Tibet coin dating
This bank failed in 1900 and creditors got just 12s 7½d (63p) in the pound although the note holders were paid out in full – hence fully issued notes are rare today.
The final note issuing bank to be established on the Isle of Man was the Isle of Man Joint Stock Banking Company Limited, in November 1865.
The ensuing chapter covers firstly the various private banks licensed to issue notes under the 1817 Act.
Once again many previously unknown notes have been found and illustrated.
More than a price guide, its 296 5.75 x 9 inch pages contain a wealth of information on what to look for, as well as the mistakes to avoid.
We hope that the Register of Banknotes of CIS and Baltic Countries will encourage you as well to study actively the currency circulation in the post-Soviet countries.
Error notes continue to carve an ever larger niche in paper money collecting.
This edition of the definitive reference allows advanced collectors to recognize the value in their holdings and still permits members of the general public to identify potentially profitable notes encountered in circulation.
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New edition of comprehensive catalog and price guide makes first appearance since 2008 After a lapse of seven years, a new, fourth edition of United States Paper Money Errors, Fred Bart's ground-breaking book is now available.
1991-2016, General Issues Second edition (English)Author: Dmitry Zagorenko (IBNS #11608, General Secretary of the Russian Chapter of IBNS). Hard cover with pressed gilding and book jacket band.344 full-color pages (paper 115 g/m2).16 Chapters (Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Lithuania, Moldova, Transnistria, Latvia, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Armenia, Turkmenistan, Estonia). The Banknote Register provides the most detailed information on all emissions of paper money in post-Soviet countries from 1991 to present.