Union Bank Bath £1 17- Unissued (Outing 93b) AU/Unc

These £1 notes were for issue by the Union Bank in Bath in the late 18th century. (Outing 93b) They are quite large and simply printed on one side only in black on white. The vignette is made up of the entwined initials of the partners Richard Thomas Crowe, William Foden Holt and Ludlow Holt and Co. It’s not often we get the chance to offer a note intended for issue in the 18th century. Crisp GEF
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£100.00
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