable Trust

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Commencing at 10.00 a.m.

All Sales are subject to the Terms and Conditions for Buyers printed at the back of this catalogue.

Estimates

The estimated selling price of each lot is printed below the lot description and does not include the Buyer’s Premium.

Bidders should bear in mind that estimates are prepared well in advance of the sale and are not definitive.

They are subject to revision.

BEDFORD

1001

Bedford Bank (Thomas Barnard & Co.), £5, 5 May

1913, serial number C2543, black and white, arms

within wreath top left, manuscript signature of T.

Barnard low right, reverse blue and white, bank title at

centre, also a note on card asking if the note ‘would

do’ (Outing 117f), red manuscript ‘Cancelled’ low

right, very fine and very rare

£500-600

1002

Bedford Bank (Thomas Barnard & Co.), £10, 12

November 1901, serial number A5586, black and

white, arms within wreath top left, manuscript

signature of T. Barnard low right, reverse blue and

white, bank title at centre (Outing 117g), several

handstamps, red manuscript ‘Cancelled’ low right,

almost very fine and very rare

£500-700

BEDFORDSHIRE

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LEIGHTON BUZZARD

1003

Leighton Buzzard Bank (Bassett, Grant, Exton,

Sharples & Bassett), proof ‘pay the bearer’ note on

card, black and white, maiden (Abundance) with

cornucopia top left (Outing 1176 ‘not seen’), good

very fine, very rare

£200-300

1004

Leighton Buzzard Bank (Bassett, Son & Harris),

£5, left half only, no date (cirac 1870), serial number

33925, black and white, value in blue at centre,

maiden (Abundance) with cornucopia top left, reverse

blue and white, value at centre, also a letter

indemnifying the holder from any problems arising

from the note and dated ‘13 October 1870’ (Outing

1176a for type), very fine

£50-100


1005

Leighton Buzzard Bank (Bassett, Son & Harris),

£5, 21 July 1880, serial number 60389, black and

white, value in blue at centre, maiden (Abundance)

with cornucopia top left, manuscript signature of

Frederick Bassett low right, reverse blue and white,

value at centre (Outing 1176b), red ink ‘Cancelled’

low right, an attractive good very fine

£200-300

1006

Leighton Buzzard Bank (Bassett, Son & Harris),

£5, 16 October 1894, serial number 72978, black and

white, value in blue at centre, maiden (Abundance)

with cornucopia top left, manuscript signature of

Frederick Bassett low right, reverse blue and white,

value at centre (Outing 1176b), red handstamp low

centre, ink CANCELLED low right, vignette excised

and the note attached to a letter indemnifying the holder

from any problems arising from the note and dated ‘10

June 1896’,

£100-120

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1007

Leighton Buzzard Bank (Bassett, Son & Harris),

unissued £10, 18- (1854-1893), serial number 21000,

black and white, value in blue at centre, maiden

(Abundance) with cornucopia top left, reverse blue

and white, value at centre (Outing 1176d for type),

perforated ‘& Co’ several times, very fine, rare

£200-300

1008

Leighton Buzzard Bank (Bassett, Son & Harris),

£10, 20 September 1884, serial number 20072, black

and white, value in blue at centre, maiden

(Abundance) with cornucopia top left, manuscript

signature of Theodore Harris low right, reverse blue

and white, value at centre (Outing 1176e), purple

‘CANCELLED’ handstamp twice across face of note,

various annotations, very fine, rare

£300-400


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1009

Leighton Buzzard Bank (Bassett, Son & Harris),

unissued £20, 18- (1854-1893), serial number 2000,

black and white, value in blue at centre, maiden

(Abundance) with cornucopia top left, reverse blue

and white, value at centre (Outing 1176, this

denomination not listed), perforated & Co several

times, good very fine, scarce

£350-450

LUTON

1010

Luton Bank (Hampson, Austin & Co.), £1, 15

January 1815, serial number 8741, black and white,

value in blue underprint at centre, partners initials in

circular frame at left, manuscript signature of

Hampson low right, reverse bank title in blue, revenue

seal at centre (Outing 1298a), handstamp top right,

good fine and rare

£400-600

1011

Luton Bank (Hampson, Austin & Co.), £1, 29

January 1821, serial number 2403, black and white,

partners initials in circular frame at left, manuscript

signature of Hampson low right (Outing 1298a),

various annotations, very good, rare

£150-250

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1012

Luton, Bedfordshire Bank (Wilson, Heard,

Gardiner & Co.), £1, 9 January 1809, serial number

423, black and white, crowned vignette of Britannia

top left, manuscript signature of Gardiner low right

(Outing 1297a), hole top right, margins untidy, very

good and rare

£200-250

1013

Luton, Bedfordshire Bank (Wilson, Heard,

Gardiner & Co.), £5, 7 January 1809, serial number

1037, black and white, crowned vignette of Britannia

top left, manuscript signature of Gardiner low right

(Outing 1297, denomination not listed), very good,

presentable and very rare

£350-450


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AYLESBURY

1014

Aylesbury (Old) Bank, an unissued or specimen £5,

18- (circa 1850), no serial number, black and white,

elephant vignette at top left, value at top and bottom

left, annotated ‘from 1 Jany 1850’ in signature area

(Outing 60B), light discolouration and damp damaged

left edge, otherwise about fine, rare

£250-350

1015

Aylesbury Old Bank, reverse proof on card, c.1851,

black and white (Outing 60 for bank), date annotation

at low right ‘Nov 15 1851’, mount marks on reverse, fine

£40-60

1016

Aylesbury Old Bank, specimen £5, 18- (circa 1867),

black, blue and white, elephant vignette at top left,

arms at top right, vale at bottom left, centre, and

centre right, guilloche design with frame on reverse

(Outing 60c), perforated CANCELLED, extremely

fine and most attractive, very rare

£400-600

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

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1017

Aylesbury, Uxbridge & Windsor Union Bank

(William Medley, Son & Co), £5, 13 August 1836,

serial number 6146, black, blue and white, arms at top

left, value at top right and bottom left, manuscript

signature at bottom right, hand altered at centre,

bankers arms in blue on reverse (Outing 63a), OLD

BANK MORETON IN MARSH stamped in black,

annotations, holes and tears, but good and rare

£300-400

1018

Vale of Aylesbury Bank (Robert Dell, James Neale,

Thomas Hedge & Thomas Grace), £10, -180-, no

serial number, black and white on watermarked paper,

bull vignette at top left, value at bottom left, (Outing

61a), some discolouration, tear at left, otherwise an

attractive fine, rare

£250-350

1019

Vale of Aylesbury Bank (Thomas Grace & John

Saunders Woodcock), £1, 6 November 1810, serial

number 3816, black and white, bull vignette at top

left, value at bottom left, manuscript signature of

J.S.Woodcock at bottom left (Outing 61b), some

discolouration, otherwise a presentable very good to fine,

scarce

£150-200


1020

Vale of Aylesbury Bank (Thomas Grace & John

Saunders Woodcock), £1, 26 December 1810, serial

number 6168, black and white, bull vignette at top

left, value at bottom left, manuscript signature of

Thomas Grace at bottom left (Outing 61b), hand

altered on reverse, some annotations and tears, good

£100-150

1021

Vale of Aylesbury Bank (Thomas Grace & John

Saunders Woodcock), £5, 21 September 1811, serial

number 4925, black and white, bull vignette at top

left, value at bottom left, manuscript signature of

J.S.Woodcock at bottom right (Outing 61c), small

annotations, an original and presentable fine, rare

£250-350

1022

Vale of Aylesbury Bank (Thomas Grace & John

Saunders Woodcock), £10, 13 October 1810, serial

number 704, black and white, bull vignette at top left,

value at bottom left, manuscript signature of

J.S.Woodcock (Outing 61d), pinholes, annotations on

reverse, very good to fine, rare

£300-400

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BUCKINGHAM

1023

Buckingham Old Bank (Box, Gray & Parrott), £1,

3 August 1815, serial number 13115, arms at left,

value at top right, bottom left, and centre in bue,

manuscript signature of Thomas Box at bottom right

(Outing 348b), annotations on reverse, small rust

marks and pin holes, otherwise very presentable and

almost fine, rare

£300-400

1024

Buckingham, proof of bill of exchange, 176-,

adressed to London, black and white, WG monogram

at top left, (Outing not listed), damage at right and

lower edge, evidence of mounting on reverse, light toning

otherwise good very fine

£60-80

No bankers recorded in Buckingham prior to 1785 so this

is probably a merchants bill.


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CHESHAM

1025

Chesham Bank (Thomas Butchers & Son),

unissued £5, 18-, serial number 4503, black and

white, vignette of oaktree at left, value at top right,

bottom left and centre, (Outing 513), crisp example,

extremely fine, rare

£300-400

HIGH WYCOMBE

1026

Wycombe & Marlow Bank (Sam Wilkins & Joseph

Burrough), £1, 7 September 1801, serial number

J316, black & white, partners initials in circular frame

top left, manuscript signature of J. Burrough lower

right (Outing 959a), very good, rare

£250-300

STONY STRATFORD

1027

Stony Stratford & Buckinghamshire Bank

(William Oliver, John Oliver, Henry Langhorne &

Richard Harrison), £1, c.1817 (date and serial

number illegable), value at bottom left and right

(Outing 2065a), poor

£80-120

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1028

Stony Stratford Bank (William Oliver, John Oliver

& John York), £1, 26 January 1822, serial number

384, black and white, arms at top left, value at top

right and bottom left, and in large text at centre,

manuscript signature of William Hiver at bottom

right, large arms on reverse in black and red (not seen

in Outing), good very fine, attractive and rare

£400-500

THAME

1029

The Bucks & Oxon Union Bank Limited, an uncut

proof sheet of five cheques, 18- (circa 1880), black

and white, bank name at left in filigree design, for

Thame (2) and Aylesbury (3) (Outing 350), some

discolouration and toning, otherwise very fine

£60-80


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1030

Cambridge (no trading name), unissued 5 guineas,

17- (circa 1790), black and white, wheat sheaf at top

left, value at low right (not listed in Outing), mounted

on blue paper, about extremely fine and rare

£300-400

1031

Cambridge and Cambridgeshire Bank (Richard

Foster, Ebenezer Foster & Richd Foster Junr), £1,

5 February 1821, serial number L4034, black and

white on watermarked paper, bankers initials in

tableau at top left, value at low left and in red

underprint at centre, manuscript signature at low right

(Outing 408c, but an earlier date than listed),

cancellation text in black ink at centre and over

signature, a fresh original good fine and a new date

£500-700

CAMBRIDGESHIRE

CAMBRIDGE

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1032

Cambridge and Cambridgeshire Bank (Richard

Foster, Ebenezer Foster & Richd Foster Junr), £1,

31 August 1822, serial number 4562, black and white

on watermarked paper, bankers initials in tableau at

top left, value at low left and in red underprint at

centre, manuscript signature at low right (Outing

408b), original and fresh, good very fine, a handsome

note

£400-600

1033

Cambridge & Cambridgeshire Bank (Ebenezer

Bird Foster, George Edward Foster & Charles

Finch Foster), £5, 8 October 1890, serial number

27834, black, red and blue, bankers initials in vignette

at top left, value at low left, top right and in blue

underprint at centre, manuscript signature of

Ebenezer Bird Foster at low right (Outing 408e),

cancelled with handstamps and red ink, original good

fine and scarce

£500-700


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Cambridge & Cambridgeshire Bank (E.B. Foster, G.E.

Foster, C.F. Foster, C.F.C. Foster & H.C. Foster.), £5,

8 May 1899, serial number 34573, black, red and blue,

bankers initals in vignette at top left, value at low left, top

right and in blue underprint at centre, manuscript signature

of Hugh C. Foster at low right (Outing 408 for type,

partnership not listed), cancelled with purple CANCELLED

stamps and blue crayon, some pinholes, but an original good

fine and rare

£500-700

1035

Cambridge & Cambridgeshire Bank (E.B. Foster, G.E.

Foster, C.F. Foster, C.F.C. Foster & H.C. Foster.), part

issued £5, 26 May 1899, serial number 36000, black, red

and blue, bankers initals in vignette at top left, value at low

left, top right and in blue underprint at centre (Outing 408

for type, partnership not listed), cancellation holes, stained at

right, taken out of circulation for use as a reference, overall

original good fine and rare

£450-650

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1036

Cambridge Town and County Bank (Hollick,

Nash, Searle, Son & Nash), unissued £1, 181-, black

and white, bankers initials in tableau at left, value at

low left and top right (Outing 409a), remains of

mounting on reverse, small rust spots and small tear at

low centre, generally a presentable about fine

£200-300

1037

Cambridge Town and County Bank (Hollick,

Nash, Searle, Son & Nash), £1, 12 August 1825,

serial number 1753, black and white, bankers initials in

tableau at left, value at low left and top right,

manuscript signature of William Searle at low right,

red and black revenue stamp on reverse (Outing

409a), toned, small hole at low centre along fold, very

good

£200-300

1038

Cambridge, proof sight bills (2), 18- (circa 1870),

first blue on paper, second black on thin card, both

ornate border at left with ‘CH’ initials (Outing not

listed), first handstamped SPECIMEN, second with

hand-corrected London partnership name, about very

fine (2)

£40-60

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1039

Cambridge Bank, £5, 5 October 1839, serial number

B9445, black and white, value at low left and top

right, manuscript signature of F.D. Barker at low right,

reverse blue, ornimental border and bank name

(Outing 411a), toned with pinholes, a presentable very

good

£250-350

1040

Cambridge Bank, £10, 22 October 1840, serial

number A3586, black and white, value at low left and

top right, manuscript signature of F.D. Barker at low

right, reverse red, ornimental border and bank name

(Outing 411b), stained on reverse but an original

about fine

£350-450

1041

Cambridge Bank, proof on thin card for a £5, 182-,

black and white, vignette showing bankers initials

(W.F.C.) at top left, value at low left, centre and top

right (Outing 412 for partnership), extremely fine and

rare

£300-400


CHATTERIS

1042

Chatteris & Cambridgeshire (W.C.B. & Son),

proof on thick paper for a 10/-, 18-, black and white,

bankers initials at top left, value at centre and low left

(Not listed in Outing) mount marks on reverse,

extremely fine and no other known banks for Chatteris,

very rare

£500-700

MARCH

1043

March, an interesting proof 5/-, ‘for the

accommodation of small change’, 18- (circa 1820),

payable 3 days after date of isue, black and white,

engraved initials E.W.E at left, value at low left (not

listed in Outing), mounting marks on reverse, slight

damage to low left corner, very fine and rare

£200-300

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WISBECH

1044

Wisbech Bank (James Hill & Son.), £1 (2), 18

February 1825 and 23 August 1825, serial numbers

9770 and 14667 respectively, black and white, initials

at top left, value at low left and top right, manuscript

signatures at low right, black and red duty stamp on

reverse (Outing 2384a), both toned, first very good,

second about fine (2)

£200-300

1045

Wisbech Bank (James Hill & Son.), £5, 12

September 1825, serial number 1894, black and

white, initials at top left, value at low left and top right,

manuscript signatures at low right, black and red duty

stamp on reverse (Outing 2384a), heavily trimmed,

original and fine

£150-200

1046

Wisbech & Lincolnshire Bank (Richard Gurney,

John Gurney, Joseph Gurney, John Gurney,

Henry Birkbeck & Jonathan Peckover), pencil essay

on watermarked paper for a £1, 180-, black and white,

value at centre and low left (2382c for type), extremely

fine and rare

£300-400


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1047

Wisbech & Lincolnshire Bank (Gurneys,

Birkbeck & Peckover), £1, 15 April 1809,

serial number A6426, black and white, value

at centre and low left (2382c for type),

signature cut cancelled, repaired and partially

backed with paper, good and scarce

£150-200

1049

Wisbech & Lincolnshire Bank (Gurneys,

Birkbeck & Peckover), £1, 21 July 1810,

serial number B7840, black and white,

bankers initials at top left, value at low left

(Outing 2382c), signature cut cancelled, very

good

£300-350

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1048

Wisbech & Lincolnshire Bank (Gurneys,

Birkbeck & Peckover), proof £1, 18-, black

and white, bankers initials at top left, value at

low left (Outing 2382c for type), mounting

traces on reverse, trimmed with some foxing but

overall good fine

£250-300


1051

Wisbech & Lincolnshire Bank (Gurney,

Birkbeck, Barclay & Buxton), £5, 1

November 1894, serial number X7944, black

and white, bankers initials at top left, value at

low left (Outing 2382y), signature cut

cancelled, good very fine

£80-100

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1050

Wisbech & Lincolnshire Bank (Gurneys,

Birkbeck & Peckovers), £5 (2), 22

November 1834 and 29 October 1836, serial

numbers 4908 and 6802, black and white,

bankers initials at top left, value at low left

(Outing 2382f), signature cut cancelled, very

good (2)

£250-350

1052

Wisbech & Lincolnshire Bank (Richard

Gurney, John Gurney, Joseph Gurney,

John Birkbeck, Jospeh Taylor & Jonathan

Peckover), £10, 3 May 1806, serial number

4717, black and white, bankers initials at top

left, value at low left (Outing 2382b), split

and re-joined, signature cut cancelled, about

very good and rare

£250-350


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1053

Wisbech & Lincolnshire Bank (Gurney, Birkbeck,

Barclay & Buxton), £10, 11 October 1894, serial

number N8575, black and white, bankers initials at

top left, value at low left (Outing 2382aa), signature

cut cancelled, good fine

£100-150

1054

Wisbech & Lincolnshire Bank, £20, left half only,

circa 1865, serial number P452, black and white,

bankers initials at top left, value at low left, reverse

orange, value at centre (Outing 2382 for bank,

partnership unlisted), split and rejoined but right half

lost, good fine and an unlisted partnership thus rare

£80-120

19

1055

Wisbech & Lincolnshire Bank (Gurney, Birkbeck,

Peckovers & Buxton), cancelled £20, 6 October

1890, serial number P2573, black and white, bankers

initials at top left, value at low left (Outing 2382u),

signature cut cancelled, good fine

£300-350

1056

Wisbech & Lincolnshire Bank (Richard Gurney,

Bartlett Gurney, Joseph Gurney, John Birkbeck,

Joseph Taylor & Jonathan Peckover), bill of

exchange for £34 and 11/-, 1 October 1793, serial

number 6902, black and white, bankers initials at top

left (Outing 2382 for bank, unlisted partnership),

about fine

£150-200

1057

National Provincial Bank of Wisbech, proof on card

for a £10, 183-, black and white, William IV at top

left, value at top right and low left (Outing 2386 for

bank, unlisted denomination), mounting marks on

reverse, very fine and very rare

£300-350


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1059

Buxton & High Peak Bank (Goodwin, Goodwin

& Co.), unissued £1, 18- (1812-1816), black and

white, partners initials in oval frame top left (Outing

388b), good very fine, scarce

£150-200

1060

Buxton & High Peak Bank (Goodwin, Goodwin

& Co.), unissued £2, 18- (1812-1816), black and

white, partners initials in oval frame top left (Outing

388c), good very fine, scarce

£200-250

DERBYSHIRE

BUXTON

1058

Buxton & High Peak Bank (Goodwin, Goodwin

& Co.), £1, 28 October 1813, serial number 6015,

black and white, partners initials in oval frame top left,

manuscript signature of George Goodwin at low right

(Outing 388a), clipped, very good, scarce

£150-200

21

1061

Buxton & High Peak Bank (Goodwin, Goodwin

& Co.), unissued £5, 18- (1812-1816), black and

white, partners initials in oval frame top left (Outing

388e), good very fine, scarce

£200-250

1062

Buxton & High Peak Bank (Goodwin, Goodwin

& Co.), unissued £5, 18- (1812-1816), black and

white, partners initials in oval frame top left (Outing

388e), good very fine, a variety from the preceeding note

with a change to the names of the London Bankers, scarce

£200-250


1064

Chesterfield Bank (Richard Gillett & Co.), £1, 8

December 1808, serial number D252, black and

white, maiden (Justitia) in oval frame top left,

manuscript signature of Richard Gillett low right

(Outing 523 for type, denomination not listed), poor,

rare

£150-200

1065

Chesterfield Bank (Hornby, Esdaile, Raynes &

Gillett), proof £5 on India paper, 18- (1802-1803?),

black and white, maiden (Justitia) in oval frame top

left (Outing 523 for type), mounting traces, very fine,

rare

£200-300

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1063

Chesterfield Bank (Hornby, Esdaile, Raynes &

Gillett), unissued £5, 179- (1790-1797), black and

white, maiden (Justitia) in oval frame top left (Outing

523a), almost very fine, rare

£300-350

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1066

Chesterfield Bank (Saxton & Chapman), £1, 27

September 1800, serial number 139, black and white,

arms top left, manuscript signature of George

Chapman low right (Outing 524a), very good, rare

£200-250

1067

Chesterfield Bank (Jebb, Slater & Malkin), proof

£1 on card, 18- (1813-1816), black and white, arms

and plinth top left (Outing 525 for type), good very

fine, rare

£300-350


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DERBY

1068

Union Bank (Derby), Portland Place (King,

Rogers & Co.), 1 guinea, 4 May 1801, serial number

238, black and white, bank building top left,

manuscript signature of Swift (?) low right (Outing

672), almost fine and rare

£200-300

1069

Scarsdale and High Peak Bank, proof £5,

Chesterfield, 187- (1877), black and white, arms top

centre, also a receipt for the same bank and dated

October 19th 1903 (Outing 526e), extremely fine,

rare (2)

£300-400

1070

Derby Bank (Bellairs, Sons & Co.), £1 (2), 1812,

1814, black and white, stag top left, manuscript

signature of Bellairs low right, reverse partners initials

in blue at centre (Outing 673d), fine and very fine

respectively (2)

£80-120

23

1071

Derby Bank (Bellairs, Sons & Co.), £5, 8 January

1814, serial number G801, black and white, stag top

left, manuscript signature of Bellairs low right (Outing

673e), fine

£100-150

1072

Derby Bank (Samuel Smith & Co.), £1, 1 May

1817, serial number 946, black and white, arms top

left, manuscript signature low right (Outing 674a),

some staining, fine, rare

£300-350

1073

Derby Bank (Samuel Smith & Co.), unissued £5,

18- (1887-1902), serial number E10001, black and

white, arms top left, reverse brown and white, value

and partners initials at centre (Outing 674j), extremely

fine and rare

£250-350


1075

Derby Bank (Samuel Smith & Co.),

unissued £20, 18- (1887-1902), serial

number A1001, black and white, arms top

left (Outing 674j for type, denomination not

listed), extremely fine and rare

£300-400

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1074

Derby Bank (Samuel Smith & Co.),

unissued £10, 18- (1887-1902), serial

number G90001, black and white, arms top

left, reverse black and white, value and

partners initials at centre (Outing 674j for

type, denomination not listed), extremely fine

and rare

£300-400

1076

Derby Bank (Samuel Smith & Co.),

unissued £50, 18- (1887-1902), serial

number C501, black and white, arms top left

(Outing 674j for type, denomination not

listed), extremely fine and rare

£350-450


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1077

Derby Bank (Samuel Smith & Co.), unissued £100,

18- (1887-1902), serial number D345, black and

white, arms top left (Outing 674k), extremely fine and

rare

£400-600

1078

Derby Bank (Samuel Smith & Co.), a sight bill

dated 11 October 1819, black and white, arms top left

(Outing 674 for partnership very fine

£40-60

1079

Derby Old Bank (Crompton, Newton & Co.),

unissued £1, 18- (1812-1829), black and white,

classical frieze and cherubs at centre, Britannia top left,

reverse revenue seal (Outing 663a for type), good very

fine, rare

£250-300

25

1080

Derby Old Bank (Crompton, Newton & Co.),

proof £1, 18- (1812-1829), black and white, classical

frieze and cherubs at centre, Britannia top left (Outing

663a for type), good very fine, rare

£200-250

1081

Derby Old Bank (Crompton, Newton & Co.),

proof £5, 18- (1812-1829), black and white, arms top

left (Outing 663c), good very fine, rare

£250-350

1082

Derby Old Bank (Crompton, Newton & Co.),

proof £5 on card, 18- (1812-1829), black and white,

Britannia and cherubs at centre, laureate head top left

(Outing 663b), a Perkins, Fairman & Heath

engraving, some foxing, good very fine, rare

£300-400


1084

Derby and Derbyshire Banking Company,

proof £10 on card, 183- (1833-1880), black

and white, arms top left, value in black tablet

top right and low left (Outing 675d),

extremely fine, rare

£300-400

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1083

Derby and Derbyshire Banking Company,

proof £5 on card, 183- (1833-1880), black

and white, arms top left, value in black tablet

top right and low left (Outing 675b),

extremely fine, rare

£300-400

1085

Derby and Derbyshire Banking Company

Limited, unissued £10, 18- (1880-1898),

serial number 34/27, black and white, arms

top left, value in black top right and low left,

value in blue at centre (Outing 675n), almost

extremely fine, rare

£300-400


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1086

Derby and Derbyshire Banking Company Limited,

£10, 9 October 1895, serial number 31/163, black

and white, arms top left, value top right and low left,

value in blue underprint at centre (Outing 675m),

signature cut cancelled, good fine and rare

£300-400

1087

Derby and Derbyshire Banking Company, proof

£20 on card, 18- (1833-1880), black and white, arms

top left, value in black tablet top right and low left

(Outing 675b), good very fine, rare

£300-350

1088

Derby and Derbyshire Banking Company, unissued

£20, 18- (1833-1880), serial number D 233, black

and white, arms top left, value in black tablet top right

and low left, value in blue underprint at centre

(Outing 675f), extremely fine, rare

£300-400

27

1089

Derby and Derbyshire Banking Company, unissued

£50, 18- (1833-1880), serial number C 851, black

and white, arms top left, value in black tablet top right

and low left, value in blue underprint at centre

(Outing 675h), extremely fine, rare

£350-450

1090

Derby and Derbyshire Banking Company Limited,

£50, 9 February 1889, serial number C324, black and

white, arms top left, value top right and low left, value

in blue underprint at centre (Outing 675t), signature

cut cancelled, very fine and very rare

£400-500

1091

Derby and Derbyshire Banking Company,

watermarked paper for the issue for £50 (2), ND (ca

1833-1880), (Outing 675h for type), extremely fine,

rare (2)

£50-100


HOLT HOUSE (MATLOCK)

1092

Holt House (Self & Compy.), 20 shillings, 23

September 1800, serial number 2/D8, black and

white, arms low centre, manuscript signature of D.

Dakeyne Junior low right (Outing 970b), almost fine,

scarce

£100-150

1093

Holt House (Dakeyne, Sons & Compy.), £1, 3 July

1801, serial number 404, black and white, arms low

centre, manuscript signature of D. Dakeyne Junior low

right (Outing 970b), good fine, scarce

£200-250

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WIRKSWORTH

1094

Wirksworth Bank (Arkwright, Toplis & Co.), £1,

11 October 1817, serial number C 3566, black and

white, arms at left, manuscript signature of John

Topliss low right (Outing 2380a), poor, scarce

£200-250

1095

Wirksworth and Ashbourn. Derbyshire Bank, a

contemporary forgery of a £5, 21 December 1840,

serial number N 905, black and white, arms top

centre, manuscript signature of Frederic Arkwright

low right, reverse revenue seal (Outing 2380e),

manuscript ‘forgery’ across face, very good and rare

£80-120

1096

Wirksworth and Derbyshire Bank (Richd.

Arkwright & Compy.), £5, 10 March 1862, serial

number K/W 0550, black and white, arms at top left,

pink tax seal in left field with portait of a young Queen

Victoria (Outing 2380e), cut and rejoined, signature

cut cancelled, very good to fine and rare

£300-400


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1097

Wirksworth and Ashbourn. Derbyshire Bank, £10,

1 May 1843, serial number 3919, black and white,

arms top left, manuscript signature of Frederic

Arkwright low right, reverse revenue seal (Outing

2380g), signature manuscript cancelled, various

annotations, fine, rare

£800-1,000

1097A

Moore & Robinson’s Nottinghamshire Banking

Company Limited, a proof £5, Wirksworth 18- (circa

1870), ‘Derbyshire Bank’ logo at left, black,

perforated SPECIMEN/ C. SKIPPER & EAST

(Outing 1622 unlisted type), slight damage at top left

corner, creased top right corner, good very fine.

£80-120

29

1097B

Moore & Robinson’s Nottinghamshire Banking

Company Limited, a specimen £5, Wirksworth 18-

(circa 1870), ‘Derbyshire Bank’ logo at left, black,

blue underporint, perforated SPECIMEN/ C.

SKIPPER & EAST (Outing 1622e), small ink marks

at top left, almost extremely fine

£300-400

1098

Moore & Robinson’s Nottinghamshire Banking

Company Limited, £5, Wirksworth Branch, 16

January 1893, serial number A 6029, black and white,

value in blue underprint at centre, arms at left,

manuscript signature low right, reverse blue and white

(Outing 2381b), various annotations and purple

CANCELLED handstamp at left and right, good fine

and rare

£600-800


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ESSEX

BILLERICAY

1099

Billericay Bank (Fincham, Barrell, Fincham & Fincham), proof £10, 18- (1814-1816), black & white, corn sheaf top

left, (Outing 1, 3b), backed on paper, good very fine, rare

£400-500

BRAINTREE

1100

Essex & Suffolk Bank, (Sparrow, Brown, Hanbury, Savill & Simpson), proof £1, Braintree, 18- (1810-1824), black

& white, two plants top left, value lower left (Outing 258f), a Thorowgood engraving, backed on card, very fine, rare

£400-500

1101

Essex & Suffolk Bank (Sparrow, Brown, Hanbury, Savill & Simpson), £10, Braintree, 1 March 1814, serial number

14680, black & white, plants top left, value lower left (Outing 258h), signature cut cancelled, manuscript annotation on

face, fine, rare, Outing plate note

£500-700

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1102

Essex Bank (Sparrow, Tufnell & Co.), £5,

Braintree, 22 March 1882, serial number 319365,

black & white, value in blue underprint at centre, arms

at left, manuscript signature of Tufnell lower right,

reverse green, bank title at centre (Outing 258t),

signature manuscript cancelled, Outing plate note, fine

to very fine, rare

£700-900

1103

Essex Bank (Sparrow, Tufnell, Parker Woodhouse

& Round), £10, Braintree, 10 July 1861, serial

number 15127, black & white, arms top left, value in

grey tablet lower left, manuscript signature of Edward

Round lower right, reverse green, bank title (Outing

258n), split and rejoined, m/s cancelled, good fine, rare,

Outing plate note

£700-900

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Essex Bank (Sparrow, Tufnell & Co), £10,

Braintree, 7 May 1884, serial number 30136, black &

white, value in blue underprint at centre, arms top left,

value in grey tablet lower left, manuscript signature of

Robert Woodhouse lower right, reverse green, bank

title (Outing 258v), signatures ink cancelled, very fine,

rare

£700-900

1105

Essex Bank (Sparrow, Tufnell & Co), £50

Braintree, 18 October 1882, serial number 1502,

black & white, value in blue underprint at centre, arms

top left, value in black lower left, reverse green, bank

title (Outing 258y), signature cut cancelled, red

CANCELLED handstamp, fine and very rare, Outing

plate note

£800-1,000


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CHELMSFORD

1106

Chelmsford Bank (Crickitt & Compy), £1 (2),

1813, black & white, partners initials in oval top left,

manuscript signature of Crickitt lower right (Outing

482b), both with a lower corner missing, very good,

scarce and rare (2)

£400-500

1107

Chelmsford Bank (Crickitt & Compy), £1, 10 July

1818, serial number 19742, black & white, partners

initials in oval top left, manuscript signature of Crickitt

lower right (Outing 482b), fine, rare

£300-400

1108

Chelmsford Bank (Crickitt & Compy.), £1, 9 July

1819, serial number 23503, black & white, partners

initials in oval top left, manuscript signature of Ruffell

lower right, reverse grey, bank title (Outing 482,

partnership unlisted), a pleasing very fine, fresh and

very rare

£400-500

33

1109

Chelmsford Bank (Crickitt & Compy.), £1, 12

August 1825, serial number 53827, black & white,

ONE in vertical format at centre, partners initials top

left, manuscript signature of Ruffell lower right,

reverse revenue seal at centre (Outing 482b), very good

to fine, rare

£300-400

1110

Chelmsford Bank (Crickitt & Compy.), £1, 2

September 1825, serial number 55274, black & white,

ONE in vertical format at centre, partners initials top

left, manuscript signature of Crickitt lower right,

reverse revenue seal at centre (Outing 482b), fine, rare

£300-400

1111

Chelmsford Bank (Crickitt & Compy.), £5, 29

October 1824, serial number 5405, black & white,

partners initials in octagonal tablet top left, value in

black table, lower left, manuscript signature of Ruffell

lower right, reverse ornate revenue seal at centre

(Outing 482c), a pleasing very good, rare

£500-600


1112

Chelmsford Bank (Crickitt & Compy.), £10, 9

September 1825, serial number 8031, black & white,

bank building at top left, manuscript signature of

Ruffell lower right, reverse bank title, Bank of

CRICKITT, RUFFELL & CO. CHELMSFORD

(Outing 482d for similar, Ruffell not listed), about

fine, very rare

£600-800

1113

Essex & Suffolk Bank (Sparrow, Brown, Hanbury,

Savill & Simpson), Chelmsford, £1, 10 April 1817,

serial number 30299, black & white, plants top left,

value lower left (Outing 484b), signature cut

cancelled, manuscript Jos. Savill, pinned to note top left,

about fine, rare

£400-600

1114

Essex Bank (Sparrow, Walford, Nottidge,

Greenwood & Tufnell), £5, Chelmsford, 29 January

1841, serial number 1475, black & white (Outing not

recorded, 484 for similar), signature excised, backing

paper replacement, very good to fine, rare

£800-1,000

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Essex Bank (W.M. Tufnell and Edmund Round),

£5, 24 October 1881, serial number 28028, black &

white, arms between corn sheaves top left, value in

black tablet lower left, manuscript signature of W.M.

Tufnell lower right, reverse grey, ESSEX & BPS

STORTFORD BANK at centre (Outing 484k),

BANK OF ENGLAND handstamp, and manuscript

CANCELLED, about fine, very rare

£800-1,000

1116

Essex Bank (B. Sparrow, W. Tufnell, J. Parker, R.

