Much more information is needed - first, what denomination? Is there a letter after the date? What is the color of the bill's seal - green, blue, red. brown? What condition is it in - worn, or crisp and unfolded?
The current highest value UK bank note is the £50 (fifty pound) note.
a 1908, 100 face value reich bank note is currently worth $1.2 million us
Prior to 1935 when all banknotes were issued by the Bank of Canada, there were several banknote issuers in Canada. Many of the notes prior to 1935 are quite rare. A $2 Dominion of Canada note dated 1923 would be worth about $2500+ in mint condition. More detail of the note, including bank and place of issue and the quality would be needed for an accurate valuation.
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You have not provided a serial number or a place of issue, but you potentially have a note of value.
1000 dollars.. the chance are high that you bank note is a fake one also
50 Canadian dollars. . .
The Bank of England One Pound note was demonetised in 1988.
Depending on condition, anywhere from 50.00 to 400.00.
To get a valuation on a New Zealand bank note, you will need to provide the denomination of the note, the name of the Governor or the Chief Cashier of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand and the serial number.
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Uncirculated is $600. Very Good condition is $50.
If the note is in mint condition as an error note - value would be around £80 - £120. Answered by Pam West (Bank Note Dealer)
There are many variables that can place a value on this note. First would be the condition of the note. Second would be the rarity of the state and city. The value could be anywhere from $10 to many thousands of dollars.
Please check your note. It is extremely unlikely that a British 1642 Pound note was ever issued, the Bank of England did not commence until 1694. It is possible that the note is a private issue from a bank or perhaps even a Promissory Note.
Known as a shinplaster, the value of the note will depend on many varibles. Some shinplaster's have been known to be of considerable value while others have very little value.
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