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Money You Can Bank On

    A collection of old banknotes are worth big bucks in the Charterhouse collector’s auction on 13th & 14th December. “The client bought the banknotes in the late 1970’s and put them away for nearly 30 years. He is now having a sort out in his house before he moves to Worcestershire where his family lives, and took advantage of the free specialist valuation days we hold here every week. ” Commented Richard Bromell. “The market for coins, medals, stamps and banknotes is very strong at present. As a result, we have achieved some very high prices in our specialist collector’s auctions and when these banknotes go under the hammer they have the added bonus of being sold live on the internet. “The most valuable notes from this collection are two white £100 Bank of England banknotes. With consecutive numbers, being in an extremely fine condition and dating to 1935, they are estimated to sell for £1,000-2,000.Charterhouse is now accepting further entries for their busy programme of auctions including coins, medals, stamps, model toys and collectors items in December followed by an auction of pictures, prints and books in January.To arrange a free home visit or for more information regarding these auctions please contact Richard Bromell, Director at Charterhouse, The Long Street Salerooms, Sherborne 01935 812277 or via email on enquiry@charterhouse-auction.comPut Your Money Where Your Mouth Is €“ one of the two £100 banknotes being sold by Charterhouse in their December Collectors auction £1,000-2,000Quick Links For further information regarding this article, please contact Richard Bromell, Director