Woodhouse & W. Tufnell), £5, Chelmsford, 17

August 1877, serial number 65618, black & white,

arms top left flanked by corn sheaves, value in black

tablet lower left, manuscript signatures of R.

Woodhouse lower right, reverse green, bank title

(Outing 484n), purple CANCELLED handstamp,

fine, rare, Outing plate note

£600-800


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1117

Essex Bank (Sparrow, Tufnell & Co.), £5,

Chelmsford, 31 August 1883, serial number 70521,

black & white, value in blue underprint at centre, arms

between corn sheaves at left, manuscript signatures of

Christopher Parker lower right, reverse green, bank

title (Outing 484v) ink cancelled, good fine and

pleasing, rare

£700-900

1118

Essex Bank (Sparrow, Tufnell & Co.), the right half

of a £5, 28 July 1882, serial number 69810, black &

white, value in blue underprint at centre, arms at left,

signature missing, reverse green (Outing 258s), also

included in the lot is a letter indentifying the bank dated

17th March 1884, good fine to very fine

£100-150

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1119

Essex Bank (Sparrow, Tufnell, Parker, Woodhouse

& Tufnell), cancelled £10, Chelmsford, 15 August

1878, serial number 45024, black & white, arms

between corn sheaves top left, value in black tablet

lower left, reverse green, bank title (Outing 484r),

signature, cut cancelled, purple handstamp and

‘CANCELLED 15th APR 1904’, oval on reverse,

almost very fine, rare

£600-700

1120

Essex Bank (Sparrow, Tufnell & Co.), cancelled

£10, Chelmsford, 31 July 1890, serial number 49109,

black & white with blue value at centre, arms between

corn sheaves at left, value in black tablet lower left and

at top right, reverse green, bank title (Outing 484v),

cancelled with blue crayon and green handstamp over

signature, attractive, fine and scarce

£700-900


1121

Essex Bank (B. Sparrow, Tufnell, Parker,

Woodhouse & Tufnell), £50, Chelmsford, 28 April

1869, serial number 2855, black & white, arms

between corn sheaves top left, value in black lower left,

reverse green, bank title (Outing 484t), signature cut

cancelled, about fine, very rare

£800-1,000

1122

Essex Bank (Sparrow, Tufnell & Co), unissued £50,

Chelmsford, 18-, serial number 3631, black & white,

value in blue at centre, arms between corn sheaves top

left, value in black lower left, reverse green, bank title

(Outing 484a), good very fine, rare, Outing plate note

£600-800

1123

Essex Bank, a reverse proof on card, no

denomination, pencil ‘Sep 11th 1860’ in lower margin,

extremely fine

£60-80

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COLCHESTER

1124

Colchester Bank, (Gurneys, Round, Green and

Co.), £5, 11 February 1893, serial number 10238,

black & white, maiden and arms top left, reverse

brown and white, bank title and value at centre

(Outing 579 for similar), purple CANCELLED

handstamp, signature cut, about very fine and very rare,

partnership unlisted in Outing

£600-800

1125

Colchester Bank, £5, a partial reverse on card, blue &

white, bank title and value (Outing 579 for types), very

fine

£100-150

1126

Colchester & Essex Bank (John Mills, Richard

Mills & John Mills Junior), £10, 3rd June 1801,

serial number 2733, black & white, arms top left,

manuscript signature of Richard Mills lower right

(Outing 580d), signature cut, very good, rare

£400-600


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1127

Colchester & Essex Bank (Mills, Bawtree,

Dawnay, Curzon & Co.), £5, 1 October

1889, serial number 4398, black & white,

value in grey tablet at centre, castle top left,

value in grey tablet lower left, manuscript

signature of Robert Curzon lower right,

reverse grey & white, arms at centre (Outing

580g), purple dividend handstamp lower

right, good very fine, attractive and very rare

£700-900

1129

Colchester, Witham & Hadleigh Bank

(Mills, Bawntree, Dawney, Curzon &

Co.), £50, 11 October 1884, serial number

A23, black & white, value in grey tablet at

centre, castle top left, value in grey tablet

lower left, manuscript signature of Eustace

Dawney lower right, reverse grey & white,

arms at centre (Outing 580/2387 for

similar), purple dividend handstamp at right,

red oval Bank of England stamp at centre,

signature cut, very fine and extremely rare, a

lovely high denomination issue and this bank

unlisted in Outing

£1,500-2,000

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1128

Colchester & Essex Bank (Mills, Bawtree,

Dawnay, Curzon & Co.), £10, 11 October

1884, serial number 116, black & white,

value in grey tablet at centre, castle top left,

value in grey tablet lower left, manuscript

signature of Eustace Dawney lower right,

reverse grey & white, arms at centre (Outing

580h), purple dividend handstamp lower

right, good very fine, attractive and very rare

£1,000-1,200


EPPING

1130

Epping Bank (Benj. Fincham, Willm. Fincham &

B. Fincham Junior), £10, 12 May 1812, serial

number 1581, black & white, partners initials in

vertical oval top left, manuscript signature of Benj.

Fincham lower right (Outing 743, £10 not listed),

mounted on board, split and rejoined, very good, rare

£500-700

1131

Epping and Ongar Bank (B. Fincham, W. Fincham

& B. Fincham Junior), £1, 13 April 1815, serial

number 8526, black & white, partners initial in oval

top left, manuscript signature of Benj. Fincham lower

right (Outing 743a), very good, rare

£400-500

1132

Epping & Ongar Bank (B. Fincham, W. Fincham

& B. Fincham Junior), proof £1, 18- (1812-1816),

black & white, partners initials in oval top left,

embossed tax stamp at left (Outing 743a), mounted on

board, otherwise very fine, rare

£350-450

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1133

Harwich Bank (Cox, Cobbold & Company),

unissued £5, 18- (1846-1887), serial number 10096,

black & white, value in blue underprint at centre, arms

& partners initials at left (Outing 908h), extremely

fine, rare

£400-600

1134

Harwich Bank (Anthony Cox & John B. Knocker),

£10, 9 November 1827, serial number 2064, black &

white, arms & partners initials at left, value in

octagonal tablet lower left, manuscript signature of

John Barker lower right (Outing 908f), signature cut

cancelled, very good, presentable, rare

£300-400

1135

Harwich Bank (Anthony Cox & John B. Knocker),

£10, 22 March 1834, serial number 2378, black &

white, arms & partners initials at left, manuscript

signature of Anthony Cox lower right (Outing 908f),

signature cut cancelled, fresh, almost very fine, rare,

Outing plate note

£450-550


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1136

Harwich Bank (Cox, Cobbold & Company),

unissued £10, 18- (1846-1887), serial number H674,

black & white, value in orange underprint at centre,

arms & partners initials at left (Outing 908j), extremely

fine, rare

£500-700

MANNINGTREE

1137

Manningtree & Mistley Bank (Dykes, Rebecca,

Biddle), £5, 11 August 1841, serial number A2321,

red text on white, reverse revenue seal (Outing 1383

for bank), signature cut cancelled, very good, rare

£500-700

1138

Manningtree & Mistley Bank (Gurneys,

Alexanders, Birkbeck, Barclay, Buxton &

Kerrison), unissued £5, 18- (1887-1896), serial

number F3302, red and white, value in red underprint

at centre, reverse black and white, Ipswich Customs

House at centre (Outing 1383e), manuscript

‘Cancelled’ top left, extremely fine and very rare

£800-1,200

39

1139

Manningtree Bank (Thos. Nunn, Mills, Nunn &

Bawtree), £1, 26 January 1824, serial number 6239,

black & white, value in grey at centre, agricultural

implements at left, value in tablet lower left,

manuscript signature of Thos. Nunn Junior lower

right, reverse revenue seal (Outing 1384a), fine, rare

£500-600

ROCHFORD

1140

Rochford Hundred & Billericay Bank (Harvey,

Harvey & Co), £1, 9 June 1812, serial number

14910, black & white, arms top left, value lower left,

manuscript signature of John Harvey lower right

(Outing 1815 for type, £1 not listed), very good, rare

£500-600

1141

Rochford Hundred Bank (Fincham, Barrell,

Fincham & Fincham), £1, 12 October 1814, serial

number 313, black & white, plough top left, value

lower left, manuscript signature of Benj. Fincham

lower right (Outing 1817a), very good, rare

£500-600


ROMFORD

1142

Romford Bank (Attersol, May & Smith), proof

£20, ND (1805-1817), black & white, partners initials

in oval top left, (Outing 1822, ‘not seen’), mounted on

card, good very fine, rare

£250-300

1143

Romford Agricultural Bank (Joyner, Surridge &

Joyner), £1, 12 June 1822, serial number 9100, black

& white, value in blue at centre, bull top left,

manuscript signature of Jn. Joyner lower right, reverse

revenue seal (Outing 1823a), about fine, scarce

£200-300

1144

Romford Agricultural Bank (Joyner, Surridge &

Joyner), £1, 21 June 1824, serial number 22655,

black & white, value in blue at centre, bull top left,

manuscript signature of Jn. Joyner lower right, reverse

revenue seal (Outing 1823a), very good

£100-150

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1145

Romford Agricultural Bank (Joyner, Surridge &

Joyner), £5, 3 October 1821, serial number 6849,

black & white, bull top left, manuscript lower right,

reverse blue JOYNER & CO. BANK (Outing 1823b),

trimmed, poor, scarce

£150-200

1146

Romford Agricultural Bank (Joyner, Surridge &

Joyner), £5, 9 March 1825, serial number 9663, black

& white, bull top left, manuscript lower right, reverse

revenue seal (Outing 1823b), good fine, scarce

£250-350

1147

Romford Agricultural Bank (Joyner, Surridge &

Joyner), £10, 10 February 1815, serial number 3424,

black & white, bull top left, value in blue at centre,

bull top left, manuscript signature of Jn. Joyner lower

right, reverse value and back title in blue (Outing

1823, denomination unlisted), very good, rare

£300-400


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1148

Romford Agricultural Bank (Joyner, Surridge &

Joyner), £10, 16 February 1825, serial number 7893,

black & white, bull top left, value in blue at centre,

bull top left, manuscript signature of Jn. Joyner lower

right, reverse value and back title in grey (Outing

1823, denomination unlisted), very good, rare

£300-400

1149

Romford Bank (Thos. Johnson, Wm Johnson &

Compy.), unissued £5, 18- (c1827-1844), black &

white, arms top centre, reverse grey, value (Outing

1824e) staining at left and right but an attractive good

very fine, rare, Outing plate note

£400-500

1150

Romford (Thos Johnson, Wm Johnson & C.

Mann), £5, 21 November 1843, serial number 4407,

tower in scrollwork at top centre, black and white,

handsigned by Thos Johnson at low right (Outing

1824h), bankruptcy stamp on reverse, very good

£300-400

41

1151

Romford Bank (Thomas Johnson & Compy.),

unissued £20, 18- (1827-1844), black & white, arms

top left, value lower left (Outing 1824g), extremely

fine, Outing plate note

£400-600

SAFFRON WALDEN

1152

Saffron Walden Bank, Essex (Jas. Searle, Jas. Searle

Jnr & S.B. Searle), proof £1, 18- (1812-1825), black

& white, Britannia at left, value in octagonal tablet

lower left (Outing 1848b), a Perkins, Fairman &

Heath engraving, good very fine, rare

£200-250

1153

Saffron Walden Bank, Essex (Jas. Searle, Jas. Searle

Jnr & S.B. Searle), £1, 1 October 1822, serial

number 1153, black & white, Britannia at left, value in

octagonal tablet lower left, partners initials in oval top

left, value in oval top right, manuscript of James Searle

junior lower right, reverse revenue seal (Outing

1848b), bankruptcy stamp on reverse, very good to fine

£150-200


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Saffron Walden Bank (Jas. Searle, Jas. Searle Jnr & S.B. Searle), £5, 18 December 1823,

serial number 1251, black & white, partners initials at left, manuscript signature of James Searle

Junior lower right, reverse revenue seal (Outing 1848c), very good, rare

£350-450

1155

Saffron Walden Bank (Jas. Searle, Jas. Searle Jnr & S.B. Searle), £10, 5 October 1825,

serial number 4401, black & white, partners initials at left, manuscript signature of James Searle

Junior lower right, reverse revenue seal (Outing 1848d), almost very fine, rare

£400-600

1156

Saffron Walden & North Essex Bank (A.F. Gibson, W. Gibson, T. Catlin, J. Gibson &

N. Catlia), proof £1, mounted on card, ND (1824-1829), black & white, partners initials at

left in oval (Outing 1849a), a Perkins & Heath engraving, extremely fine, rare

£300-400

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1157

Saffron Walden & North Essex Bank (A.F. Gibson, W. Gibson, T. Catlin, J. Gibson & N. Catlia), proof £5,

ND (1824-1829), black & white, partners initials at left in oval (Outing 1849b), a Perkins & Heath engraving,

extremely fine, rare

£350-400

1158

Saffron Walden & North Essex Bank (Gibson & Co), proof £10 (2), 18- (1858-1896), black & white (Outing

1849q for type), pencil ‘from this’ and ‘To this, 13 Oct 1864’ respectively, first damaged at right otherwise very fine, rare

(2)

£400-450

1159

Saffron Walden & North Essex Bank (Gibson & Co), proof £20, 18- (1858-1896), black & white, partners initials

in thistle wreath top left, value in oval top right (Outing 1849t for type), a Perkins & Bacon engraving, pencil ‘To this

5th Nov 1859’ lower left, mounting traces on reverse, small tear top left, good very fine, rare

£450-550

43


1161

Saffron Walden & North Essex Bank (Gibson,

Tuke & Gibson), proof £10, 18- (1858-1883), black

& white, (Outing 1849j for type), a Perkins & Bacon

engraving, pencil ‘To this 14 Apl./70’ lower centre, good

very fine, rare

£350-450

1162

Saffron Walden & North Essex Bank (Bison, Tuke

& Gibson), unissued £10, 18- (1863-1883), serial

number 4909, black & white, value in orange at

centre, arms and value at left (Outing 1849j), red

PRESCOTT, DIMSDALE & CO LIMITED added at

centre, good extremely fine, rare

£500-600

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1160

Saffron Walden & North Essex Bank (Bison, Tuke &

Gibson), unissued £5, 188- (1863-1883), serial number

9909, black & white, value in blue at centre, arms and value

at left (Outing 1849h), red PRESCOTT, DIMSDALE & CO

LIMITED added at centre, good extremely fine, rare

£400-500

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1163

Saffron Walden & North Essex Bank (Gibson,

Tuke & Gibson), proof £20, 18- (1863-1883), black

& white, partners initials in thistle wreath top left,

value in oval top right (Outing 1849m for type), a

Perkins & Bacon engraving, pencil ‘To this 2 Novr-

1868’ at left, mounting traces, otherwise extremely fine,

rare

£500-600

1164

Saffron Walden & North Essex Bank (Bison, Tuke

& Gibson), unissued £20, 187- (1863-1883), serial

number 409, black & white, value in green at centre,

arms and value at left (Outing 1849l), red

PRESCOTT, DIMSDALE & CO LIMITED added at

centre, good extremely fine, rare

£550-650


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WITHAM

1165

Witham & Essex Bank (Mills, Bawtree, Dawnay, Curzon & Co), £5, 15

December 1887, serial number 1028, black & white, arms and oak tree, manuscript

signature of Eustace Dawnay, reverse grey, arms (Outing 2387a), purple dividend

handstamp lower right, various stamps, good fine, very rare

£700-900

1166

Witham & Essex Bank (Mills, Bawtree, Dawnay, Curzon & Co), £10, 11

October 1884, serial number 24, black & white, arms and oak tree, manuscript

signature of Eustace Dawnay, reverse grey, arms (Outing 2387, denomination

unlisted), purple dividend handstamp lower right, very fine, very rare

£800-1,200

45


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1167

Baldock & Biggleswade Bank (Wells, Hogge & Lindsell),

£10, 2 October 1884, serial number 17370, black and white,

partners initials in oval top left, manuscript signature low right,

red tax stamp top left (Outing 70e), handstamped

CANCELLED, perforated PAID, fine and very rare

£500-700

BUSHEY

1168

Bushey Bank, a partial proof for a £5, 1 January 1820,

black and white (Outing unlisted), possibly a spurious

Bank, very fine, very rare

£150-250

HERTFORDSHIRE

BALDOCK

47

HEMEL HEMPSTED

1169

Hemel-Hempsted Bank (Grover & Pollard), proof

£1 on India paper, 18- (1812-1839), black and white,

classical frieze at centre, Britannia at left and right

(Outing 927a), a Perkins, Fairman & Heath

engraving, slight damage at tips, very fine and rare

£300-400


1170

Hemel-Hempsted Bank (Grover & Pollard), proof

£5 on India paper, 18- (1812-1839), black and white,

cherubs and allegorical maidens in field (Outing

927b), A Perkins, Fairman & Heath engraving, slight

damage at tips, very fine and rare

£300-350

1171

Hemel-Hempsted Bank (Smith & Fearnley

Whittingstall), proof £10 on card, 18- (1839-1856),

black and white, Britannia and allegorical maidens at

centre, maiden (Victory) low left and right (Outing

927, denomination not listed), a Perkins, Fairman &

Heath engraving, slight foxing, good very fine and rare

£350-400

1172

Hemel-Hempsted Bank (Grover & Pollard), proof

£20 on card, 16 June 1887, black and white, Britannia

at centre, cherubs and symbols of commerce at left and

right (Outing 927c), a Perkins, Fairman & Heath

engraving, slight scuffing, good very fine and rare

£350-450

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1173

Hemel-Hempsted Bank, a partial reverse proof on

card, no denomination, black and white, classical frieze

top centre, bank title low centre, Britannia at left and

right (Outing 927 for type), mounting traces,

extremely fine, rare

£100-120

1174

Hemel-Hempsted Bank (Smith & Fearnley

Whittingstall), proof £10 on card, 18- (1839-1856),

black and white, Britannia and allegorical maidens at

centre, maiden (Victory) low left and right (Outing

927, denomination not listed), a Perkins, Fairman &

Heath engraving, ink annotation ‘alt 21 Jany. 1842’ in

field, stained, very fine and rare

£200-250

1175

Hemel-Hempsted Bank (Smith & Fearnley

Whittingstall), proof £10 on card, 3 May 188718-

(1839-1856), black and white, Britannia and

allegorical maidens at centre, maiden (Victory) low left

and right (Outing 927, denomination not listed), a

Perkins, Fairman & Heath engraving, SPECIMEN

handstamp, some staining, very fine and rare

£250-350


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1176

Hemel-Hempsted Bank (Smith &

Fearnley Whittingstall), proof £20 on card,

18- (1839-1856), black and white, Britannia

at centre, cherubs and symbols of commerce

at left and right (Outing 927f for type), a

Perkins, Fairman & Heath engraving, ink

annotation ‘31 Jany. 1842’ low centre, slight

scuffing, good very fine and rare

£300-400

1178

Hemel-Hempsted Bank (Smith &

Whittingstall), proof £5 on card, 18- (1812-

1839), black and white, cherubs and

allegorical maidens in field (Outing 927e), a

Perkins, Fairman & Heath engraving,

staining, very fine and rare

£200-300

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1177

Hemel-Hempsted Bank (Smith &

Fearnley Whittingstall), proof £20 on card,

18- (1839-1856), black and white, Britannia

at centre, cherubs and symbols of commerce

at left and right (Outing 927f for type), a

Perkins, Bacon & Petch engraving, ink

annotation ‘18 Feby. 1862’ low centre, slight

scuffing, good very fine and rare

£300-400


1180

Hemel-Hempsted Bank (Smith &

Fearnley Whittingstall), £5, 19 December

1855, serial number 5367, black and white,

value in blue underprint at centre, cherubs

and maidens, manuscript signature of William

Smith low right (Outing 927e), a Perkins,

Bacon & Petch engraving, almost very fine,

rare and attractive

£500-700

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1179

Hemel-Hempsted Bank (Smith &

Fearnley Whittingstall), £5, 15 May 1855,

serial number 4352, black and white, cherubs

and maidens, manuscript signature of E.F.

Whittingstall low right (Outing 927e),

officially cut and rejoined, almost fine, rare

£300-400

1181

Hemel-Hempsted Bank (Smith &

Fearnley Whittingstall), £10, 14 December

1855, serial number 2646, black and white,

value in blue underprint at centre, Britannia

and allegorical maidens at centre, maiden

(Victory) low left and right, manuscript

signature of William Smith low right (Outing

927, denomination not listed), a Perkins,

Bacon & Petch engraving, various

annotations, officially split and rejoined,

almost very fine, rare and attractive

£600-800


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1182

St. Albans Watford, Hemel Hemstead & Herts

Bank (E.Jn. Collett, Wm. Rickford & Wm. Treiss),

£1, 21 March 18(11), serial number 9164, black and

white, value at bottom left, top right and centre, wheat

bushel vignette at top left, duty stamp at centre (bank

name not seen Outing), cut cancelled, good fine

£200-250

1183

Bucks & Oxon Union Bank, Hemel Hempsted

Branch, a proof cheque on account of the Hemel

Hempstead Union, 18- (circa 1879), scrollwork at

left, black, on card (Outing no listed), pencil date ‘Feby

1879’ at bottom, very fine

£30-40

HERTFORD

1184

County Bank, Hertfordshire (Gardiner and

Jaquiss), £5, 20 August 1812, serial number 395,

black and white, parners initials in oval frame top left,

manuscript signature of Gardiner low right (Outing

943a), fine and rare

£350-450

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1185

Hertford Bank (Samuel Adams & Co.), £5, 1

October 1850, serial number A 587, black and white,

value in blue underprint at centre, stag top left,

manuscript signature of Saml. Adams low right

(Outing 944e), cut and rejoined, very good and rare

£150-200

1186

Hertford Bank (Samuel Adams & Co.), £5, 1

October 1854, serial number A 1589, black and white,

value in blue underprint at centre, stag top left,

manuscript signature of Saml. Adams low right

(Outing 944e), cut and rejoined, red tax stamp at left,

various annotations, fine, rare

£300-400

1187

Hertford Bank (Samuel Adams & Co.), £10, 1

October 1850, serial number A 648, black and white,

value in blue underprint at centre, stag top left,

manuscript signature of Saml. Adams low right

(Outing 944e), cut and rejoined, multiple annotations,

very good, rare

£300-400


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ROYSTON

1188

Royston Bank (Fordham, Fordham & Fordham), £5, 1 October 1845, serial number

8949, black and white, value in blue underprint at centre, partners initials in oval frame top

left, manuscript signature of Henry Fordham low right (Outing-), cut and rejoined, fine and

rare

£200-250

1189

Royston Bank (Fordham, Fordham & Fordham), £5, 24 October 1849, serial number

11900, black and white, value in blue underprint at centre, partners initials in oval frame top

left, manuscript signature of Henry Fordham low right (Outing-), cut and rejoined, fine and

rare

£300-400

1190

Royston Bank (Fordham, Fordham & Fordham), £10, 5 February 1851, serial number

D 1810, black and white, value in blue underprint at centre, partners initials in oval frame

top left, manuscript signature of John George Fordham low right (Outing-), good fine and

rare

£400-500

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1192

St. Albans Bank (John Sam. Story), £5, 18 May

1848, serial number 7315, black and white, arms

within wreath at left, manuscript signature of J.S. Story

at low right (Outing 1857c), discolouration at centre,

annotations on reverse, good fine

£150-200

1193

St. Albans Bank, unissued £5, 18-, no serial number,

black and white, bankers’ initials and arms at left, value

at bottom left, centre and top right (not seen in

Outing), large area discoloured, otherwise a crisp

extremely fine

£120-180

ST. ALBANS

1191

St. Albans and Hertfordshire Bank, £1, 5 December 181(2), serial number

10183, black and white, value at bottom left and top right, wheat bushel

vignette at top left, manuscript signature at bottom right (not seen in Outing),

ink annotations and heavy toning, curiously annotated with ‘Collett’ on obverse,

the prominent banker, and hand signed by the banker William Treiss, good

£150-200

53

1194

Bank of Saint Albans, £5, 8 April 18(42), serial

number 2063, black and white, value at bottom left in

likeness of Bank of England notes, Britannia vignette

with arms at top left, manuscript signature of George

Alfred Muskett at bottom right (Outing 1859a), heavy

annotation and handstamped ‘LONDON &

WESTMINSTER’ on reverse, very good

£150-200

1195

St. Albans and Herts Bank (Gibson & Sturt), £20,

1 January 18(96), serial number 118, black and white,

value at bottom left, top right and centre, dear and

shield at top left, manuscript signature of Edward

Gibson at bottom right (Outing 1860), ‘BANK OF

ENGLAND’ handstamped obverse, numerous

annotations and mounting on reverse, good

£400-500


1197

Tring, Aylesbury & Chesham Bank (Thos.

Butcher & Sons), unissued £5, 18- (c.1870-

99), serial number 17818, black and white

with blue protector, value at bottom left and

top right, oak tree vignette at left, place of

issue in guilloche design on reverse in blue

(Outing 2199g) lovely, fresh, about

uncirculated

£150-200

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1196

Tring, Aylesbury & Chelsham Bank,

reverse proof on card, black and white, bank

name in guilloche design at centre (not seen

in Outing), pencil annotations at bottom,

dated ‘Sep 26 1858’ in pencil at bottom right,

mount marks on reverse, some light surface

dirt, about extremely fine

£40-60

1198

Tring, Aylesbury & Chesham Bank (Thos.

Butcher & Sons), unissued £10, 18-

(c.1870-99), serial number 7313, black and

white with green protector, value at bottom

left and top right, oak tree vignette at left,

place of issue in guilloche design on reverse in

green (Outing 2199i) about uncirculated, a

beautiful item

£150-200


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1199

Ware (Samuel Adams & Co.), £5, 1 January 18(55),

serial number A1096, black and white, vignette of deer

at top left, value at bottom left, top right and centre as

protector, manuscript signature of Samuel Adams at

bottom right (Outing 2265b), duty stamp at centre,

toning and numerous annotations, fine

£200-300

1200

Ware (Cobham & Jones), £1, 30 June 181(9), serial

number 8785, black and white, vignette of deer at top

left, value at bottom left, top right and centre,

manuscript signature of Thomas Jones at bottom

right, duty stamp at left (Outing 2267c), some toning,

‘Tho.Walker, Rutland’ annotated on reverse, a

presentable about fine

£150-200

1201

Ware (George Cass Snr., John Cass & Edwd.

Chuck), £1, 2 November 18(20), serial number

3491, black and white, vignette of deer at top left,

value at bottom left, top right and centre, manuscript

signature of E.Chuck at bottom right, value on reverse

at centre (Outing 2267c), heavy toning and

annotation, good

£150-200

WARE

55

1202

Ware (George Cass Snr., John Cass & Edwd.

Chuck), £5, 11 January 18(20), serial number 299,

black and white, vignette of deer at top left, value at

bottom left, top right and centre, manuscript signature

of George Cass at bottom right, value on reverse at

centre (Outing 2267c), heavy toning and annotation,

good

£200-250

WATFORD

1203

Watford (Horwill, Pike & Co.), £1, 9 July 182(3),

serial number A311, black and white, value at top left,

top right, centre and bottom left, bushel of a wheat

vignette at centre, manuscript signature of Joseph Pike

at bottom right, revenue stamp on reverse in black and

red (Outing 2288a), evidence of mounting on reverse,

otherwise fine

£300-400


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1205

Bank Huntingdon (John Perkins & Co.), £1, 26

March 180(?), serial number L622, black and white,

vignette of hunting scene at left, value at low left and

top right, manuscript signature of John Perkins at low

right (Outing 1035a), backed with thin tissue paper for

strength, fragile but no pieces missing, so about good

£120-160

HUNTINGDONSHIRE

HUNTINGDON

1204

Huntingdonshire Bank (Charles & John

Pasheller), unissued £1, 2 September 1825, serial

number 825N, black and white, signatures in vignette

at top left, value at low left, black and red duty stamp

on reverse (Outing 1034a), dated but not signed, small

amount of rust damage, very good

£100-150

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1206

Bank Huntingdon (John Perkins & Co.), £5, 26

September 1805, serial number N160, black and

white, vignette of hunting scene at left, value at low

left and top right, manuscript signature of John

Perkins at low right (Outing 1035b, date later than

listed), mounted on thin card, fine

£300-400


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Bank Huntingdon (John Perkins & Co.), £10, 1 March 1794, serial number C173,

black and white, vignette of hunting scene at top centre, value at low left, manuscript

signature of John Perkins at low right (Outing 1035c), trimmed, mounted on thin card,

presentable and very good

£300-400

1208

Bank Huntingdon (John Perkins & Co.), £10, 4 April 1793, serial number M247,

black and white, vignette of hunting scene at top centre, value at low left, manuscript

signature of John Perkins at low right (Outing 1035c), about fine

£400-500

1209

Huntingdon Town and County Bank (Geoe Rust, Davd Veasey, David Veasey Jnr.

& Chas Veasey), cancelled £10, 22 November 1833, serial number 8, 501-, black and

white with blue value at centre, vignette of hunting scene at left, value at low left and top

right (Outing 1036 for bank, this partnership ‘not seen’), cut and rejoined, signature cut

cancelled, damage along white margin, trimmed, overall about very good and very rare

£300-350

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1210

St. Neots Bank (Rix, Gorham &

Inkersole), £1, 8 July 1810, serial number

23251, black and white, vignette with

bankers initials at left, value at low left and

top right, no ONE in underprint (Outing

1879a), very good and scarce

£100-150

1212

St. Neots Bank (Rix, Gorham &

Inkersole), £1, 1 October 1824, serial

number 2518, black and white, vignette with

bankers initials at left, value at low left and

top right, large black ONE in underprint,

black and red duty stamp on reverse,

manuscript signature of Inkersole at low right

(Outing 1879b), very good and scarce

£150-200

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1211

St. Neots Bank (Rix, Gorham &

Inkersole), £1, 6 January 1813, serial

number 909, black and white, vignette with

bankers initials at left, value at low left and

top right, large black ONE in underprint,

black and red duty stamp on reverse,

manuscript signature of Rix at low right

(Outing 1879b), cut and rejoined, very good

and scarce

£100-150


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ASHBY DE LA ZOUCH

1213

Ashby & Meacham Bank (Fishers, Simmonds &

Mammatt), £5, 17 May 1831, serial number 4665,

black & white, arms lower left, manuscript signature of

Edward Mammatt lower right, reverse revenue seal

(Outing 54a), very good, rare

£300-400

1214

Ashby & Meacham Bank (Fishers, Simmonds &

Mammatt), £10, 1 November 1833, serial number

1019, black & white, value in blue at centre, arms

lower left, manuscript signature of Edward Mammatt,

lower right (Outing 54c), about fine, rare

£400-600

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HARBOROUGH

(MARKET HARBOROUGH)

1215

Harborough Bank (Thos Inkersole, Jas Goddard

& Holland Goddard), cancelled £5, 1 September

1840, serial number 4024, black and white, value at

low left, manuscript signature of Holland Goddard at

low right, reverse Harborough Bank vignette at centre

(Outing 1397g), trimmed on left edge, ink cancelled on

signature, bankruptcy stamp on obverse, very good

£200-250

1216

Harborough Bank (Thos Inkersole, Jas Goddard

& Holland Goddard), £5, 18 October 1841, serial

number 6664, black and white, value at low left,

manuscript signature of Holland Goddard at low

right, reverse Harborough Bank vignette at centre

(Outing 1397f), trimmed, bankruptcy stamp on

obverse, very good and scarce

£200-250


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Harborough Bank (Thos Inkersole, Jas Goddard & Holland Goddard), £10, 25

March 1839, serial number 1823, black and white, value at low left, manuscript signature

of Holland Goddard at low right, reverse Harborough Bank vignette at centre (Outing

1397h), trimmed, bankruptcy stamp on obverse, small hole at centre, otherwise very good and

very scarce

£300-400

1218

Harborough Bank (Thos Inkersole, Jas Goddard & Holland Goddard), cancelled

£10, 21 December 1839, serial number 2520, black and white, value at low left,

manuscript signature of Holland Goddard at low right, reverse Harborough Bank vignette

at centre (Outing 1397i), cut and rejoined, slightly trimmed, bankruptcy stamp on obverse,

ink cancelled over signature, a very presentable about fine and scarce

£400-500

1219

Harborough Bank (Thos Inkersole, Jas Goddard & Holland Goddard), cancelled

£10, 19 October 1840, serial number 3487 black and white, value at low left, manuscript

signature of Holland Goddard at low right, reverse Harborough Bank vignette at centre

(Outing 1397i), cut and rejoined, slightly trimmed, bankruptcy stamp on obverse, ink

cancelled over signature, very good and scarce

£350-400

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HINCKLEY

1220

Hinckley Bank (Wm Brown & Jas Blakesley), proof

5 guineas, ND (c.1807), black and white, vignette of

allegorical maiden with anchor at top left, value at low

left (Outing 963 for bank, partnership and

denomination not listed), mounted on blue paper,

extremely fine and rare

£300-400

1221

Hinckley Bank (Sansome & Blakesley), £1, 4

October 1821, serial number 305 2, black and white,

vignette of allegorical maiden with anchor at top left,

value at low left, black and red revenue stamp on

reverse (Outing 963a), original and fresh good fine

£200-300

1222

Hinkley Commercial Bank (Charles Jervis & Co.),

cancelled £1, May 1825, serial number J 702, black

and white, arms at top left, value at low left (Outing

964a), large black CANCELLED handstamp across

obverse, very good

£150-200

63

LEICESTER

1223

Leicester Bank (Bellairs, Welby & Co.), £1, 15

November 1811, serial number J930, black and white,

arms at left, value at low left and centre right (Outing

1166a), about very good

£80-120

1224

Leicester Bank (Bellairs, Welby & Co.), £5, 4

December 1812, serial number O244, black and

white, arms at top left, value at low left (Outing

1166b), split and rejoined, trimmed, some repair work

at centre thus very good

£100-150

1225

Leicester Bank (Bellairs, Welby & Co.), £5, 18

April 1814, serial number 2422, black and white, arms

at top left, value at low left (Outing 1166b), attractive

and original about fine

£150-200


1226

Leicester Bank (Bellairs, Welby & Co.), £10, 2

November 1812, serial number L492, black and

white, arms at top left, value at low left (Outing

1166c), trimmed, repaired at top and bottom, fragile,

thus good

£150-200

1227

Leicester Bank (Bentley & Buxton), 1 guinea, 3

May 1803, serial number W133, black and white, arms

at top left, value at low left (Pick 1165a), fragile thus

good

£200-300

1228

Leicester Bank (Bentley & Buxton), 5 guineas, 31

March 1790, serial number F503, black and white,

arms at left, value at low left (Outing 1165b), good

£250-350

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Leicester Bank (Bentley & Buxton), 5 guineas, 15

