S Africa Barry & Nephews £5 Swellendam 185- Slight Staining GEF/Unc

Save £10 on these £5 notes for issue by Barry & Nephews, a company which traded in South Africa in the 1850s. Payable in Cape Town and London they are beautifully printed in black on white with a vignette of an ox wagon, this means the company used to transport its goods into the interior. They are in GEF/Uncirculated but because of the way they were stored in the intervening years, there is some minor staining at the bottom. Usually £45, now only £35 each!
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SKU: WSO1897X
£35.00
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