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Cheque for 15 pounds sterling, signed by Charles Baudinet in favour of Thomas W. Smith; Commercial Bank, Hobart Town, 28 December 1868 [manuscript]
Bib ID 2897316
Format ManuscriptManuscript, OnlineOnline
Author
Baudinet, Charles C
 
Online Versions
Access Conditions Available for research. Not for loan. 
Description [1868] 
1 leaf : 195 x 82 mm. 
Summary

Cheque for £15 sterling signed by Charles C[haulk] Baudinet in favour of Thomas W. Smith; Commercial Bank, Hobart Town 28 December 1868. One penny Van Diemens Land stamp, affixed to cheque; cheque endorsed by T. W. Smith. Commercial Bank of Tasmania (was extant) 1829-1921.

Notes

Manuscript reference: MS 6060.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-256834640

Subjects Baudinet, Charles C.  |  Smith, Thomas W.  |  Commercial Bank (Tas.)  |  Checks -- Tasmania.
Time Coverage 1868 

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