February 1798, serial number D958, black and white,

arms at left, value at low left (Outing 1165b), cut and

rejoined, fragile, good

£200-250

1230

Leicester Bank (Bentley & Buxton), £10, 6 April

1791, serial number F963, black and white, arms at

left, value at low left (Outing 1165c), diagonally cut

and rejoined, lower right corner missing and hole

through the value, good

£250-350

1231

Leicester Bank (Bentley & Buxton), cancelled £10,

18 March 1803, serial number 408W, black and white,

arms at left, value at low left (Outing 1165d),

signature cut cancelled, fresh and original very good

£350-400


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1232

Leicester Bank (Thomas Paget and Thomas

Tertius Paget), cancelled £5, 20 October 1884, serial

number Y963, black and white with large blue value at

centre, bankers initials in vignette at left, value at low

left and top right (Outing 1171b), cancelled with red

ink, handstamped on reverse, a fresh and original good

fine

£400-450

1233

Leicester Bank (Thomas Guy Paget, Edwin

Clephan and Thomas Grosvenor Lee.), cancelled

£5, 13 February 1893, serial number D565, black and

white with large green value at centre, bankers initials

in vignette at left, value at low left and top right

(Outing 117 for bank, unlisted partnership), cancelled

with red ink, multiple handstamps on reverse, a fresh

and original fine, rare

£450-550

1234

Leicester Bank (Thomas Paget and Thomas

Tertius Paget), cancelled £10, 29 April 1878, serial

number G430, black and white with large red value at

centre, bankers initials in vignette at left, value at low

left and top right (Outing 1171d), cut and rejoined,

cancelled with red ink, handstamped on reverse, original

fine

£300-400

65

1235

Leicestershire Bank (Pares, Paget, Pares &

Heygate), £1, 14 January 1809, serial number 91103,

black and white, bankers initials in vignette at left,

value at low left (Outing 1167a, this note with a

trading name), small stains at right and top left,

pinholes, overall about fine and rare

£400-500

1236

Leicestershire Bank (Thos Pares, Thos Paget, John

Pares & James Heygate), unissued £5, 180-

(c.1809), black and white, bankers initials in vignette

at left, value at low left (Outing 1167b, this note with

a trading name), right corner tips missing, some holes,

overall very good, rare

£400-500

1237

Leicester & Leicestershire Bank (John Clarke,

Richard Mitchell, Joseph Philips & Thomas

Smith), £5, 1 September 1841, serial number N791,

black and white, dove in cartouche at left, arms at

centre, value at top right (Outing 1169c), presentable

very good

£300-400


1239

Leicester and Leicestershire Bank (John

Clarke, Richard Mitchell, Joseph Philips

& Thomas Smith), £10, 21 April 1842,

serial number L935, black and white, arms at

left, value at low left and top right (Outing

1169e), bankruptcy stamp on obverse,

presentable and very good

£400-500

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Leicester & Leicestershire Bank (John

Clarke, Richard Mitchell, Joseph Philips

& Thomas Smith), cancelled £5, 24 January

1841, serial number J534, black and white,

arms at top left, value at low left and top right

(Outing 1169d), four cancellation holes, cut

and rejoined, very good

£200-250

1240

Leicester and Leicestershire Bank (John Clarke,

Richard Mitchell, Joseph Philips & Thomas

Smith), cancelled £20, 19 May 1842, serial number

B202, black and white, arms at left, value at low left

and top right (Outing 1169g), four cancellation

holes, a presentable very good, rare

£500-700


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LUTTERWORTH

1241

Lutterworth Bank (John Clarke, Richard Mitchell,

Joseph Philips & Thomas Smith), cancelled £5,

March 1842, serial number B555, black and white,

arms at left, value at low left and top right (Outing

1308c), four cancellation holes, pinholes at top left,

original about fine, rare

£400-500

MELTON MOWBRAY

1242

Melton Mowbray Bank (Bentley & Buxton), proof

5 guineas, ND (c.1790’s), black and white, arms at

upper left, value at low left (Outing unlisted, see

Leicester 1165b for partnership), mounted on blue

paper, extremely fine and very rare

£600-800

67

UNKNOWN TOWN OF ISSUE

1243

Pares’s Leicestershire Banking Company, Limited,

reverse proof for a £5, c.1880, brown, large value at

centre surrounded by bank name and smaller values,

printed by Waterlow & Sons (Outing 1173 for bank),

mounted on card, glue marks showing through in places,

good very fine and rare

£150-200

1244

Pares’s Leicestershire Banking Company, Limited,

reverse proof for a £10, c.1880, orange, large value at

centre with bank name and smaller values above and

below, printed by Waterlow & Sons (Outing 1173 for

bank), mounted on card, glue marks showing through in

places, good very fine and rare

£150-200

1245

Pares’s Leicestershire Banking Company, Limited,

reverse proof for a £20, c.1880, red-purple, large value

at centre surrounded by bank name and flanked by

smaller values, printed by Waterlow & Sons (Outing

1173 for bank), mounted on card, glue marks showing

through in places, good very fine and rare

£150-200


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1246

North Lincolnshire Bank (Jos. R. Pease, Tho.

Harrison, Josiah Prickett, Tho. Marris Junr. &

Wm. Gradurn), proof bill of exchange addressed to

London bankers Robt. & Thos. Harrison, 179-, no

serial number, black and white, vignette of windmill at

top left, five trees emblem at left with date “1790”

below (see Outing 81 for type), mounted on blue

paper, minimal surface marks and toning, otherwise

about uncirculated

£40-60

1247

North Lincolnshire Bank (Jos. Marris, Thos.

Marris, Rich. Nicholson & Co.), 1 Guinea, 10 May

18(10), serial number L2162, black and white, value

at lower left, top left and centre, fleece at top left with

wheatsheaf below, ‘five tree’ emblem at left, duty

stamp at left, manuscript signature of Thos. Marris at

lower right (Outing 81a), about fine

£100-150

1248

North Lincolnshire Bank (Jos. Marris, Thos.

Marris, Rich. Nicholson & Co.), £1, 29 May

18(11), serial number E967, black and white, value at

lower left, top right and centre in cloud, fleece at top

left with wheatsheaf below, ‘five tree’ emblem at left,

duty stamp at left, manuscript signature of Thos.

Marris at lower right (Outing 81d), bankruptcy

handstamp on reverse, some toning, fine

£120-160

LINCOLNSHIRE

BARTON

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1249

North Lincolnshire Bank (Jos. Marris, Thos.

Marris, Rich. Nicholson & Co.), 5 Guineas, 14 June

18(10), serial number D4737, black and white, value

at left and top right, fleece at top left with wheatsheaf

below, ‘five tree’ emblem at left, duty stamp at lower

left, manuscript signature of Thos. Marris at lower

right (Outing 81b), bankruptcy handstamp on reverse

along with ink annotations, halved and rejoined and

toned, fine

£200-250

1250

North Lincolnshire Bank (Jos. Marris, Thos.

Marris, Rich. Nicholson & Co.), 10 Guineas, 10

May 18(10), serial number D909, black and white,

value at lower left, centre and top right, fleece at top

left with wheatsheaf below, ‘five tree’ emblem at left,

duty stamp at left, manuscript signature of Thos.

Marris at lower right (Outing 81b), bankruptcy

handstamp on reverse along with ink annotations,

halved and rejoined, about fine

£250-300


1251

Boston Bank (William Ingelow), £1, 1 December

1819, serial number 26833, black and white, partners

initials top left, manuscript signature of William

Ingelow (Outing 227c), punch cancelled, very good

£80-120

1252

Boston Bank (William Ingelow & Son), £1, 8

September 1825, serial number D3310, black and

white, partners initials at left, value in underprint at

centrem manusript signature f William Ingelow low

right, reverse revenue seal (Outing 227b), fine, scarce

£150-200

1253

Boston Bank (William Ingelow & Son), £1 (2), 2

June 1823, 8 October 1824, prefixes D and B, black

and white, partners initials at left, value in underprint

at centrem manusript signature of William Ingelow

low right, reverse revenue seal (Outing 227b), very

good to fine, scarce (2)

£120-160

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1254

Boston Bank (William Ingelow & Son), £1, 8 June

1823, serial number B 8728, black and white, partners

initials at left, value in underprint at centrem

manusript signature of William Ingelow low right,

reverse revenue seal (Outing 227b), bankruptcy

overprint on face, clipped, fine, scarce

£80-120

1255

Boston Bank (William Ingelow & Son), £10, 2 May

18(23), serial number A2744, black and white, value

at lower left, bankers’ initials at top left (Outing

227b), cropped edges, Bankruptcy stamp on obverse, ink

annotations on reverse, good

£150-200

1256

Boston Bank (Garfit, Claypon & Garfit), £1, 30

October 1805, serial number C 6064, black and

white, partners initials top top left, manuscript

signature of W. Garfit (Outing 223a), very good

£100-140


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1257

Boston Bank (Claypon, Garfit & Claypons), £1, 18

April 1815, serial number R 7611, blacl and white,

partners initials top left, manuscript signature of J

Claypon low right (Outing 223e), manuscript

‘Cancelled Nov 19 1866’ on reverse, good fine, pleasing

£300-400

1258

Boston Bank (Claypon, Garfit & Claypons), £1, 1

January 1825, serial number 8098, blacl and white,

partners initials top left, manuscript signature of J

Claypon low right (Outing 223e), revenue seal on

reverse, fine, pleasing

£150-200

1259

Boston Bank (Claypon, Garfit & Claypons), £1, 2

August 1823, serial number 2386, blacl and white,

partners initials top left, manuscript signature of W

Garfit low right (Outing 223e), revenue seal on reverse,

very fine, pleasing, rare in this grade

£300-400

71

1260

Boston Bank (Thomas Garfit, William Garfit,

John Ingoldby, Thomas Cheney Garfit & William

Lane Claypon), £10, 3 March 188(3), serial number

B6168, black and white, value at lower left, top right

and centre as protector in green, printed by Perkins

Bacon & Co., includes a proof £10 of an earlier 1883

design (see Outing 223j) handstamped CANCELLED

twice in purple, cancellation holes, ink annotations on

reverse, otherwise fine, rare (2)

£350-400

1261

Boston Bank (Bartholomew Claypon, William

Garfit & Thomas Garfit), a pair of proof £5 and

£10, 186- & 187-, no serial numbers, black and white,

partners initials in oval frame top left, value at lower

left and top right (Outing 223i), pencil ‘from this’,

slight damage low right otherwise good very fine, rare (2)

£150-200


1262

Boston Bank (Bartholomew Claypon, William

Garfit & Thomas Garfit), a pair of proof £5 and

£10, both 186- (c.1861), no serial numbers, black and

white, partners initials in oval frame top left, value at

lower left and top right (Outing 223h & 223i), pencil

‘from this’, mount marks on reverse, some damage to

corners otherwise about extremely fine (2)

£150-200

1263

Boston Bank (Susan Claypon, Thomas Garfit,

William Garfit, John Ingoldby, Thomas Cheney

Garfit & William Lane Claypon), a pair of proof £5

and £10, both 187- & 187- (c.1875 & c.1882), no

serial numbers, black and white, partners initials in

oval frame top left, value at lower left and top right

(Outing 223j and not seen), pencil ‘from this’, mount

marks on reverse, section removed otherwise about

extremely fine (2)

£150-200

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Boston Bank (Joseph Claypon, Bartholomew

Claypon, William Garfit & Thomas Garfit), proof

£10, 18- (c.1875 & c.1882), no serial numbers, black

and white, partners initials in oval frame top left, value

at lower left and top right (not seen in Outing), pencil

‘from this’, mount marks on reverse, about extremely fine

£150-200

1265

Boston Bank (Garfit, Claypon & Co.), proof £5

and £10 (2), both 188-, no serial numbers black and

white, partners initials in oval frame top left (see

Outing 223k for type), lower quarter of note excised,

rare (2)

£80-120

1266

Boston Bank (Garfit, Claypon & Co.), a collection

of proof bills of exchange, 18- (c. 1885-90), no serial

numbers, black and white, addressed to various

London bankers, among them Lloyds and Hoares,

includes bills of exchange for Claypons, Garfit & Co

(3) (see 223 for same partnership name), light surface

dirt and mount marks on reverse, pencil annotations,

generally extremely fine (8)

£120-150


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1267

Boston Bank (Abraham Sheath & Co.), £1, 23 May

1814, serial number 1226, black and white, partners

initials top left, manuscript signature of Challis Sheath

low right (Outing 225, denomination not listed),

clipped, very good to fine

£150-200

1268

Boston Bank (Ed. Wilford), £1, 8 September 1812,

serial number 741, black and white, partners initials

top left, manusript signature of Edward Wilford low

right (Outing 228a), very good, scarce

£100-150

1269

Boston Bank (Abraham Sheath & Son), 1 guinea, 1

May 1815, serial number B 1075, black and white,

partners initials top left, manusript signature of Challis

Sheath low right (Outing 225a), very good

£140-180

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1270

Boston Bank (Abraham Sheath & Son), 1 guinea,

16 April 1814, serial number B 20029, black and

white, partners initials top left, manusript signature of

Challis Sheath low right (Outing 225a), backed on

card, very good

£140-180

1271

Boston Bank (Abraham Sheaf & Son), 10 Guineas,

19 November 18(11), serial number A3657, black and

white, value at lower left, manuscript signature at

lower right (Outing 225c), cropped edges, toned, fine

£200-250

1272

Boston Bank (Thomas Gee, Thomas Wise and

William Gee Junr.), proof £10, 18- (c.1864), no

serial number, black and white, arms in garter at top

left, value at lower left and right (not seen in Outing,

similar partnership to Outing 224), mount marks on

reverse, pencil annotations at lower right, good very fine

£150-200


1273

Boston Bank (Henry & Thos. Gee & Co.), proof

£10, 18- (c.1864), no serial number, black and white,

arms in garter at top left, value at lower left and right

(not seen in Outing), mount marks on reverse, pencil

annotations at lower right, some surface dirt, very fine

£150-200

1274

Boston Bank (Thomas Gee, Thomas Wise and

William Gee Junr.), a collection of proof bills of

exchange, 18- (c. 1859), no serial numbers, black and

white, arms at left in garter, addressed to London

bankers Robarts, Curtis & Co (2) and Roberts,

Lubbock & Co (2) (see 225b for same partnership

name), light surface dirt and mount marks on reverse,

generally extremely fine (4)

£60-80

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Boston Bank (Susan Claypon, Thomas Garfit,

William Ingoldby, Thomas Cheney Garfit &

William Lane Claypon), pair of proof £5, 187- &

188-, no serial numbers, black and white, partners

initials in oval frame top left (Outing 223j for similar,

this partnership not listed), pencil annotation in field,

second note signature area excised, good very fine, rare

(2)

£150-200

1276

Boston Bank (Susan Claypon, William Garfit,

Thomas Garfit, William Garfit Junr. & Ingoldby),

a pair of proof £5, 186- & 187-, no serial numbers,

black and white, partners initials in oval frame top left,

value at lower left and top right (Outing 223i), pencil

‘from this’, slight damage low right otherwise good very

fine, rare (2)

£200-250

1277

Boston Bank (Garfit, Claypon & Co.), proof £5

and £10 (2), 188- (c. 1884), no serial numbers black

and white, partners initials in oval frame top left (see

Outing 223k for type), pencil annotations and cropped

edges, mount marks on reverse, otherwise extremely fine

(2)

£100-150


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1278

Boston Bank (Thomas Gee, Thomas Wise

and William Gee Junr.), £5, 1 September

1873, serial number I 894, black and white,

value in mauve underprint at centre, arms at

left, manuscript signature of William Gee low

right, includes a 1863 proof for the same

design (see Outing 224b for similar), pale

pink tax stamp top left, a pleasing fine and very

rare (2)

£400-600

1280

Boston Bank (Garfit, Claypon & Co.), £5,

3 January 1887, serial number G 69, black

and white, value in blue at centre, partners

initials in oval frame top left, manuscript

signature of Thomas Cheney Garfit low right

(Outing 223l), crayon ‘Cancelled’ across face,

small perforations, good very fine, fresh and

very attractive, very rare

£400-500

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1279

Boston & Lincolnshire Bank (Willm.

Robt. Shos. Lance. & Jno. Jas. Bernard),

£1, 30 March 18(14), serial number E2566,

black and white, value at lower left, bankers’

initials at top left, manuscript signature at

lower right (Outing 226d), pinholes at left,

toned, fine

£120-150


1282

Boston Bank (The Stamford, Spalding &

Boston Banking Company), proof £5, 18-

(1836-1874), black and white, allegorical

symbols of harvest top left, cathedral top

centre (Outing 2036 for type, not listed for

Boston), a Perkins, Bacon & Ketch engraving,

pencil ‘from this’ low right, good very fine, rare

£300-350

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Boston Bank (William Garfit and Thomas

Garfit), £5, 3 January 1865, serial number A

1859, black and white, value in blue at

centre, partners initials in oval frame top left,

manuscript signature of Thomas arfit low

right (Outing not listed), hand stamped

‘CANCELLED’ across face, perforation PAID

in field, almost very fine, pleasing, very rare

£450-550

1283

Boston & Lincolnshire Bank (Wilm. Robt.

Shos. Lance. & Jn. Jas. Barnard), £10, 31

May 18(14), serial number E814, black and

white, bankers’ initials at top left, value at

bottom left, faint duty stamp at centre left,

manuscript signature of William Barnard (not

seen in Outing), some discolouration and

toning, fine

£200-300


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1284

Skirbeck Quarter, Boston, unissued £1, 18-

(c.1809), no serial number, black and white, bankers’

initials at left, value at bottom left and centre, duty

stamp at centre left (Outing 229b, partnership name

not yet identified), three strong folds, six large holes,

surface dirt and toning, very good

£120-160

1285

Boston (Stamford, Spalding & Boston Banking

Company), a collection of proof bills of exchange, 18-

(c. 1885-90), no serial numbers, black and white (2)

and mauve (1), addressed to London bankers Barclay

& Co (see Outing 2015 for bank name), also a bill of

exchange pull, 183-, no serial number, black and

white, arms at left, addressed to London bankers

Barclay, Fritton, Bevan & Co, attached to manuscript

letter headed ‘Oundle 4th September 1836’,

requesting 300 copies of altered design (Outing

2036), light surface dirt and mount marks on reverse,

pencil or ink annotations, generally very fine to

extremely fine (4)

£80-100

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GAINSBOROUGH

1286

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company Limited,

Gainsborough Branch, a proof £5 and £10, 18-,

black and white, arms at top left, value at bottom left

and top right, text in tableau at centre, Gainsborough

All Saints Church vignette at top centre, payable at

their London bankers Prescott, Grote, Cave, Foster &

Co. (see Outing 1193 for type), both with mount

marks on reverse and pencil annotations reading ‘5th

Jan 1874’, about uncirculated (2)

£200-250

1287

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company Limited,

Gainsborough Branch, a pair of proof £5, 18-, black

and white, arms at top left, value at bottom left and

top right, text in tableau at centre, Gainsborough All

Saints Church vignette at top centre, payable at their

London bankers Prescott, Cave, Foster, Buxton,

Lodger & Co. (see Outing 1193 for type), both with

mount marks on reverse and pencil annotations, one

dated ‘7th May/85’, one cropped at top edge and the

another with section cut out at lower right, otherwise

attractive and about uncirculated (2)

£100-150


1288

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company Limited,

Gainsborough Branch, a proof £5 and £10, 18-,

black and white, arms at top left, value at bottom left

and top right, text in tableau at centre, Gainsborough

All Saints Church vignette at top centre, payable at

their London bankers Prescott, Grote, Ames, Cave &

Grote (see Outing 1193 for type), both with mount

marks on reverse and pencil annotations, otherwise

attractive and about uncirculated (2)

£200-250

1289

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company Limited,

Gainsborough Branch (Prescott, Grote, Ames,

Cave, and Grote), proof £10, 18-, no serial number,

black and white, arms at top left, value at bottom left

and top right, text in tableau at centre, Gainsborough

All Saints Church vignette at top centre (see Outing

1193 for type), mount marks on reverse, pencil

annotation dated ‘Feb 23rd/93’, cropped top and lower

edges otherwise good extremely fine

£120-150

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1290

Grantham Bank (Manners & Scott), £1, 14 June

18(09), serial number J1734, black and white,

bankers’ initials at left, value at bottom left and centre,

duty stamp at left, manuscript signature of John

William Scott at bottom right (Outing 841b),

bankruptcy handstamp on reverse dated 1811, ink stain

at top right, about fine

£100-150

1291

Grantham Bank (Manners & Scott), £1, 4 October

18(10), serial number M860, black and white,

bankers’ initials at left, value at bottom left and centre,

duty stamp at left, manuscript signature of John

Manners at bottom right (Outing 841b), bankruptcy

handstamp on reverse, discolouration otherwise good fine

£100-150

1292

Grantham Bank (Manners & Scott), £5, 25 April

18(09), serial number F1698, black and white,

bankers’ initials at left, value at bottom left and centre,

manuscript signature of John William Scott at bottom

right (Outing 841c), bankruptcy handstamp on reverse

dated 1811, toning and repair of left hole at centre with

paper, very good

£100-150


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1293

Grantham Bank (Hardy & Company), proof £10

on paper, 18-, no serial number, black and white,

bankers’ initials at left, value at bottom left, top right,

and centre in red as protector, bankers’ names and

initials in green on reverse (Outing 844e), original

and fresh, about uncirculated, a beautiful specimen

£300-400

1294

Stamford, Spalding & Boston Banking Company,

Grantham Branch, proof £5 and £10 on card, 18-,

no serial numbers, black and white, value at lower left

and top right, arms at top left, bordered edge, text in

tableau at centre, printed by Perkins Bacon & Petch

(see Outing 2015 for type), mount marks on reverse,

‘SPECIMEN’ handstamped at lower right, pencil

annotations and toning, otherwise about extremely fine

(2)

£250-300

79

LINCOLN

1295

Lincoln Bank (Abraham Sheath, Challis Sheath,

John Steel & John Wray), £1, 8 October 18(13),

serial number 572, black and white, bankers’ initials at

left, value at bottom left and centre, duty stamp at left,

manuscript signature of Challis Sheath at bottom right

(Outing 1192b), bankruptcy handstamp on reverse,

some toning, nevertheless original and attractive, good

very fine

£150-200

1296

Lincoln Bank (Abraham Sheath, Challis Sheath,

John Steel & John Wray), £1, 22 November 18(13),

serial number 977, black and white, bankers’ initials at

left, value at bottom left and centre, duty stamp at left,

manuscript signature of Challis Sheath at bottom right

(Outing 1192b), bankruptcy handstamp on reverse,

toning, good fine

£100-150

1297

Lincoln Bank (Abraham Sheath, Challis Sheath,

John Steel & John Wray), £5, 21 April 18(13), serial

number 14918, black and white, bankers’ initials at

top left, value at bottom left and top right, duty stamp

at left (Outing 1192d), cut cancelled and cropped edges,

bankruptcy handstamp on reverse, very fine

£100-150


1298

Lincoln Bank (Abraham Sheath, Challis Sheath,

John Steel & John Wray), £10, 29 April 18(14),

serial number 9765, black and white on watermarked

paper, bankers’ initials at top left, value at bottom left

and top right, duty stamp at left, manuscript signature

of John Steel at bottom left (Outing 11892e),

bankruptcy handstamp on reverse, toning at edges,

pinholes, fine

£200-300

1299

Lincoln Bank (Abraham Sheath, Challis Sheath,

John Steel & John Wray), £20, 28 April 18(14),

serial number 1729, black and white on watermarked

paper, bankers’ initials at top left, value at bottom left

and top right, duty stamp at left, manuscript signature

of Challis Sheath at bottom left (see Outing 1192 for

partnership name, this denomination not seen),

bankruptcy handstamp on reverse, toning and strong

folding at edges, about fine

£300-350

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1300

Lincoln Bank (Sam. Smith, Richd. & Henry

Ellison), 1 Guinea 18(01), serial number 975 black

and white, arms at top left, value at bottom left, centre

and top right, manuscript signature of Henry Ellison

at bottom right (Outing 1189i, toning and worn edges,

fine

£120-180

1301

Lincoln Bank (Sam. Smith, Richd. & Henry

Ellison), £1, 4 August 18(20), serial number 887,

black and white, arms at top left, value at bottom left,

centre and top right, manuscript signature of George

Moore at bottom right (Outing 1189k), heavily toned,

good

£100-150

1302

Lincoln Bank (Sam. Smith, Henry Ellison &

Company), unissued £5, 18-, no serial number, black

and white, arms at top left, value at bottom left, top

right and centre as protector (see Outing 1189m for

partnership name and type, but more likely 1189q for

correct date), slight foxing, otherwise crisp and about

uncirculated

£150-200


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1303

Lincoln Bank (Smith, Ellison & Company),

unissued £5, 18-, serial number K2270, black and

white, arms at top left, value at bottom left, top right

and centre as protector, guilloche design surrounding

bank name and partnership initials at centre in

turquoise (see Outing 1189m for partnership name

and type, but more likely 1189q for correct date), some

insignificant ink smudges and flecks at left, a beautiful

note, about uncirculated

£250-300

1304

Lincoln Bank (Smith, Ellison & Company),

specimen £5, 18-, serial number P9000, black and

white, arms at top left, value at bottom left, top right

and centre as protector, guilloche design surrounding

bank name and partnership initials at centre in blue

(see Outing 1189m for partnership name and type,

but more likely 1189q for correct date), pencil

annotation at top left reads ‘June 17 - 87’, perforated

‘SPECIMEN B.W&Co LONDON’, beautiful, about

uncirculated

£250-300

81

1305

Lincoln Bank (Smith, Ellison & Company),

specimen £5, 18-, serial number R10000, black and

white, arms at top left, value at bottom left, top right

and centre as protector, guilloche design surrounding

bank name and partnership initials at centre in blue

(see Outing 1189m for partnership name and type,

but more likely 1189q for correct date), pencil

annotation at top left reads ‘Sep 11/90’, beautiful,

about uncirculated

£250-300

1306

Lincoln Bank (Smith, Ellison & Company),

specimen £5, 19-, serial number T10000, black and

white, arms at top left, value at bottom left, top right

and centre as protector, guilloche design surrounding

bank name and partnership initials at centre in blue

(see Outing 1189m for partnership name and type,

but more likely 1189q for correct date), perforated

‘SPECIMEN’, pencil annotation at top left reads ‘19th

April 1901’, beautiful, about uncirculated

£250-300


1307

Lincoln Bank (Smith, Ellison & Company),

specimen £10, 18- (circa 1890), serial number G5000,

black and white, arms at top left, value at bottom left

and top, guilloche design surrounding bank name and

partnership initials at centre in brown (not seen, see

Outing 1189m for partnership name and type, but see

1189q for likely £5 of the same set), pencil annotation

at top left reads ‘Sep 11/90’, about uncirculated

£350-400

1308

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company, specimen

£5 on card, 18- (c.1848), no serial number, black and

white, arms at top left, value at bottom left and top

right, text in tableau at centre, Lincoln cathedral

vignette at top centre (see Outing 1193a for type),

pencil annotation at bottom left dated ‘June 6th 1848’,

‘SPECIMEN’ handstamped at bottom right, mount

marks on reverse, discolouration and toning, otherwise

very fine

£80-120

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1309

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company, specimen

£5 on paper, 18-, no serial number, black and white,

arms at top left, value at bottom left and top right, text

in tableau at centre, Lincoln cathedral vignette at top

centre (see Outing 1193a for type), pencil annotation

at bottom right, mount marks on reverse, toned in placed

but attractive, about extremely fine

£150-180

1310

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company, specimen

£5 on paper, 18-, no serial number, black and white,

arms at top left, value at bottom left and top right, text

in tableau at centre, Lincoln cathedral vignette at top

centre (see Outing 1193a for type), pencil annotation

at bottom left dated ‘May 13th 1891’, mount marks on

reverse, cropped at bottom otherwise about extremely fine

£60-80


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1311

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company Limited,

specimen £5 on card, 19- (c.1902), no serial number,

black and white, arms at top left, value at bottom left

and top right, text in tableau at centre, Lincoln

cathedral vignette at top centre, printed by Perkins

Bacon (Outing 1193), pencil annotation at bottom left

dated ‘Oct 7th 1902’, cancellation holes at low centre,

mount marks on reverse, corners cropped, otherwise

about uncirculated

£200-250

1312

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company Limited,

specimen £5 on card, 19- (c.1903), no serial number,

black and white, arms at top left, value at bottom left

and top right, text in tableau at centre, Lincoln

cathedral vignette at top centre (Outing 1193), pencil

annotation at bottom left dated ‘September 23rd/03’,

cropped at bottom edge, the slightest surface dirt and ink

smudging otherwise about uncirculated

£40-50

1313

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company Limited,

£5, 1 May 19(17), serial number P101, black and

white, arms at top left, value at bottom left and top

right, text in tableau at centre, Lincoln cathedral

vignette at top centre, manuscript signature of

A.Shawyer at bottom right, printed by Perkins Bacon

(Outing 1193), ink cancelled in pink and grey, thought

fresh and original, very fine

£400-500

83

1314

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company, specimen

£10 on card, 18- (c. 1848), no serial number, black

and white, arms at top left, value at bottom left and

top right, text in tableau at centre, Lincoln cathedral

vignette at top centre (Outing 1193a), ‘SPECIMEN’

handstamped at lower right, pencil annotation at lower

left dated ‘June 18th 1848’, mount marks on reverse,

discoloured at edges, very fine

£150-200

1315

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company, specimen

£10 on card, 18-, no serial number, black and white,

arms at top left, value at bottom left and top right, text

in tableau at centre, Lincoln cathedral vignette at top

centre (Outing 1193a), ‘SPECIMEN’ handstamped at

lower right, discolouration and torn left edge, fine

£100-150

1316

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company Limited,

proof £10, 18-, no serial number, black and white,

arms at top left, value at bottom left and top right, text

in tableau at centre, Lincoln cathedral vignette at top

centre (Outing 1193), pencil annotation, mount marks

on reverse, bottom edge cropped, otherwise about

uncirculated

£40-50


1317

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company Limited,

proof £10, 18- (c. 1892), no serial number, black and

white, arms at top left, value at bottom left and top

right, text in tableau at centre, Lincoln cathedral

vignette at top centre (Outing 1193), pencil

annotation at lower left dated ‘Dec 28th 1892’, mount

marks on reverse, bottom edge cropped, otherwise about

uncirculated

£40-50

1318

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company Limited,

£10, 1 April 19(12), serial number A/J 401, black and

white, arms at top left, value at bottom left and top

right, text in tableau at centre, Lincoln cathedral

vignette at top centre, manuscript signature of

A.Shawyer at bottom right (Outing 1193), ink

cancelled in pink and grey, an attractive and fresh very

fine

£400-600

1319

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company (for

Prescott, Grote, Cave & Cave), a collection of

proofs for sight bills, various dates (c.1860-1870), no

serial numbers, black and white, arms at left, collection

comprises various issuing branches including Boston,

Brigg, Horncastle, Lincoln, Louth and Sleaford,

printed by Perkins Bacon (not seen in Outing), mount

marks on reverse, pencil annotations, generally extremely

fine (20)

£100-150

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1320

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company (for

Prescott, Cave Foster, Buxton, Loder & Co), a

collection of proofs for sight bills, various dates

(c.1870-1880), no serial numbers, black and white,

arms at left, collection comprises various issuing

branches including Boston, Brigg, Horncastle,

Lincoln, Louth and Sleaford, printed by Perkins Bacon

(not seen in Outing), mount marks on reverse, pencil

annotations, generally extremely fine (20)

£100-150

1321

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company Limited

(for Prescott, Cave, Buxton, Loder & Co), a

collection of proofs for sight bills, various dates

(c.1880-1890), no serial numbers, black and white,

arms at left, collection comprises various issuing

branches including Boston, Lincoln and Louth,

printed by Perkins Bacon (not seen in Outing), mount

marks on reverse, pencil annotations, generally extremely

fine (19)

£100-150

1322

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company Limited, a

collection of proofs for sight bills, various dates

(c.1890-1900), no serial numbers, black and white,

arms at left, collection comprises various issuing

branches including Boston, Lincoln and Louth,

includes one proof for London & Westminster Bank,

printed by Perkins Bacon (not seen in Outing), mount

marks on reverse, pencil annotations, generally extremely

fine (19)

£100-150


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LOUTH

1323

Louth (School & Co.), £500, 1798, serial number

a23, black and white, value handwritten at lower left,

vignette of St. James Church at top left, unsigned

(Outing not listed), folded edges and tear at top left,

fine

£100-150

1324

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company, Louth

Branch, proof £5 on card, 183-, no serial number,

black and white, arms at top left, value at bottom left

and top right, text in tableau at centre, Saint James’

Church vignette at top right (see Outing 1193 for

type), mount marks on reverse, very faint discolouration

at left otherwise about uncirculated

£150-200

85

1325

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company, Louth

Branch, a £5 and £10 proof set, 18-, no serial

numbers, black and white, arms at top left, value at

bottom left and top right, text in tableau at centre, All

Saints Church vignette at top right, includes a cropped

segment of a proof £5 (see Outing 1193 for type),

mount marks on reverse, pencil annotations dated

‘March 21st/98’ and ‘June 16th 1893’ respectively, large

sections cropped and excised, otherwise about

uncirculated (3)

£100-120

1326

Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company, Louth

Branch, three £10 proofs, 18-, no serial numbers,

black and white, arms at top left, value at bottom left

and top right, text in tableau at centre, All Saints

Church vignette at top centre (Outing 1193a), mount

marks on reverse, pencil annotations, one is complete, the

other two are cropped or have sections excised, an

interesting and attractive trio, good extremely fine (3)

£100-120


1327

The Hull Banking Company, Louth Branch, proof

£5 on card, 183-, no serial number, black and white,

value and top right and bottom left in style similar to

Bank of England, beautiful vignette of St. James

Church at centre (see Outing 1027 for type), strong

diagonal fold, some light toning, mount marks on

reverse, a pleasing very fine

£200-300

SKIRBECK - SHOULD BE UNDER

BOSTON?

