Black Sheep Bank 1 Punt Caernarvon Castle Cancelled To Order

Issued in 1969 by banker Richard Williams for his Black Sheep Bank these 1 punt (or £1) notes have a red Welsh Dragon atop an abacus to the right on the front. A colour rendition of Caernarvon Castle appears on the back. Once the Treasury in London got wind of his activities Williams was forced to cancel his notes which is why a Cancelled to Order overprint appears to the right on the front. Uncirculated K and at a very special price this issue of just £19.50
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