Approximately 160 attractively printed nineteenth century South Australian promissory notes, with relevant particulars completed in ink, are offered as a collection. They are drawn mainly on Adelaide banks and business houses in the 1860s and 1870s, with payees generally in the Clare region (including Clare, Mintaro, Spalding, Yatina, Watervale, Auburn, Rhynie, Broughton, and Bungaree). Promissory Notes.
Approximately 160 attractively printed nineteenth century South Australian promissory notes, with relevant particulars completed in ink, are offered as a collection. They are drawn mainly on Adelaide banks and business houses in the 1860s and 1870s, with payees generally in the Clare region (including Clare, Mintaro, Spalding, Yatina, Watervale, Auburn, Rhynie, Broughton, and Bungaree)
Approximately 160 attractively printed nineteenth century South Australian promissory notes, with relevant particulars completed in ink, are offered as a collection. They are drawn mainly on Adelaide banks and business houses in the 1860s and 1870s, with payees generally in the Clare region (including Clare, Mintaro, Spalding, Yatina, Watervale, Auburn, Rhynie, Broughton, and Bungaree)
Approximately 160 attractively printed nineteenth century South Australian promissory notes, with relevant particulars completed in ink, are offered as a collection. They are drawn mainly on Adelaide banks and business houses in the 1860s and 1870s, with payees generally in the Clare region (including Clare, Mintaro, Spalding, Yatina, Watervale, Auburn, Rhynie, Broughton, and Bungaree)
Approximately 160 attractively printed nineteenth century South Australian promissory notes, with relevant particulars completed in ink, are offered as a collection. They are drawn mainly on Adelaide banks and business houses in the 1860s and 1870s, with payees generally in the Clare region (including Clare, Mintaro, Spalding, Yatina, Watervale, Auburn, Rhynie, Broughton, and Bungaree)
Approximately 160 attractively printed nineteenth century South Australian promissory notes, with relevant particulars completed in ink, are offered as a collection. They are drawn mainly on Adelaide banks and business houses in the 1860s and 1870s, with payees generally in the Clare region (including Clare, Mintaro, Spalding, Yatina, Watervale, Auburn, Rhynie, Broughton, and Bungaree)
Approximately 160 attractively printed nineteenth century South Australian promissory notes, with relevant particulars completed in ink, are offered as a collection. They are drawn mainly on Adelaide banks and business houses in the 1860s and 1870s, with payees generally in the Clare region (including Clare, Mintaro, Spalding, Yatina, Watervale, Auburn, Rhynie, Broughton, and Bungaree)

Approximately 160 attractively printed nineteenth century South Australian promissory notes, with relevant particulars completed in ink, are offered as a collection. They are drawn mainly on Adelaide banks and business houses in the 1860s and 1870s, with payees generally in the Clare region (including Clare, Mintaro, Spalding, Yatina, Watervale, Auburn, Rhynie, Broughton, and Bungaree)

All are bank-stamped. Recognisable payees' signatures (written on both sides of the notes) include Benno Seppelt, Albion Tolley, George Wood, and Philip Santo. Local well-known businesses represented include Simpson, James Martin, Faulding, Wills, William Morgan, Fowler, Harris Scarfe and Duncan Fraser. Offered together with 50 or more similar but lesser items from (mainly) the 1910s.

Item #17344

Price: $4,500.00

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