1328

Skirbeck Quarter, Boston, £1, 15 February 18(10),

serial number 69A, black and white, value at lower left,

centre and top right, bankers’ initials at left, (see

Outing 229 for type), cut cancelled, toned, about fine

£150-200

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SLEAFORD

1329

Sleaford Bank (Ant. Peacock, Benj. Handley, Wm.

Kirton & Co.), 5 Guineas, 1 January 179(3), serial

number F133, black and white, value at lower left,

centre and top right, bankers’ initials at top left, duty

stamp at left, (partnership name not seen in Outing),

halved and rejoined, annotation on reverse, lower right

corner missing, fine

£150-180

1330

Skirbeck Quarter, Boston, unissued 1 guinea, 18

May 18(10), serial number D939, black and white on

watermarked paper, value at lower left and top left,

bankers’ initials at left, duty stamp at left (Outing

229b), light toning, a crisp very fine

£150-180

1331

Sleaford Bank (Ant. Peacock, Benj. Handley &

Wm. Kirton), 5 Guineas, 7 March 17(96), serial

number J65, black and white, value at lower left,

centre and top left, bankers’ initials at top left, duty

stamp at left, (Outing 1973c), cut cancelled, inkblot at

lower left, toned, fine

£150-180


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1332

Sleaford Bank (Ant. Peacock, Benj. Handley, Wm.

Kirton & Co.), 10 Guineas, 16 May 179(2), serial

number 1930, black and white, value at lower left,

centre and top right, bankers’ initials at top left, duty

stamp at left (partnership name not seen in Outing),

cut cancelled, toned, repaired on reverse, fine

£150-200

1333

Sleaford Bank (Ant. Peacock, Benj. Handley &

Wm. Kirton), unissued 10 Guineas, 180-, no serial

number, black and white, value at lower left, centre

and top right, bankers’ initials at top left (Outing

1973d), mounted on blue paper, slight toning at left

edge, otherwise about uncirculated

£120-180

1334

Sleaford Bank (Ant. Peacock, Benj. Handley, Wm.

Kirton & Co.), bill of exchange for £117/10, 1 June

179(5), serial number 1912, black and white, bankers’

initials at top left, addressed to London bankers

Down, Thornton, Free (& Cornwall), duty stamp at

left, manuscript signature of Wm. Kirton at lower right

(partnership not seen in Outing), ink cancelled,

annotations on reverse, crisp and original, very fine

£40-60

87

1335

Sleaford & Newark Bank (Peacock, Handley &

Company), £5, 18-, serial number 28958, black and

white, value at lower left, centre as protector and top

right, bankers’ initials at left (see Outing 1973 for

partnership name), perforated ‘CANCELLED’, also

perforated with ‘&CO’ four times, a crisp, fresh very fine

£200-300

1336

Sleaford & Newark Bank (Peacock, Handley &

Company), £1, 7 April 18(62), serial number A4124,

black and white, value at lower left, centre as protector

and top right, bankers’ initials at left (Outing 1973j),

cut cancelled, half and rejoined, toned, about fine

£120-160

1337

Sleaford & Newark Bank (Peacock, Wilson &

Company), £5, 1 January 18(79), serial number

4050, black and white, value at lower left, centre as

protector and top right, bankers’ initials at left

(Outing 1973l), cut cancelled, very slight foxing

otherwise a fresh about uncirculated

£200-300


1338

Sleaford & Newark Bank (Peacock, Wilson &

Company), £5, 19-, no serial number, black and

white, value at lower left, centre as protector and top

right, bankers’ initials at left (Outing 1973l), cut

cancelled at centre and perforated ‘CANCELLED’, a

fresh good extremely fine

£150-250

1339

Sleaford & Newark Bank (Peacock, Wilson &

Company), £5, 1 August 19(11), serial number

14736, black and white, value at lower left, centre as

protector and top right, bankers’ initials at left,

manuscript signature of Wilson at lower right (Outing

1973l), ink cancelled in pink, serial number at top left

removed, about very fine

£250-350

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SPALDING

1340

Spalding Bank (Thomas Jennings & Son), 1

Guinea, 18 July 18(03), serial number A39, black and

white mounted on thin mauve card, value at lower left

and centre, manuscript signature of H.J. Jennings at

lower right (Outing 2012a), torn edges, large hole at

left, top right corner missing, good

£50-80

1341

Spalding Commercial Bank (Jn. Hen. & Geo.

Bugg), £5, 3 My 18(30) serial number 3305, black

and white, value at lower left, top right, and centre in

blue as protector, arms at left, manuscript signature of

Geo. Bugg at lower right, revenue stamp on reverse in

black and red (Outing 2014, not seen), toning at left,

original, fine, and very rare; the first note seen of this

type

£200-300


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SPILSBY ??

1342

Boston & Spilsby Bank (Abraham Sheath, Challis

Sheath & George Smith), £1, 18 September 18(13),

serial number 361, black and white, bankers’ initials at

top left, value at bottom left and top right, interesting

red overprint incorporating value and serial number,

manuscript signature of George Smith at bottom right

(Outing 225d), repaired in two places by tape,

discolouration and toning, good, rare

£200-300

STAMFORD

1343

Stamford Bank (A. W. Bellairs & Son), £1, 17 July

18(11), serial number 12216, black and white, arms at

top left, partnership name at left in tableau, duty stamp

at left, value at lower left and right, manuscript

signature at lower right (Outing 2030a), bankruptcy

handstamp on reverse dated 1814, annotations on

reverse, good fine

£50-60

89

1344

Stamford Bank (A. W. Bellairs & Son), £1, 3 March

18(14), serial number 22205, black and white, arms at

top left, partnership name at left in tableau, value at

lower left and right, manuscript signature of

Buckworth at lower right (Outing 2030a), bankruptcy

handstamp on reverse dated 1814, annotation on reverse

and ink marks, very fine

£50-60

1345

Stamford Bank (A. W. Bellairs & Son), £5, 15

October 18(13), serial number 2617, black and white,

arms at top left, value at lower left, duty stamp at left,

manuscript signature of Bellairs at lower right (Outing

2030b), bankruptcy handstamp on reverse dated 1814,

annotation on reverse, about very fine

£60-80

1346

Stamford Bank (A. W. Bellairs & Son), £10, 13

April 18(13), serial number 2978, black and white,

arms at top, value at lower left, duty stamp at left,

manuscript signature of Bellairs at lower right (Outing

2030c), bankruptcy handstamp on reverse dated 1814,

annotation on reverse, toning at left, good fine

£120-160


1347

Stamford Bank (A. W. Bellairs & Son), £20, 1

October 18(12), serial number 1609, black and white,

arms at top, value at lower left, duty stamp at left,

manuscript signature of Bellairs at lower right (Outing

2030d), bankruptcy handstamp on reverse dated 1814,

halved and rejoined, fine

£120-160

1348

Stamford & Rutland Bank (Will. Johnson & Step.

Eaton), £1, 7 January 18(10), serial number R917,

black and white, value at lower left, top right and

centre, partnership name at left in tableau, partnership

name on reverse in blue (Outing 2033b), cut

cancelled, annotation on reverse, good fine

£150-200

1349

Stamford & Rutland Bank (Stephen Eaton &

Edward Cayley), £1, 25 May 18(19), serial number

6479, black and white, value at lower left, top right

and centre, partnership name at left in tableau,

partnership name on reverse in blue (Outing 2033i),

cut cancelled, annotation and tape attached to reverse,

heavy toning, good

£100-150

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Stamford & Rutland Bank (Will. Johnson & Step.

Eaton), £5, 28 April 18(17), serial number H931,

black and white, value at lower left and top right,

partnership name at left in tableau, partnership name

on reverse, two duty stamps at left (Outing 2033d),

cut cancelled, surface dirt on reverse otherwise an

original and pleasing very fine

£200-250

1351

Stamford & Rutland Bank (Stephen Eaton &

Edward Cayley), £5, 19 April 18(19), serial number

illegible, black and white, value at lower left and top

right, partnership name at left in tableau (Outing

2033k), cut cancelled, halved and rejoined, edges

cropped, heavily toned, good

£50-80

1352

Stamford & Rutland Bank (Stephen Eaton &

Edward Cayley), £5, 25 March 18(30), serial number

M964, black and white, value at lower left, top right

and centre as protector, partnership name at left in

tableau, revenue stamp on reverse in red and black

(Outing 2033n), cut cancelled, heavily toned and edges

cropped, good

£100-150


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1353

Stamford & Rutland Bank (Stephen Eaton &

Edward Cayley), £5, 11 February 18(34), serial

number A271, black and white, value at lower left, top

right and centre as protector, partnership name at left

in tableau, partnership and bank name on reverse in

blue guilloche design, printed by Rowe, Kentish &

Co. (Outing 2033k), cut cancelled, pinholes and light

toning, fine

£200-250

1354

Stamford & Rutland Bank (Eaton, Cayley, Eaton

& Michelson), £5, 11 May 18(54), serial number

7659, black and white, value at lower left, top right

and centre as protector, partnership name at left in

tableau, partnership and bank name on reverse in blue

guilloche design, manuscript signature of Edward

Cayley at lower right, printed by Rowe, Kentish & Co.

(Outing 2033n), ink cancelled, one pair of staple holes

at top centre, otherwise a pleasing and fresh very fine

£300-400

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1355

Stamford & Rutland Bank (Willm. Johnson &

Steph. Eaton), £10, 15 November 181(7), serial

number U15, black and white on watermarked paper,

value at lower left and top right, partnership name at

left in tableau, duty stamp at left, partnership name on

reverse in red (Outing 2033f), cut cancelled, lightly

toned, otherwise a fresh and original very fine

£200-250

1356

Stamford & Rutland Bank (Stephen Eaton &

Edward Cayley), £10, 15 April 18(30), serial number

H594, black and white, value at lower left, top right

and centre as protector, partnership name at left in

tableau, printed by Rowe, Osborne & Co. (Outing

2033m), cut cancelled, toned, ink annotations on

reverse, good fine

£200-250

1357

Stamford & Rutland Bank (Stephen Eaton &

Edward Cayley), £10, 22 January 18(30), serial

number G857, black and white, value at lower left, top

right and centre as protector, partnership name at left

in tableau, duty stamp at left centre, printed by Rowe,

Osborne & Co. (Outing 2033m), cut cancelled, toned

at top right, edges cropped, about fine

£100-150


1358

Stamford & Rutland Bank (Stephen Eaton &

Edward Cayley), £10, 13 April 18(34), serial number

5, black and white, value at lower left, top right and

centre as protector, partnership name at left in tableau,

partnership and bank name on reverse in blue, printed

by Rowe, Osborne & Co. (Outing 2033m), cut

cancelled, a few pinholes otherwise a lovely very fine with

a low serial number

£200-250

1359

Stamford & Rutland Bank (Eaton, Cayley, Eaton

& Michelson), unissued £10, 18-, no serial number,

black and white on watermarked paper, value at lower

left, top right and centre as protector, partnership

name at left in tableau, partnership and bank name on

reverse in blue guilloche design, printed by Rowe,

Kentish & Co. (denomination not seen, see Outing

2033n for partnership name), a couple of faint ink

marks, otherwise a crisp and fresh about extremely fine

£250-250

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Stamford, Spalding & Boston Banking Company,

Stamford Branch, £5, 22 January 18(75), serial

number F1637, black and white, value at lower left

and top right, arms at top left, bordered edge, text in

tableau at centre, manuscript signature of at lower

right, printed by Perkins & Bacon (Outing 2015a),

ink cancelled, small ink marks, toning, good fine

£80-120

1361

Stamford, Spalding & Boston Banking Company

Limited, Stamford Branch, £5, 19 November

18(90), serial number I.5783, black and white, value

at lower left and top right, arms at top left, bordered

edge, text in tableau at centre, manuscript signature of

M.S.Young at lower right, printed by Perkins & Bacon

(see Outing 2015 for type), ink cancelled, grafitti and

purple and black handstamp on reverse, about very fine

£120-150

1362

Stamford, Spalding & Boston Banking Company

Limited, Stamford Branch, £5, 1 May 18(97), serial

number L720, black and white, value at lower left and

top right, arms at top left, bordered edge, text in

tableau at centre, manuscript signature of M.S.Young

at lower right, printed by Perkins & Bacon (see

Outing 2015 for type), ‘THE CAPITAL &

COUNTIES BANK, SPALDING’ handstamped in

purple on reverse, some light toning, a crisp and fresh

very fine

£150-200


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1363

Stamford, Spalding & Boston Banking Company

Limited, Stamford Branch, £5, 20 July 18(99), serial

number L4154, black and white, value at lower left

and top right, arms at top left, bordered edge, text in

tableau at centre, manuscript signature of Young at

lower right, printed by Perkins & Bacon (see Outing

2015 for type), cut cancelled, black handstamp on

obverse, multiple handstamps on reverse in black and

purple, toned, good fine

£40-50

1364

Stamford, Spalding & Boston Banking Company

Limited, Stamford Branch, £5, 1 May 19(06), serial

number M4673, black and white, value at lower left

and top right, arms at top left, bordered edge, text in

tableau at centre, manuscript signature of M.S.Young

at lower right, printed by Perkins & Bacon (see

Outing 2015 for type), cut cancelled, ink marks at

lower right, otherwise a crisp and fresh very fine

£50-80

1365

Stamford, Spalding & Boston Banking Company

Limited, Stamford Branch, £5, 1 May 19(07), serial

number M6250, black and white, value at lower left

and top right, arms at top left, bordered edge, text in

tableau at centre, manuscript signature of Young at

lower right, printed by Perkins & Bacon (see Outing

2015 for type), cut cancelled, a beautiful about

uncirculated, lovely

£50-80

93

1366

Stamford, Spalding & Boston Banking Company

Limited, Stamford Branch, a collection of cropped

proofs for £5 and £10, 18-, no serial numbers, black

and white, value at lower left and top right, arms at top

left, bordered edge, text in tableau at centre, printed

by Perkins & Bacon (see Outing 2015 for type),

mount marks on reverse, pencil annotations, otherwise

generally good extremely fine (8)

£80-120

1367

Stamford, Spalding & Boston Banking Company,

Stamford Branch, £10, 11 October 18(80), serial

number D938, black and white, value at lower left and

top right, arms at top left, bordered edge, text in

tableau at centre, manuscript signature at lower right,

printed by Perkins & Bacon (see Outing 2015a for

type), handstamped ‘CANCELLED’ twice in purple on

obverse, ink cancelled in pink, ‘LONDON & SOUTH

WESTERN BANK LIMITED’ handstamped in purple

on reverse, heavy toning at top right and annotations on

reverse, good fine

£150-200


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Stamford, Spalding & Boston Banking Company Limited, Stamford Branch, £10, 27

September 18(99), serial number F1691, black and white, value at lower left and top right,

arms at top left, bordered edge, text in tableau at centre, manuscript signature of M.S.

Young at lower right, printed by Perkins & Bacon (see Outing 2015 for type), toned at left

edge and top right but still attractive, about very fine

£150-180

1369

Stamford, Spalding & Boston Banking Company Limited, Stamford Branch, a pair

of £10, 27 September 18(99) & 1 April 19(05), serial numbers F1881 & F5379, black and

white, value at lower left and top right, arms at top left, bordered edge, text in tableau at

centre, manuscript signature of Young at lower right, printed by Perkins (see Outing 2015

for type), both cut cancelled, numerous handstamps, including ‘J. GODFREY & CO., Ltd.,

Midland Gates, STAMFORD, 1-JUL 1907’ in blue, generally good fine (2)

£100-150

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1370

Stamford, Spalding & Boston Banking Company,

a collection of proofs of bills of exchange, 18-, 186- &

187-, no serial numbers, black and white, arms at left,

addressed to London bankers Barclay, Bevan, Fritton

& Co. (2), (not seen in Outing), all with pencil

annotations, some with mount marks on reverse and

surface dirt, from fine to about uncirculated (6)

£40-60

1371

Northamptonshire Banking Company Limited

(Stamford Branch), £5, 23 September 18(87), serial

number 23645, black and white, value at lower left,

top left, top right and centre in tableau, arms at top

centre, manuscript signature of A. Kempson at lower

right, printed by Perkins, Bacon & Co. (Outing

1580g), cancellation holes, handstamped

‘CANCELLED’ at right, toned, numerous handstamps

in black & purple and grafitti on reverse, fine

£200-250

95

1372

Northamptonshire Banking Company Limited

(Stamford Branch), £10, 5 September 18(87), serial

number 5702, black and white, value at lower left, top

left, top right and centre in tableau, arms at top centre,

manuscript signature of A. Kempson at lower right,

printed by Perkins, Bacon & Co. (Outing 1580j),

cancellation holes, handstamps in blue and black on

reverse, lightly toned, otherwise a crisp good fine

£200-250

1373

Northamptonshire Banking Company, Stamford

Branch, a set of proofs for £5 and £10 denominations,

18- (c. 1883), no serial numbers, black and white on

paper, value at lower left, top left, top right and centre

in tableau, arms at top centre, printed by Perkins,

Bacon & Co. (Outing 1580b, 1580h), mount marks,

pencil annotations, minimal surface dirt, sections

excised, otherwise generally about uncirculated (3)

£120-150


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1375

Aylsham Bank (George Copeman & Thomas

Copeman), £5, 28 September 18(55), serial number

935, black and white, banker’s initials at top left, value

at bottom left and top right, manuscript signature of

George Copeman at bottom right, revenue stamp at

centre (Outing 64e for type), a crisp about extremely

fine, rare

£200-250

NORFOLK

AYLSHAM

1374

Aylsham Bank (Robert Copeman & Geo.

Copeman), £5, 15 October 18(42), serial number

329, black and white, bankers’ intitials at top left,

value at bottom left and top right, manucript signature

of George Copeman at bottom right, revenue stamp

on reverse in red and black (Outing 64c), tear and

evidence of mounting at top, very good

£150-200

97

1376

Aylsham Bank (George Copeman & Thomas

Copeman), £10, 14 May, 18(57), serial number 493,

black and white, banker’s initials at top left, value at

bottom left and top right, manuscript signature of

George Copeman at bottom right (Outing 64f),

toned, fine

£300-350


DISS

1377

Diss Bank (Fincham & Simpson), £5, 9 May

18(90), serial number 23950, black and white, shield

vignette at top left, value at top right and bottom left

and protector at centre, manuscript signature of

Simpson at bottom right, laurel leaf and guilloche

design with bankers’ names on reverse (Outing 691c),

very good

£300-350

FAKENHAM

1378

Fakenham Bank (Gurneys, Birkbeck &

Rawlinson), £1, 13 September 18(21), serial number

1146, black and white, bankers’ initials at top left,

value at bottom left, manuscript signature of

Rawlinson at bottom right, revenue stamp on reverse

in red and black (Outing 771b), stained and heavily

toned, very good

£100-150

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1379

Fakenham Bank (Gurneys, Birkbeck & Co.), proof

on card for a £10, 18-, no serial number, black and

white, banker’s initials at left incorporated into

vignette with rising sun, value at bottom left and

centre, (Outing 771i), minor foxing and dirt, otherwise

about uncirculated

£150-250

1380

Fakenham Bank, a trial and proof on paper (2), c.

1862, black and white, bank insignia at centre (1),

value left and right in large rose engine design (1)

(Outing 711 for type), freckled foxing, some staining,

otherwise extremely fine (2)

£50-80

1381

East of England Bank, specimen £5, Fakenham

branch, 184-, no serial number, black and white on

card, arms at left, value at bottom left, centre, top left

and top right (Outing 772), ‘SPECIMEN’

handstamped at bottom right, some toning and

discolouration, mount marks on reverse, about extremely

fine

£150-200


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KING’S LYNN (LYNN, LYNN REGIS)

1382

King’s Lynn (Gurneys, Birkbeck, Barclay, Buxton

& Creswell), cheque for £2 4/-, 18(87), serial

number B4430, red and white, duty stamp for one

penny at top right (not seen in Outing), account

stamped in red and purple, annotated, very fine

£10-15

1383

Lynn Regis (Osbert & James Denton - Merchants),

a bill of exchange dated 12 November 17(82),

adressed to their London bankers Messra Ladbroke,

Rawlinson, Porker & Co., black and white, monogram

at top left, duty stamp at bottom left, manuscript

signature of ‘Osbert & James Denton’ at bottom right

(Outing not listed), large tear at right hand fold, but a

clean very good

£50-60

1384

Lynn Regis, Norfolk, a proof £1, 18- (circa 1820),

black and white on thin card, bankers’ monogram at

left, value at bottom left and centre, altered by hand

with ‘Flint Bank’ at top and ‘for Haye & Co.’ in

signature area, a few lines instructing the printer to

move the denomination box etc to the left (not seen

in Outing), fine and very interesting

£150-200

99

1385

Lynn Regis & Lincolnshire Bank (Gurneys,

Birkbeck, ?), £1, 181(8), black and white, castle gate

vignette at top left, (Outing 1074), heavily worn, large

section missing, handwriting illegible, good

£50-100

1386

Lynn Regis & Lincolnshire Bank (Gurneys,

Birkbeck, Barclay, Buxton & Cresswell), proof for

£5, 18-, no serial number, black and white, value at

top left and right and bottom left (Outing 1074g),

perforated cancelled ‘SPECIMEN C.SKIPPER &

EAST’, light ink smudge at top right, good extremely

fine

£100-150

1387

Lynn Regis & Lincolnshire Bank (Joseph Gurney,

Richard H. Gurney, Joseph J. Gurney, Dan.

Gurney, Henry Birkbeck & Fran. Cresswell Junr.),

£10, 5 November 183(3), serial number H891, black

and white, bankers’ initials at top left, value at bottom

left, manuscript signature of Daniel Gurney at bottom

right, value with filigree border on reverse (Outing

1074e), foxing, small pinholes at left, otherwise very fine

£300-500


1388

Lynn Regis & Lincolnshire Bank (Gurneys,

Birkbeck, Barclay, Buxton & Cresswell), unissued

£10, 18-, no serial number, black and white, value at

top left, top right and bottom left, bankers’ names in

tableau bordered by filligree (Outing 1074h), toning

at edges, otherwise about uncirculated

£200-300

1389

Gurneys & Birkbeck, proof on card for £5 reverse

design, black and white, value at top and bottom,

partnership name at centre, bordered by ornated

design (see Outing 1074 for type), ‘SPECIMEN’

stamped at bottom, pencil annotation, mount marks an

reverse, good extremely fine

£20-30

1390

Lynn Regis & Norfolk Bank (Benj. Massey &

Lewis Weston Jarvis), unissued £1, 182-, no serial

number, black and white, value at bottom left and

centre protector, manuscript signature of L.W.Jarvis at

bottom right, revenue stamp on reverse in black and

red (Outing 1075b), halved and reattached,

counterfoil at left with three holes, otherwise a crisp

extremely fine

£150-200

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Lynn Regis & Norfolk Bank (Lewis Weston Jarvis

& Lewis Whincop Jarvis), £5, 13 October 18(84),

serial number B8900, black and white, value at

bottom left and centre protector, bankers’ initials at

left, manuscript signature of L.Weston Jarvis at

bottom right (Outing 1075f), small annotations in

black, ‘13/12/86’ annotated in pink, ‘BANK OF

ENGLAND’ stamped in blue on reverse, otherwise fine

£80-120

1392

Gurneys & Birkbeck, proof on paper for £5 reverse

design, black and white, value at top and bottom,

partnership name at centre, bordered by ornated

design (see Outing 1074 for type), pencil annotations,

mount marks an reverse, very fine

£20-30

1393

Gurneys & Birkbeck, proof on card for £10 reverse

design, black and white, value at top and bottom,

partnership name at centre, bordered by ornated

design (see Outing 1074 for type), pencil annotation,

mount marks an reverse, very fine

£20-30


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1394

Lynn Regis & Norfolk Bank (Jarvis & Jarvis), £5,

18 October 18(87), serial number B9351, black and

white, value at bottom left and centre protector,

bankers’ initials at left, manuscript signature of L.

Weston Jarvis at bottom right, together with a letter of

claim against the liquidator of the estate of the

partnership, annotated ‘paid’ (Outing 1075f), some

pinholes, otherwise very fine

£100-150

1395

No lot

1396

No lot

1397

Lynn Regis & Norfolk Bank (Jarvis & Jarvis), £5,

18 October 18(87), serial number B9410, black and

white, value at bottom left and centre protector,

bankers’ initials at left, manuscript signature of

L.Weston Jarvis at bottom right (Outing 1075f), ink

annotation at centre and reverse, good fine

£100-150

101

1398

Lynn Regis & Norfolk Bank (Lewis Weston Jarvis

& Lewis Whincop Jarvis), £10, 18 October 18(80),

serial number A9147, black and white, value at

bottom left and top right, bankers’ initials at left,

manuscript signature of L.W.Jarvis at bottom right,

value on reverse in brown (Outing 1075g),

‘WISBECH.’ stamped on reverse, stamped three times in

red on reverse, otherwise very fine

£120-180

1399

Lynn Regis & Norfolk Bank (Jarvis & Jarvis), £10,

13 October 18(84), serial number A9968, black and

white, value at bottom left and top right, bankers’

initials at left, manuscript signature of L.Weston Jarvis

at bottom right, value on reverse in brown, together

with a related letter of claim against the receiver,

signed by Catherine Cozens, proprietor of the

Temperance Hotel, Lynn (Outing 1075g), ink

annotation and customs stamp on reverse, pinholes at top

left, red ink at bottom right, otherwise about very fine

£120-180


1400

Lynn Regis & Norfolk Bank (Jarvis & Jarvis), £10,

6 September 18(88), serial number A10377, black and

white, value at bottom left and top right, bankers’

initials at left, manuscript signature of L.Weston Jarvis

at bottom right, value on reverse in brown (Outing

1075g), about extremely fine

£150-180

1401

East of England Bank, specimen £5, King’s Lynn

branch, 183-, no serial number, black and white, arms

at left, value at bottomn left, top left, top right and

centre, also a reverse proof on card for a £10, black

and white, bank name at centre on guilloche design,

value at top and bottom (Outing 1076a),

‘SPECIMEN’ handstamped at bottom right, bottom

right corner missing, mount marks on reverse, fine (2)

£200-300

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1402

Norfolk Commercial Bank, unissued £1, 180-, no

serial number, black and white on watermarked paper,

value at bottom left, bankers’ initials at top left, duty

stamp at left (Outing 1484a), foxing and toning, very

fine

£200-300

NORWICH

1403

Debt Obligation, for £90, 4 August 1785, no serial

number addressed to Richard Troughton, to pay

Captain Felix Spearman two months after date (not

seen in Outing), foxing, otherwise extremely fine

£20-30

1404

Norwich Bank (Sir Roger Kerrison & Thomas

Allday Kerrison), forgery of £5, 2 September,

18(01), serial number A2779, arms at top left, value at

bottom left, forged manuscript signature at bottom

right, duty stamp at left (see Outing 1602a for type),

‘forged’ annotated in black ink, a rare forgery, good very

fine

£100-120


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1405

Norwich Bank (Sir Roger Kerrison & Thomas

Allday Kerrison), £5, 13 October 18(07), serial

number 64498, black and white, arms at top left, value

at bottom left, manuscript signature of Roger Kerrison

at bottom right (Outing 1602a), toning and

annotation of reverse, ‘NAT. PRO. BANK of ENGLD.

LD. 208. PICCADILLY. LONDON. W.’ stamped on

reverse, fine

£200-250

1406

Norwich Bank (Sir Roger Kerrison & Thomas

Allday Kerrison), £10, 19 October 18(03), serial

number 2170, black and white, arms at top left, value

at bottom left, manuscript signature of Roger Kerrison

at bottom right (Outing 1602b), toning and

annotations on reverse, fine

£250-300

103

1407

Norwich Bank (Sir Roger Kerrison & Thomas

Allday Kerrison), £20, 24 October 18(04), serial

number 152, black and white, arms at top left, value at

bottom left, manuscript signature of Roger Kerrison at

bottom right (not seen in Outing), annotated on

reverse, cut and rejoined, fine

£300-400

1408

Norwich Crown Bank (Charles Harvey, Sir Robert

John Harvey, Anthony Hudson & Thomas

Hudson), £1, 13 October 18(21), serial number

D8650, black and white, value at bottom left and

bottom centre, ornate border with crown at top

centre, manuscript signature of A. Hundson at bottom

right, revenue stamp on reverse in black and red (not

seen in Outing), small ink marks and stains, otherwise

about very fine

£250-350


1409

Norwich Crown Bank (Charles Harvey, Sir Robert

John Harvey, Anthony Hudson & Thomas

Hudson), unissued £1, 18-, no serial number, black

and white, value at bottom left, top left and top right

and left and right in border, crown at left, Britannia

vignette at centre, (not seen in Outing), evidence of

mounting on reverse, some very light discolouration,

otherwise about uncirculated

£150-200

1410

Norwich Crown Bank Norwich Crown Bank

(Chas. Saville Onley, Sir Rob. John Harvey, Anth.

Hudson & Tho. Hudson), £1, 2 September 18(24),

serial number 5086, black and white, value at bottom

left, top left and top right and left and right in border,

crown at left, Britannia vignette at centre, revenue

stamp on reverse in black and red (Outing 1606f),

cancellation hole at bottom right, good fine

£200-250

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Norwich Crown Bank (Chas. Saville Onley, Sir

Rob. John Harvey, Anth. Hudson & Tho.

Hudson), proof for £5, 18-, no serial number, black

and white, value at bottom left and centre, crown at

left, (not seen in Outing), evidence of mounting on

reverse, some very light discolouration, otherwise about

uncirculated

£150-200

1412

Norwich Crown Bank (Chas. Saville Onley, Sir

Rob. John Harvey, Anth. Hudson & Tho.

