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Early Tasmanian promissory notes, 1823-1824 [manuscript]
Bib ID 1184269
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Description [1823-1824] 
9 items on 1 page (framed) 
Full contents Values are: 5 1/- notes, 2 6d notes, 1 10/- note, 1 2 Spanish dollar note. 
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Manuscript reference no.: MS 1713.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-275902724

Source of Acquisition Sir John Ferguson Collection. 
Subjects Ferguson, John Alexander, 1881-1969 -- Numismatic collections.  |  Promissory notes -- Australia -- Specimens.  |  Paper money -- Australia.  |  Loans -- Australia.  |  Merchants -- Tasmania.
Time Coverage 1823-1824 

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