As you know, there have been no official banknote issues for Wales. In the 1960’s Richard Williams challenged the Treasury in London by issuing notes in the name of the Prif Trysofa Cymru Limited.
It took London some time before they realised what he was doing because the bank titles written in Welsh translated as the Chief Treasury of Wales! Once they found out, Williams was ordered to stop and cancel any notes he had already produced forthwith.
The notes were printed in sheets of 4 which were then cut up. We rarely see these uncut sheets so we are delighted to be able to offer them.
One is a sheet of the 5 Swllt (shilling) issue with a vignette of the Menai Straits Bridge linking Bangor with Anglesey (see BPB9912). The other sheet, offered here, has the four denominations of the Castle Series from 10/- to the £10 issued in 1971 with an overstamp stating that Stamp Duty had been abolished.
These sheets are a real talking point and they usually sell for £120 each but while stocks last we are offering them to our customers at a special price.