Hudson), unissued £10, 18-, no serial number, black

and white, value at bottom left amd centre, crown at

left, Britannia at centre, (not seen in Outing) mount

marks on reverse, extremely fine

£150-200

1413

Norwich Crown Bank & Norfolk & Suffolk Bank

(Harveys & Hudsons), specimen £5, 18-, no serial

number, black and white on card, value at bottom left

and centre, crown at left and right (Outing 1606k for

type), stamped ‘SPECIMEN’ in black, two uncut

cancellation holes, some staining and mounting on

reverse, otherwise extremely fine

£100-150


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1414

Norwich Crown Bank & Norfolk & Suffolk Bank

(Harveys & Hudsons), specimen £5, 18-, no serial

number, black and white on card, arms at top centre,

value at bottom left and centre (Outing 1606k for

type), stamped ‘SPECIMEN’ in black, two uncut

cancellation holes, mounting on reverse, otherwise about

uncirculated

£100-150

1415

Norwich Crown Bank & Norfolk & Suffolk Bank

(Harveys & Hudsons), a trio of £5, from 25 March

18(68) to 10 April 18(69), serial numbers A563,

A2035 & 98608, black and white, value at bottom left

and centre, crown at left and right, manuscript

signature of Roger Kerrison at bottom right, Norwich

and surrounding town names surrounded by garter

and crown design on reverse, value at left and right,

towns’ arms at top left, right, bottom left and right,

also a credit slip for the same bank (Outing 1606k),

some small ink annotations, otherwise very fine, includes

a relatively low serial number (4)

£150-200

105

1416

Norwich Crown Bank & Norfolk & Suffolk Bank

(Harveys & Hudsons), £10, 4 March 18(65), serial

number 14388, black and white, value at bottom left

and centre, manuscript signature of Kerrison at

bottom right, Norwich and surrounding town names

surrounded by garter and crown design on reverse,

value at left and right, towns’ arms at top left, right,

bottom left and right (Outing 1606l), toning,

annotations and evidence of mounting reverse, stamped

twice in blue, fine

£80-100

1417

Gurneys & Birkbeck, proof on paper for £5 reverse

design, black and white, value at top and bottom,

partnership name at centre, bordered by ornated

design (see Outing 1074 for type), pencil annotations,

mount marks an reverse, very fine

£50-100

1418

Norwich & Norfolk Bank (Gurneys, Birkbecks &

Martin), £5, 3 October 18(33), serial number A915,

black and white, value at bottom left and centre,

bankers’ initials at top left, revenue stamp on reverse in

black and red (Outing 1603e), cut cancelled, about

fine

£80-100


1419

Norwich & Norfolk Bank (Gurneys & Birkbecks),

£5, 19 January 18(58), serial number G3326, black

and white, value at bottom left and top right, bankers’

initials at top left, manuscript signature of Birkbeck at

bottom right, bankers’ names surrounded by ornate

design on reverse (Outing 1603j), stamped

‘CANCELLED’ twice on reverse, about fine

£150-200

1420

Norwich & Norfolk Bank (Gurneys, Birkbecks,

Barclay & Buxton), unissued £5, 18-, no serial

number, black and white, value at bottom left and top

right, bankers’ initials at top left (not seen in Outing),

‘March 28 ’66’ annotated in pencil at bottom right,

bottom left corner missing, otherwise good very fine

£80-120

1421

Norwich & Norfolk Bank (Gurneys & Birkbecks),

unissued £5, 18-, no serial number, black and white,

value at bottom left and top right, bankers’ initials at

top left (see Outing 1603j for type), mount marks on

reverse and pencil annotations, otherwise about

extremely fine

£100-150

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Norwich & Norfolk Bank (Gurneys, Birkbecks,

Barclay & Buxton), £5, 7 October 18(93), serial

number S8400, black and white, value at bottom left

and top right, bankers’ initials at top left, manuscript

signature of Birkbeck at bottom right, bankers’ names

on reverse, surrounded by ornate design (not seen in

Outing), ‘Cancelled 2 Dec 1896’ annotated at top,

stamped in black and blue ink, about very fine

£250-350

1423

Gurneys & Birkbeck, proof on paper for £5 reverse

design, black and white, value at top and bottom,

partnership name at centre, bordered by ornated

design (see Outing 1074 for type), ‘12th October 1859’

annotated in pencil, extremely fine

£40-60

1424

Norwich & Norfolk Bank (Gurneys, Birkbecks &

Martin), £10, 27 May 18(27), serial number A1669,

black and white, value at bottom left and centre,

bankers’ initials at top left (not seen, but see Outing

1603e for type), cut cancelled, annotations in ink on

obverse and reverse, about fine

£150-180


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1425

Norwich & Norfolk Bank (Gurneys & Birkbecks),

specimen uncut sheet for £5 and £10, 18-, no serial

number, both black and white, value at bottom left

and top right, bankers’ initials at top left respectively

(Outing 1603j for type), ‘September 6 1849’ annotated

in pencil, mount marks on reverse, good very fine

£150-200

1426

Norwich & Norfolk Bank (Gurneys & Birkbecks),

£10, 18-, no serial number, black and white, value at

bottom left and top right, bankers’ initials at top left

(not seen in Outing), mount marks on reverse, otherwise

extremely fine

£100-150

107

1427

Norwich & Norfolk Bank (Gurneys, Birkbecks,

Barclay & Buxton), unissued £10, 18-, no serial

number, black and white, value at bottom left and top

right, bankers’ initials at top left (not seen in Outing),

‘1866’ annotated in pencil at bottom right, two corners

missing otherwise very fine

£80-120

1428

Norwich & Swaffham Bank (Starling Day, Starling

Day Jnr., Tho. Day & Henry Day), £5, 16 January

18(17), serial number A6264, black and white,

Swaffham buttercross vignette at left, value at bottom

left, manuscript signature of Thomas Day at bottom

right (Outing 1609b), red dividend stamps and black

bankruptcy stamp, pinned to a note of debit from Peases

Old Bank, Hull, dated 8 September 1887, about fine

£80-100


1429

Norwich & Swaffham Bank (Starling Day, Starling

Dar Jnr., Tho. Day & Henry Day), £5, 16 January

18(20), serial number A8166, black and white,

Swaffham Buttercross vignette at left, value at bottom

left, manuscript signature of Thomas Day at bottom

right, (Outing 1609b), two dividend stamps and

bankruptcy commission stamp, fine

£100-150

1430

Norwich & Swaffham Bank (Thomas Starling Day,

Henry F. Day & William Day), £5, 13 October

18(22), serial number D291 & £5, 13 January 18(25),

serial number D1279, both black and blue, Swaffham

Buttercross vignette at top left, value at bottom left

and centre protector in blue, manuscript signature of

William Day (1) and manuscript signature of Thomas

Day (1), revenue stamp on reverse in black and red

(Outing 1609k) bankruptcy commission stamp,

dividend stamps in black, pinholes and mounting on

reverse, fine

£100-150

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1431

Norwich & Swaffham Bank (Thomas Starling Day,

Henry F. Day & William Day), £10, 10 April

18(21), serial number B9008, black and white,

Swaffham Buttercross vignette at top left, value at

bottom left, manuscript signature of Henry Day at

bottom right, value and bankers’ initials on reverse in

blue (Outing 1609l), cut and rejoined, annotations on

reverse, very good

£80-140

1432

Norwich & Swaffham Bank (Thomas Starling Day,

Henry F. Day & William Day), a pair of £10, 10

April 18(21) & 10 October 18(21), serial numbers

B9171 & B10208, black and white, Swaffham

Buttercross vignette at top left, value at bottom left,

manuscript signature of Thomas Day at bottom right,

value and bankers’ initials on reverse in blue (Outing

1609l), cut and rejoined, annotations and commission

stamp on reverse, two dividend stamps in black, fine (2)

£150-200


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1433

Norwich & Swaffham Bank (Thomas Starling Day,

Henry F. Day & William Day), £10, 13 January

18(25), serial number E1013, black and blue,

Swaffham Buttercross vignette at top left, value at

bottom left and centre protector in blue, manuscript

signature of William Day at bottom right (Outing

1609m) bankruptcy commission stamp, two dividend

stamps in black, about very fine

£140-180

1434

Norwich Union Bank (Thomas Bignold, John

Cocksedge Bignold & Comp.), £1, 27 November

18(13), serial number 1012, black and white,

Britannia vignette at let, value at bottom left,

manuscript signature of John C Bignold at bottom

right (Outing 1608d), manuscript signature cancelled,

ink mark at bottom centre, otherwise very fine

£140-180

1435

East of England Bank, proof £10, Norwich branch,

18-, no serial number, black and white on card, arms

at left, value at bottom left and centre (see Outing

1612c for type), fresh and original, about uncirculated

£220-280

109

1436

East of England Bank, specimen £10, Norwich

branch, 183-, no serial number, black and white on

card, arms at left, value at bottom left, centre, top left

and top right (see Outing 1612c for type),

‘SPECIMEN’ handstamped at bottom right, some

toning, otherwise extremely fine

£200-300

1437

Norwich & Swaffham Bank (various partnerships),

a trio of £1, from 2 April 18(20) to 13 January 182(2),

various serial numbers, black and white, Swaffham

Buttercross vignette at top left, value at bottom left,

manuscript signature of Henry Day (1), William Day

(1) and Thomas Day (1) at bottom right, value and

bankers’ initials on reverse in blue (2) and revenue

stamp on reverse (1), includes partnerships Thomas

Starling Day, Henry F. Day & William Day (2) and S

& S Day & Sons (1) (Outing 1609, 1609h, 1609i),

cut and rejoined (1), bankruptcy commission stamp in

black (3), generally about fine (3)

£150-200


1438

Norwich & Swaffham Bank (various partnerships),

a trio of £1, 15 May 18(17) to 1 September 18(21),

various serial numbers, black and white, Swaffham

Buttercross vignette at top left, value at bottom left

(3), manuscript signature of William Day (1) and

Henry Day (2) at bottom right, value and bankers’

initials on reverse in blue (2), includes partnerships

Thomas Starling Day, Henry F. Day & William Day

(1) and S & S Day & Sons (2) (Outing 1609 &

1609l), two dividend stamps in black on obverse,

bankruptcy commission stamp on reverse, generally fine

(3)

£150-200

1439

Norwich & Swaffham Bank (Thomas Starling Day,

Henry F. Day & William Day), £1, 12 September

182(4), serial number G3399, black and blue,

Swaffham Buttercross vignette at top left, value at

bottom left and centre protector in blue, manuscript

signature of Thomas Day at bottom right, revenue

stamp on reverse in black and red (Outing 1609i)

bankruptcy commission stamp, two dividend stamps in

black, fine

£80-100

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1440

Norwich & Swaffham Bank (Thomas Starling Day,

Henry F. Day & William Day), £1, 1 October

182(4), serial number G6033, black and blue,

Swaffham Buttercross vignette at left, value at bottom

left and centre protector in blue, manuscript signature

of William Day at bottom right, revenue stamp on

reverse in black and red (Outing 1609i) bankruptcy

commission stamp and dividend stamp in black, small

hole at top left, fine

£80-100

1441

Norwich & Swaffham Bank (Thomas Starling Day,

Henry F. Day & William Day), £1, 1 September

182(5), serial number I1145, black and blue,

Swaffham Buttercross vignette at top left, value at

bottom left and centre protector in blue, manuscript

signature of Henry Day at bottom right, revenue

stamp on reverse in black and red (Outing 1609i),

bankruptcy commission stamp, two dividend stamps in

red, about very fine

£100-140


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1442

Harveys & Hudsons Bankers, Norwich, cheques

(3) for various amounts, £186-9-1, 26 August 18(42),

pink on blue paper, £50-0-0, 24 September 18(42),

pink on blue paper, £40, 5 September 18(67), pink on

white watermarked paper (not seen in Outing),

cancellation holes (2), otherwise extremely fine (3)

£20-30

1443

East of England Bank, specimen £5, Swaffham

branch, 183-, no serial number, black and white on

card, arms at left, value at bottom left, centre, top left

and top right (Outing 2112), ‘SPECIMEN’

handstamped at bottom right, some toning and

discolouration, mount marks on reverse, about extremely

fine

£200-300

1444

Swaffham Branch of the Norfolk and Norwich

Bank, unissued £5, Swaffham, 183-, no serial number,

black and white design with border, value at top left,

top right, bottom left, and centre, allegorical female

trio at top, manuscript signature of George Morse at

bottom right, value in large text on reverse (Outing

1602a), ink smudges and light toning, otherwise

extremely fine and attractive

£100-120

111

THETFORD

1445

Thetford Crown Bank (Charles Harvey, Sir Robert

John Harvey, Anthony Hudson & Thomas

Hudson), proof for £1, 18-, no serial number, black

and white on card, britannia vignette at centre, crown

at left, value at bottom left, centre, and left and right

in border (Outing 2159b), foxing, otherwise extremely

fine

£140-180

1446

Thetford Crown Bank (Charles Harvey, Sir Robert

John Harvey, Anthony Hudson & Thomas

Hudson), proof £1, 18-, no serial number, black and

white on paper, crown at left, value at bottom left,

centre, and left and right in border (Outing 2159b),

large central section cut out, some discolouration,

otherwise good very fine

£60-80

1447

Norfolk & Suffolk General Bank (Field Willett &

Sons), £1, 11 October 18(20), serial number 8431,

black and white, value at bottom left and centre,

vignette at top left of a fantastical motte, possibly

eluding to Thetford castle, manuscript signature of

Willett at bottom right (Outing 2158a), about fine

£80-120


UPWELL & LYNN REGIS

1448

Upwell & Lynn-Regis, bill of exchange for £15, 21

May 1876, black and white, arms at top left and right

(Outing unlisted bank), good very fine, rare

£150-200

YARMOUTH (GREAT YARMOUTH)

1449

Great Yarmouth, small change note for Five

Shillings, 1811, serial number 161, black and white,

arms at left, signature of D. Hill at bottom left (not

seen in Outing), good very fine

£100-150

1450

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurney, Birkbeck,

Barclay, Buxtons & Orde), proof for a £5, 18-, no

serial number, black and white, value at bottom left,

centre, top left and top right, (not seen in Outing), ‘To

this 6th Oct./81’ pencil annotation, section removed at

bottom right, evidence of mounting on reverse, good

extremely fine

£100-150

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1451

Great Yarmouth Bank (Sam. Mason, Rob. Woods

& Comp.), 5 Guineas, 20 March 17(83), serial

number 2, black and white, arms at top left, value at

bottom left, left, and top left, manuscript signature of

Rob Woods at bottom left (Outing 856b), annotation

on reverse read ‘Francis Moore & Co., Cheapside,

London’, ink cancelled, an original good very fine, scarce

£300-400

1452

Great Yarmouth Bank (Sam. Mason, Rob. Woods

& Comp.), unissued 10 Guineas, 17-, no serial

number, black and white, arms at top left, value at

bottom left, left, and top left (Outing ) bottom right

corner removed, some discolouration, otherwise good very

fine scarce

£200-300


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1453

Yarmouth, Absolon’s Glass Warehouse, promissory

note for 2d, serial number 101, black and white on

paper, value at bottom and right, bound by laurel oval

border, manuscript signature at bottom right of

William Absolon, the famous painter and dealer in

porcelain and glass (not seen in Outing), one pencil

mark, otherwise about extremely fine

£100-150

1454

Yarmouth, Norfolk & Suffolk Bank (Sir Edmund

Lacon & Co.), £1, 8 June 180(8), serial number

E4786, black and white, arms at top left, value at

bottom left and right, manuscript signature of Edward

Lacon, duty stamp at left (Outing 859c), toning, note

attached to reverse annotated with ‘Mr.Youell

Lacons...Yarmouth ...’, cut cancelled, fine

£100-150

113

1455

Yarmouth, Norfolk & Suffolk Bank (Sir Edmund

Knowles Lacon Bar., Edward Youell & Co.), £1,

22 January 182(5), serial number C1298, black and

white, arms at top left, value at bottom left and top

right, manuscript signature of Edmund Lacon at

bottom right, value at centre on reverse (Outing

859g), ‘27/02/25’ annotated at bottom left, very fine

£250-350

1456

Yarmouth, Norfolk & Suffolk Bank (Sir Edmund

Lacon & Co.), £5, 24 January 181(5), serial number

P1987, black, blue and white on watermarked paper,

arms at top left, value at bottom left and top right,

manuscript signature of Edmund Lacon at bottom

right (Outing 859d), staple holes at centre, very fine

£300-400

1457

Yarmouth, Norfolk & Suffolk Bank (Sir Edmund

Knowles Lacon Bar., Edward Youell & Co.), £5,

16 December 18(79), serial number 17034, black and

white, arms at top left, value at bottom left and top

right (not seen in Outing, see 859i for £10), cut

cancelled, small ink annotation, otherwise about very

fine

£250-300


1458

Yarmouth, Norfolk & Suffolk Bank (Sir Edmund

Knowles Lacon Bar., Lacons, Youell & Kemp), £5,

8 March 18(97), serial number 24541, black, blue and

white, arms at top left, value at bottom left, top right,

and centre as protector, manuscript signature of Youell

at bottom right (Outing 859j), ‘CANCELLED’

stamped in purple, cancellation holes, stamped in purple

three times on reverse, twice with ‘GREAT

YARMOUTH’, once with ‘BARCLAY &

COMPANY’, good very fine

£300-400

1459

Yarmouth, Norfolk & Suffolk Bank (Edm. Lacon,

Will. Fisher, John Lacon & Ja. Fisher), £10, 6

March 179(3), serial number E3065, black and white,

arms at top left, value at bottom left and top right,

duty stamp in dotted border at left, manuscript

signature of John Fisher at bottom right (Outing

859a), toning at edges and some ink marks, very fine

£150-250

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1460

Yarmouth, Norfolk & Suffolk Bank (Sir Edmund

Knowles Lacon Bart., Lacons, Youell & Co.), £10,

14 December, 18(79), serial number 4580, black and

white, arms at left, value at bottom left and top right,

(Outing 859i), heavy toning at top right, evidence of

mounting, ‘FROM LAOONS, YOUELL & CO. EAST

DEREHAM.’ handstamped in purple on reverse among

other stamps, about very fine

£300-400

1461

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurneys, Birkbeck,

Barclay and Compy.), unused bill of exchange, 18-,

no serial number, black and white, bankers’ initials at

left (not seen in Outing), pencil annotation at bottom

right, bottom left corner discoloured, otherwise crisp and

good extremely fine

£30-40

1462

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurneys & Turner),

forgery of a £1, 12 October 18(09), serial number

1209, black and white, bankers’ initials at top left,

value at bottom left (see Outing 875c for type), ink

cancelled, ‘Forged’ written on reverse, good fine

£80-100


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1463

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurneys & Turner),

proof £1, 18-, no serial number, black and white on

card, city gate vignette at top left, value at top left (see

Outing 857e for type), three large folds, fine

£200-250

1464

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurneys, Turner &

Brightwen), £1, 8 July (1818), serial number L6707,

black and white on paper, value incorporated into city

gate vignette at top left, manuscript signature of

Dawson Turner at bottom right (Outing 857h),

backed by paper, ‘Written off and account debited,

March 23 1877’ annotated in ink on reverse, fine

£200-250

1465

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurneys, Turner &

Brightwen), proof for a £1, 18-, no serial number,

black and white on paper, Britannia vignette left and

right, Neptune vignette at top, value at bottom left

and centre (see Outing 857h for type), ink

cancellation at bottom right, very faint discolouration

limited to spots, small pencil annotation, otherwise fresh

and original, good extremely fine

£150-200

115

1466

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurneys, Turner &

Brightwen), f £1, 8 October 18(25), serial number

120, black and white on paper, Britannia vignette left

and right, Neptune vignette at top, value at bottom

left and centre, manuscript signature of John

Brightwen, revenue stamp on reverse in black and red

(Outing 857h), worn edges and heavy toning, about

fine

£100-150

1467

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurneys, Turner &

Brightwen), trial for an issued £1, 18-, no serial

number, black and white on paper, value at top left,

bottom left, centre, and top right, allegorical couple

with wheat at top, partial vignette consisting of

Hermes’ staff, anchor and money at bottom (see

Outing 857i for type), partial design in pencil,

mounted onto separate paper, ‘N2’ annotated in ink at

top right, very fine

£150-200


1468

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurneys, Turner &

Brightwen), trial for an unissued £1, 18-, no serial

number, black and white on paper, value at top left,

bottom left, and centre, vignette of river scene at

centre (see Outing 857i for type), partial design in

pencil, mounted onto separate paper, ‘N3’ annotated in

ink at top right, very fine

£150-200

1469

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Josh. Gurney, Rich. H.

Gurney, Jn. Gurney), unissued £5, 18-, no serial

number, black and white, city gate vignette at top left,

value at top left (not seen in Outing), staining,

otherwise, an original about extremely fine

£150-200

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1470

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurneys, Turner and

Brightwen), proof £5, no date, no serial number,

black and white on card, bankers’ initials at top left,

value at bottom left (see Outing 857j for type), light

foxing, otherwise extremely fine

£150-200

1471

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurneys, Birkbeck,

Turner & Brightwen), specimen £5, 18-, no serial

number, black and white, value at bottom left, centre,

top left and top right, (see Outing 857n for type),

‘from this-Nov 1857’ annotation in pencil at bottom

left, ‘SPECIMEN’ handstamped at bottom right,

evidence of mounting on reverse, areas of dirt at top

right and bottom right otherwise extremely fine

£150-200


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1472

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurneys, Birkbeck,

Brightwen & Orde), specimen £5, 18-, no serial

number, black and white, value at bottom left, centre,

top left and top right (Outing 857r), pencil annotation

at bottom right, ‘SPECIMEN’, evidence of mounting on

reverse, areas of dirt, otherwise extremely fine

£120-160

1473

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurney, Birkbeck,

Barclay, Buxtons & Orde), unissued £5, 18-, no

serial number, black and white, value at bottom left,

top left, top right and centre, large guilloche on

reverse with value at left and right (not seen in

Outing), ‘cancelled’ in pink ink at bottom right,

otherwise fresh, original and extremely fine

£300-400

1474

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurney, Birkbeck,

Barclay, Buxton, Orde & Buxton), proof for a £5,

18-, no serial number, black and white, value at

bottom left, centre, top left and top right, (not seen in

Outing), pencil annotation, section removed at bottom

right, evidence of mounting on reverse, good extremely

fine

£100-150

117

1475

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurneys, Birkbeck,

Turner & Brightwen), proof £10, 18(36), no serial

number, black and white on card, value at bottom left,

and centre, arms within vignette at top left (not seen

in Outing), surface dirt and missing section at bottom

right, mounting on reverse, otherwise about very fine

£200-250

1476

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurneys, Birkbeck,

Brightwen & Orde), unissued £10, 18-, no serial

number, black and white, value at bottom left and

centre, arms within vignette at top left (Outing 857s),

pencil annotation at bottom right, evidence of mounting

on reverse, extremely fine

£150-200

1477

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurneys, Birkbeck,

Brightwen & Orde), proof for a £5 reverse,

partnership name at centre, value at top and bottom

(see Outing 857r for type), pencil annotation at

bottom right, evidence of mounting on reverse, extremely

fine

£50-60


1478

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurneys, Turner &

Brightwens), proof for an unissued £5 reverse,

partnership name at centre, value at top and bottom

(see Outing 857l for type), pencil annotation at

bottom, various ink crosses, good very fine

£40-50

1479

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurneys, Birkbeck,

Turner & Brightwen), specimen for a £5 reverse,

partnership name at centre, value at top and bottom

(see Outing 857n for type), ‘SPECIMEN’

handstamped at bottom, pencil annotation at bottom

left, evidence of mounting on reverse, very fine

£40-50

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1480

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurneys, Birkbeck,

Turner & Brightwen), specimen for a £10 reverse,

partnership name at centre, value at top and bottom

(not seen in Outing), ‘SPECIMEN’ handstamped at

bottom right, pencil annotation at bottom, evidence of

mounting on reverse, good very fine

£40-50

1481

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurneys, Turner &

Brightwens), proof on card for an unissued £10

reverse, partnership name at centre, value at top and

bottom (see Outing 857m for type), ‘21 Dec. 1857’

pencil annotation at bottom, small tear at bottom right,

evidence of moutning on reverse, good very fine

£40-50

1482

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank (Gurneys, Birkbeck,

Barclay and Compy.), unused bill of exchange, 18-,

no serial number, black and white, bankers’ initials at

left (not seen in Outing), shadow printing from

another note, pencil annotation reads ‘1 Feb 1871’,

band of discolouration at right, otherwise crisp and

extremely fine

£20-40


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1483

East of England Bank, proof for unissued £5,

Yarmouth branch, c.1836, no serial number, black and

white on card, arms at left, value at bottom left, centre,

top right and top left (Outing 850a), evidence of

mounting on reverse, surface dirt, otherwise extremely

fine

£200-300

1484

East of England Bank, specimen for unissued £5,

Great Yarmouth branch, 183-, no serial number, black

and white on card, arms at left, value at bottom left,

centre, top right and top left (Outing 850a), mount

marks on reverse, ‘SPECIMEN’ handstamped in black,

about extremely fine

£200-300

119

1485

East of England Bank, pull of an unissued £5 printed

on plate envelope, Yarmouth branch, 18-, no serial

number, black and white, arms at left, value at bottom

left and centre (Outing 850a), some discolouration, very

fine

£100-150

1486

East of England Bank, proof for reverse of £5, c.

1836, no serial number, black and white on card, bank

name at centre on guilloche design, value at top and

bottom (see Outing 1076a for type), small tears at top,

mount marks on reverse, very fine

£50-60


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BRAUNSTON

1487

Braunston (T. M. J. & M. Pickford), bill of

exchange for £30, 26 March 18(16), serial number

263, black and white, duty stamp at left, manuscript

signature of Samuel Lea at lower right, (not seen in

Outing), ink cancelled, handstamped on reverse ‘PAY

SIR PETER POLE. BART. THORNTON & CO. or

Order.’, numerous ink annotations and punch hole at

right, fine

£20-30

DAVENTRY

1488

Northamptonshire Banking Company Limited

(Daventry Branch), £5, 15 September 18(88), serial

number 23552, black and white, value at lower left,

top left, top right and centre in tableau, arms at top

centre, manuscript signature of A. Kempson at lower

right, printed by Perkins, Bacon & Co. (Outing

1580f), toned at top right and left edge, a pleasing

about very fine

£300-350

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

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KETTERING

1489

Kettering Bank (John Keep, John C. Gotch &

Co.), unissued £1, 181-, serial number 6918, black

and white, Britannia vignette at top left, value at lower

left, top right and centre, partnership name, place of

issue and value on reverse, two duty stamps at centre

(Outing 1064a), staining at lower left corner and right,

otherwise very fine

£150-200

1490

Kettering Bank (John Cooper Gotch & Sons),

unissued £5, 185-, no serial number, black and white,

Kettering Parish Church vignette at top left, value at

lower left, top right and centre as protector in blue,

partnership name, place of issue and value on reverse

in blue guilloche and laurel design, printed by Rowe,

Kentish & Co. (Outing 1064b), single stain at left,

otherwise about uncirculated, lovely

£250-350


1491

Kettering Bank (John Cooper Gotch & Sons), £5,

16 April 18(56), serial number B4171, black and

white, Kettering Parish Church vignette at top left,

value at lower left, top right and centre as protector in

blue, partnership name, place of issue and value on

reverse in blue guilloche and laurel design, manuscript

signature of Thos. Henry Gotch at lower right, printed

by Rowe, Kentish & Co. (Outing 1064b), toning, ink

marks and annotation in blue and black, good fine

£200-250

1492

Northamptonshire Banking Company Limited

(Kettering Branch), £5, 10 May 18(89), serial

number 1043, black and white, value at lower left, top

left, top right and centre in tableau, arms at top centre,

manuscript signature of A. Kempson at lower right,

printed by Perkins, Bacon & Co. (Outing 1580f), light

toning and ink marks at lower right, a fresh and crisp

very fine

£300-350

1493

Northamptonshire Banking Company Limited

(Kettering Branch), £10, 2 July 18(84), serial

number 104, black and white, value at lower left, top

left, top right and centre in tableau, arms at top centre,

manuscript signature of A. Kempson at lower right,

printed by Perkins, Bacon & Co. (Outing 1580i),

toned, handstamps on reverse in purple and red, a crisp

very fine with a low serial number

£300-350

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1494

Northamptonshire Banking Company, Kettering,

Stamford & Wellingborough Branch, a collection of

proof £10, 18- (c. 1848-90), no serial numbers, black

and white on paper, value at lower left, top left, top

right and centre in tableau, arms at top centre, printed

by Perkins, Bacon & Co. (Outing 1580d, 1580k),

mount marks, pencil annotations, minimal surface dirt,

sections excised, otherwise generally about uncirculated

(3)

£80-120

1495

Northamptonshire Banking Company Limited

(Kettering Branch), £20, 10 May 18(89), serial

number 408, black and white, value at lower left, top

left, top right and centre in tableau, arms at top centre,

branch name handwritten at centre, manuscript

signature of A. Kempson at lower right, printed by

Perkins, Bacon & Co. (Outing 1580l), ‘30 AUG 88

28’ handstamped on reverse in purple, a beautiful, fresh

extremely fine

£300-400


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NORTHAMPTON

1496

Northampton (Richard Marriott & Co.), £1, 21

August (1809), serial number H622, black and white

on watermarked paper, value at bottom left, top centre

and centre, fleece emblem at top left, duty stamp at

centre left, manuscript signature of R. Marriott at

lower right (Outing 1574a), ink marks and light

toning, otherwise a pleasing good fine

£80-120

1497

Northampton (Adrian Farmer), proof for £2106, 26

January 1783, no serial number, black and white on

thick parchment, value at lower left (not seen in

Outing), light toning, otherwise about uncirculated

£50-80

1498

Northampton (Richard Marriott & Co.), £1, 25

October (1809), serial number H944, black and white

on watermarked paper, value at bottom left, top centre

and centre, fleece emblem at top left, duty stamp at

centre left, manuscript signature of R. Marriott at

lower right (Outing 1574a), ink marks and light

toning, otherwise a pleasing about very fine

£80-120

123

1499

Northampton (Richard Marriott & Co.),

£2/10/0, 20 October 18(09), serial number O641,

black and white on watermarked paper, value at

bottom left, and top right, fleece emblem at left with

bankers’ initials below, duty stamp at centre left,

manuscript signature of R. Marriott at lower right

(Outing 1574b), halved and rejoined, annotations on

reverse, toned, fine

£200-250

1500

Northampton (Richard Marriott & Co.), £5, 21

July 18(09), serial number R26, black and white on

watermarked paper, value at bottom left, and top

right, fleece emblem at left with bankers’ initials

below, duty stamp at lower centre, manuscript

signature of R. Marriott at lower right (Outing

1574c), cut and rejoined on reverse, edges cropped,

otherwise a pleasing good fine

£100-150

1501

Northampton (Richard Marriott & Co.), £5, 9

November 18(09), serial number S247, black and

white on watermarked paper, value at bottom left, and

top right, fleece emblem at left with bankers’ initials

below, duty stamp at left, manuscript signature of R.

Marriott at lower right (Outing 1574c), ink marks and

a few pinholes and right, otherwise a beautiful, fresh

about extremely fine

£150-200


1502

Northampton (Richard Marriott & Co.), £10, 15

November 18(08), serial number O924, black and

white on watermarked paper, value at bottom left, and

top right, fleece emblem at left with bankers’ initials

below, duty stamp at lower centre, manuscript

signature of R. Marriott at lower right (Outing

1574d), corners cropped, ink marks and annotations,

good fine

£100-150

1503

Northampton Town & Country Bank (Smith,

Osborn, Howes, Smith & Osborn), £1, 8 February

182(3), serial number A3886, black and white, lion

and castle arms at top left, cow and plough below,

value at lower left, top right and centre as protector in

red, manuscript signature of Osborn at lower right,

revenue stamp on reverse in black and red (Outing

1576b), cut and rejoined, bankruptcy handstamp on

reverse, cropped edges, toned, very good

£100-150

1504

Northampton Town & Country Bank (Smith,

Hall, Osborn, Howes, Smith & Osborn), £1, 1

October 182(2), serial number A4625, black and

white, lion and castle arms at top left, cow and plough

below, value at lower left, top right and centre as

protector in red, manuscript signature of Smith at

lower right, revenue stamp on reverse in black and red

(not seen in Outing), cut and rejoined, bankruptcy

handstamp on reverse, cropped edges, toned, very good

£100-150

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1505

Northampton Town & Country Bank (Smith,

Hall, Osborn, Howes, Smith & Osborn), £5, 10

October 18(21), serial number 2665, black and white,

lion and castle arms at top left, cow and plough below,

value at lower left, top right and centre as protector in

red, manuscript signature of Smith at lower right (see

Outing 1576b for partnership name), cut and rejoined,

cropped edges, toned, about fine

£100-150

1506

Northampton Town & Country Bank (Smith,

Osborn. Howes, Smith & Osborn), £20, 14 January

18(2?), serial number 1716, black and white, lion and

castle arms at top left, cow and plough below, value at

lower left and top right, duty stamp at left, manuscript

signature of Smith at lower right (see Outing 1576b

for type), bankruptcy handstamp on reverse, fine

£150-200

1507

Northamptonshire Banking Company Limited

(Northampton Branch), £5, 30 January 18(90),

serial number 58458, black and white, value at lower

left, top left, top right and centre in tableau, arms at

top centre, manuscript signature of A. Kempson at

lower right, printed by Perkins, Bacon & Co. (Outing

1580g), handstamped ‘CANCELLED’ in blue,

cancellation holes, ink annotation and handstamp on

reverse, pinholes, otherwise a crisp and fresh very fine

£80-120


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1508

Northamptonshire Banking Company,

Northampton Branch, a set of proofs for £5, £10 and

£20 denominations, 18- (c. 1887), no serial numbers,

black and white on paper, value at lower left, top left,

top right and centre in tableau, arms at top centre,

printed by Perkins, Bacon & Co. (Outing 1580d,

1580h, £20 not seen in proof form), mount marks,

pencil annotations, some surface dirt and toning, fine to

extremely fine (3)

£100-150

OUNDLE

1509

Oundle New Bank (Joseph Rickett & Co), £1, 15

January 18(13), serial number 828, black and white on

watercoloured paper, value at lower left and right,

partnership name at left, arms at top left, duty stamp

at left, manuscript signature of Joseph Rickett at lower

right (Outing 1658a), bankruptcy stamp on reverse

reads ‘SWAN INN, OUNDLE, August 27, 1813’,

toning, good fine

£200-300

125

PETERBOROUGH

1510

Peterborough Bank (Martin Cole, N. Hadley & C.

Simpkin), a £1 and £10 set, dates illegible (c.1813),

black and white, value at lower left and centre,

manuscript signature of Martin Cole on both,

Peterborough Cathedral at top left (not seen in

Outing) heavily toned, repaired with tape, edges

cropped, about good (2)

£100-150

1511

Peterborough Bank (Simpson, White & White),

forged £5, 14 August 182(0), serial number 1174,

black ann white, value at lower left and top right, arms

at left, signature at lower right (see Outing 1698 for

type), ‘Forged’ annotated across obverse in black ink,

large tear at left, about fine

£50-100

1512

Stamford, Spalding, and Boston Banking

Company, proof £10, Peterborough, 18-, black and

white, arms at top left, cathedral at top centre, value at

centre, low left and top right (Outing 2036 for bank,

branch unlisted), mounting traces on reverse, top right

corner slightly trimmed, good very fine and very rare

£300-400


THRAPSTON

1513

Thrapston & Kettering Bank (Robert Fowler

Eland and Stephen Eaton Eland), £5, 5 October

18(81), serial number A1149. black and white, value

at lower left and centre as protector in blue, vignette

of plough, sheep and maritime scene at top left,

manuscript signature of Robert Eland at lower right,

bank name in blue on reverse, printed by Waterlow &

Sons (Outing 2174d), cut cancelled, multiple

handstamps on reverse in red, ‘LONDON &

WESTMINSTER BANK, LIMITED SOUTHWARK.

A/C GEO. HARDING & SONS.’ handstamped on

reverse in purple, pinholes at top left, about very fine

£120-160

1514

Thrapston & Kettering Bank (Robert Fowler

Eland and Stephen Eaton Eland), £10, 8 July

18(79), serial number 2160, black and white, value at

lower left, vignette of plough, sheep and maritime

scene at top left, manuscript signature of Robert Eland

at lower right, bank name in brown on reverse, printed

by Waterlow & Sons (Outing 2174f), cut cancelled,

multiple handstamps on reverse in red, pinholes at top

left, good fine

£150-250

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1515

Thrapston & Northamptonshire Bank (Willm.

Johnson, Stepn. Eaton & Geo. Eland), £1, 30 July

181(6), serial number 11344, black and white, value at

lower left, vignette of sheep and plough with maritime

scene (Outing 2174b), cut cancelled, about fine

£100-150

1516

Thrapston & Northamptonshire Bank (Willm.

