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Croatia Colour Trial Collection

It’s not often you get the chance to include colour trials in your banknote collection. This is because they are rarely available to the collector market. They tend to remain with the printers or are destroyed. These colour trials from Croatia, I think you will agree are pretty exotic What are colour trials? Well, as their name implies they are trial printings of banknotes done on paper or in colours that are not adopted for the final issued printing. The trials we have on offer were prepared for Croatian banknotes issued in 1993. They are printed on one side only showing either the front or the back. Many of the trials for the reverse show an incomplete printing stage. Our collection contains 10 different pieces including the fronts and backs of the 200, 500 and 1000 kuna which in issued form are very expensive. Also included are the fronts and backs of the 5 and 20 kuna. Illustrations include prominent citizens from the past and important buildings. This fabulous Croatian Colour Trial Collection comprising 10 pieces, a real talking point.
£19.50

Ireland Central B Lady Lavery £1 1976 Unc

1 Pound featuring a portrait of Lady Lavery as the Irish Colleen on the front and a River God Mask on the back. This design was first introduced when the Republic issued its first currency in 1928. Our notes date 1976 which is the last date of issue for the Lady Lavery £1 (P64c).
£30.00

Ireland 1 Punt P70 Queen Medb Unc

1 Punt which features a portrait of Queen Medb, the Celtic Warrior Queen on the front. The back has Gaelic script.
£14.50

North Macedonia 10-100 Denars (3) Unc P14-16

Greece has finally come to an agreement on the name the former Yugoslavia Republic of Macedonia will adopt in the future. The new name will be Northern Macedonia. We offer a trio of notes from Northern Macedonia which includes two new polymer notes. The set comprises the polymer 10 and 50 denars (reduced in size from the paper issues they replaced) and the paper 100 denar. Illustrations included a peacock mosaic, an angel, a decorated ceiling decoration, an ancient coin, a marble statue and a view of the city through a frame. Charming North Macedonia with two of its first polymer issues Uncirculated.
£8.25

Greece 1000 Drachma 1942 P118 AU/Unc

Greece 1000 drachma 1942 P118 Slub olive and grey Young girl at centre/ Lion statue. Gef Unc
£5.50

Russia Alexander III 25 roubles 1909 P12 VG

Issued in 1909, just 8 years before the Russian Revolution, these 25 roubles feature an impressive portrait of Alexander III on the back (P12) He was Tsar of Russia from 1881 until 1894. He became Tsar after the assassination of his father Alexander II. The front has a fairly simple design with Imperial crowned double headed eagle on the front and sunburst underprint design. Alexander’s stern portrait is on the back.
£4.50