New Stock March 2021 (Banknotes)

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Picture of £10 (Bowie) Brixton Pounds

£10 (Bowie) Brixton Pounds

Brixton, in London, has long issued its own currency in an attempt to encourage trade in the borough. These notes which honour local residents and celebrities have been very popular with locals and have denominations up to £20. This £10 note honours David Bowie, an extraordinary musician, and artist who died in 2016. He grew up in Brixton. If you go there today you will find an impromptu shrine to David Bowie in his iconic incarnation as Ziggy Stardust, the image which is portrayed on this £10 note. Crisp Uncirculated.
£26.50
Picture of 50 Notes 50 Countries (CF)

50 Notes 50 Countries (CF)

Recently an old dealer friend got in touch. He has been in semi-retirement for several years but the pandemic meant he had time on his hands and, as he put it, he started sorting old stock he had forgotten about. Amongst other things, he offered us a brand new set of 50 Different Uncirculated notes from 50 Different countries and it is fantastic! All are, of course, Uncirculated. We have to admit it would be very difficult for anyone else to put it together today without increasing the price significantly. A wonderful way to turbocharge your country collection.
£49.50
Picture of Angola 200 Kwanzas 2020 P-New Polymer

Angola 200 Kwanzas 2020 P-New Polymer

In 2020, Angola decided to commemorate the 45th Anniversary of its independence from Portugal by issuing a new series of notes, with most being printed on polymer. We offer Uncirculated examples of the polymer 200. It features a portrait of Dr Antonio Agostinho Neto who was the country’s first President after independence. The backs feature natural wonders of the nation with a view of the Black Rocks at Pungo Andongo in Malanje on the 200 Kwanzas.
£7.50
Picture of Angola 500 Kwanzas 2020 P-New Polymer Unc

Angola 500 Kwanzas 2020 P-New Polymer Unc

In 2020, Angola decided to commemorate the 45th Anniversary of its independence from Portugal by issuing a new series of notes, with most being printed on polymer. Here we offer Uncirculated examples of the polymer 500 kwanzas. It features a portrait of Dr Antonio Agostinho Neto who was the country’s first President after independence. The back feature a view of The Tendavola Gap in Huila Province.
£17.50