Aust. Banknotes - Private Bank Issues
BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Views of Premises, hardbound, printed by John Sands Limited, Sydney, c1908, with a short sketch of the progress of the bank from its commencement in 1817 through to 1907, mostly a photographic record which includes photographs of premises past and present occupied by branches, plates of proclamation coins and other early Australian coins and tokens, and 15 pages of plates featuring facsimiles of note forms and stock certificates from 1817-1850, approx 500pps. Generally fine with wear to corners of hardbound cover, ink signed 'J.S.Campbell, 1908' on bookplate, with pencil notations on back page.
An interesting accompaniment to the previous lot, this book shows a facsimile of the earliest note held by the Bank of New South Wales, that being dated 1819.
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