Circa 1900, Bank of Victoria Ltd Five Pounds


Circa 1900, Bank of Victoria Ltd Five Pounds Specimen
Circa 1900, Bank of Victoria Ltd Five Pounds
NOTE
Circa 1900, Bank of Victoria Ltd Five Pounds
QUALITY
Uncirculated
PROVENANCE
Archives of note printers Bradbury Wilkinson
PRICE
$ 7,950
COMMENTS
The Bank of Victoria was founded by Dr Thomas Black, a physician from the Richmond area of Melbourne. The bank was registered in Victoria in 1852 and commenced operations in January 1853 as the Bank of Victoria Limited. By 1887 the bank had 65 branches, all in Victoria. The Bank of Victoria amalgamated with the Commercial Banking Company of Sydney Limited in 1927 and eventually became part of the National Bank of Australia in 1981. Archived for more than a century by London engravers and printers Bradbury & Wilkinson, this high denomination colonial note retains its original characteristics and colour unaffected by the passing of time.
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July 2017
Circa 1900, Bank of Victoria Ltd Five Pounds Specimen
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