Johnson, Stepn. Eaton & Geo. Eland), £1, 6 July

181(3), serial number 1370, black and white, value at

lower left, vignette of sheep and plough with maritime

scene, duty stamp at left (Outing 2174b), cut

cancelled, a crisp and fresh about very fine

£100-150

TOWCESTER

1517

Towcester Old Bank, two reverse proofs (1823-

1887), black and white on paper, bank name

surrounded by filigree, phoenix at centre (1), printed

by Bath & Bingley (see Outing 2197 for type), mount

marks on reverse, discolouration, very fine (2)

£40-60


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WELLINGBOROUGH

1518

Wellingborough Bank (Morton, Rodick & Co),

£1, 1 March 18(19), serial number 128, black and

white, value at lower left and top right, bankers’ initials

at left, manuscript signature of Morton at lower right

(Outing 2294a) ink marks, toned, bankruptcy

handstamp on reverse dated 1826, fine and a previously

unseen later date (The bank ceased business in 1812)

£120-180

1519

Wellingborough Bank (Morton, Rodick & Co),

£1, 4 February 18(12), serial number 7920, black and

white, value at lower left and top right, bankers’ initials

at left, duty stamp at left, manuscript signature of

Rodick at lower right (Outing 2294a) toned, torn right

edge, very good

£150-200

127

1520

Wellingborough Bank (Morton, Rodick, Morton

& Rodick), £1, 1 September 18(25), serial number

4037, black and white, value at lower left, top right

and centre, bankers’ initials at centre in laurel,

manuscript signature of Morton at lower right,

revenue stamp on reverse in black and red featuring

Pistrucci’s St.George motif, printed by Perkins &

Heath (Outing 2294b) bankruptcy stamp on reverse

dated February 11 1826, lengthy annotation on reverse,

pinholes, a crisp very fine

£80-120

1521

Wellingborough Bank (Morton, Rodick, Morton

& Rodick), £5, 22 August 18(25), serial number

1353, black and white, value at lower left, top right,

centre and left, manuscript signature of Morton at

lower right, revenue stamp on reverse in black and red,

printed by Perkins & Heath (Outing 2294f)

bankruptcy stamp on reverse dated February 3 1826,

toning and discolouration, evidence of mounting on

reverse, good fine

£120-160


1522

Wellingborough Bank (Morton, Rodick, Morton

& Rodick), £20, 22 August 18(25), serial number

1353, black and white, value at lower left, centre and

top right in laurel, bankers’ initials at top left,

manuscript signature of Morton at lower right, duty

stamp at left, printed by Perkins & Heath (Outing

2294g) bankruptcy stamp on reverse dated January 19

1826, light toning, about very fine

£200-300

1523

Wellingborough & Northamptonshire Bank

(Morton, Rodick & Co), £5, (date torn), serial

number 3956, black and white, value at lower left and

centre (Outing 2294b) separated and rejoined,

annotations on reverse dated July 1820 relating to

bankruptcy, edges cropped, toned, about good

£50-100

1524

Wellingborough & Northamptonshire Bank

(Morton, Rodick & Company), £20, 26 October

18(22), serial number 2440, black and white, value at

lower left and centre, bankers’ initials at top left,

manuscript signature of Rodick at lower right, duty

stamp at left (Outing 2294d) bankruptcy stamp on

reverse dated February 3 1826, annotations on reverse,

cropped edges, pinholes at top left, good

£100-150

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1525

Wellingborough & Higham Ferrers,

Northamptonshire Bank (Sharman, Brown &

Goodhall), £10, 179-, no serial number, black and

white on watermarked paper, value at lower left and

centre, bankers’ initials at top left, duty stamp at left

(Outing 2295b), a crisp, fresh and original good very

fine

£200-300

1526

Wellingborough & Northamptonshire Bank

(Morton, Rodick & Company), £20, 26 October

18(22), serial number 2440, black and white, value at

lower left and centre, bankers’ initials at top left,

manuscript signature of Morton at lower right, duty

stamp at left (Outing 2294d) cut and rejoined twice,

bankruptcy stamp on reverse dated April 7 1826,

annotations on reverse, cropped edges, pinholes at top left,

good

£100-150


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1527

Northamptonshire Banking Company Limited, a

collection of proof £5 (2) and £10 (2), 18- (c. 1880-

85), no serial numbers, black and white on paper (3)

and card (1), value at lower left, top left, top right and

centre in tableau, arms at top centre, printed by

Perkins, Bacon & Co. (Outing 1580b, 1580h, 1580d,

and 1580k), mount marks, pencil annotations,

minimal surface dirt, sections excised, otherwise

generally good extremely fine (4)

£80-120

1528

Northamptonshire Banking Company (Kettering,

Stamford, Northampton, Wellingborough), a set

four proof £5 from each branch of issue, 18- (c.1847-

76), no serial numbers, black and white on card (2)

and paper (2), value at lower left, top left, top right

and centre in tableau, arms at top centre, printed by

Perkins, Bacon & Co. (Outing 1580b), mount marks,

pencil and ink annotations, surface dirt, handstamped

‘SPECIMEN’ (2), about very fine to extremely fine (4)

£200-250

129

1529

Northamptonshire Banking Company

(Wellingborough Branch), £10, 4 June 18(80),

serial number 2832, black and white, value at lower

left, top left, top right and centre in tableau, arms at

top centre, manuscript signature of A. Kempson at

lower right, printed by Perkins, Bacon & Co. (Outing

1580c), heavy toning, numerous handstamps in red,

purple and black on reverse, top left corner missing, fine

£80-120

1530

Northamptonshire Banking Company Limited

(Wellingborough Branch), £20, 28 September

18(85), serial number 248, black and white, value at

lower left, top left, top right and centre in tableau,

arms at top centre, handwritten branch name at centre,

manuscript signature of A. Kempson at lower right,

printed by Perkins, Bacon & Co. (Outing 1580l), cut

and rejoined, toned, numerous purple handstamps on

reverse, top left corner missing, good fine

£100-150


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1531

Newark Bank (Pocklington & Co), 5/-, 29

December 180(7), serial number 433, black and

white, value at lower left and right, arms at top centre,

manuscript signature of lower right (Outing 1488n),

bankruptcy handstamp on reverse, heavily toned, holes

along creases, about good

£120-160

1532

Newark Bank (Pocklington, Dickinson, Hunter &

Co.), £1, 1 July 1801, no.16499, arms at top left,

black, handsigned by Pocklington, embossed revenue

stamp, bankruptcy stamp on reverse (Outing 1488b

but earlier date), some paper loss at bottom right, very

good

£80-100

1533

Newark Bank (Pocklington, Dickinson, Hunter &

Co.), £1, 1801, serial number unreadable, arms at left,

black, embossed revenue stamp, bankruptcy stamp on

reverse (Outing 1488b), signatures and other

manuscrip insertions are heavily faded, very good.

£40-60

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

NEWARK

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1534

Newark Bank (Pocklington, Dickinson & Co), £1,

25 March 180(9), serial number 998, black and white

on watermarked paper, value at lower left and right,

arms at left, duty stamp at left, manuscript signature of

lower right (Outing 1488i), bankruptcy handstamp on

reverse, toning, fine

£60-80

1535

Newark Bank (Pocklington, Dickinson, Hunter &

Co.), £1, 1 February 1807, no.61?, arms at left, black,

handsigned by Dickinson, embossed revenue stamp,

bankruptcy stamp on reverse (Outing 1488b), very

good.

£40-50

1536

Newark Bank (Pocklington, Dickinson, Hunter &

Co.), £2, 1 February 1806, serial number unreadable,

arms at top left, black, handsigned by Dickinson,

embossed revenue stamp, bankruptcy stamp on reverse

(Outing 1488g), trimmed at all edges, small holes in

body, good.

£80-120


1537

Newark Bank (Pocklington, Dickinson & Co), £2,

6 April 180(7), serial number 623, black and white,

value at lower left, top left and centre, arms at left,

duty stamp at left, manuscript signature of lower right

(Outing 1488j), cropped edges, heavily toned, small hole

at right, very good

£80-120

1538

Newark Bank (Pocklington, Dickinson, Hunter &

Co.), an unissued, possibly proof £2 10 shillings, 1-

(circa 1807), arms at top left, black (Outing 1488e),

tide mark from prior framing, mount marks on reverse,

the body good very fine

£150-200

1539

Newark Bank (Pocklington, Dickinson, Hunter &

Co.), £5, 15 september 1806, no.107, arms in circular

medallion at left, black, handsigned by Pocklington,

embossed revenue stamp, bankruptcy stamp on reverse

(Outing 1488g), trimmed at all edges, very good

£50-80

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1540

Newark Bank (Pocklington, Dickinson & Co), £5,

22 March 180(9), serial number 850, black and white

on watermarked paper, value at lower left and top left,

arms at left, duty stamp at left, manuscript signature at

lower right (Outing 1488k), bankruptcy handstamp on

reverse, toning and ink marks, a crisp and fresh good

fine

£100-150

1541

Newark Bank (Pocklington, Dickinson, Hunter &

Compy.), a proof 5 guineas, 180-, arms in circular

medallion at left, black on card (Outing 1488a for

type), extremely fine

£100-150

1542

Newark Bank (Pocklington, Dickinson & Co),

£10, 26 April 180(9), serial number 377, black and

white on watermarked paper, value at lower left and

centre, arms at left surrounded by reads, duty stamp at

left, manuscript signature at lower right (Outing

1488l), bankruptcy handstamp on reverse, heavy

moisture damage, top edge damaged, good

£100-150


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1543

Newark Bank (Samuel Smith & Co), proof £5, 18-,

serial number D2001, black and white on water

marked paper, elephant in watermark, value at lower

left, top right and centre as protector in blue, arms at

top left (Outing 1491a), perforated ‘SPECIMEN B.W.

& Co LONDON’, minimal surface marks, otherwise a

beautiful about uncirculated

£200-300

1544

Newark Bank (Samuel Smith & Co), proof £10,

18-, serial number R1100, black and white on

watermarked paper, elephant in watermark, value at

lower left, top left and centre as protector in red, arms

at top left (not seen, see Outing 1491a for type),

perforated ‘SPECIMEN B.W. & Co LONDON’,

minimal surface dirt, pencil annotation at top left

dated ‘8 June 83’, otherwise a beautiful and fresh good

very fine

£200-300

1545

Newark upon Trent Bank (Jas. Guthrie), proof 5

Guineas, 17- (c.1791-93), no serial number, black and

white, value at lower left and right, Castle Gate

emblem at top left (Outing 1487a), mounted on blue

paper, minimal toning, otherwise original and about

uncirculated

£100-150

133

1546

Newark upon Trent Bank (James Guthrie), 5

guineas, 1 Aug 1791, no.139, Castlegate building at

top left, black, handsigned by James Guthrie,

embossed revenue stamp (Outing 1487a), oil stain at

right, has been mounted, very good and scarce

£200-250

1547

Newark upon Trent Bank (Jas. Guthrie), 5

Guineas, 22 May 17(93), serial number 3837, black

and white, value at lower left and left, Castle Gate

emblem at top left, manuscript signature of Jas.

Guthrie at lower right, duty stamp at left (Outing

1487a), annotation on reverse relating to bankruptcy

dated ‘1793 July 6’, hole at top right, toning, otherwise a

not unattractive fine

£200-300

1548

Newark upon Trent Bank (James Guthrie), £10, 1

Oct. 1791, no.376, Castlegate building at top left,

black, handsigned by James Guthrie (Outing 1487

unlisted denomination), some paper loss in centre at

bottom left, fair but very rare

£100-150


1549

Newark & Sleaford Bank (Handley, Peacock &

Co.), an unissued £10, Newark 18- (circa 1810),

no.4201, monogram at left, black, TEN in underprint,

perforated ‘& Co.’ (Outing 1490 for partnership),

near extremely fine

£200-300

1550

Sleaford & Newark Bank (Peacock, Handley,

Kirton & Handleys), £1, 9 October 181(3), serial

number F1823, black and white, value at lower left,

centre and top right, bankers’ initials at left, duty

stamp at left (partnership name not seen in Outing),

cut cancelled, toned, good fine

£150-200

1551

Sleaford & Newark Bank (Peacock, Handley,

Kirton & Handleys), 5 Guineas, 26 September

18(09), serial number 2814, black and white, value at

lower left, centre as protector and top right, bankers’

initials at left, duty stamp at centre left (partnership

name not seen in Outing), cut cancelled, pinholes, fine

£200-300

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1552

Nottingham Bank (Samuel Smith & Company), a

specimen £50, 18- (circa 1879), printed by Bradbury,

Wilkinson & Co., company logo at left, black, green

FIFTY in underprint, perforated SPECIMEN/B.W &

Co/LONDON, No.E301, small annotation ‘Jay 79’

(Outing 1614n) extremely fine and rare.

£500-600

1553

Nottingham Bank (Samuel Smith & Company), a

specimen £50, 18- (circa 1880), printed by Bradbury,

Wilkinson & Co., company logo at left, black, green

FIFTY in underprint, perforated SPECIMEN/B.W &

Co/LONDON, No.E801 (Outing 1614n) extremely

fine and rare.

£500-600

1554

Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Bank (Fellows,

Mellor & Hart), £1, unissued, 181-, vignette of river

scene at left, black, annotated ‘Third series’ in red,

signature area cut out showing some remains of a

signature behind, embossed revenue stamp (Outing

1619, type not listed), good very fine

£150-250


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1555

Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Bank (Fellows,

Hart & Co.), £1, unissued, 18- (circa 1824), vignette

of river scene at left, black, annotated ‘Fourth Series’

in red, signature area cut out and top left corner cut

where a serial number would be placed, embossed

revenue stamp (Outing 1619, type not listed), good

very fine

£60-80

1556

Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Bank (Fellows,

Hart & Co.), a proof £1, 18- (circa 1825), vignette

of river scene at left, black, laid down on card (Outing

1619, type not listed), some foxing, very fine

£150-200

1557

Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Bank (Hart,

Fellows & Co.), £1, unissued, 182-, vignette of river

scene at left, black, annotated ‘Sixth Series’ in red, red

and black revenue stamp on reverse, (Outing 1619c),

good very fine

£200-300

135

1558

Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Bank (Hart,

Fellowes & Co.), £5, unissued, 18- (circa 1850),

vignette of river scene at left, black, (Outing 1619,

type not listed), good very fine

£150-200

1559

Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Bank (Hart,

Fellows & Co.), £5, 5 sept. 1846, no.A906, vignette

of river scene at left, black, revenue stamp on reverse,

(Outing 1619d), cut in half and rejoined, annotated

‘Paid’, fine

£150-200

1560

Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Bank [Fellows?],

an unissued £10, 181-, river scene at left, black,

signature area cut out, (Outing 1619 denomination

not seen), good very fine

£200-300


1561

Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Bank (Hart,

Fellows & Co.), an unissued £20, 18- (circa 1830),

river scene at left, black (Outing 1619h), a lovely note

with just one central fold, about extremely fine

£250-350

1562

Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Banking

Company, a forged £5, 21 Oct. 1848, No.9735,

Castle in centre, black, note attached on reverse ‘Paid

Friday 27 Dec. 1850 Forged Note’ (Outing 1621a

var), signature cut out, small pieces missing top right,

very good

£100-150

1563

Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Banking

Company Limited, an unissued or specimen £5, 19-

(circa 1905), Britannia in centre, black, blue

underprint, blue reverse, perforated CANCELLED,

with counterfoil (Outing 1621h), almost extremely fine

£200-300

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1564

Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Banking

Company Limited, an unissued £5, 19- (circa 1905),

numbered 140140, Britannia in centre, black, blue

underprint, blue reverse, (Outing 1621h), extremely

fine

£200-300

1565

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Banking

Company, a prood £50, 18- (circa 1860), Britannia in

centre, black on card, printed by Batho & Bingley

(Outing 1621 for type), a tiny amount of surface dirt,

extremely fine

£200-300

1566

Nottingham (Willm Nunn & Compy), unissued £1,

18- (circa 1800), allegorical female with sailing ship at

top left, black, grey underprint, embossed revenue

stamp (Outing 1616a), good fine

£150-180


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1567

Nottingham (Saml Smith Esqr & Co.), one guinea,

23 Aug. 1804, no.R122, arms at left, black,

handsigned by one of the partners, embossed revenue

stamp (Outing 1614e), fine

£100-150

1568

Nottingham Bank (Samuel Smith & Co), proof £5,

18-, serial number D1000, black and white on

watermarked paper, elephant head in watermark, value

at lower left, top right and centre as protector in blue,

arms at top left, (Outing 1614h), perforated

‘SPECIMEN’, pencil annotation at top left, otherwise

about uncirculated, a beautiful note

£200-250

1569

Nottingham Bank (Samuel Smith & Co), proof £5,

19-, serial number G1000, black and white on

watermarked paper, elephant head in watermark, value

at lower left, top right and centre as protector in blue,

arms at top left, (Outing 1614h), perforated

‘SPECIMEN’, pencil annotation at top left dated ‘15th

Mar 1907’, otherwise about uncirculated, a beautiful

note

£200-250

137

1570

Nottingham Bank (Samuel Smith & Co), proof £5,

18-, serial number J/I1001, black and white on

watermarked paper, value at lower left, top right and

centre as protector in blue, arms at top left, (Outing

1614h), perforated ‘SPECIMEN B.W. & Co

LONDON’, pencil annotation at top left dated ‘aug

79’, evidence of mounting on reverse, otherwise about

uncirculated

£200-250

1571

Nottingham Bank (Samuel Smith & Co), proof

£10, 18-, serial number D303, black and white, value

at lower left, top left and centre as protector in brown,

arms at left (Outing 1614j), two cancellation holes,

right edge torn, otherwise about uncirculated

£250-300

1572

The Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Bank

Company, proof of unissued £5, 18-, no serial

number, black and white on watermarked paper, value

at centre and top right and top left pictorialised with

allegorical maiden and factory scene, beautiful vignette

of Nottingham Castle at top centre, printed by W. H.

Lizars (Outing 1621e), very minimal toning, a

beautiful about uncirculated

£300-400


1573

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Banking

Company Limited., an unissued £50, 19- (circa

1905), no.2412, Britannia in centre, black, red

underprint FIFTY, red reverse, handwritten

‘cancelled’ in signature area (Outing 1621j) very fine

to extremely fine

£500-700

1574

Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Banking

Company, a proof Bank Post Bill for £50,

Nottingham 18- (circa 1850), Britannia at left, black,

printed on card (Outing not listed), some foxing but

extremely fine

£100-150

1575

Moore & Robinson’s Nottinghamshire Banking

Company Limited, a specimen £5, Nottingham 18-

(circa 1870), large country house on hilltop at left,

black, orange underprint, perforated SPECIMEN/ C.

SKIPPER & EAST (Outing 1622e), extremely fine

£150-200

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1576

Moore & Robinson’s Nottinghamshire Banking

Company Limited, a specimen £10, Nottingham 18-

(circa 1870), large country house on hilltop at left,

black, orange underprint, perforated SPECIMEN/ C.

SKIPPER & EAST twice (Outing 1622f), extremely

fine

£200-250

1577

Moore & Robinson’s Nottinghamshire Banking

Company Limited, a specimen £20, Nottingham 18-

(circa 1870), large country house on hilltop at left,

black, orange underprint, perforatedSPECIMEN/ C.

SKIPPER & EAST (Outing 1622h), extremely fine

£200-250

1578

Moore & Robinson’s Nottinghamshire Banking

Company Limited, a specimen £50, Nottingham 18-

(circa 1870), large country house on hilltop at left,

black, orange underprint, perforatedSPECIMEN/ C.

SKIPPER & EAST (Outing 1622j), extremely fine

£300-400


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1579

Moore & Robinson’s Nottinghamshire Banking

Company Limited, a proof £100, Nottingham 18-

(circa 1870), large country house on hilltop at left,

black, on plain paper, perforatedSPECIMEN/ C.

SKIPPER & EAST (Outing 1622 unlisted

denomination), some annotation, paper loss at top right

and in centre, surface dirt, fine

£200-250

1580

Moore & Robinson’s Nottinghamshire Banking

Company Limited, a specimen £100, Nottingham

18- (circa 1870), large country house on hilltop at left,

black, orange underprint, perforatedSPECIMEN/ C.

SKIPPER & EAST (Outing 1622 unlisted

denomination), crease at lower right, extremely fine and

rare

£60-80

RETFORD

1581

Retford Bank (Pocklington, Dickinson, hunter &

Co.), £1, 30 septr 1807, no.G983, East Retford

emblem at left, black, handsigned by Dickinson,

embossed revenue stamp, bankruptcy stamp on reverse

(Outing 1778a), very good

£40-50

139

1582

Retford Bank (Pocklington, Dickinson &

Compy.), £1, 1 Novr 1808, no.296, East Retford

emblem at left, black, handsigned by Dickinson,

embossed revenue stamp, bankruptcy stamp on reverse

(Outing 1778b), good fine

£50-80

1583

Retford Bank (Pocklington, Dickinson &

Compy.), £1, 14 Decr. 1807, no.J783, East Retford

emblem at left, black, handsigned by Pocklington,

bankruptcy stamp on reverse (Outing 1778b), very

good

£40-60

1584

Retford Bank (Pocklington, Dickinson, Hunter &

Co.), £1, 24 Novr 1807, no.H467, East Retford

emblem at left, black, handsigned by Dickinson,

embossed revenue stamp, bankruptcy stamp on reverse

(Outing 1778a), very good

£40-60


1585

Retford Bank (Pocklington, Dickinson, Hunter &

Co.), £5, 9 Jany 1807, no.F191, East Retford emblem

at left, black, handsigned by Pocklington, embossed

revenue stamp, bankruptcy stamp on reverse (Outing

1778c), small cut top right corner, about fine

£50-80

1586

Retford Bank (Cooke, Childers, Foljambe &

Parker), a proof £10, 18- (circa 1840), monument at

left, black, on plain paper pasted onto card (Outing

1779a), small nick at right edge, extremely fine

£300-400

1587

Beckett & Co., Retford Branch (Edmund Denison,

W. B. Denison, J. M. Smith, C. B. Denison, H. B.

W. Milner & C. E. J. Cooke), proof £5, no date

(c.1867), no serial number, black and white, value at

lower left, top left, top left and centre, allegorical

females with arms at top centre, flanked by buildings

(St. Swithun’s, East Retford, to the right), centre text

in tableau, printed by Perkins, Bacon & Co (Outing

2432a), ‘SPECIMEN’ handstamped at lower right,

pencil annotation at lower centre read ‘17th Dec 1867’,

corners cropped and lower right corner torn, otherwise

an attractive about uncirculated

£150-200

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1588

Retford Bank (Beckett & Co), a collection of proof

demand and sight bills, from 186- to 19-, no serial

numbers, black and white, logo at left, all addressed to

London bankers Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co, minor

changes in date line, showcases transition from

Retford Bank to Retford Old Bank (not seen in

Outing) some with pencil annotations, evidence of

mounting on reverse, generally extremely fine (10)

£100-150

SOUTHWELL

1589

Southwell Bank (Messrs Wylde, Brettle & Bolger),

5 shillings, 20 Feb 1806, no.G130, small format note

with monogram at top centre, black (Outing 2009

unlisted denomination), backed, poor but very rare.

£50-100

1590

Southwell Bank (William Wylde & Thomas

Bolger), £1, 9 April 1824, no.J690, Nottinghamshire

logo at left, black, ONE in underprint, revenue stamp

on reverse (Outing 2009 issue not seen), some paper

loss at right, very good

£80-120


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1591

Southwell Bank (William Wylde & Thomas

Bolger), a proof £5, 18- (circa 1813),

Nottinghamshire logo at left, black on card, (Outing

2009 type not seen), some foxing but extremely fine.

£150-200

1592

Southwell Bank (Wylde & Company), £5, 1

October 1873, no.Y85, Nottinghamshire logo at left,

black, blue FIVE in underprint, red embossed revenue

stamp on face, liquidation and dividend stamps on

reverse (Outing 2009c), good fine

£200-300

WORKSOP

1595

Beckett & Co., Worksopp Branch (Edmund

Denison, W. B. Denison, J. M. Smith, C. B.

Denison, H. B. W. Milner & C. E. J. Cooke), proof

£5, no date (c.1867), no serial number, black and

white, value at lower left, top left, top left and centre,

allegorical females with arms at top centre, centre text

in tableau, printed by Perkins, Bacon & Co (Outing

2432a), ‘SPECIMEN’ handstamped at lower right,

pencil annotation at lower centre reads ‘17th Dec 1867’,

corners cropped and lower right corner torn, otherwise

an attractive about uncirculated

£150-200

141

1596

Worksopp Bank (Beckett & Co), a pair of proof

demand and sight bills, 186-, no serial numbers, black

and white, logo at left, all addressed to London

bankers Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co, (see Outing 2432

for partnership name), pencil annotations, evidence of

mounting on reverse, generally extremely fine (2)

£40-60

1597

Worksopp Old Bank (Beckett & Co), a collection of

proof demand and sight bills, from 187- to 19-, no

serial numbers, black and white, logo at left, all

addressed to London bankers Glyn, Mills, Currie &

Co, minor changes in date line (Bank name not seen

in Outing, see Outing 2432 for partnership name),

some with pencil annotations, evidence of mounting on

reverse, generally extremely fine (8)

£200-250


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1598

Abingdon Bank (Tombs & Co), bill of exchange for

£30, 22 December 17(94), serial number J2155, black

and white on watermarked paper, vignette of

St.Nicholas Church at top left, value at top left, duty

stamp at top left, manuscript signature of John Tombs

at lower right (see Outing 18 for partnership name),

extensive annotations on reverse dated ‘10th March

1796’, burn holes at left, fine

£100-150

1599

Abingdon (Josh. Wm. Bej. Tomkins & Co),

unissued 5 Guineas, no date (c. 1782-90), no serial

number, black and white, arms at top left, value at

lower left and centre (Outing 17a), foxing, evidence of

mounting on reverse, top right corner missing, otherwise

about very fine

£150-200

OXFORDSHIRE

ABINGDON

143

1600

Navigation Bank, £1, 20 April 18(09), serial number

(illegible), black and white, value at lower left and

right, vignette of river scene at top left, manuscript

signature at lower right (Outing 21a), pinholes, toned,

ink marks and annotations on obverse and reverse, very

good

£200-250

1601

Abingdon Bank (Knapp & Co), £5, 4 July 18(31),

serial number A1967, black and white, value at lower

left, top right and centre as protector in blue, arms at

left, manuscript signature of Knapp at lower right,

revenue stamp on reverse in black and red (Outing

20), heavily toned with annotations on obverse and

reverse, edges cropped, very good

£100-150

1602

Abingdon Bank (Knapp & Co), £5, 31 March

18(45), serial number 11363, black and white, value at

lower left, top right and centre as protector in blue,

arms at left, manuscript signature of Knapp at lower

right, revenue stamp on reverse in black and red

(Outing 20), heavily toned, hole at left, good

£100-150


1603

Abingdon Bank (Knapp & Co), £10, 15 October

18(40), serial number 4312, black and white, value at

lower left, top right and centre as protector in blue,

arms at left, manuscript signature of Knapp at lower

right (Outing 20), toning, tear at left, pinholes,

separated and rejoined with tape, about good

£150-200

1604

Abingdon & Berkshire Bank (Child, Prince &

Spenlove), £10, 1 January 17(99), serial number

3711, black and white on watermarked paper, value at

lower left, arms at left, manuscript signature of Child

at lower right, duty stamp at lower left (Outing 19a),

riddled with holes, ink marks, grafitti on reverse, good

£150-200

BANBURY

1605

Banbury Old Bank (Tim. Cobb & Ty. Rhodes

Cobb), £5, 2 July 18(27), serial number 3822, black

and white, arms a top left, value at lower left and top

right, Britannia vignette at centre, revenue stamp on

reverse in black and red (see Outing 71h for

partnership name), cut cancelled, a crisp and fresh very

fine

£150-180

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Banbury Old Bank (Tim. Ty. Rhodes & Edw.

Cobb), £5, 26 February 18(34), serial number 1427,

black and white, arms a top left, value at lower left and

top right, Britannia vignette at centre (Outing 71i),

cut cancelled, slightly toned, a crisp about very fine

£150-180

1607

Banbury Old Bank (Tim. Cobb & T. R. Cobb),

proof £5 and £10 pair, 18-, no serial numbers, black

and white, arms a top left, value at lower left and right,

Britannia vignette at centre, surrounded by border,

revenue stamp on reverse in black and red, printed by

Perkins, Fairman & Heath (see Outing 71 for

partnership name), annotations on obverse and reverse,

including a sketch for proposed design, good very fine, a

classic design

£200-250

1608

Banbury Old Bank (Tim., Thos. & T. R. Cobb),

£10, 3 January 18(22), serial number 2299C, black

and white, arms a top left, value at lower left and right,

Britannia vignette at centre, duty stamp at left (see

Outing 71d for partnership name), cut cancelled, paper

adhered to reverse, toning and grafitti, edges cropped,

pinholes at left, very good

£80-120


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1609

Banbury Old Bank (Tim. Rhodes Cobb & Son), a

collection of proofs for £5 (3) and £10 (3), 18-, no

serial numbers, black and white on paper (4) and card

(2), Britannia vignette at centre, value at lower left and

top right, printed by Perkins, Fairman & Heath (see

Outing 71 for partnership name), evidence of

mounting on reverse, some discolouration and corners

missing, from good to fresh about uncirculated (6)

£400-600

1610

Banbury Old Bank (Timothy, Thomas & T. R.

Cobb), bill of exchange for £196-17-10, 24 March

18(23), no serial number, black and white, manuscript

signature at lower right, includes a proof for bill of

exchange (Tim. Rhodes Cobb & Son), black and

white, arms at left (see Outing 71 for partnership

names), evidence of mounting on reverse, minimal

discolouration, otherwise good extremely fine (2)

£40-50

1611

Banbury Bank (Bignell, Heydon & Wyatt), a trial

and proof for 5 Guineas, no date (c. 1790-96), no

serial number, black and white, value at lower left (not

seen, see Outing 72 for partnership name), mounted

on blue paper, surface dirt and light toning, otherwise

about very fine (2)

£100-150

145

1612

Banbury Bank (Heydon, Wyatt & Heydon), £1, 18

November 18(13), serial number S7473, black and

white, value at lower left and top right, manuscript

signature of of John Heydon at lower right (Outing

72b), heavy toning, stain at left, laid down on white

paper, very good

£80-100

1613

Banbury Bank (Bignell, Heydon & Wyatt), pull of

a £15, no date (c.1784-96), no serial number, black

and white on watermarked paper, sun emblem at top

left, value at lower left and right, printed in 1919 on

Gillett & Co. Bank Note paper (not seen, see Outing

72a for partnership name), very fine and very rare. This

note was printed at J.A. Gillett’s direction from an old

copper plate found in the Rectory garden pond at

Broughton when it was cleaned in 1906. This plate was

lent to J.A. Gillett by the Rev. C.B. Bradford who

allowed him to have the 36 impressions, of which this is

one.

£50-60

1614

Banbury Bank (Heydon, Wyatt & Heydon), a pair

of bills of exchange, both for £24-5-0, 2 April 1810 &

4 April 18(03), no serial numbers, black and white,

value at lower left, manuscript signature of R. Smith at

lower right (see Outing 72 for partnership name),

discolouration and torn top left corner (1), generally

about very fine

£30-50


1615

Banbury Bank (Jonathan Gillett, Charles Gillett

and Alfred Gillett), £5, 8 November 18(67), no

serial number 13333, black and white on watermarked

paper, value at lower left, top right and centre at

protector in blue, arms at top left, manuscript

signature at lower right, partnership and bank name in

filigree design in blue and brown on reverse (Outing

72f) handstamped ‘CANCELLED’ at lower right, ink

annotation on reverse, pinholes and toning, otherwise a

crisp very fine

£400-600

1616

Banbury Bank (Jonathan, Charles, Alfred, John P.

& J. Ashby Gillett), proof £5, 18- (c. 1890), no serial

number, black and white on watermarked paper, value

at lower left, top right and centre at protector in blue,

arms at top left, partnership and bank name in filigree

design in blue and brown on reverse (Outing 72m)

perforated cancelled, pencil annotation at lower left

dated ‘11/3/90’, a beautiful good very fine and a

wonderful design

£150-200

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1617

Banbury Bank (Gillett & Co), £5, 1 January 19(12),

serial number 49396, black and white on watermarked

paper, value at lower left, top right and centre at

protector in blue, arms at top left, manuscript

signature at lower right, partnership and bank name in

filigree design in blue and brown on reverse (Outing

72p) ink cancelled, handstamped ‘CANCELLED’ by

Barclays Bank Ltd., a crisp and original very fine

£500-700

1618

Banbury Bank (Gillett & Co), £10, 1 December

19(08), serial number 13964, black and white on

watermarked paper, value at lower left, top right and

centre at protector in blue, arms at top left, manuscript

signature at lower right, partnership and bank name in

filigree design in blue and brown on reverse (Outing

72q) handstamped ‘CANCELLED’ twice on obverse,

numerous bank handstamps on reverse in purple and

red, pinholes at top left and toning, a pleasing good fine

£600-800


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BICESTER

1619

Bicester & Oxfordshire Bank (George Tubb &

Wm. Coleman), a collection of proofs for £5 (3) and

£10 (3), 18- (c. 1866-73), no serial numbers, black

and white on paper, value at lower left, top right and

centre, allegorical female at top centre, Queen Victoria

likeness at top left (3), Britannia vignette at top left (3)

(Outing 135e, 135f), evidence of mount marks on

reverse, pencil annotations, some with sections missing

but generally crisp and fresh, extremely fine (6)

£400-600

1620

Bicester & Oxfordshire Bank (George Tubb &

Henry Tubb), a collection of proofs for £5 (2) and

£10 (3), 18- (c. 1873-87), no serial numbers, black

and white on paper (4) and card (1), value at lower

left, top right and centre, allegorical female at top

centre, Queen Victoria likeness at top left (3),

Britannia vignette at top left (2) (Outing 135g and not

seen), evidence of mount marks on reverse, pencil

annotations, some with sections missing but generally

crisp and fresh, extremely fine (5)

£250-300

147

1621

Bicester & Oxfordshire Bank (Tubb & Co), £5, 23

January 19(17), serial number 12281, black and

white, value at lower left, top right and centre,

allegorical female at top centre, Britannia vignette at

top left, manuscript Henry Tubb at lower right,

printed by Perkins, Bacon & Petch (see Outing 135h

for partnership name), handstamped ‘PAID 22 MAR

1922’ at lower right, a crisp about very fine

£300-400

1622

Bicester & Oxfordshire Bank (Tubb & Co), £10, 7

August 19(14), serial number 5631, black and white,

value at lower left, top right and centre, allegorical

female at top centre, Queen Victoria likeness at top

left, manuscript Henry Tubb at lower right, printed by

Perkins, Bacon & Co (Outing 135h), handstamped

‘PAID 20 JAN 1922’ at lower right, handstamped

‘LLOYDS BANK BANBURY’ on reverse, a pleasing

fine

£300-400


CHIPPING NORTON

1623

Chipping Norton Bank (Wm. Atkins & Sons), £1,

1 December 18(13), serial number D1474, black and

white, value at lower left and top centre, arms at top

left with bankers’ initials, manuscript signature in

tableau at lower right (Outing 544a), heavy toning and

discolouration, tear at lower edge, good

£80-100

1624

Chipping Norton Bank (Corgan, Paget &

Matthews), £1, 2 April 18(16), serial number 6912,

black and white, value at lower left, top left and right,

arms at left with bankers’ initials, manuscript signature

of Corgan at lower right (Outing 543a), toning and

discolouration, torn edges and holes along centre fold,

good

£100-150

1625

Chipping Norton Bank (Corgan, Paget &

Matthews), £5, 10 April (1816), serial number 3466,

black and white on watermarked paper, value at lower

left and centre, arms at left with bankers’ initials, duty

stamp at left, manuscript signature of Corgan at lower

right (Outing 543b), minimal toning at edges, a crisp

and original about very fine

£150-250

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1626

Chipping Norton Bank (Corgan, Paget &

Matthews), £10, 9 May (1816), serial number 3934,

black and white on watermarked paper, value at lower

left and centre, arms at left with bankers’ initials, duty

stamp at left, manuscript signature of Corgan at lower

right (Outing 543c), minimal toning, cropped edges,

otherwise a pleasing, crisp very fine

£150-200

HENLEY

1627

Henley & Oxfordshire Bank (George Hewett &

John Cooper), a pair of £1, 12 April 181(7) &

September 181(7), serial number E2763 & E9911,

black and white, value at lower left and top right, arms

at left, manuscript signature of John Cooper at lower

right (Outing 928a), bankruptcy handstamp and ink

annotations on reverse, heavily toned, good (2)

£100-150


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1628

Henley & Oxfordshire Bank (George Hewett &

John Cooper), £1, 21 January 18(19), serial number

E7321, black and white, value at lower left and top

right, arms at top left, manuscript signature of John

Cooper at lower right (Outing 928a), top right corner

missing, ink annotations on reverse, heavily toned, good

£80-120

1629

Henley & Oxfordshire Bank (George Hewett &

John Cooper), £5, 2 December 181(6), serial

number L1040, black and white, value at lower left

and centre, arms at top left, manuscript signature of

John Cooper at lower right (Outing 928b),

bankruptcy handstamp dated ‘Feb 13th, 1821’ on

reverse, heavily annotated on both sides, good

£150-200

1630

Henley & Oxfordshire Bank (George Hewett &

John Cooper), £5, 9 January 181(8), serial number

L2787, black and white, value at lower left and centre,

arms at top left, manuscript signature of John Cooper

at lower right (Outing 928b), bankruptcy handstamp

dated ‘Feb 13th, 1821’, and ink annotations on reverse,

heavily toned, cropped edges, good

£100-150

149

1631

Henley & Oxfordshire Bank (George Hewett &

John Cooper), £10, 22 September 181(8), serial

number L2039, black and white, value at lower left

and right, arms at top left, manuscript signature of

John Cooper at lower right (Outing 928b),

bankruptcy handstamp and ink annotations on reverse,

pinholes, cropped edges, very good

£200-250

OXFORD

1632

Oxford Bank (Rich. Cox & Co), a collection of

proofs for Oxford Bank, c. 1795-98, no serial

numbers, black and white, arms at top left (1),

including London partnerships ‘Smith & Patten’ and

‘Blundell & Staffords’ (not seen, see Outing 1663 for

partnership name), mounted on blue paper, very light

discolouration, otherwise about uncirculated (3)

£80-120

1633

Oxford Bank (Rich. Cox, Js. Morrell, Richd. F.

