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Album of paper currency items, circa 1810-1930 [manuscript]
Bib ID 2834331
Format ManuscriptManuscript, OnlineOnline
Author
Marks, Percy J. (Percy Joseph)
 
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Access Conditions Available for research. Not for loan. 
Description [ca. 1810-1930] 
0.07 m. (30 items in 1 security binder) 
Summary

19th century paper currency items including Sydney and Van Diemen’s Land (Tasmanian) merchants' promissory notes, currency from Levuka and Noumea and Bank of Australasia bills. Also included is correspondence from merchants W S Weigh and A Scott and the text of a paper ‘Notes on early Fijian paper currency’ delivered to the Australian Numismatic Society by P.J. Marks (193-)(1 security binder).

Notes

Manuscript reference: MS 3622.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-286511151

Source of Acquisition Sir John Ferguson Collection. 
Subjects W. S. Weigh & Son -- Records and correspondence.  |  Paper money -- Australia -- History.  |  Promissory notes -- Australia.  |  Paper money -- Tasmania.  |  Paper money -- Fiji -- Levuka.  |  Paper money -- New Caledonia -- Noumea.
Time Coverage 1810-1930 
Other authors/contributors W. S. Weigh & Son

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