Cox & R. Morrell), proof £1, 18- (c. 1804-36), no

serial number, black and white, arms at centre in

cartouche, value at lower center and top left (Outing

1663a), light toning, small tear at top, otherwise good

extremely fine

£150-250


1634

Oxford Bank (Rich. Cox, Js. Morrell, Richd. F.

Cox & R. Morrell), proof £20, 18- (c. 1804-36), no

serial number, black and white, arms at centre in

cartouche, value at lower centre and top left (Outing

1663a), light toning, hole at top and small sections

missing from top and bottom left corners, otherwise good

extremely fine, a beautiful note and rare

£300-400

1635

Oxford Bank (Rich. Wooten, Thos. Tubb & Co),

unissued £10, 182-, serial number 1878, black and

white on watermarked paper, value at lower left, top

right and centre as protector, arms at top left, bankers’

initials at left, interesting inverted serial number at top

left (not seen Outing), light toning, slight damage to

top left corner on reverse, otherwise good extremely fine

£300-400

1636

Oxford Old Bank (Herbert Parsons, John

Thomson & John Parsons), £5, 1 October 18(99),

serial number A13029, black and white, value at lower

left, top right and centre as protector, arms at top

centre, manuscript signature of J. Parsons at lower

right (Outing 1660c), handstamped ‘CANCELLED’

twice in purple, red pencil annotation dated ‘23/12/02’

on reverse, two black ink marks, otherwise a fresh about

very fine

£400-600

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Oxford Old Bank (Herbert Parsons, John

Thomson & John Parsons), £20, 1 October 18(84),

serial number 16973, black and white, value at lower

left, arms at left, red duty stamp at top left, manuscript

signature of H. Parsons at lower right (Outing 1660e),

handstamped ‘CANCELLED’ twice in purple, red

pencil annotation dated ‘6/1/03’ on reverse, light

toning, otherwise about very fine and rare

£500-700

WITNEY

1638

Oxfordshire, Witney Bank (Jn. Wms. Clinch, Jas.

Clinch Junr. & Clinch), specimen £20, 185-, no

serial number, black and white, value at lower left, top

right and centre, sheep vignette at top left, printed by

Rowe, Kentish & Co (not seen in Outing, see 2390

for bank name), minimal toning at edges, only the

slightest evidence of handling, good extremely fine

£200-250


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1639

Oxfordshire, Witney Bank (Gillett & Co), £5, 3

March 19(13), serial number W9277, black and white,

value at lower left, top right and centre as protector in

blue, sheep vignette at top left, manuscript signature

of Gillett at lower right, partnership initials

surrounded by guilloche design in brown on reverse

(Outing 2390d), handstamps ‘CANCELLED’,

handstamped ‘LLOYDS BANK FARINGDON’ and

‘MIDLAND BANK’ on reverse, pinholes at top right,

otherwise a not unattractive about very fine

£400-600

1640

Oxfordshire, Witney Bank (Gillett & Co), £10, 9

May 19(13), serial number W4460, black and white,

value at lower left, top right and centre as protector in

blue, sheep vignette at top centre, manuscript

signature of Gillett at lower right, partnership initials

surrounded by guilloche design in brown on reverse

(Outing 2390f), ink cancelled in pink, pinholes at left

and toning at right, otherwise an attractive, crisp very

fine and rare

£400-600

151

1641

Oxfordshire, Witney Bank (Gillett & Co), £10, 9

May 19(13), serial number W4469, black and white,

value at lower left, top right and centre as protector in

blue, sheep vignette at top centre, manuscript

signature of Gillett at lower right, partnership initials

surrounded by guilloche design in brown on reverse

(Outing 2390f), ink cancelled in pink, light toning, an

attractive about very fine, rare

£450-650

1642

Witney Old Bank (Batt, Backshell & Batt), £1, 8

October 18(12), serial number 14854, black and

white, value at lower left and centre, bankers’ initials at

left, manuscript signature of Batt at lower right

(Outing 2389d), toned, holes at lower left, very good

£150-200

WOODSTOCK

1643

Woodstock Bank (Jos. Brooks), £1, 9 June 18(06),

serial number 1490, black and white, value at lower

left and top right, arms at top right, manuscript

signature of Jos. Brooks at lower right (Outing

2410a), toning and pinholes at left, very good

£150-250


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RUTLAND

UPPINGHAM

1644

Rutland (John Clark, Richard Mitchell, Joseph Philips & Thomas

Smith), proof £10, 18-, no serial number, black and white on card, arms

at left, value at bottom left and top right (not seen in Outing),

handstamped ‘SPECIMEN’, hole punched three times, mount marks on

reverse, very faint discolouration in places, extremely fine

£250-300

1645

Stamford Spalding and Boston Banking Company (Uppingham),

proof £5, 184-, no serial number, black and white on card, arms at top left,

value at bottom left and top right (see Outing 2036a for type),

handstamped ‘SPECIMEN’ in black, large tear at bottom right,

discolouration and evidence of mounting on reverse, fine

£100-150

153


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1647

Bungay, Suffolk & Norfolk (Matt. & Willm.

Abel), £1, 29 January 18(13), serial number 14276,

black and white mounted on card, value at bottom left

and centre, Britannia and friend at left (Outing 360b),

ink marks across centre, fine

£250-350

SUFFOLK

BUNGAY

1646

Bungay, Suffolk & Norfolk (Matt. & Willm. Abel), £1, 6

July 18(13), serial number 6418, black and white, value at

bottom left and centre, bankers’ initials at top left, manuscript

signature of Matt Abel at bottom right (Outing 360b), toned

at edges, fine

£150-200

155

1648

Bungay, Suffolk & Norfolk (no partnership name),

£1, 11 November 18(14), serial number 9182, black

and white on watermarked paper, value at bottom left

and centre, bankers’ initials at top left, manuscript

signature of Matt Abel at bottom right (see Outing

360b for type), ink annotations and bankruptcy stamp

dated ‘May 5th 1815’, very fine

£150-200


BURY ST. EDMUNDS

1649

Bury St. Edmunds (John Spink and Robert Carss),

50 Guineas / £52/10, 4 April 179(5), serial number

5010, black and white, bankers’ initials at top left,

manuscript signature of Robert Carss at bottom right

(Outing 379d), annotated note attached to reverse

regarding bankruptcy, reads ‘at the Angel Inn Bury St.

Edmunds, 22 April 1797’, original and fresh, good very

fine

£400-600

1650

Bury St. Edmunds (John Spink & Robert Carss), 5

Guineas, 25 March 179(5), serial number A3126,

black and white, bankers’ initials at top left, value at

bottom left and top right, faint duty stamp at left,

manuscript signature of Robert Carss at bottom right

(Outing 379a), annotations on reverse and pinholes,

fine

£300-350

1651

Bury St. Edmunds (John Spink & Robert Carss),

10 Guineas, 9 December 179(4), serial number

B2500, black and white, bankers’ initials at top left,

value at bottom left and top right, faint duty stamp at

left, manuscript signature of Robert Carss at bottom

right (Outing 379b), annotations on reverse, fine

£300-350

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1652

Bury St. Edmunds (Robert Walpole), 9 Guineas, 23

April 178(4), serial number 2338, black and white,

value at lower left, manuscript signature of Rob.

Walpole at lower right (Outing 381a), ink cancelled,

discolouration and holes, laid down on card, good

£200-300

1653

Bury & Suffolk Bank (James Oakes & Orbell Ray

Oakes), £1, 13 May 18(18), serial number 2561,

black and white, value at top right, oak tree vignette at

centre (Outing 386, partnership name not seen in

Outing), cut cancelled, toned, very good

£100-150

1654

Bury & Suffolk Bank (James Oakes & Orbell Ray

Oakes), £5, 25 September 18(16), serial number

A374, black and white, value at top right, oak tree

vignette at centre (Outing 386, partnership name not

seen in Outing), cut cancelled and annotated on

reverse, about very good

£100-150


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1655

Bury & Suffolk Bank (James Oakes & Orbell Ray

Oakes), £5, 14 October 18(20), serial number

B9310, black and white, value at top right, oak tree

vignette at top left, value in blue on reverse (Outing

386, partnership name not seen in Outing), cut

cancelled and annotated in black and red ink, very good

£100-150

1656

Bury & Suffolk Bank (Jas. Oakes, O. R. Oakes &

H. J. Oakes), £5, 26 September 182(7), serial

number 23809, black and white, value at top right and

bottom left, arms at centre, revenue stamp in black and

red on reverse (Outing 386, partnership name not

seen in Outing), cut cancelled, good fine

£200-300

1657

Bury & Suffolk Bank (Oakes, Bevan & Co.),

unissued £5, 185-, no serial number, black and white,

value at top right, bottom left, and centre as protector,

oak tree vignette at top left, Abbeygate vignette at top

right, partnership name in ornate design in blue on

reverse, engraved by Rowe, Kentish & Co., London

(Outing 386e), two folds at bottom right corner, slight

toning, a beautiful extremely fine

£250-350

157

1658

Suffolk & Essex Bank (Sparrow, Brown, Hanbury,

Savill & Moor), unissued £1, 18- (c.1820s), no serial

number, black and white, value at bottom left, castle

vignette at top left (not seen in Outing), light foxing in

places, a very pleasing extremely fine

£150-200

1659

Suffolk & Essex Bank (James G. Sparrow, George

Brown, Charles Hanbury, Joseph Savill & George

Moor), £1, 13 October 18(19), serial number

M5579, black and white, value at bottom left and top

right, castle vignette at top left, manuscript signature

of George Brown at bottom right (not seen in

Outing), annotation on obverse reads ‘Altered from one

pound to Ten pounds’, fine

£200-300

1660

East of England Bank, Bury St. Edmunds Branch,

proof on card for £5, no serial number, black and

white, value at bottom left, top left, top right and

centre, arms at left (not seen in Outing), ‘SPECIMEN’

handstamped in black, discolouration and evidence of

mounting on reverse, about very fine and rare

£150-200


CLARE

1661

Clare Bank (Jas. Ray & Ja. Reynolds Ray), £1, 16

April 180(6), serial number 1039, black and white,

value at bottom left and centre, arms at left,

manuscript signature of Ja. Ray at bottom right

(Outing 568a), light toning and two small ink marks,

small tape over tear on reverse, fine

£150-200

1662

Clare Bank (Jas. Ray & Ja. Reynolds Ray), £1, 26

February 18(19), serial number 7416, black and

white, value at bottom left and centre, vignette of

Clare Castle ruins at top left, manuscript signature of

Ja. Ray at bottom right (Outing 568a), some ink

marks, very good

£150-180

1663

Clare Bank (Jas. Ray & Ja. Reynolds Ray), £5, 29

May 18(16), serial number J2587, black and white,

value at bottom left, arms at left (Outing 568b), cut

cancelled, toning and annotation, about fine

£100-150

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1664

Clare Bank (Jas. Ray & Ja. Reynolds Ray), £5, 25

June 18(18), serial number 3136, black and white,

value at bottom left, centre and top right, vignette of

Clare Castle ruins at top left, manuscript signature of

Jas. Ray at bottom right, value and partnership name

in blue on reverse (Outing 568b), toning and evidence

of mounting on reverse, good fine

£150-200

1665

Clare Bank (Jas. Ray & Ja. Reynolds Ray), unissued

£10, 18-, no serial number, black and white, value at

bottom left, centre and top right, vignette of Clare

Castle ruins at top left, duty stamp at centre left, value

and partnership name in blue on reverse (Outing

568d), toning at edges, otherwise very fine

£200-300

EYE

1666

East of England Bank (Eye), proof on card for £5,

184-, no serial number, black and white, value at

bottom left, top left, top right and centre, arms at left

(not seen in Outing), ‘SPECIMEN’ handstamped twice

in black, some discolouration and bottom right corner

missing, otherwise good very fine and rare

£100-150


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HADLEIGH

1667

Hadleigh & Manningtree (John Mills Jnr.,

J.B.Leake, Thos. Nunn & Thos. Nunn Jnr.), trial

for £1, 181-, no serial number, black and white, value

at bottom left and centre, vignette of Hadleigh

Deanery at top left with arms above (not seen in

Outing), very light toning at edges and very faint pencil

annotation at bottom right, otherwise about

uncirculated

£150-200

1668

Hadleigh Bank (Mills, Bawtree, Dawnay, Curzon

& Co.), £5, 3 November 18(90), serial number 2112,

black and white, value at bottom left and centre,

vignette at top left of Hadleigh Deanery with arms

above, manuscript signature of Dawnay at bottom

right, ornate design with arms on reverse (Outing

867a), dividend handstamp in purple, two spindle holes

at left otherwise an attractive very fine

£400-500

159

1669

Hadleigh Bank (Gurneys, Alexanders, Birkbeck,

Barclay, Buxton & Kerrison), £5, 24 July 182(5),

serial number E5094, red and white, value at bottom

left, top right, and centre as protector, arms at left,

manuscript signature of Roger Kerrison at bottom

right, Ipswich Customs House on reverse at centre

(Outing 868e), ink cancelled in red and black, spindle

holes at left, otherwise an attractive very fine

£400-500

1670

Hadleigh Bank (Gurneys, Alexanders, Birkbeck,

Barclay, Buxton & Kerrison), part issued £5, 189-,

serial number E6502, red and white on watermarked

paper, value at bottom left, top right, and centre as

protector, arms at left, Ipswich Customs House on

reverse at centre (Outing 868e), ink cancelled at top

left, a crisp and original extremely fine

£300-400


HALESWORTH

1671

Halesworth & Suffolk (Gurneys, Birkbeck, Turner

& Brightwen), specimen £5, 18-, no serial number,

black and white on card, value at bottom left and top

right, bankers’ initials at top left (partnership name not

seen in Outing), ‘To this Sept. 27th 1839’ annotated in

pencil, ‘SPECIMEN’ handstamped in black, evidence of

mounting on reverse, some staining, about extremely fine

£150-200

1672

Halesworth & Suffolk (Gurney, Birkbeck, Barclay,

Buxton, Orde & Buxton), proof for £5, 18-, no

serial number, black and white, value at bottom left

and top right, bankers’ initials at top left, printed by

Perkins Bacon (Outing 873j), ‘To this 14th Oct 1870’

annotated in pencil, stain at left, otherwise good

extremely fine

£100-150

1673

Halesworth & Suffolk (Gurneys, Birkbeck,

Brightwen & Orde), proof for £5, 18-, no serial

number, black and white, value at bottom left and top

right, bankers’ initials at top left, printed by Perkins

Bacon (Outing 873), pencil annotation and evidence of

mounting on reverse, small tear at bottom otherwise

about extremely fine

£100-150

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1674

Halesworth & Suffolk (Gurney, Birkbeck, Barclay,

Buxtons & Orde), proof for £5, 18-, no serial

number, black and white, value at bottom left and top

right, bankers’ initials at top left, printed by Perkins

Bacon (partnership name not seen in Outing), ‘To this

6th Oct /81’ annotated in pencil, section removed at

bottom right, evidence of mounting on reverse, otherwise

good extremely fine

£80-120

1675

Halesworth & Suffolk (Gurney, Birkbeck, Barclay,

Buxtons & Orde), £5, 17 October 18(87), serial

number G7644, black and white, value at bottom left

and top right, bankers’ initials at top left, printed by

Perkins Bacon, manuscript signature of Chas.

Somerville Orde at bottom right, bank name with

value at top and bottom on reverse (partnership name

not seen in Outing), toning, EYE squared circle

postmark on obverse, fine

£300-350


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1676

Halesworth & Suffolk (Gurney, Birkbeck, Barclay,

Buxton, Brightwen & Orde), proof for £5, 18-, no

serial number, black and white, value at bottom left

and top right, bankers’ initials at top left, printed by

Perkins Bacon (partnership name not seen in Outing),

‘Brightwen & Orde’ crossed out, and ‘Orde & Buxton

from this’ annotated in pencil, evidence of mounting on

reverse, otherwise extremely fine

£100-150

1677

Halesworth & Suffolk (Gurneys, Birkbeck and

Co.), proof for £5, 18-, no serial number, black and

white, value at bottom left and top right, bankers’

initials at top left, printed by Perkins Bacon

(partnership name not seen in Outing), “in error, to

this 12th Oct 1839” annotated in pencil, evidence of

mounting on reverse, otherwise about extremely fine

£100-150

161

1678

Halesworth & Suffolk (Gurneys, Birkbeck, Turner

& Brightwen), specimen £10, 18-, no serial number,

black and white, value at bottom left and top right,

bankers’ initials at top left, printed by Perkins Bacon

(partnership name not seen in Outing), ‘from this 23rd

Oct /57’ annotated in pencil at bottom, ‘SPECIMEN’

handstamped twice at bottom right, evidence of

mounting on reverse, about extremely fine

£80-100

1679

Suffolk & Halesworth Bank (Samuel Badeley,

John Woodcock & Joseph Badeley), £10, 10

October (1797), serial number 99, black and white,

value at bottom left and centre, bankers’ initials at top

left, two duty stamps at left, manuscript signature of

Sam Badeley at bottom right (Outing 874c),

annotation on both sides, handstamp in black reads

‘Halesworth June 8th, 1799, Exhibited to us under a

Commiffion of Bankrupt againft Samuel Badeley &

Co’, about very fine and a pleasing item for 1797

£200-300


IPSWICH

1680

Ipswich (Self and Co.), 4 Pence, 31 May 17(96),

serial number 1173, black and white, banker’s initials

at top left, value at bottom left and right, manuscript

signature of J.D.Wilkinson at bottom right (Outing

1046a), surface mark at bottom left, an original and

attractive good very fine

£150-200

1681

Ipswich Bank (Ralph Holden, Sanders & Co.), £1,

10 January 18(07), serial number 3214, black and

white, value at bottom left, centre and top right, oak

tree vignette at top left, manuscript signature of Ralph

Holden at bottom right, duty stamp at bottom

(Outing 1047a), toning and evidence of mounting on

reverse, small tear at left, good fine

£150-200

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1682

Ispwich & Suffolk (Ralph Holden, Sanders &

Co.), £5, 14 February 18(07), serial number A1315,

black and white, value at bottom left, oak tree vignette

at top left, manuscript signature of Ralph Holden at

bottom right (Outing 1047d), toning, hole at top left

with repair attempt on reverse, good

£100-150

1683

Ipswich (Cobbold, Bacon, Rodwell, Dunningham

& Co.), £1, 1 September 182(5), serial number

a1249, black and white, value at bottom left, top right

and centre as protector, arms at top left, revenue stamp

on reverse in red and black (partnership not seen in

Outing), cut and cancelled, toning and annotations,

paper attached to back reads ‘Bacon & Co. Ipswich 4

July 1881’, about fine

£100-150

1684

Ipswich (Bacon, Cobbold, Rodwell, Dunningham

& Cobbold), £1, 27 January 18(26), serial number

2033, black and white, value at bottom left, top right

and centre as protector, arms at top left, revenue stamp

on reverse in red and black (Outing 1045e), cut and

cancelled, toning and annotations, paper attached to

back reads ‘Bacon & Co. Ipswich 4 July 1881’, about

fine

£150-200


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1685

Ipswich (Bacon, Cobbold & Co.), £5, 24 Oct

190(4), serial number J4499, black and white, blue

underprint, value at bottom left, top right and centre

as protector, arms at centre surrounded by guilloche,

manuscript signature of Cobbold at bottom right,

printed by W.W.Sprague & Co. (Outing 1045),

cancellation holes, ‘CANCELLED’ handstamped twice

in purple ink, rare, one of the last issues from the bank’s

final months of operation, extremely fine

£300-400

1686

Ipswich (Bacon, Cobbold, Rodwell, Duningham &

Cobbold), proof for £10, 182-, no serial number,

black and white on paper mounted on card, value at

bottom left, top left, and top right, arms at centre,

maritime vignette at centre, moiré tableau at bottom

right (see Outing 1045 for type), very rare, possibly the

first £10 seen for this partnership name, attractive and

good extremely fine

£300-400

163

1687

Ipswich & Needham Market (Gurneys,

Alexanders, Birkbeck, Barclay, Buxton &

Kerrison), £5, 18 April 18(89), serial number 02291,

red and white, value at bottom left and centre at

protector, Ipswich Customs House on reverse (see

Outing 1043k for type, previously unknown earlier

date for partnership) annotation on reverse in ink and

blue pencil, cut cancelled, fine

£150-200

1688

Ipswich & Needham Market (Gurneys,

Alexanders, Birkbeck, Barclay, Buxton &

Kerrison), £5, 1 July 18(94), serial number R169, red

and white, value at bottom left, top right, and centre

as protector, manuscript signature of W. Alexander at

bottom right, Ipswich Customs House on reverse with

bankers’ initials at top and bottom (not seen, see

Outing 1043n for partnership name), about very fine

and very rare; an issued but not cancelled item from a

very rare issue

£400-600

1689

Ipswich & Needham Market (Alexanders and

Spooner), £10, 11 April (1806), serial number

M1156, black and white, value at bottom left and top

right (Outing 1043c), cut cancelled, ink annotations

on reverse, toning, note attached to reverse reads

‘Alexanders Ipswich 4 July 81’, very good

£50-100


1691

Ipswich & Needham Market (Gurneys,

Alexanders, Birkbeck, Barclay & Buxton),

£10, 4 April 18(92), serial number N9996, red

and white on watermarked paper, value at

bottom left and centre at protector, manuscript

signature of Alexander at bottom right, Ipswich

Customs House on reverse (see Outing 1043n

for type), a previously unknown earlier date and

rare denomination for this partnership, an

attractive very fine

£600-800

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Skynner’s Bread Charity, St. Matthew’s, Ipswich, 3

pence token note, c. black on blue card (not seen in

Outing), in 1698 Mr. Henry Skynner, a portman, purchased

land, the rent of which was expended on bread for the poor, 8

shillings of bread was distributed every Sunday

£40-50

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1690

Ipswich & Needham Market (Gurneys,

Alexanders, Birkbeck, Barclay, Buxton &

Kerrison), unissued £10, 18-, serial number

0502, red and white on watermarked paper,

value at bottom left and centre at protector,

Ipswich Customs House on reverse (Outing

1043m), ink ‘cancelled’ at top left, evidence of

mounting on reverse, a very attractive extremely

fine

£300-400


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LOWESTOFT

1693

Lowestoft (Gurneys, Birkbeck, Brightwen &

Orde), proof bill of exchange, 18- (c.1865), no serial

number, black and white, bankers’ initials at top left

(partnership not seen in Outing), ‘to this March 23rd

/65’ annotated in pencil at bottom right, mount marks

on reverse, dirt at bottom left, good very fine

£30-40

1694

Yarmouth & Suffolk Bank, a collection of proofs of

sight bills, all 18-, no serial numbers, black and white,

for Beccles, Lowestoft, North Lowestoft and South

Lowestoft, comprising partnership names ‘Gurneys,

Birkbeck, Barclay and Co.’ (3) and ‘Gurneys,

Birkbeck, Barclay, Buxton, Brightwen & Orde’ (3)

(not seen in Outing), generally mount marks on reverse,

some discolouration and surface dirt, otherwise about

extremely fine (6)

£80-100

165

NEWMARKET

1695

Newmarket (Hammond & Co.), £5, 27 September

18(99), serial number 18614, black and white with

green underprint, bankers’ initials at left, value at

bottom left and centre as protector, red duty stamp at

top left, manuscript signature of Lewis Hammond at

bottom right, bank name within guilloche design on

reverse in green (Outing 1530d), handstamped

‘CANCELLED’ twice in red, ‘THE CAPITAL &

COUNTIES BANK, ELY’ handstamped in purple,

about very fine

£150-250

1696

Newmarket (Hammond & Co.), £5, 9 May 19(02),

serial number 18957, black and white with green

underprint, bankers’ initials at left, value at bottom left

and centre as protector, red duty stamp at top left,

manuscript signature of Lewis Hammond at bottom

right, bank name within guilloche design on reverse in

green (Outing 1530d), handstamped ‘CANCELLED’

twice in red, grafitti in blue pencil on reverse, fine

£200-300


1697

Newmarket (Hammond & Co.), £5, 16 February

19(03), serial number 19066, black and white with

green underprint, bankers’ initials at left, value at

bottom left and centre as protector, red duty stamp at

top left, manuscript signature of Lewis Hammond at

bottom right, bank name within guilloche design on

reverse in green (Outing 1530d), handstamped

‘CANCELLED’ twice in red, ‘THE CAPITAL &

COUNTIES BANK, ELY’ and ‘BARCLAY &

COMPANY’ both handstamped on reverse, very fine

£200-300

1698

Newmarket (Hammond & Co.), £10, 1 May

18(95), serial number 4349, black and white with blue

underprint, bankers’ initials at left, value at top right,

bottom left and centre as protector, red duty stamp at

top left, manuscript signature of Lewis Hammond at

bottom right, bank name within guilloche design on

reverse in blue (Outing 1530f), handstamped

‘CANCELLED’ twice in purple, toning, about very fine

£200-300

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Newmarket (Hammond & Co.), £10, 16 February

19(03), serial number 4497, black and white with blue

underprint, bankers’ initials at left, value at top right,

bottom left and centre as protector, red duty stamp at

top left, manuscript signature of Lewis Hammond at

bottom right, bank name within guilloche design on

reverse in blue (Outing 1530f), handstamped

‘CANCELLED’ twice in purple, light toning and

pinholes at top left, otherwise a beautiful good very fine

£250-350

1700

Newmarket Commercial Bank (Robt. Bryant &

Son), reverse proof for unissued £10, no date (c.), no

serial number, black and white on card, ornate border,

bankers’ initials at centre, crown at top centre, value at

bottom left and top right, cameo bust at bottom

centre (see Outing 1531), corner fold and the slightest

evidence of handling, otherwise about uncirculated and

rare

£40-60


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SAXMUNDHAM

1701

Halesworth & Suffolk (Gurneys & Co.), specimen

bill of exchange, 18-, no serial number, black and

white on card, bankers’ initials at left (not seen in

Outing), ‘January 26th 1848’ annotated in pencil at

left, evidence of mounting on reverse, about extremely

fine

£30-40

STOWMARKET

1702

Stowmarket Bank (Brown, Bevan, Prentice, Moor

& Hanbury), £5, 1 December 18(20), serial number

66325, black and white, value at bottom left and top

right, canal scene vignette at top left, revenue stamp

on reverse in black and red (not seen in Outing), cut

cancelled, heavily toned, good

£100-150

1703

Stowmarket Bank (Henry James Oakes, Robert

Bevan, Manng. Prentice, Geo. Moor & Dav.

Hanbury), £5, 19 May 18(36), serial number 61388,

black and white, value at bottom left and top right,

oak tree vignette at top left, canal scene vignette at top

right, revenue stamp on reverse in red and black

(Outing 2076b), cut cancelled, heavy toning, mounting

and handstamps on reverse, good

£50-100

167

1704

Stowmarket (Henry James Oakes, Robert Bevan,

Geo. Moor & W. R. Bevan), £5 30 October 18(38),

serial number 126, black and white, value at bottom

left and top right, oak tree vignette at top left, canal

scene vignette at top right (Outing ) cut cancelled, cut

and rejoined, overall good

£80-120

1705

Stowmarket Bank (Henry Jas. Oakes, Geo. Moor

& William Robert Bevan), £5, 1 November 185(5),

serial number 05347, black and white, value at bottom

left and top right, oak tree vignette at top left, canal

scene vignette at top right, bankers’ names on reverse

in red (Outing 2076f), cut cancelled, pinholes at top

left, a fresh good fine

£100-150

1706

Stowmarket Bank (Brown, Bevan, Fenn, Prentice,

Moor & Hanbury), £10, 21 December 18(26), serial

number J8002, black and white, value at bottom left,

centre and top right, canal scene vignette at top left,

duty stamp at bottom left (Outing 2074h), cut

cancelled twice, pinholes at top left, annotations on

reverse, about fine

£80-140


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Stowmarket Bank (Henry Jas. Oakes, Geo. Moor &

William Robert Bevan), £10, 1 November 185(5),

serial number F2316, black and white, value at bottom

left, centre and top right, oak tree vignette at top left,

canal scene vignette at top right, bankers’ names on

reverse in green (Outing 2076h), cut cancelled, four

pinholes at top left otherwise a crisp extremely fine

£140-180

1710

Suffolk & Essex Bank (Brown, Hanbury, Bevan,

Fenn & Co.), £1, 1 February 18(26), serial number

M1964, black and white, value at bottom left and centre,

canal scene vignette at left, revenue stamp on reverse in

black and red (Outing 2074f), cut cancelled twice,

evidence of mounting on reverse, good

£100-150

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1707

Stowmarket Bank (Henry James Oakes, Robert

Bevan, Geo. Moor & Wm. R. Bevan), £10, 1 January

18(44), serial number 8611, black and white, value at

bottom left and top right, oak tree vignette at top left,

canal scene vignette at top right, bankers’ names on

reverse in green (Outing 2076f), separated and rejoined,

annotations on reverse, toning and ink marks, about fine

£100-150

1709

Suffolk & Essex Bank (James Crowe, James Goodeve

Sparrow & George Brown), £1, 28 November 180(3),

serial number 9309, black and white, value at bottom left

and centre, bankers’ initials at top left, canal scene

vignette at left, manuscript signature of George Brown at

bottom right (Outing 2074a), heavy foxing and toning,

about good

£150-200


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SUDBURY

1711

Sudbury Bank (Gurneys, Alexanders, Birkbeck,

Barclay, Buxton & Kerrison), £5, 14 June 18(90),

serial number D7437, red and white, value at bottom

left, centre and top right, corn exchange building at

centre, manuscript signature of R.Kerrison at bottom

right, Ipswich Customs House on reverse (see Outing

2098d for type), ink cancelled in pink, purple

handstamp, pinholes and toning at top right, fine

£400-600

1712

Sudbury Bank (Gurneys, Alexanders, Birkbeck,

Barclay, Buxton & Kerrison), £5, 25 March 18(80),

serial number C6499, red and white, value at bottom

left, centre and top right, corn exchange building at

centre, manuscript signature of Samuel Alexanders at

bottom right (Outing 2098b), ink cancelled in pink,

pinholes at top left and toning at edges, a pleasing fine

£450-650

1713

Sudbury Bank (Gurneys, Alexanders, Birkbeck,

Barclay, Buxton & Kerrison), £10, 9 July 18(94),

serial number A2994, red and white on watermarked

paper, value at bottom left, centre and top right, corn

exchange building at centre, Ipswich Customs House

on reverse (see Outing 2098c for type), cut cancelled,

a few pinholes, faint toning at top right otherwise about

very fine

£300-400

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WOODBRIDGE

1714

Woodbridge (Dykes, Alexander, Sam. Alexander

Junr. & Cornelius Collett), £1, 21 March 18(20),

serial number 9602, black and white, value at bottom

left, manuscript signature of Cornelius Collett at

bottom right, value on reverse with partnership name

at top (Outing 2399d), numerous holes, toning, very

good

£150-200

1715

Woodbridge Bank (Alexanders & Co.), proof for

£5, 18-, no serial number, black and white on card,

value at bottom left and top right, allegorical female

trio vignette at top centre, bankers’ initials at left (not

seen in Outing), mount marks on reverse, handstamped

‘SPECIMEN’ at bottom right, discolouration at bottom

otherwise good very fine

£150-200

1716

Woodbridge Bank (Alexanders & Co.), proof for

£5, 18-, no serial number, black and white on paper,

value at bottom left and top right, allegorical female

trio vignette at top centre, bankers’ initials at left (not

seen in Outing), handstamped ‘SPECIMEN’ at bottom

right, discolouration at bottom and right side torn,

otherwise very fine

£100-150


1717

Woodbridge (Gurneys, Alexanders, Birkbeck,

Barclay, Buxton & Kerrison), £5, 21 February

18(93), serial number E542, black and white on

paper, value at bottom left and top right, allegorical

female trio vignette at top centre, bankers’ initials at

left, manuscript signature of Samuel Alexander at

bottom right (Outing 2399l), light toning at top right,

pin holes at top left, yet an original and fresh about very

fine

£600-800

1718

Woodbridge (Gurneys, Alexanders, Birkbeck,

Barclay, Buxton & Kerrison), unissued £5, 18-,

serial number E802, black and white on paper, value

at bottom left and top right, allegorical female trio

vignette at top centre, bankers’ initials at left (Outing

2399n), ink cancelled, an original and fresh extremely

fine

£160-200

1719

Woodbridge (Francis Brooke, Philip Riches &

Cornelius Collett), unissued £10, 17-, no serial

number, black and white mounted on blue paper,

value at bottom left, pastoral vignette at top left,

includes a sight bill mounted on blue paper (Outing

2399a), only slight discolouration, and faint marking,

extremely fine

£150-200

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1720

Woodbridge Bank, a selection of halved proofs for £5

and £10, no dates, no serial numbers, black and white

on paper, comprising partnerships ‘Alexanders & Co.’

(1), ‘Gurneys, Alexanders, Birkbeck, Barclay, Buxton

& Kerrison’ (1) and ‘Alexanders, Birkbeck, Barclay &

Buxton’ (5) (Outing 2399i, 2399k and 2399p), all

with mount marks on reverse and pencil annotation,

generally extremely fine (7)

£100-200

1721

Woodbridge (Alexanders, Birkbeck, Barclay &

Buxton), £10, 14 February 18(87), serial number

B1690, black and white, value at bottom left, centre

and top right, allegorical female trio at left (Outing

2399k), cut cancelled, extremely fine

£200-250

1722

Suffolk Banking Company, reverse proof for £5,

black and white on paper, ornate border composed of

leaves and shells, castle at top centre (not seen in

Outing), two string creases, top right corner missing,

otherwise very fine

£40-50


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The David Kirch Collection of Friday 14 December 2012 ANGLIA 12050

English Provincial Banknotes - Part II at 10.00 a.m.

i request spink, without legal obligations of any kind on its part, to bid on the following Lots up to the price given below.

i understand that if my bid is successful the purchase price payable will be the sum of the final bid and a premium as a percentage of the final bid (together with any vat

chargeable). the rate of premium is 20% of the final hammer price of each lot.

all bids shall be treated as offers made on the terms and Conditions for buyers printed in the catalogue. i also understand that spink provides the service of executing

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THE DAVID KIRCH COLLECTION OF

ENGLISH PROVINCIAL BANKNOTES

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REFERENCES REQUIRED FOR CLIENTS NOT YET KNOWN TO SPINK

price bid £

(excluding buyer’s premium)

BIDDING INCREMENTS

bidding generally opens below the low estimate and advances in the following order

although the auctioneer may vary the bidding increments during the course of the

auction. the normal bidding increments are:

up to £100 by £5

£100 to £300 by £10

£300 to £600 £320-£350-£380-£400 etc.

£600 to £1,000 by £50

£1,000 to £3,000 by £100

£3,000 to £6,000 £3,200-£3,500-£3,800-£4,000 etc.

£6,000 to £20,000 by £500

£20,000 and up auctioneer’s discretion

Date saLe no.

Friday 14 December 2012 12050

at 10.00 a.m.

Lot number

(in numerical order)

price bid £

(excluding buyer’s premium)

VAT is chargeable on the hammer and

the premium of daggered (†) and (Ω)

lots at the standard rate (currently

20%), and on lots marked (x) at the

reduced rate (currently 5% on the

hammer and 20% on the premium).

vat on margin scheme lots is payable

at 20% on the premium only.

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR BUYERS

These conditions set out the terms on which we (Spink and Son Limited of 69 Southampton Row, Bloomsbury London WC1B 4ET (company no. 04369748)) contract

with you (Buyer) either as agent on behalf of the Seller or as principal if we are the Seller. You should read these conditions carefully.

1 DEFINITIONS

The following definitions in this condition apply in these conditions.

Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme means a VAT margin scheme as defined by HM Revenue & Customs;

Buyer’s Premium means the charge payable by you as a percentage of the Hammer Price, at the rates set out in clause 5.1 below;

Certificate of Authenticity means a certificate issued by an Expert Committee confirming the authenticity of a Lot;

Expert Committee means a committee of experts to whom a Lot may be sent for an extension in accordance with clause 3.4.3;

Forgery means a Lot constituting an imitation originally conceived and executed as a whole with a fraudulent intention to deceive as to

authorship, origin, age, period, culture or source where the correct description as to such matters is not reflected by the description

in the catalogue and which at the date of the auction had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance

with the description in the catalogue. Accordingly, no Lot shall be capable of being a Forgery by reason of any damage and/or

restoration work of any kind (including re-enamelling);

Hammer Price means the amount of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer in relation to a Lot;

Lot means any item deposited with us for sale at auction and, in particular, the item or items described against any Lot number in any

catalogue;

Reserve the amount below which we agree with the Seller that the Lot cannot be sold;

Seller means the owner of the Lot being sold by us;

Spink Group Spink and Son Limited, our subsidiaries and associated companies.

VAT value added tax chargeable under VAT and any similar replacement or additional tax; and

VAT Symbols means the symbols detailing the VAT status of the Lot details of which are set out at the back of the catalogue.

2 SPINK’S ROLE AS AGENT

2.1 All sales undertaken by us either at auction or privately are undertaken

either as agent on behalf of the Seller or from time to time, as principal

if we are the owner of the Lot. Please note that even if we are acting as

agent on behalf of the Seller rather than as principal, we may have a

financial interest in the Lot.

2.2 The contract for the sale of the Lot will be between you and the Seller.

3 BEFORE THE SALE

3.1 Examination of goods

You are strongly advised to examine personally any goods in which you

are interested, before the auction takes place. Condition reports are

usually available on request. We provide no guarantee to you other

than in relation to Forgeries, as set out in clause 5.13 of these Terms

and Conditions.

3.2 Catalogue descriptions

3.2.1 Statements by us in the catalogue or condition report, or made

orally or in writing elsewhere, regarding the authorship, origin,

date, age, size, medium, attribution, genuineness, provenance,

condition or estimated selling price of any Lot are merely

statements of opinion, and are not to be relied on as statements of

definitive fact. Catalogue illustrations are for guidance only, and

should not be relied on either to determine the tone or colour of

any item or to reveal imperfections. Estimates of the selling price

should not be relied on as a statement that this price is either the

price at which the Lot will sell or its value for any other purpose.

3.2.2 Many items are of an age or nature which precludes their being

in perfect condition and some descriptions in the catalogue or given

by way of condition report make reference to damage and/or

restoration. We provide this information for guidance only and the

absence of such a reference does not imply that an item is free from

defects or restoration nor does a reference to particular defects

imply the absence of any others.

3.2.3 Other than as set out in clause 5.13, and in the absence of fraud,

neither the Seller nor we, nor any of our employees or agents, are

responsible for the correctness of any statement as to the

authorship, origin, date, age, attribution, genuineness or

provenance of any Lot nor for any other errors of description or for

any faults or defects in any Lot.

3.3 Your Responsibility

You are responsible for satisfying yourself as to the condition of the

goods and the matters referred to in the catalogue description.

3.4 Extensions – Stamps only

3.4.1 If you wish to obtain an expert opinion or Certificate of

Authenticity on any Lot (other than a mixed Lot or Lot containing

undescribed stamps) you must notify us in writing not less than

forty-eight hours before the time fixed for the commencement of

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the first session of the sale. If accepted by us, such request shall have

the same effect as notice of an intention to question the

genuineness or description of the Lot for the purposes of clause

5.13 (Refund in the case of Forgery) of these Terms and

Conditions and the provisions of clause 5.13 (Refund in the case of

Forgery) shall apply accordingly.

3.4.2 Notice of a request for an expert opinion or Certificate of

Authenticity must give the reason why such opinion is required and

specify the identity of your proposed expert which will be subject

to agreement by us. We reserve the right, at our discretion, to

refuse a request for an expert opinion or Certificate of Authenticity

including (without limitation) where the proposed expert is not

known to us.

3.4.3 If we accept a request for an expert opinion or Certificate of

Authenticity we will submit the Lot to the Expert Committee. You

acknowledge and accept that the length of time taken by an Expert

Committee to reach an opinion will vary depending on the

circumstances and in any event is beyond our control.

3.4.4 We will not normally accept a request for an extension on

account of condition. Any Lot described in the catalogue as having

faults or defects may not be returned even if an expert opinion or

Certificate of Authenticity cites other faults or defects not included

in the catalogue description, other than in the case of a Forgery.

3.4.5 Should Spink accept a request for an extension under the

foregoing provisions of this paragraph, the fact may be stated by the

Auctioneer from the rostrum prior to the sale of the Lot.

3.4.6 It should be noted that any stamp accompanied by a Certificate

of Authenticity is sold on the basis of that Certificate only and not

on the basis of any other description or warranty as to authenticity.

No request for an extension will be accepted on such a stamp and

the return of such a stamp will not be accepted.

4.1 Refusal of admission

Our sales usually take place on our own premises or premises over

which we have control for the sale, and we have the right, exercisable

at our complete discretion, to refuse admission to the premises or

attendance at an auction.

4.2 Registration before bidding

You must complete and sign a registration form and provide

identification before making a bid at auction. Please be aware that we

usually require buyers to undergo a credit check.

Some lots may be designated, prior to the auction, as “Premium Lots”,

which means a deposit may be required before placing a bid on the

item for sale. Information will be posted on our website in such an

event.


4.3 Bidding as Principal

When making a bid (whether such bids are made in person or by

way of telephone bids operated by Spink, commission or online or

email bids), you will be deemed to be acting as principal and will be

accepting personal liability, unless it has been agreed in writing, at the

time of registration, that you are acting as agent on behalf of a third

party buyer acceptable to us.

4.4 Commission Bids

If you give us instructions to bid on your behalf, by using the form

provided in our catalogues or via our website, we shall use reasonable

endeavours to do so, provided these instructions are received not later

than 24 hours before the auction. If we receive commission bids on a

particular Lot for identical amounts, and at auction these bids are the

highest bids for the Lot, it will be sold to the person whose bid was

received first. Commission bids are undertaken subject to other

commitments at the time of the sale, and the conduct of the auction

may be such that we are unable to bid as requested. Since this is

undertaken as a free service to prospective buyers on the terms stated,

we cannot accept liability for failure to make a commission bid. You

should therefore always attend personally if you wish to be certain of

bidding.

4.5 On-line Bidding

We offer internet services as a convenience to our clients. We will not

be responsible for errors or failures to execute bids placed on the

internet, including, without limitation, errors or failures caused by (i) a

loss of internet connection by either party for whatever reason; (ii) a

breakdown or problems with the online bidding software and/or (iii)

a breakdown or problems with your internet connection, computer or

system. Execution of on-line internet bids is a free service undertaken

subject to other commitments at the time of the auction and we do not

accept liability for failing to execute an online internet bid or for errors

or omissions in connection with this activity.

4.6 Telephone Bids

If you make arrangements with us not less than 24 hours before the

sale, we shall use reasonable endeavours to contact you to enable you

to participate in bidding by telephone, but in no circumstances will we

be liable to either the Seller or you as a result of failure to do so.

4.7 Currency Converter

At some auctions, a currency converter will be operated, based on the

one month forward rates of exchange quoted to us by Barclays Bank

Plc or any other appropriate rate determined by us, at opening on the

date of the auction. Bidding will take place in a currency determined by

us, which is usually sterling for auctions held in London. The currency

converter is not always reliable, and errors may occur beyond our

control either in the accuracy of the Lot number displayed on the

converter, or the foreign currency equivalent of sterling bids. We shall

not be liable to you for any loss suffered as a result of you following the

currency converter.

4.8 Video images

At some auctions there will be a video screen. Mistakes may occur in its

operation, and we cannot be liable to you regarding either the

correspondence of the image to the Lot being sold or the quality of the

image as a reproduction of the original.

4.9 Bidding Increments

Bidding generally opens below the low estimate and advances in the

following order although the auctioneer may vary the bidding

increments during the course of the auction. The normal bidding

increments are:

Up to £100 by £5

£100 to £300 by £10

£300 to £600 £320-£350-£380-£400 etc.

£600 to £1,000 by £50

£1,000 to £3,000 by £100

£3,000 to £6,000 £3,200-£3,500-£3,800-£4,000 etc.

£6,000 to £20,000 by £500

£20,000 and up Auctioneer’s discretion

4.10 Bidding by Spink

4.10.1 We reserve the right to bid on Lots on the Seller’s behalf up to

the amount of the Reserve (if any), which will never be above the

low estimate printed in the auction catalogue.

4.10.2 The Spink Group reserves the right to bid on and purchase

Lots as principal.

4.11 The Auctioneer’s Discretion

The auctioneer has the right at his absolute discretion to refuse any bid

to advance the bidding in such manner as he may decide to withdraw

or divide any Lot, to combine any two or more Lots and, in the case of

error or dispute, to put an item up for bidding again.

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4.12 Successful Bid

Subject to the auctioneer’s discretion, the striking of his hammer marks

the acceptance of the highest bid, provided always that such bid is

higher than the Reserve (where applicable), and the conclusion of a

contract for sale between you and the Seller.

4.13 After Sale Arrangements

If you enter into any private sale agreements for any Lot with the Seller

within 60 days of the auction, we, as exclusive agents of the Seller

reserve the right to charge you the applicable Buyer’s Premium in

accordance with these Terms and Conditions, and the Seller a

commission in accordance with the terms of the Seller’s agreement.

4.14 Return of Lot

Once your bid has been accepted for a Lot then you are liable to pay

for that Lot in accordance with these Terms and Conditions. If there

are any problems with a Lot then you must notify us within 7 days of

receipt of the Lot, specifying the nature of the problem. We may then

request that the Lot is returned to us for inspection. Save as set out in

clause 5.13, the cancellation of the sale of any Lot and the refund of

the corresponding purchase price is entirely at our sole discretion. We

will not normally exercise that discretion if the Lot is not received by

us in the same condition that it was in at the auction date.

5 AFTER THE AUCTION

5.1 Buyer’s Premium

In addition to the Hammer Price, you must pay us the Buyer’s

Premium at a rate of 20% of the final Hammer Price of each Lot.

5.2 Value Added Tax

Other than in respect of Zero-rated Lots (o) (see VAT Symbols for

details), VAT is payable on the Buyer’s Premium and on the Hammer

Price, if the Lot has been marked with a sign to that effect in the

catalogue (see VAT Symbols for details).

5.3 VAT Refunds

General

5.3.1 As we remain liable to account for VAT on all Lots unless they

have been exported outside the EU within 3 months of the date of

sale, you will generally be asked to deposit all amounts of VAT

invoiced. However, if a Spink nominated shipper is instructed, then

any refundable VAT will not be collected. In all other cases credits

will be made when proof of export is provided. If you export the

Lot yourself you must obtain shipping documents from the

Shipping Department for which a charge of £50 will be made.

5.3.2 If you export the Lot you must return the valid proof of export

certificate to us within 3 months of the date of sale. If you fail to

return the proof of export certificate to us within such period and

you have not already accounted to us for the VAT, you will be

liable to us for the full amount of the VAT due on such Lot and we

shall be entitled to invoice you for this sum.

5.3.3 To apply for a refund of any VAT paid, the proof of export

certificate must be sent to our Shipping Department clearly marked

‘VAT Refund’ within 3 months of the date of sale. No payment will

be made where the total amount of VAT refundable is less than £50

and Spink will charge £50 for each refund processed.

VAT Refunds - Buyers from within the EU

5.3.4 VAT refunds are available on the Hammer Price and Buyer’s

Premium of Daggered (†) and Investment Gold (g) Lots. You must

certify that you are registered for VAT in another EU country and

that the Lot is to be removed from the United Kingdom within 3

months of the date of sale.

5.3.5 Where an EU buyer purchases a Lot on which import VAT has

been charged, no refund of VAT is available from us. It may be

possible to apply directly for a refund on form VAT 65 to

HM Revenue & Customs Overeseas Repayment Section,

Londonderry.

VAT Refunds – Buyers from outside the EU

5.3.6 Where a Lot is included within the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme

and evidence of export from the EU is produced within 3 months

of the date of sale, the VAT element included within the Buyer’s

Premium may be refunded.

5.3.7 Where the Lot is marked as a Daggered (†) or Investment Gold

(g) Lot the VAT charged on the Hammer Price may be refunded

where evidence of export from the EU is produced within 3

months of the date of sale. A refund of VAT charged on the Buyer’s

Premium can also be made on receipt of proof of business as a

collectibles dealer.

5.3.8 Where the Lot is marked as an Omega (Ω) Lot or an Import

VAT (x) Lot and evidence of export from the EU is produced

within 3 months of the date of sale, the VAT charged on both the

Hammer Price and Buyer’s Premium may be refunded. Where

required, we can advise you on how to export such Lots as a specific

form of export evidence is required. Where we advise you on the

export of the Lots, please be aware that the ultimate responsibility

in respect of obtaining a valid proof of export certificate will lie with

you and we will not be responsible for your failure to obtain such

certificate.


5.4 Payment

5.4.1 You must provide us with your full name and permanent address

and, if so requested, details of the bank from which any payments

to us will be made. You must pay the full amount due (comprising

the Hammer Price, the Buyer’s Premium and any applicable VAT)

within seven days after the date of the sale. This applies even if you

wish to export the Lot and an export licence is (or may be)

required.

5.4.2 You will not acquire title to the Lot until all amounts due

have been paid in full. This includes instances where special

arrangements were made for release of Lot prior to full settlement.

5.4.3 Payment should be made in sterling by one of the following

methods:

II(i) Direct bank transfer to our account details of which are set

out on the invoice. All bank charges shall be met by you.

Please ensure that your client number is noted on the

transfer.

i(ii) By cheque or bank draft made payable to Spink and Son Ltd

and sent to Spink at 69 Southampton Row, Bloomsbury,

London WC1B 4ET. Please note that the processing charges

for payments made by cheques or bank drafts drawn on a

non-U.K bank shall be met by you. Please ensure that the

remittance slip printed at the bottom of the invoice is

enclosed with your payment.

(iii) By Visa or Mastercard. A charge of 2% will be applied.

Payments exceeding £5,000 can normally only be made by

the card holder in person whilst on our premises.

5.4.4 Payments should be made by the registered buyer and not by

third parties, unless it has been agreed at the time of registration

that you are acting as an agent on behalf of a third party.

5.5 Invoices

Invoices may consist of one or more pages and will show: Zero rated

Lots (o); no symbol Lots sold under the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme;

Lots marked (g) special scheme Investment Gold; Daggered Lots (†),

imported Lots marked (x) and (Ω), (e) Lots with Zero rated hammer

for EU VAT registered buyers.

5.6 Collection of Purchases

5.6.1 Unless we specifically agree to the contrary, we shall retain items

sold until all amounts due to us, or to the Spink Group, have been

paid in full.

5.6.2 Unless we notify you to the contrary, items retained by us will

be covered in accordance with our policy which is available for

inspection at our offices from the date of sale for a period of seven

days or until the time of collection, whichever is sooner. After seven

days or from the time of collection, whichever is the earlier, the Lot

will be entirely at your risk.

5.6.3 Our policy will not cover and we are unable to accept

responsibility for damage caused by woodworm, changes in

atmospheric conditions or acts of terrorism.

5.7 Notification

We are not able to notify successful bidders by telephone. While

Invoices are sent out by mail after the auction we do not accept

responsibility for notifying you of the result of your bid. You are

requested to contact us by telephone or in person as soon as possible

after the auction to obtain details of the outcome of your bids to avoid

incurring charges for late payment.

5.8 Packing and handling

5.8.1 We shall use all reasonable endeavours to take care when

handling and packing a purchased Lot but remind you that after

seven days or from the time of collection, whichever is sooner, the

Lot is entirely at your risk. Our postage charges are set out at the

back of the catalogue.

5.8.2 It is the responsibility of the Buyer to be aware of any Import

Duties that may be incurred upon importation to the final

destination. Spink will not accept return of any package in order to

avoid these duties. The onus is also on the Buyer to be aware of any

Customs import restrictions that prohibit the importation of

certain collectibles. Spink will not accept return of the Lot(s) under

these circumstances. Spink will not accept responsibility for Lot(s)

seized or destroyed by Customs.

5.9 Recommended packers and shippers

If required our shipping department may arrange shipment as your

agent. Although we may suggest carriers if specifically requested, our

suggestions are made on the basis of our general experience of such

parties in the past and we are not responsible to any person to whom

we have made a recommendation for the acts or omissions of the third

parties concerned.

5.10 Remedies for non-payment or failure to collect purchases

5.10.1 If you fail to make payment within seven days of your stipulated

payment date set out in your invoice, we shall be entitled to exercise

one or more of the following rights or remedies:

5.10.1.1 to charge interest at the rate of 2% per month compound

interest, calculated on a daily basis, from the date the full

amount is due;

5.10.1.2 to set off against any amounts which the Spink Group may

owe you in any other transaction the outstanding amount

remaining unpaid by you;

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5.10.1.3 we may keep hold of all or some of your Lots or other

property in the possession of the Spink Group until you have

paid all the amounts you owe us or the Spink Group, even if the

unpaid amounts do not relate to those Lots or other property.

Following fourteen days’ notice to you of the amount

outstanding and remaining unpaid, the Spink Group shall have

the right to arrange the sale of such Lots or other property. We

shall apply the proceeds in discharge of the amount outstanding

to us or the Spink Group, and pay any balance to you;

5.10.1.4 where several amounts are owed by you to the Spink

Group in respect of different transactions, to apply any amount

paid to discharge any amount owed in respect of any particular

transaction, whether or not you so direct;

5.10.1.5 to reject at any future auction any bids made by you or on

your behalf or obtain a deposit from you before accepting any

bids.

5.10.2 If you fail to make payment within thirty-five days, we shall in

addition be entitled:

5.10.2.1 to cancel the sale of the Lot or any other item sold to you

at the same or any other auction;

5.10.2.2 to arrange a resale of the Lot, publicly or privately, and, if

this results in a lower price being obtained, claim the balance

from you together with all reasonable costs including a 20%

seller’s commission, expenses, damages, legal fees, commissions

and premiums of whatever kind associated with both sales or

otherwise, incurred in connection with your failure to make

payment; or

5.10.2.3 take any other appropriate action as we deem fit.

5.11 Failure to collect

Where purchases are not collected within seven days after the sale,

whether or not payment has been made, you will be required to pay a

storage charge of £2 per item per day plus any additional handling cost

that may apply. You will not be entitled to collect the Lot until all

outstanding charges are met, together with payment of all other

amounts due to us.

5.12 Export Licence

5.12.1 If required we can, at our discretion, advise you on the detailed

provisions of the export licensing regulations. Where we advise you

in relation to export licensing regulations the ultimate responsibility

in respect of any export will lie with you and we will not be

responsible for your failure to apply for any necessary licences.

5.12.2 If the Lot is going to be hand carried by you, you may be

required to produce a valid export licence to us or sign a waiver

document stating that a licence will be applied for.

5.12.3 You should always check whether an export licence is required

before exporting. Export licences are usually obtained within two

or three weeks but delays can occur.

5.12.4 Unless otherwise agreed by us in writing, the fact that you wish

to apply for an export licence does not affect your obligation to

make payment within seven days nor our right to charge interest on

late payment.

5.12.5 If you request that we apply for an export licence on your

behalf, we shall be entitled to recover from you our disbursements

and out of pocket expenses in relation to such application, together

with any relevant VAT.

5.12.6 We will not be obliged to rescind a sale nor to refund any

interest or other expenses incurred by you where payment is made

by you despite the fact that an export licence is required.

5.13 Refund in the case of Forgery

5.13.1 A sale will be cancelled, and the amount paid refunded to you

if a Lot (other than a miscellaneous item not described in the

catalogue) sold by us proves to have been a Forgery. We shall not

however be obliged to refund any amounts if either (a) the

catalogue description or saleroom notice at the auction date

corresponded to the generally accepted opinion of scholars or

experts at that time, or fairly indicated that there was a conflict of

opinions, or (b) it can be demonstrated that the Lot is a Forgery

only by means of either a scientific process not generally accepted

for use until after publication of the catalogue or a process which at

the date of the auction was unreasonably expensive or impracticable

or likely to have caused damage to the Lot. Furthermore, you

should note that this refund can be obtained only if the following

conditions are met:

5.13.1.1 you must notify us in writing, within seven days of the

receipt of the Lot(s), that in your view the Lot concerned is a

Forgery;

5.13.1.2 you must then return the item to us within fourteen days

from receipt of the Lot(s), in the same condition as at the

auction date; and


5.13.1.3 as soon as possible following return of the Lot, you must

produce evidence satisfactory to us that the Lot is a Forgery and

that you are able to transfer good title to us, free from any third

party claims.

5.13.2 In no circumstances shall we be required to pay you any more

than the amount paid by you for the Lot concerned and you shall

have no claim for interest.

5.13.3 The benefit of this guarantee is not capable of being

transferred, and is solely for the benefit of the person to whom the

original invoice was made out by us in respect of the Lot when sold

and who, since the sale, has remained the owner of the Lot without

disposing of any interest in it to any third party.

5.13.4 We shall be entitled to rely on any scientific or other process to

establish that the Lot is not a Forgery, whether or not such process

was used or in use at the date of the auction.

6 LIABILITY

Nothing in these Terms and Conditions limits or excludes our liability for:

6.1 death or personal injury resulting from negligence; or

6.2 any damage or liability incurred by you as a result of our fraud or

fraudulent misrepresentation.

7 COPYRIGHT

7.1 We shall have the right (on a non-exclusive basis) to photograph, video

or otherwise produce an image of the Lot. All rights in such an image

will belong to us, and we shall have the right to use it in whatever way

we see fit.

7.2 The copyright in all images, illustrations and written material relating

to a Lot is and shall remain at all times our property and we shall have

the right to use it in whatever way we see fit. You shall not use or allow

anyone else to use such images, illustrations or written material without

our prior written consent.

8 VAT

You shall give us all relevant information about your VAT status and that of

the Lot to ensure that the correct information is printed in the catalogues.

Once printed, the information cannot be changed. If we incur any unforeseen

cost or expense as a result of the information being incorrect, you will

reimburse to us on demand the full amount incurred.

9 NOTICES

All notices given under these Terms and Conditions may be served personally,

sent by 1st class post, or faxed to the address given to the sender by the other

party. Any notice sent by post will be deemed to have been received on the

second working day after posting or, if the addressee is overseas, on the fifth

working day after posting. Any notice sent by fax or served personally will be

deemed to be delivered on the first working day following despatch.

10 ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS

The following provisions of this clause 10 shall apply only if you are acting for

the purposes of your business.

10.1 Limitation of Liability

Subject to clause 6, we shall not be liable, whether in tort (including

for negligence) or breach of statutory duty, contract, misrepresentation

or otherwise for any:

10.1.1 loss of profits, loss of business, depletion of goodwill and/or

similar losses, loss of anticipated savings, loss of goods, loss of

contract, loss of use, loss of corruption of data or information; or

10.1.2 any special, indirect, consequential or pure economic loss,

costs, damages, charges or expenses.

10.2 Severability

If any part of these Terms and Condition is found by any court to be

invalid, illegal or unenforceable, that part may be discounted and the

rest of the conditions shall continue to be valid and enforceable to the

fullest extent permitted by law.

10.3 Force majeure

We shall have no liability to you if we are prevented from, or delayed

in performing, our obligations under these Terms and Conditions or

from carrying on our business by acts, events, omissions or accidents

beyond our reasonable control, including (without limitation) strikes,

lock-outs or other industrial disputes (whether involving our workforce

or the workforce of any other party), failure of a utility service or

transport network, act of God, war, riot, civil commotion, malicious

damage, compliance with any law or governmental order, rule,

regulation or direction, accident, breakdown of plant or machinery,

fire, flood, storm or default of suppliers or subcontractors.

10.4 Waiver

10.4.1 A waiver of any right under these Terms and Conditions is only

effective if it is in writing and it applies only to the circumstances

for which it is given. No failure or delay by a party in exercising any

right or remedy under these Terms and Conditions or by law shall

constitute a waiver of that (or any other) right or remedy, nor

preclude or restrict its further exercise. No single or partial exercise

of such right or remedy shall preclude or restrict the further exercise

of that (or any other) right or remedy.

10.4.2 Unless specifically provided otherwise, rights arising under

these Terms and Conditions are cumulative and do not exclude

rights provided by law.

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10.5 Law and Jurisdiction

10.5.1 These Terms and Conditions and any dispute or claim arising

out of or in connection with them or their subject matter, shall be

governed by, and construed in accordance with, the law of England

and Wales.

10.5.2 The parties irrevocably agree that the courts of England and

Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute or

claim that arises out of, or in connection with, Terms and

Conditions or their subject matter.

Postal Charges

Prices for books

(items sent by this method are not covered by insurance)

Weight UK EU Rest of the World

Up to 1kg £8 for any weight £12 £15

Up to 2kg £8 for any weight £18 £25

Prices for all other items including postage and packaging

Invoice Value UK EU Rest of the World

Up to £1,500 £10 £15 £20

Above £1,501 £20 £30 £40

Shipments of more than 2kg or volumetric measurement of more than 2kg have to

be sent by courier. Certain countries may incur extra charge when courier services

are required by our insurance policy. For lots sent by courier please contact

Auctionteam@spink.com for calculation of any further relevant cost in addition to

the above charges.

Value Added Tax (VAT)

Charging of (VAT) at Auction

The information shown on this page sets out the way in which Spink intends to

account for VAT.

i. Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme

1. Where possible, we will offer Lots for sale under the Auctioneers’

Margin Scheme. Such Lots can be identified by the absence of any

symbol next to the Lot number in the catalogue and will not be

subject to VAT on the Hammer Price.

2. Where Lots are sold using the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme to

VAT–registered businesses, the VAT included within the Buyers’

Premium is not recoverable as input tax. Upon request on sale day,

we will issue invoices that show VAT separately on both the Hammer

Price and the Buyer’s Premium. This will enable VAT-registered

businesses to recover the VAT charged as input tax, subject to the

normal rules for recovering input tax.

ii. Zero-Rated Lots

Limited Categories of goods, such as books, are Zero-rated (o) for VAT in

the United Kingdom. Such Lots are offered under the Auctioneers’ Margin

Scheme. In these circumstances no VAT element will be included within

the Buyer’s Premium.

iii. Daggered Lots

Lots which are Daggered (†) in the catalogue are subject to VAT at 20%

on both the Hammer Price and the Buyer’s Premium.

iv. Starred and Omega Lots

Lots which are marked (x) in the catalogue are subject to VAT at 5% on

the Hammer Price and 20% on the Buyer’s Premium which is shown as

inclusive of VAT. Lots which bear the Omega symbol (Ω) are subject to

VAT at 20% on the Hammer Price and on the Buyer’s Premium. Such Lots

bear VAT because the Lot is liable for VAT at this rate on importation into

the EU.

v. Investment Gold Lots

Lots marked (g) in the catalogue are exempt from VAT on the Hammer

Price and are subject to VAT at 20% on the Buyer’s Premium. A refund of

VAT charged on the Buyer’s Premium can also be made on receipt of proof

of business as a collectibles dealer.

vi. Imported Lots

Lots which are marked (x) and Lots which bear the Omega symbol (Ω)

have VAT charged on the Hammer Price and Buyers’ Premium because

they have been imported into the United Kingdom from outside the EU.

In these cases we have used a temporary importation procedure, which in

effect means that the point of importation is deferred until the Lot has been

sold. At this point the Buyer is treated as the importer and is liable to pay

the import VAT due. We will collect the VAT from you and pay it to HM

Customs and Excise on your behalf.


STAMPS

BANKNOTES

SALE CALENDAR 2012/2013

27 November Great Britain - The “Fordwater” Collection London 12049

12 December The Chartwell Collection - GB Line-Engraved Essays, Proofs, Stamps and Covers - Part IV London 12021

13 January The Mizuhara Collection of Korean Stamps Hong Kong 13008

13 January Fine Stamps and Covers of China and Hong Kong Hong Kong 13009

23 January The “Lionheart” Collection of Great Britain and British Empire Specimen Stamps London 13010

24 January The Collector’s Series Sale London 13011

COINS

4/5 December Ancient, British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals London 12027

12 January Banknotes, Bonds & Share Certificates and Fine Coins of China and Hong Kong Hong Kong 13005

15/16 January The Collector’s Series Sale New York 316

27 March Ancient, British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals London 13012

27 June Ancient, British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals London 13013

22 August Tibetan Coins from the Nick Rhodes Collection Hong Kong 13020

24 September North East Indian Coins from the Nick Rhodes Collection London 13019

13 December World Banknotes London 12024

14 December The David Kirch Collection of English Provincial Banknotes - Part II London 12050

12 January Banknotes, Bonds & Share Certificates and Fine Coins of China and Hong Kong Hong Kong 13005

15/16 January The Collector’s Series Sale New York 316

9/10/11 April World Banknotes London 13004

1/2 October World Banknotes London 13018

MEDALS

22 November Orders, Decorations, Campaign Medals & Militaria London 12004

25 April Orders, Decorations, Campaign Medals & Militaria London 13001

25 July Orders, Decorations, Campaign Medals & Militaria London 13002

21 November Orders, Decorations, Campaign Medals & Militaria London 13003

BONDS AND SHARES

29 November Bonds and Share Certificates of the World London 12011

12 January Banknotes, Bonds & Share Certificates and Fine Coins of China and Hong Kong Hong Kong 13005

15/16 January The Collector’s Series Sale New York 316

17 May Bonds and Share Certificates of the World London 13016

28 November Bonds and Share Certificates of the World London 13017

AUTOGRAPHS

15/16 January The Collector’s Series Sale New York 316

WINES

13 January An Evening of Exceptional Wines Hong Kong SFW02

The above sale dates are subject to change

Spink offers the following services:

– VALUATIONS FOR INSURANCE AND PROBATE FOR INDIVIDUAL ITEMS OR WHOLE COLLECTIONS –

– SALES ON A COMMISSION BASIS EITHER OF INDIVIDUAL PIECES OR WHOLE COLLECTIONS –


£25

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